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    • Diane Friel

      DIY Soap Pouch is a money saver!! No more pricey body washes and loofahs! #DIY #home Good idea for camping!

    • Bren @

      DIY: Soap Pouch. Better than loufas and would be cheaper and more eco-friendly than using the liquid body wash all the time. - Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas #DIY Easy DIY Ideas, Craft Ideas

    • Be Beautiful by Deby

      DIY: Soap Pouch: Better than loufas...this might be genius! These would be great for camp for the kids.

    • Kristina Dock

      DIY: Soap Pouch: I would make a couple of them and throw them in the laundry. Would be great for camp!

    • Mindy Fowler

      DIY: Soap Pouch. Better than loufas and would be cheaper and more eco-friendly than using the liquid body wash all the time. Great for camping!

    • Lauren Kollmar

      DIY: Soap Pouch. Better than loufas. These would be great stocking stuffers or in gift baskets. Or for camping because my bebe loves his Lever 2000.

    • Blue Rainbow

      DIY: Soap Pouch. Better than loufas #diy #crafts

    • Sharla Elton

      DIY: Soap Pouch - camping craft idea!

    • Heather Howard

      SoapPouch idea

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