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Salt on the skin, sun kissing the nose, piecey waves in the hair. A day spent in the spa has absolutely nothing on a day spent on the beach. Read more »

kai -Jun 30, 2014, 9:48PM
Lydia - It doesn't take much for coconut oil to melt. Just the heat of your hands will do it. If you keep the spray in your bathroom where it's usually humid it should pretty much stay liquid :). I keep a tub in my pantry in my kitchen and it never returns to solid form.
Lydia -May 05, 2014, 7:30PM
How do you keep the coconut oil from solidifying?

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The smell of surf wax reminds me of home. Read more »

Lucy -Aug 28, 2014, 12:08PM
Oh wow these look really cool! I just bought my first house and I am getting into the DIY mindset forbathroom accessories. I love these!
Mariah -May 09, 2014, 7:51PM
Tried making this with cool water sticky bumps and ended up with HUGE flames! The entire surface of the wax caught fire and made like 6" flames. Don't use sticky bumps. Or just don't light it. Very dangerous.

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My mother is an amazing artist, and her favorite medium to use is watercolor. Read more »

Deb -Oct 08, 2014, 11:17AM
What a wonderful idea for making original, personalised mugs! I will most certainly give this a try, as my kitchen ware is rather boring and some personalised mugs would make it a little more interesting ;)
Amanda -Aug 20, 2014, 10:52PM
I just did this with some Ikea porcelain mugs and some Martha Stewart glass paints. They look beautiful, and after I baked them for 25 to 30 minutes they felt like the paint had set and dried nicely. I just went to wash one however, and with one fell swoop of my sponge, half of the paint came off. And I'm not even using fancy dish soap; I'm using doc bronners. Any suggestions on how to make the paint stay? Is there a sealant I should use or should I soak the mugs in some kind of acid first to open up the pores in the porcelain first? Any help would be much appreciated Thanks!

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Iridescence is something the eye loves to see. A property of ever-changing colors, picking up on anything that surrounds it. Read more »

Kaitlin -Aug 05, 2014, 1:05AM
I love the polish! I can use the idea for an upcoming blog post! Tanks! Where did you get your jewlery from?! Its gorgeous
Unique -Apr 03, 2014, 12:05PM
love this idea!

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My biggest problem when traveling? …Wrinkly clothes. Read more »

Dee -Jul 10, 2014, 2:56AM
Fabulous! I use all the unscented, fragrance free products. What a great idea though. However, I only pack clothing that barely wrinkles and I do roll some clothing. In fact, almost everything I buy needs no ironing. I do the shower trick if needed and it does work. After I tighten the closures in the suitcase I then carefully fold jackets, including leather on top and they come out great. Usually on travel day I wear an outer garment - coat, jacket - so I don't have to pack it.
Madeline -Mar 18, 2014, 2:38PM
Love this!

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Pressed flowers and leaves are something I just can’t seem to get enough of. It’s gotten to the point where, at any given point, I have a bunch hidden between the pages of various books in my home just waiting for a time I’ll want to use them. This DIY is my favorite way to use pressed flowers yet.

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Julia -Jun 13, 2014, 3:44PM
This is so lovely and creative. Wowwwww. Julia
Pawsitively Creative -Jun 10, 2014, 9:50PM
I have done picture covers with resin but never thought of using pressed flowers! Awesome idea! Thanks for sharing.

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Oh the joys of the paper pot press. I actually hadn’t the slightest clue what a pot press was until just recently, when our friends over at Terrain granted us one, along with no other instruction than to do with it as we pleased… Now I’m in love.

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friedman kaplan -Oct 19, 2014, 7:27AM
Marvelous, what a web site it is! This webpage provides valuable facts to us, keep it up.
Arta -Jul 11, 2014, 5:23AM
Lovely xx

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Yes, spring is really coming. A time of rebirth. Let’s wake up that tired winter skin with an invigorating yet calming spring facial mist. Read more »

rose -Jun 25, 2014, 1:03PM
Hi, can I use distilled drinking water?
Farah -Jun 01, 2014, 10:15AM
May I use Vitamin C instead of Vitamin E ?

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Homemade paper tugs at my heart like no other. It’s delicate, beautiful, and thoughtful. I love the time and effort that gets put into making such a simple object; an object that we often take for granted. Read more »

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sandhya -Sep 01, 2014, 7:26AM
This is a good one using with the scarp papers to make into a hand made paper

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The weather today is giving us a glimmer of hope that spring might just be on its way. And what’s one of the best parts about this beautiful season? Spring weddings, of course!  Read more »

Susan Jizba -Feb 21, 2014, 6:25PM
I'd love to use wild flowers and grasses from a meadow for a sort of wild child bohemian look... ..............I am half Czechoslovakian, so I think that counts as Boho ! For a look just to celebrate the return of Spring !!!! Why not!?! : ) www.etsy.com/shop/TheWeaverOfWords
Violet -Feb 21, 2014, 12:13PM
very cute! I wish I would of seen more like this when I was engaged! v-is-for-violet.blogspot.com

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Clear nail polish has been a life saver for me in many-a-situation throughout my life. Of course it helps prevent my nail color from chipping right away, but this mysterious clear liquid has a bunch of other uses that you may not be aware of. Read more »

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Kitty -Jun 10, 2014, 1:15PM
Careful to those of you planning to use this to prevent skin reactions it's a temporary fix only it will wear off and makes it difficult to sterilize the jewelry later on!

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