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How to Make Liquid Soap- completely homemade, not from commercial bar soap. Has recipes for Moisturizing Hand Soap, Moisturizing Shampoo and a All-Around Home Cleaning Soap that she uses for laundry, dishes & in the dishwasher as well.

How to Turn Bar Soap into Liquid Soap

Home made liquid soap (body wash/baby shampoo).......I make this for my youngest who is alergic to many things. I use glycerin soap and at the end before I bottle the soap, I add a little Lavender essential oil (great for sleeping and exzema) along with 1-2 drops tea tree oil (to keep it from spoiling)--(you can also use Lemon, Grapefruit, or other citrus oils to keep it from spoiling). LOVE IT!!!

Natural Homemade Laundry Detergent

BORAX FREE! All natural, non-toxic laundry detergent with no borax. Recipe makes 11.43 lbs (183 oz.) for $20.75 or 320 loads at $0.06 per load! It rates an “A” on the Environmental Working Group (EWG) scale, so you can feel good about using it in your home. #popular

DIY Bath and Beauty Recipes

Soap Deli News is the official blog for Rebecca's Soap Delicatessen - deliciously scented, handmade shea butter soaps since 2001. Get info on the latest products, sales, contests and news from Rebecca's Soap Delicatessen along with DIY craft projects, bath and body recipes, soapmaking tutorials, food recipes and handmade finds from other indie artists.

Penniless Parenting blog - Thrifty tips and tricks. Frugal cooking and recipes, crafts, and parenting. Save money!


An Intro to Gardening. With all of the weeding and planting growing up, and with all of my college planter boxes and greenhouse time, you'd think I would know how to start a garden. I have never taken a patch of lawn and tried to grow edible things. This will be new.

GRUNDTAL Drying rack, wall, stainless steel

$27 GRUNDTAL Drying rack, wall - IKEA. Min. width: 26 3/8 " Max. width: 47 1/4 " Depth: 15 3/4 " Height: 7 7/8 " Max. load: 44 lb Draying capacity: 4-7 yards. Indoor use only. Different wall materials require different types of fasteners. Use fasteners suitable for walls in your home - duh! Brack/tube stainless steel w/ end caps for scratch protection.