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DIY

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Homemade Vanilla Extract - Mindlessly easy and so much cheaper & more flavorful than buying storebought vanilla! Makes great gifts!

Homemade Vanilla Extract - Averie Cooks

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DIY Lip Gloss

Easy Two-Ingredient DIY Lip Gloss - A Pumpkin And A Princess

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DIY Lip Gloss

DIY non-toxic lip gloss

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Pretty in pink homemade lip gloss from www.kulamama.com. Easy to make, non-toxic and mom (and kids) love it. Makes a perfect DIY gift.

homemade lip gloss

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Strawberry Basil Infused Vodka for cocktails, baking, and cooking from foodiewithfamily.com

Strawberry Basil Infused Vodka

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Beautiful DIY Ladder Shelf tutorial by Making it in the Mountains

Whimsy Wednesday

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DIY Dry Shampoo Spray

DIY Dry Shampoo Spray

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Am headin out behind my hubby's shop!

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DIY Window & Glass cleaner-just 4 ingredients to make your windows shine!

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How to remove wax from candle jars so you can reuse the jar.

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Easy DIY coffee creamer recipes!!! You'll never have to spend money on coffee creamers again.

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repurposed spice racks

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30 things to make out of wine corks

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How to ~~ turn cereal boxes into drawer organizers! ...I really gotta get some mod podge

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so cute tutu...need for the Color Run 2013!

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Mod Podge is $6 a bottle. Make it yourself for $0.33!

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Dishwasher detergent that works!

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15 diy lamp shades

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DIY tiki torch wine bottles that look pretty and keep the mosquitoes away.

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diy large canvas photos

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Trying this but with lemishine instead of the koolaid.

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Laundry detergent but in smaller batches.

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  • Mama RubiRose
    Mama RubiRose

    1 cup washing soda 1 cup borax 1 bar of soap If you mix it with 1 gallon of water and cook till dissolved, you'll make detergent pudding that only needs to have 1 more gallon of water added. I'm blogging about this tonight.

  • Karessa Silvers
    Karessa Silvers

    Yeah a lot of the sites I've seen kinda do the same thing but I don't have the large containers to cook and mix with. Gonna try the small batch first to see how it goes!

  • Karessa Silvers
    Karessa Silvers

    Found a dry version of your recipe and sounds like it will take up less space: 1 shredded bar of Fels-Naptha, 1 cup of Borax, and 1 cup of Washing soda. Mix with food processor. Use 1 Tablespoon per small load or 2 Tablespoon for a large load.

  • Mama RubiRose
    Mama RubiRose

    I used that recipe but it didn't last very long. I found one that just needed water and a little cooking. I didn't use the entire gallon of water to cook. I just filled up my largest pot. Whe it was done, I poured it into a giant laundry det bottle. I just pur the laundry pudding into a smaller container and add hot water and shake it to mix it up. Good luck!

for the laundry room

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Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

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