Bubble Bath Reminder. OK, OK, I know.... nobody needs a bubble bath reminder... but is fun to have one long, relaxing bath tub right?
Even if is not with bubbles it still is a good experience that we want to repeat ... but.... a busy lifestyle... other important people in our lives takes priorities over our already tight schedule... and maybe, just maybe... we need a silent reminder of a good old bubble bath . Step 1: Materials medium size glass jar with an big opening, (I used a salsa jar) blue and gold paint, tap water, rubbing alcohol, liquid hand soap (not showing) small rubber duck. Step 2: Materials napkin holder, candle, lighter, stickers, piece of ribbon. Step 3: Paint the outside of the jar lid in gold. Step 4: Blue paint will go on the inside of the jar lid. Step 5: Fill Fill the jar with tap water. Step 6: Add a little of rubbing alcohol, to preserve the water.
Step 7: Add a drop or two of liquid hand soap to make the bubbles. Step 8: Drop the small rubber duck. How to make Bone Hair Barettes. Make lipstick with crayons. Kids' crayons?
Yes! Making your own lipstick takes only about 10 minutes, costs next to nothing and allows you to choose from a dizzying (and unconventional) array of colors. Is it safe? Even though Crayola does not publish a detailed and specific ingredient list, they do formulate their crayons so that toddlers can eat a whole box of the stuff without suffering anything more serious than a stomach ache. Crayons consist mainly of paraffin wax and non-toxic pigments.
This recipe works surprisingly well. If you're using a chapstick tube (or a lipstick tube of a similar size) and you're making this as a gift, you can download a pop-up, pop art lip balm holder I designed. Bath Salt Bars. So this "recipe" is vague...
You can adjust it as you see fit, as long as you get the mixture moist enough to bind together. Dry work Step 1: Measure out 2 Cups of Epson Salt. Step 2: Add 2 heaping spoonfuls of Baking Soda Step 3: Mix dry ingredients Wet Work Step 1: Measure out 4 to 5 teaspoons of Glycerin Step 2: Add 4 to 5 teaspoons of water Step 3: Add Essential Oil... Step 4: Stir all liquid ingredients until well blended. Go Time Step 1: Pour liquid mixture onto dry mix Step 2: Stir until well blended. How To: Make Bath Bombs. Everybody loves bath bombs.
It is like taking a bath in champagne, only without the show tunes and chorus boys. They are fairly simple to make, keeping in mind that the strangest things can make a batch go weird; humidity, room temperature, oil viscosity, the moon rising in the seventh house of Aquarius . . . they are a mysterious wonder.For this recipe, I am using ingredients that are pretty common, or easy to find in most areas. Essential oils can be found in small amounts at places like health food stores and craft stores often carry essentials and fragrances. Just make sure, if you buy fragrance oil, that you are buying "body safe" oils and not stuff for candles or oil warmers.So, let's start with a basic recipe in two parts.Dry ingredients: (By Weight, as measured on a scale.) How To Make Bacon Lip Balm. Tie-Dye your fingernails. Once you get your finger prepped you can start making your design.
Choose another color (I chose teal-ish) and let paint drip from the brush into the saucer of water. When it drips into the water it should disperse a little bit. Take your second color (I chose yellow) and let it drip in the same manner, in the middle of the first color. Keep doing this, alternating colors just a few times. The more colors you use the more you can alternate - since I only used two colors I only alternated about 4 times.
How to Make Chocolate Peppermint Lip Gloss.