Gemstone Soap on a Chain
Soap on a rope is so passé – try diamond soap on a chain instead with this easy, shimmery DIY!
See it HERE!
You’ll also enjoy the Early Grey Tea Soap
You know that feeling you get when you realize you’ve been paying a little bit too much for something? That feeling is even worse when you realize you’ve been overpaying for something that you’ve used every week of your adult life. Yes, I’m talking about laundry detergent. Sure, many store-brand detergents aren’t that pricey, but natural brands tend to be. A combination of natural ingredients and a “green” or “natural” label tends to inflate the price a bit. So I endeavored to try my hand at homemade laundry detergent. I’m happy with the result, even after testing it on our post-vacation, sweaty, sunscreen-soaked clothes. I made a big batch after I tested a smaller batch. I’ll give you the recipe for a smaller batch, and then I’ll give you my best estimation at a price breakdown.
See it HERE!
You’ll also like the DIY Laundry Drying Rack.
It’s wedding planning season, and I happen to have a family wedding to attend this spring! After seeing some cute ideas on Etsy and then coming across a blog post about melt and pour soaps…light bulb! My future sister-in-law has been kind enough to put up with me bombarding her with pins and ideas for her upcoming wedding and has agreed to let me make her wedding favors. Since the wedding will have an intimate, vintage garden feel, I decided on soaps and crochet rocks.