She Places An Empty Toilet Paper Roll On An Electric Mixer. The End Result? I Canít Wait To Try This!

You may have never thought of using your mix master for crafting purposes, but this life hack shows you a really cool way of using one. She places an empty toilet paper roll on an electric mixer; the end result will leave you wanting to try it out yourself. Usually, a hand held mix master, egg beater or mixer would be used for baking recipes when you need to whip ingredients to a nice, light and frothy consistency. It comes in really handy when making whipped cream, meringues, and doughs like cookie doughs or cake batters. Of course, you can do all of these things by hand with a whisk or a spoon, but it does take a lot of extra time and effort, not to mention possibly a sore arm or wrist after too. The mixer was invented in 1856 by a tinner named Ralph Collier he patented it and then E.P. Griffith created the whisk a year later. Then, a hand cranked mixer was introduced by J.F. and E.P. Monroe, and it was Dover Stamping Company that began crafting the egg beater and selling it in the United States.

The motorized versions of this invention became available in 1885 by American Rufus Eastman, followed by Hobart KitchenAid and Sunbeam Mixmaster in 1910. The electric mixers didn't become too popular for household use until the 1920s though. But by the 1950s, it was customary for every kitchen to have one. There were even stand up mixers that became available making it easier to make doughs and batters. Now, we have so many options available when it comes to mixers. There are all different colours and styles sold by different companies. The Kitchen-aid stand up mixers come in pretty much any colour and they are a beautiful piece of equipment on any kitchen counter. But what will the diy ideas from All Tips Ideas have us do with our hand held mixer? Well, it turns out it's a great way to quickly wind yarn up on a spool. All you have to do is get an empty toilet paper roll and cut a little slit in it. You attach the yarn in this slit and then attach the toilet paper roll to one of the empty beaters. Then start your yarn going around the roll and increase the speed on the mixer. You'll see how quickly it rolls up yarn onto a spool, plus it leaves it looking really neat and tidy too.

Yarn can be pretty messy if it's not rolled up properly, which is why something like this will come in handy. If you just leave your yarn loose, it will get really tangled up with other yarn which will be hard to untangle. This way, all of your yarn is securely wrapped and ready to be used for all of your diy ideas. This is one way that we can make our lives easier using simple life hacks from websites like All Tips Ideas. If you love making things with yarn or you love knitting, there are so many great diy ideas for yarn. On All Tips Ideas, they have a diy idea that uses a bunch of yarn to make a long braided crown headpiece. You can also use yarn to make cute little winter hats for ornaments or for little dolls. There are also simple life hacks like how to make a cheese grater out of an old can, or how to unclog your toilet. The great thing is, they usually provide a video for all of the tutorials they feature making it easier than ever to follow the instructions.***

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