Pamela Wood
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Easy DIY Crackle Finish using.... Elmer's Glue! Another pinner said:  This has beaten out tons of products and given me the best crackle effect so far

Easy DIY Crackle Finish using.... Elmer's Glue! Another pinner said: This has beaten out tons of products and given me the best crackle effect so far

{father's day idea} She writes: the photo is surprisingly easy. you cut out the words normally (right-side up, etc.). the trick is in holding the signs. the girls stood in front of the sun and held the signs upside down & backwards...similar to how you'd feed your paper into the printer. (that part's easy enough to test.) *Very cool.

{father's day idea} She writes: the photo is surprisingly easy. you cut out the words normally (right-side up, etc.). the trick is in holding the signs. the girls stood in front of the sun and held the signs upside down & backwards...similar to how you'd feed your paper into the printer. (that part's easy enough to test.) *Very cool.

Soften and Get Rid of Tough Calluses: blend two tablespoons of baking soda in a basin of warm water and add a few drops of lavender oil. After a nice long soak, scrub them away using three parts baking soda, one part water, and one part brown sugar. Follow with an application of a rich moisturizer and a warm towel foot wrap. Let sit for 5-10 minutes....

Soften and Get Rid of Tough Calluses: blend two tablespoons of baking soda in a basin of warm water and add a few drops of lavender oil. After a nice long soak, scrub them away using three parts baking soda, one part water, and one part brown sugar. Follow with an application of a rich moisturizer and a warm towel foot wrap. Let sit for 5-10 minutes....

Baked Apple for camping! Halve an apple. Hollow out the core and fill with brown sugar and a pat of butter. Wrap in tin foil and place in the coals. @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Wright we should totally try this in the firepit

Baked Apple for camping! Halve an apple. Hollow out the core and fill with brown sugar and a pat of butter. Wrap in tin foil and place in the coals. @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Wright we should totally try this in the firepit