Use Newspaper to:Stuff a balled-up piece of newspaper into a lunch box or thermos, seal it, and let sit overnight.
Wrap them individually and leave them out at room temperature.
Wrap frames and figurines with several pieces of newspaper, then crumple the remaining sections to fill extra space in the box.
Use newspaper with cleaning fluid to clean mirrors and windows.
Some older frames have finishes on the glass that can be damaged by cleaning solutions. Remove smudges by rubbing with newspaper dipped in a solution of one part white vinegar and one part warm water. Let air-dry.
Place crumpled paper in them overnight.
Use the comics to wrap a child’s birthday gift, or try the wedding announcements for an engagement gift.
During the winter, keep a pile of newspaper near the entryway. When your little snowmen and -women come home, they can toss their winter wear onto the newspaper instead of creating puddles on the floor.
In the fall, mow a patch of lawn to make room for a dedicated bed. Cover it with four layers of newspaper, then a four-inch layer of shredded leaves or bark mulch. Hose it down. Come spring, the compost blanket will have smothered the grass roots, and the bed will be primed for planting.
Line the bottom with newspaper.