Lynda Hedley

Lynda Hedley

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DIY bath jellies inspire by Lush! || This is basically a body wash but in jelly form.  It looks like tasty Jello but it’s totally non edible, so no tasting it =).  It makes taking a bath or shower super fun and like playing with jello!  You can also store the jellies into jars and gift them for baby showers or pretty much any occasion.

DIY bath jellies inspire by Lush! || This is basically a body wash but in jelly form. It looks like tasty Jello but it’s totally non edible, so no tasting it =). It makes taking a bath or shower super fun and like playing with jello! You can also store the jellies into jars and gift them for baby showers or pretty much any occasion.

Tying a sliding knot is a little tricky, but it's a great technique to add to your bag of tricks; especially if you use leather or satin cording! #slidingknot #beading #knots

Tying a sliding knot is a little tricky, but it's a great technique to add to your bag of tricks; especially if you use leather or satin cording! #slidingknot #beading #knots

If you are looking for a new hobby and side hustle, then check out this list of 6 sewing crafts that any beginner can make and sell. These projects are easy for you to make and cute enough for you to sell.

If you are looking for a new hobby and side hustle, then check out this list of 6 sewing crafts that any beginner can make and sell. These projects are easy for you to make and cute enough for you to sell.

Do you love bath salts AND a good, old fashioned bubble bath? Well, now you…

Do you love bath salts AND a good, old fashioned bubble bath? Well, now you…

These Lavender Coconut Oil Bath Melts are an easy, and inexpensive way to moisturize dry skin.

These Lavender Coconut Oil Bath Melts are an easy, and inexpensive way to moisturize dry skin.

White Chocolate Flower Cake – how to make a side chocolate flower cake, using candy melts and everyday tools | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

White Chocolate Flower Cake – how to make a side chocolate flower cake, using candy melts and everyday tools | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com