Are you having some problems with your skin? With this winter weather, your skin could easily get dull and dry. Of course there are some store products that are easily accessible. But remember, are you sure there are safe for you? If you are meticulous about what you are using and would prefer to use products that you know wouldn’t be more harmful, why not try making your own?
You might have noticed your stool looking pretty poorly lately. They might be old or have seen better days, but all they need is a little face lift. And you won’t have to go far for the things they need. Take a look inside your closet. You might find some old stuff there that is perfect to make your stool look new!
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Is this your first time trying upholstery? You are missing a lot. Think of all the things you can do yourself instead of paying someone hundreds of dollars for it or buying new furniture? Check this book to get the basics. And don’t forget some tools too. Have fun!
Looking a nice gift? Maybe for Valentine’s Day or someone’s birthday is coming up. Or you might know a couple who are getting hitched soon. Maybe you’re tying the knot yourself. Do you know what would be a nice present or wedding favor? Sugar body scrub!
It is not only so much fun to make, it is even more rewarding because you know that it will actually be used.
Full Instructions at Soap Deli News.
Aside from exercising, eating more healthy foods, drinking more water, and your other typical New Year’s resolutions, one of these is decluttering. Getting rid of those unnecessary baggage and stuff around the house (and in our life), and keeping everything clean and tidy. After all, an organized and clean space offers peace of mind and serenity. So why don’t you try it? Take this tip right here.
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Organizing does not necessarily mean buying new storage or baskets for your stuff. It’s about making use of what you already have and giving it a new look. How about using leather suede strips and stamping tool kit to label it just like the craft above? But we’d like to hear more about how you are planning to keep things in place this New Year.