You may remember me telling you that my daughter is a beach baby, she loves everything to do with the Ocean. Her room is ocean themed and she is pretty convinced she will be a Marine Biologist (whilst waiting for … Read More ...
Consdering this was her first time making soap she did a fantastic job! I love the purple in these soaps they look really cute. They have been made using Melt and Pour soaps which means they are quick to make. … Read More ...
What you need
1 1/4 cups of Baking soda or Bicarbonate of Soda
1/2 cup of Citric acid
2 tsp of Almond Oil or Apricot kernel oil
1/2 tbs of Water
1/8 cup of Milk powder
1/4 tsp of Cinnamon, … Read More ...
Turpentine Soap For Working Hands
What you need
1 cup of Borax
1 cup of Melt and Pour Soap Base
2 tsp Turpentine
1 tsp of Orange essential oil
You can melt the base soap in a double boiler or … Read More ...
1/2 cup of shea butter
Essential oils of choice (optional)
Ice cube tray or suitable mold
Start by melting down your Shea Butter. I used the microwave at 30 second intervals for my butter. Next stir in 10-15 drops … Read More ...
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Not all of our DIY endeavors are ideal for the more masculine folks in our lives, which can make Father’s Day a bit tricky for those of us who are inclined to handcraft gifts for every holiday.
Enter Anne-Marie Faiola … Read More ...
225g or 9 ounces of Coconut Cream
4.5 g (2 tsp) of powdered benzoin (or other preservative)
340g/12 ounces of Melt and Pour Soap
You can melt the base soap in a double boiler or the microwave. Meantime prepare your … Read More ...
Lime Loofah Soap Recipe
3 oz opaque Melt and Pour soap base
1 Sliced Loofah
15 drops of lime essential oil
1 Tbs Aloe Vera gel
You can melt the base soap in a double … Read More ...
Usually you learn by trial and error when it comes to knowing how much stock to take to a fair. This article shares some interesting insights so that you can work on an averaged out algorithm. They highlight 4 different … Read More ...
Making your own toothpaste seems rather frugal but most people who make their own products are doing it for totally different reasons. Sometimes DIY is more expensive than store bought, it’s usually about chemicals and additives. Do you know what … Read More ...
We do not have any Furbabies at the moment but I can appreciate that these animals are worth their weight in love and affection.
So why do we put chemicals on their skin when we wouldn’t put it on ours?… Read More ...
This soap is perfectly layered and even the creator thought it was lucky as she named it Lucky 13. Sometimes with soap it is more about luck and patience than anything else. You can try your luck out too with … Read More ...