DIY Natural Room Scents

Natural Room Scents

Again with the colors of citrus and natural materials. I also like original idea behind this post - natural room scents! _ DIY Natural Room Scents (this is such a great idea!

Homemade bath bombs

Bath Fizzies in a Jar

Homemade Bath Fizzies cup citric acid 1 cup baking soda cup cornstarch cup organic cane sugar About 6 drops food coloring 10 to 15 drops essential oil(s) Special equipment: travel-size spray bottle, plastic pipette, silicone ice-cube tray, storage jars

DIY teacup candles. <3

DIY teacup candles: Love these! So cute as a centerpiece on a tea party table or shower table. Perfect given as party favors too. Use mis-matched cups from a thrift store for a pretty, inexpensive shabby chic theme or gift.

Pirate Bunny Brooch

Felt Pirate bunny brooch - this is so cute. Only a pictures on flicker but this would be easy to do.

Make functional fridge magnets out of cute containers. | 21 Adorable DIY Projects To Spruce Up Your Kitchen

What a fun idea. Turn tea tins into fridge magnets! Or white board magnets. This just gave me a great idea.I have some vintage spice tins that are not displayed very well.I should just make them into magnets!

Crocheted shawl

"love the color scheme and the border." - allie - Crocheted shawl granny square shawl, perfect for yarn leftovers! (love that edging!

15 Most Famous Cafes in the Literary World

Hemingway in Pamploma. With Harold Loeb, Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, Don Stewart and Pat Guthrie. Lady Duff Twysden was the inspiration for Lady Brett Ashley.

sloe gin recipe

sloe gin recipe with added vanilla - variation to try this autumn I think

DIY Honey Cuticle Cream

Re-using Altoid tins for DIY Honey Cuticle Cream. ounces beeswax 3 ounces apricot kernel oil 1 tablespoon honey Melt the wax and oil in the microwave, stir in the honey, and pour into tins or other containers.

Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles; 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

DIY: Coasters

Make your own coasters with tiles, scrapbook paper, clear spray paint, felt pads, and mod podge. Adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry. Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom