To keep dust from settling on furniture, baseboards, lampshades, picture frames, etc I mix about a tablespoon of fabric softener with 2 quarts of water and dissolve it completely. Then I use a terry cloth rag and wring it out really well so it's damp. Then I wipe down anything with a hard surface including leather and wooden furniture. There's no film and the fabric softener repels dust. It's great for blinds and less costly than dryer sheets.
Let me start with the fact that I've seen this idea popping up all over Pinterest lately and it was one of those things I just had to try for myself. The fruit roll-up was something I always wanted to have in my own lunch growing up, because it seemed candy-like, and it probably was, because it wasn't ever in my lunch. Making an all fruit version yourself takes very little prep time, because all you need to do is puree fruit in a food processor or blender, but they take hours in the…
This is a one of a kind charming little hand-bound light blue leather book necklace. The 112 pages (counting both sides) are hand torn and sewed. It opens up nicely. It is lined with a decorative end sheet and held closed by its playful leather ties.
You and me are the disease and the germs are spreading
Use me like listerine, keeping your breath fresher
Feel the stroke of your paintbrush, my blank sheet of paper
I'm your book of the month, read the fine print later
-Book of the month -Lovage