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How to clean your cookie sheets--Put about 1/4 cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste. Then you rub it on the offending dirt/stain/grease...whatever!

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How to Dry Basil (and other herbs) + Recipes with Basil- Love these ideas!

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Building a Bird House? Make the Right Size Hole

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We dyed eggs in our tea and got some unexpected results! Learn how to make your own naturally colored Easter eggs by following our easy directions.

We dyed eggs in our tea and got some unexpected results! Learn how to make your own naturally colored Easter eggs by following our easy directions.


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Natural Dyed Easter Eggs

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How to use Unique Glass Color's MUD by Margot Clark. Visit http://uniqueglasscolors.com or http://margotclark.com for more information.

How to use Unique Glass Color's MUD by Margot Clark. Visit http://uniqueglasscolors.com or http://margotclark.com for more information.

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DIY Cute Bunny Slippers - very cute but terrible instructions. I want some Bunny Slippers!

After dying your own Easter eggs with this no-fail technique, you'll never buy a box kit again. Brought to you by the Boursin Purveyor of Wow Shop.

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How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

After experimenting with everything from lemon peels and carrots to raspberries and grape juice, has put together a list of everyday ingredients that consistently yield beautiful, vibrant colors. Here's how to dye Easter eggs naturally .

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