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Painted Soap Clouds

Remember when I recommended microwaving a half a bar of Ivory soap as a way to make the day magical a couple of months ago? We took it a step farther and had the most fun! We microwaved the soap ...
  • Cara Stockton

    painted soap clouds: microwaved Ivory soap + food coloring

  • Luna Lemke

    This just looks like #pet boy #pet girl #Cute pet|

  • joke Huurman

    Painted soap clouds (A Magical Childhood) n.b.: Ivory soap is gewoon witte toiletzeep, met lanoline,

  • Tara O'Dowd

    Microwave soap for 30 sec and add food coloring

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