Here's the situation: It's summer. It's scorchingly hot outside, the sun is beating down, the A/C seems to be broken, and you just can't stop sweating. On top of all this, you still haven't had your morning cup of coffee yet! What do you do?? Well, if I were you, I'd whip up some of these delicious mocha caramel coffee popsicles (say that five times fast) to prepare yourself for any worst case scenario!
These glasses might look like glasses of milk, but they're really night lights. To turn them off, simply turn them upside down or place them on their sides. The acrylic glasses are 5.5" x 3.45" and take 3 "AAA batteries. You can find them at Amazon for about 12 bucks each.
Admit it: you're surprised there's at least ONE use for powdered milk. So you, like everyone else, can appreciate that there are, like, a whole heap of 'em. Here's a great list assembled by Wisebread. Now, all you have to do it figure out where they keep it in the supermarket... (baking aisle?)
Cream (Or Something Like It)
Instant Hot Chocolate
Curds, or Cottage Cheese, or Ricotta
In The Kitchen
The Long Life Light by Anatomic Factory ($45) is a table lamp that just happens to look like a milk carton. Is it a real milk carton? It doesn’t appear so, but this makes me wonder if you could convert a milk carton into a lamp. Of course, if it's too opaque, you could always use a milk jug.
Shelterrific highlights Alexander Reh's Milk jug chandelier, made with 14 used one gallon milk jugs, a hula hoop, and a string of 5-watt holiday lights. Though Alexander doesn't provide a step-by-step how-to, he does share a materials list and this revealing photo, which details its construction process.