The Drink Tub
I love the drink tub. You know the one. You can get them everywhere. Target has their drink tubs from $8-$25. They are super handy.
They have many uses.
· Put your drinks in them for a party and ice them down. Handy & cute. Even toddlers can get a drink out of these.
· Put snack bags for sporting events, when you are then snack parent at the next soccer/football/whatever game.
· Use for bobbing for apples at your next Halloween bash.
· Put all your picnic supplies in them for a trip out to the park.
· Put all your supplies for your next meeting and use as a tote for carrying.
· At your next kids party put all your goodie bags in it and bring out at the end of the party. Keeps goodies bags from tipping over.
· Turn upside down and cover with table cloth to use as a lift to set your food trays on different levels at the buffet of your next dinner party.
· Throw all the toys in, when your unexpected company arrives and shove it in the closet.
· Drill a couple of holes in the bottom of your METAL drink tub. Fill with fire resistant glass rocks and then put a two gel fuel canisters in the drink tub. Set it outside for your very own small fire pit. Make sure the gel fuel canisters do not touch the side of the METAL drink tub. (do not use a plastic drink tub, or it will melt). And be careful and put it in a safe place, outdoors and away from children and pets!!!
· Drill a couple of holes in the bottom of your drink tub for drainage and use as a planter.
OK. So, there are just a few ideas. Now, go out and enjoy your drink tub!!!
Thank you so much to the DownhillRun guest contributor today – the author Cherie Bright from Another Day, Another Story. Would you like to submit a Marvelous Tips Mondays post and highlight your site here? Please email me at DownhillRun at yahoo dot com.
Here’s more information about Cherie:
Cherie Bright is a stay-at-home mom, who refers to career as a holly homemaker/ mommy extraordinaire. She is the author of the blog and the book titled “Another Day, Another Story.” She is a graduate from the University of Arkansas with a degree in Computer Science and Communications, both of which she uses daily trying to outwit her children. Bright moved to The Woodlands, Texas in 2004 from El Dorado, Arkansas. She is the mother of two children and wife to one understanding husband. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering, camping, and sitting around the campfire exchanging stories. “Another Day, Another Story,” is available at bookstores nationwide or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com. A download version is available direct from the publisher at lulu.com.