craftjunkie:

Soaps {How to}

Honey Walnut: offbeatandinspired

Chocolate Hazelnut: offbeatandinspired

Peppermint Mocha: offbeatandinspired

Cafe Soap: offbeatandinspired

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scissorsandthread:

Free Download: Quote Poster | Ellinee
What a beautiful quote - I will be printing this and hanging it somewhere I will see it everyday. A reminder to stop putting off all the things we say we will do in the future… when we have time, money, energy… and doing them now!

scissorsandthread:

Free Download: Quote Poster | Ellinee

What a beautiful quote - I will be printing this and hanging it somewhere I will see it everyday. A reminder to stop putting off all the things we say we will do in the future… when we have time, money, energy… and doing them now!


truebluemeandyou:

DIY Galaxy Fabric Tutorial from Tally’s Treasury here. This is the best tutorial I’ve seen for making galaxy fabric (and I know I’ve said this before). It may not have the fanciest photos, but the tips and all the techniques make it a must read for me for creating galaxy fabric. Bleach, paint, tooth brushes, sponge brushes, and spray paint are used.


truebluemeandyou:

DIY Easy Ribbon, Suede or Yarn Wrapped Bangles from Studs and Pearls here. Love this idea because I have at least a dozen of these cheap, fake silver bangles that are not in good condition and this would be a great way to reuse them.


truebluemeandyou:

DIY Masquerade Mask Tutorial and Template from Sprinkles in Springs here. I seriously cannot believe I did not see this last Halloween (because I have a ton of great posts from then). This is made from tulle and puffy paint and is so easy and such a clever idea! *For more mask ideas like cat woman (a roundup - not kidding), steampunk, Dollar Store Deatheater, and two lace masks go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/masks

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Masquerade Mask Tutorial and Template from Sprinkles in Springs here. I seriously cannot believe I did not see this last Halloween (because I have a ton of great posts from then). This is made from tulle and puffy paint and is so easy and such a clever idea! *For more mask ideas like cat woman (a roundup - not kidding), steampunk, Dollar Store Deatheater, and two lace masks go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/masks


craftjunkie:

Wooden Cake Stand {How to}
Found at: tikkido

craftjunkie:

Wooden Cake Stand {How to}

Found at: tikkido

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Woven Jersey Sweatshirt. So much easier than it looks. Tutorial from The Forge here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Woven Jersey Sweatshirt. So much easier than it looks. Tutorial from The Forge here.

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Solar Power Origami Paper Lamps Tutorial. Powered by solar powered lawn lights (cheap when bought in sets) and covered with an origami box. Very cool looking. Tutorial from The Flourishing Abode here.

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scissorsandthread:

Homemade Herbal Bath Salts | Henry Happened
Unfortunately, I don’t have a bath in my house. Bummer. But my mum and dad have a hugebath at home and so I like to buy/make things to use when I go back for visits. Bath salts are great because they are cheap to make in bulk so you don’t feel guilty for throwing big handfuls in! You can get Epsom, kosher and sea salt at most health food stores and even sometimes at the supermarket (though it will probably be much more expensive). When adding your scents, be careful not to go too overboard as it can make your bath slippery. And if you’re going to add things like lavender, rose petals, etc. it may be wise to scoop them out before you let your bath out so you don’t clog your system! But back to the nice stuff. Lavender is great for calming, as is chamomile. There is a absolutely amazing chart here on different essential oils, their properties, whether they are uplifting, calming, etc, even the best oils to combine with others. Try making some extra jars for gifts and you’ll be popular forever!

scissorsandthread:

Homemade Herbal Bath Salts | Henry Happened

Unfortunately, I don’t have a bath in my house. Bummer. But my mum and dad have a hugebath at home and so I like to buy/make things to use when I go back for visits. Bath salts are great because they are cheap to make in bulk so you don’t feel guilty for throwing big handfuls in! You can get Epsom, kosher and sea salt at most health food stores and even sometimes at the supermarket (though it will probably be much more expensive). When adding your scents, be careful not to go too overboard as it can make your bath slippery. And if you’re going to add things like lavender, rose petals, etc. it may be wise to scoop them out before you let your bath out so you don’t clog your system! But back to the nice stuff. Lavender is great for calming, as is chamomile. There is a absolutely amazing chart here on different essential oils, their properties, whether they are uplifting, calming, etc, even the best oils to combine with others. Try making some extra jars for gifts and you’ll be popular forever!