Blame it on another Vermont snowstorm, but it's time to try to create a DIY of an “As seen on TV" product.
Yes, you can make a shirt folding board for free using cardboard and duct tape. It’s an easy DIY project and it may even inspire you, or other members of your household, to fold laundry
Below is a helpful video, but if you prefer, these are good written directions (lots of pictures).
There are very quick ways to fold T shirts, that don’t require a device, so you may this find video useful.
And if you are a Marie Kondo fan, check out her basic clothes folding methods. Her approach may be the best for space saving and for easy access when stored.
Not interested in today’s activities, try the Take a Break Pinterest Board.