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Replenish dry skin with this lovely homemade Lavender Hand Cream (The Happy Housewife)

lavender & soap...The absolute BEST Lavender and Olive Oil soap is from Alziari's in Nice, France. My luggage smells like it as I always bring back as much as I can!

Homemade Lavender Mint Foot Scrub - Combine 1/2 cup of sea salt, 6 fresh mint leaves, and 2 tsp of dried lavender buds into your blender. Pulse the blender until all ingredients are ground. Empty contents into your jar, and add 1/2 cup of olive oil, 1/8 cup of jojoba oil, and 1-5 drops of lavender essential oils. Mix together until you have an even consistency throughout. Use about a quarter-sized amount onto each foot. Massage, rinse, and dry. Then you're all set!

soap lessons learned from a very cool blog "bloom bake & create" lots of good stuff here

DIY Baby Uggs! So Cute for a gift! @Rachel Edwards, I think Parker needs a pair of these to keep her piggies warm this winter

Martha Stewart's recipe for homemade chalk board paint. Wow. And in any color. Was looking for this!

Natural Bug Spray. Here’s what you’ll need: essential oils (citronella and lemongrass are musts, I also like lavender or you could use tea tree oil or geranium oil for tick protection), 14 oz. bottle of witch hazel (available in grocery stores & pharmacies usually close to the rubbing alcohol), a spray bottle (or two–one for home and one for the diaper bag/car), a jar for mixing, and a funnel.

Make your own soap using natural oils and coconut milk. I should probably get Lori to teach me before she moves away!

Fend off moths with lavender instead of mothballs. Much prettier smelling. I love lavender! Via Lifehacker.

I made this in a pinch after we ran out of glue in the middle of homework, and I'm excited to report that it works as well, if not better, than Elmer's!!