You know how I just wrote about how I like getting a handmade gift more than just about anything . Well, this is anything. Sitting on the couch on a lazy Sunday, knitting with my kids . . . that beats gift-getting for sure. It is a gift itself. We just sat there side-by-side, for about an hour, feeling the warmth from each other's bodies, listening to music from my computer and basking in each others company as the sun streamed through the windows. Ahhh . . .the experience was so delightful, it was hard to peel myself away to take the photos.
Build this Hula Hoop Rug and other fun t-shirt crafts. Take your weaving to the next level by making miniature baskets. Click the photo to view the craft. Make the chair pad above using t-shirts and a hula hoop.
Posted on March 01, 2012 in Bed, Bath & Kitchen , Decor & Furniture , Make It Activities , Organise & Personalise by Simone . We heard you loud and clear.
Bicarbonate of soda or baking soda has many different uses in the household. Although much more expensive products have been developed over the years to do the same jobs, baking soda can work for you just as well, if not better. Use it in the following ways: 1. To make your own baking powder, stir and sift together 2 parts of Cream of Tartar to 1 part baking soda and 1 part cornstarch. 2.
Learn how to make your own environmentally-friendly spray cleaners. These homemade cleaners are cheap to make yourself and always ready to use. Natural All-Purpose Spray Cleaner 2 tbsp vinegar 2 cups water 1 tsp borax 10-15 drops tea tree oil Combine the ingredients and put the mixture into a clean spray bottle. Shake well. Use as you would any all purpose spray cleaner.
Scrubs are a luxurious way to pamper skin since they exfoliate and moisturize at the same time and will leave skin feeling smooth and soft. There’s no need to buy expensive stuff, make it yourself for a quick and easy way to have a spa experience right at home. They make great gifts too! Here’s a bunch of recipes to get started with, I’ve sorted them into separate groups for easier browsing. First a few tips: Mix and store ingredients in glass bowls and jars to prevent reactions with other materials.