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Awesome stocking stuffers: Poly-fleece filled with rice. Just pop these little cuties in the microwave for 30 seconds and then slip them into coat pockets to keep hands warm for up to an hour.

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How To Make Pulp Ala Miranda Rook

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skin nourishing herbal salve - awesome site

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citrus salt scrub

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sugar and salt scrubs

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Homemade Lemon Essential Oil

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Homemade lemon sugar scrub...

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Candy cane sugar scrub

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Mod Podge. Make it yourself.

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homemade glue - non-toxic

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1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint"...Who knew!? SO glad I don't drink MD.

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Cloud Dough (the stuff at hands on museums) 8 cups flour & 1 cup baby oil. It feels like flour as you run your fingers through it, but it's moldable. A wonderful sensory activity for children.

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Homemade Glow in the Dark Play Dough by sunhatsandwellieboots #Glow_in_the_Dark_Play_Dough #Play_Dough #Kids #sunhatsandwellieboots

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Salt dough - 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint.

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Organic Strawberry Face Scrub vegan facial by herbolution on Etsy,

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DIY Beauty: Make Your Own Lip Balm

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How to make paper clay (with tp)...project ideas galore!

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candy cane sugar scrub great Christmas gifts!

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Old fashion soap making using the crockpot. I hope they have crock pots on sale for black friday!!

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How to make your own air dried porcelain with common household ingredients!

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Make your own Moon Sand using: 4 cups sand 2 cups cornflour 1 cup of water

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Making Your Paper Mache Clay Ingredients: 1 roll of toilet paper 3/4 cup of white glue (Elmer’s glue-All) 1 cup of joint compound 1/2 cup white flour 2 tablespoons linseed oil Tools: You’ll also need a large bowl, (use one with high sides so you don’t splatter clay on your cupboards), an electric mixer, a measuring cup and a tablespoon measure. To keep t he finished clay from drying out, you’ll need an air-tight container. The recipe makes approximately 1 quart of paper mache clay. Note about Toilet Paper: Unfortunately, the people who make toilet paper don’t expect us to turn their product into great works of art, so they see no reason to include the kind of information that would make things a lot easier for us. I use a brand called “Angel Soft,” in the “regular” 2-ply rolls. I buy it at my local Wal-Mart. Each roll contains approximately 1 1/4 cup of paper, which I measured by wetting the paper, squeezing out the water, and then firmly squishing it into a measuring cup. Since brands differ so much, the first time you make this recipe you should take a few minutes to find out how much paper is in the first roll. Then adjust the recipe if your brand don’t contain about 1 1/4 cup of paper. Fortunately, this is not a chemistry experiment or rocket science–if your mixture contains a little more paper than mine, or a little less, your sculptures will still be stunning. Step 1. Fill a high-sided bowl with warm water. Remove the toilet paper from the roll and throw it into the water. Push down on the paper to make sure all of it gets wet. Step 2. Then pick up the paper and squeeze out as much water as you can. Pour the water out of the bowl and put your paper mass back in. Step 3. You will want to break the paper into chunks about 1″ across. This will allow your mixer to move around the pieces and break them apart. Step 4. Add all the ingredients to the bowl and mix, using an electric mixer. The mixer will pull the fibers of the toilet paper apart and turn it into pulp. Continue to mix for at least 3 minutes to make sure all the paper has been mixed in with the other ingredients. If you still see some lumps, use a fork or your fingers (with the mixer turned off!) to break them apart, and then mix some more. Your paper mache clay is now ready to use. It will look a bit like cookie dough—but don’t eat it! If you don’t plan to use your clay right away, place it in an airtight container to keep it from drying out. The clay should stay usable for 5 days or more, if you keep it covered. The recipe makes about 1 quart.

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