Lip Balm

4-tablespoons oil (olive, almond, sunflower, jojoba, castor, coconut) 1-tablespoon beeswax 15 drops of essential oil (peppermint, orange, lime, tangerine, lemon) Vitamin E optional

Liquid Shampoo and Shower Gel Base

Liquid Shampoo and Shower Gel Base and Gel Shampoo Base provide the basis for the following recipe. Makes 8 ounces 3/4 cup distilled water 1/4 cup shampoo concentrate {or substitute with 1/2 cup unscented shampoo and increase salt to 1 teaspoon} 1/2 teaspoon table salt

Gingerbread Can

Materials: Large coffee can ¼ yard of cotton material White foam sheet Piece of brown material (felt or corduroy) Glue gun and hot glue White tacky glue Buttons Mop string Black pen paint or permanent marker White pen paint

Chicken Pox Pin

Materials: Yellow foam sheets Orange 20lb paper scraps Red permanent marker Black permanent marker Exacto knife/scissors Hot glue and gun Pin backings

Placemat Chair Cushion Makeover

“With placemats and hot glue have a great makeover for your chairs in minutes!” Materials: Cotton weaved placemats Hot glue gun and good quality hot glue Scissors 1. Remove old material from seat of chair leaving the old cushioning in place. 2. Measure the cushion and cut one side your placemat to allow a little […]

Upsy Daisy Stick

A great little “thinking of you” gift to cheer up a friend who may feel like things are upside down and crazy! Materials: Fabric scraps Cardboard Needle and thread Wooden dowel Green Wooden furniture finishing plugs circles Finishing spray Optional tiny ladybugs or leaves (bought in pkgs. At Wal-Mart)

Christmas Light Bulb Angels

Materials: Large Christmas light bulb Flesh tone acrylic paint Paint brush Black permanent marker Scraps of fabric for dress Stiffer fabric for wings Wool for hair Small flower Jute Hot glue and glue gun

Raggedy Ann Light Bulb

Materials: Flesh tone, black, pink, white, and red acrylic paints (glass paint) Paintbrush Scraps of fabric for hair and ribbon Ribbon for hanger Hot glue and glue gun Alcohol or sand paper

Country Heart Pin

Materials: 80 lb paper Wool fabric White tacky glue Pin backing Raffia This little heart pin is very simple and cute.

Easter Bunny Pin

Materials: Canvas material Cardboard Hot glue and gun White glue Black permanent marker Black embroidery thread Small amount of quilting batting Small rose flowers Mop string Colored paper (same color as flower used) Pin backing

Scare Crow Pin

ScareCrow Pin

Materials: Very small straw hats Yellow wool Small piece white cotton Plaid material Pin backing Glue Jute Small flower for hat A couple cotton balls

Frosty Nose Snowman Pin

Frosty Nose Snowman Pin

Materials: White felt Red and black embroidery thread A scrap of fabric for scarf A button Pin backing Cotton balls Hot glue and gun

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