1. Pour the salts in a large bowl, add food coloring to reach the color you want. 2. Add fragrance if desired. You can decorate cheap bottles to put the salts in.
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Blow up the balloon and tie it with a string. Do not cut the string ends. 2. Protect your table top with newspapers. In a small bowl, dilute six tablespoons of white liquid glue with three tablespoons of water. (Make more glue as needed.) 3. Tear off small pieces of
Paint the clothespins the colors you wish. With a contrasting color of paint, write the name of the snack bag the clip is for, such as; chips, pretzels, nachos, etc.. If you like, you can just paint a design or a persons name on them. Glue a button, jewel, or
An inexpensive gift for kids to make is bath salts. You’ll need Epsom salt, food coloring, and potpourri oil. You combine the salt with a few drops of desired food coloring, and a few drops of potpourri oil. Stir or shake until all is mixed up, and then pour into
To make a sachet that will hold about one cup of dried lavender, fold a piece of 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper in half, and draw one half of a heart shape so the center is on the fold. Cut along the lines, and unfold the pattern. Fold your fabric in half,