What to do with chalkboard stickers

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Supplies needed:

A glass candle holder or some other glass container.

Chalkboard stickers (you can get some on amazon HERE)

chalk

Optional:

A  flathead screwdriver or orange peeler (if you need to remove candle wax)

one of the flat ribbon type hair ties

Decorative rocks

IMPORTANT : I you have to remove candle wax put it in you freezer for at least 24 hours, it makes the removal so much easier

 

 

 

1. Take your candle out of the freezer.

2. Then carefully stick you flathead screwdriver or orange peeler between the candle wax and the glass. Gently wiggle it back and forth until the wax pops free.

3. Peel off any labels if you need to. Wash any remaining wax off of your candle jar.

 

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4. After you have washed and dried your candle holder you can place your chalkboard labels onto the spot you want them to be.

5. Stretch the flat ribbon hair tie around the bottom and put it where you would like it to be. I placed mine below the sticker shown in the first  top and bottom pictures below.

PicMonkey Collage CBSC6. Now you can fill  it with whatever you would like to.

There are many things things you can fill these with and some ideas are:

pens, paper clips, make-up brushes, beauty tools, lip gloss, lipsticks, candy, cotton balls, box tops (boxtops4education) while your collecting them, beads, a tiny sewing kit, Band-Aids, pany liners, and tampons for you bathroom sink.

or you could use them to give small gifts in at Christmas maybe cookies, chocolate dipped pretzels or home made body scrubs.

 

 

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Raw Organic Shea Butter with Whipped Shea Lotion Recipe!

This sounds super easy to make. At one point I really thought that doing DIY things were hard but I am so quickly changing my mind over the last year or so.

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So excited to be on this review right now! I have wanted to try raw shea butter for SO LONG! SQUEAL!!! Beauty By Shea provided me with an excellent quality product to work with! It was exactly as I expected it to be, and then some! The packaging is simple, yet very pretty.

Just a little snippet from the company before I start:

16 oz (1lb) of Pure Organic Unrefined Raw Shea Butter from Beauty By Shea is made with extra care to ensure you receive the purest Raw Shea Butter. Beauty By Shea Organic Shea Butter is double filtered, first in Ghana, and then at our US Lab where it is manufactured into our 1lb bricks, packaged into our heat sealed bags, and sent straight to Amazon thereby preserving the natural richness, and purity of the shea butter for our customers.
Beauty By Shea 100% Ivory…

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Homemade Soaps

Who knew that making soap could be more simple. I had seen you tube videos before but I had not found any as easy as this.

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For a really long time I wanted to learn how to make soap. I am not sure why it took so long for me to do it. I think that I thought it was going to be very hard and time consuming. It wasn’t until a friend of mine made a batch of soap to sell as a fundraiser that I realized how easy soap making can be! Her and I went on a mini shopping spree to get all the supplies you need to make soap:

Soap base (I purchased an oatmeal base and a cucumber avocado, but there are many more bases as well as plain glycerin)
Soap molds (I found some nice rose molds and molds that say “Handmade” and “Natural.”
Soap fragrance(s) (I purchases vanilla soap fragrance, but essential oils work well too)
Optional Soap additives (I added brown sugar to my oatmeal soap. It made…

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I am a Stay at home mom of 2 My son is 6 and my daughter is 4 and I have been with the love of my life for 10 years now.

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