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from The Pistachio Project

Make Your Own Liquid Soap

I already have a recipe for this in here that I've used, but I had to adjust it to just about exactly what Brittany did. Repinning the recipe of someone I trust!

from Apartment Therapy

First Look: Limited Edition Orla Kiely + Method Collection

First Look: Limited Edition Orla Kiely + Method Collection. Absolutely precious.

from Humblebee & Me

How to Make Basic Liquid Soap (The Easy Way

Make liquid soap in just one day, the easy way! It's not as hard as you think it is, and it's fast, easy, and fun.


Hand building pottery projects - Drape slab over bowl, let dry and decorate

from Clean Mama

Simplify the Season: Clean Your Oven

½ cup water enough baking soda to make a paste – about 1/4 to ½ cup 1 tablespoon castile soap or whatever dish soap you have on hand. Dip Sponge in the Paste and Spread All Over the Oven sit 15-30 min. wipe w/clean sponge rinse w/warm water. repeat til oven is completely clean via Clean Mama


Make felt balls the easy way--fill container with water and a drop of dish soap, pull wool apart, cover, roll around and shake until ball forms

from Etsy

Soap Gift Set - Soap & lip balm, gift bag, valentine gift, Mother's Day Gift, Hostess Gift, Holiday Gift, Teacher gift

Soap Gift Set - Woodland Sage Soap, Handknit cotton washcloth, all natural soap, holiday gift, teacher gift, stocking stuffer

from One Part Sunshine

Stopping Weeds Naturally in Existing Walkways and Borders

If your yard is anything like mine, right now it is teeming with abundant plant life – in other words, weeds. And if you are anything like me, words like herbicide or Roundup make you cringe. For years, I have used the fail-safe method of dealing with weeds – pulling by hand. But after about…

from Happy Home Fairy

FREE Printables for Back to School - Teacher Gift Ideas

Back to School Teacher Gift --- If I can Give you a Hand...Please Call --- LOVE IT!


how to clean and straighten die cutter plates. NO OVEN, just hot water. Good because oven releases smells so what chemicals are you releasing into your home? Don't know and don't want to risk it