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DIY Mystery mason jar date56s

DIY Mystery mason jar date

This is the perfect solution if you're stuck on what to do for a date with your special someone! What you need: Mason Jar 3 colors of spray paint At least 40 popsicle sticks Pen First, spray paint your Mason Jar so that you can not see inside it. Next play down 10 popsicle sticks and spray paint half of it and let it dry, and spray the other side. Do this for 30 popsicle sticks which each set of 10 will be of different colors. Leave 10 popsicle sticks plain. For one color of the sticks write a date that is at home. For the second color of sticks write a date that is out in town. For the last color of sticks write a date that is a little more expensive or a day trip somewhere. For the 10 stick that does not have any color write a date that is free to do. When you're done, place the sticks in a jar and when it is time for a date pull a stick out and go on that date!

Published: September 21, 201656 views
DIY Fruit filled ice cubes1m13s

DIY Fruit filled ice cubes

Don't use just any ice cubes in your drink, use fruit infused ice cubes! What you will need: Strawberries Kiwi Half a lemon Ice tray Water First, cut up all of your fruit into small cubes. Next, place the fruit into the ice tray and mix up some of the fruit together. Add water and let it sit for about 10 minutes so the fruit can infuse with the water. Then freeze them for about 1 hour or until the water has fully turned into ice. Place the fruit infused ice cubes into a glass and add some water, sparkling water, or Sprite into your glass. When it starts to melt, you will get the different fruit flavors melting into your drink.

Published: September 21, 201624 views
DIY Floam slime59s

DIY Floam slime

This was such a great toy back in the day! What you will need: 1 bottle of Elmer's glue 1 cup of Poly-fil micro bead filler 1/4 cup of water 1/2 cup liquid starch Food coloring First pour in your glue and 1/4 cup of water and a few drops of food coloring then stir. Add a cup of the poly-fil micro bead filler into the bowl and stir again. Add 1/2 cup of liquid starch and stir and then use your hands to mix it.

Published: September 21, 2016183 views
DIY Relaxing lavender body scrub57s

DIY Relaxing lavender body scrub

This is super easy to make and cheap to make! What you need: Epsom salt Coconut oil Soap color Lavender oil In a container pour in 2 cups of epsom salt, 1 cup of melted coconut oil, a few drops of lavender oil, and a few drops of soap color and mix it around. Let it cool and harden for 30 minutes. You can use this in the shower and scrub your body to become silky smooth all day long!

Published: September 21, 2016895 views
DIY Stress ball1m11s

DIY Stress ball

Here is a way to make your own stress ball! What you will need: 1 bottle of Elmer's glue (5 oz) Fishnet stockings 1/2 cup Liquid starch 1/4 cup water food coloring clear balloon Funnel First pour the Elmer's glue, water, and food coloring into a bowl. Stir all together. Then add the liquid starch and stir it around as well as use your hand to mix it thoroughly. Take a funnel or cut the top of a water bottle and place the balloon over the nozzle and push in the slime. Tie the balloon really tight and even double knot it. Then place the balloon into fishnet stockings down to the toe and tie it as well as cut the rest of the stocking. Now you have a stress ball that is fun to squeeze!

Published: September 22, 2016350 views
DIY Infused flush water44s

DIY Infused flush water

Here is the perfect infused water to help with your digestive system. What you will need: A large bottle of water (VOSS) Blueberries Lemon Mint Cucumber First pour out some of the water from the bottle. Next cut thin slices of the lemon and cucumber. Also cut open the side of the blueberry. Peel off a handful of mint leaves. Add the fruit and leaves into the water and let it sit for 15-30 minutes. After an hour the mint leaves will turn dark. The reason why this infused water will help our digestive system is because of all the important nutrients the fruit has in them. The lemon has vitamin C and B, calcium, iron, fiber, and potassium. There are many benefits of using lemons in water, but for this infused drink it is to help your digestive system by removing and loosening the toxins in your digestive track. Blueberries are known for having high levels of antioxidant and other benefits, but it really helps fight a urinary tract infection for many women. Blueberries have anti-adhesives which helps prevent the E. coli bacteria from growing in the bladder. Cucumbers have many benefits, but for this drink it is here to help out your digestive system by detoxing, flushing, and adding vitamins and minerals back into your body. The cucumber in the water will help to flush out any toxins that have built up in your system as well as hydrate your digestive system at the same time. Mint has some amazing benefits and it is not only to add flavor to your water. Using mint in this drink will help with indigestion because mint gives your digestive system a power boost which helps increase the movement in your system and will help flush out toxins.

Published: September 22, 201635 views
DIY Glitter slime without borax1m10s

DIY Glitter slime without borax

Making this slime is so easy! What you will need: 1 bottle of Elmer's glitter glue (5 oz) 1/4 cup of water 1/4 cup of liquid starch First pour Elmer's glue into a medium bowl. To get the extra glue out of the bottle add some water into the bottle and shake it well. Then add 1/4 cup of water and stir together. Next add 1/4 cup of liquid starch and mix together. It will get thicker when your stir. Use your hands and squish the slime together and then let it sit for a minute. It will get into a slime form and then you will be able to play with it!

Published: September 21, 2016402 views
DIY Jelly bead slime54s

DIY Jelly bead slime

Slime just got better with these little beads. What you need: 5 oz Elmer's clear glue Jelly beads 1/2 cup liquid starch 1/4 cup water First pour your jelly beads into a large bowl and add some water and let it sit for a few hours. Next make your slime by adding the glue and water into a bowl. Once the beads are ready add them into the bowl and mix. Add the liquid starch and mix. You can mix with your hands as well.

Published: September 22, 2016139 views
DIY Borax crystals53s

DIY Borax crystals

Why pay for expensive crystals when you can make your own custom ones for less!? What you will need: Borax Water Tall glass Large bowl Food coloring String Chopstick First take your pipe cleaners and make them into a circle in different sizes. Then tie a string to the pipe cleaner to the chopstick. In a large bowl pour in 9 Tbsp of Borax and 2 cup of boiling hot water. Stir together until the Borax is completely dissolved. Then add food coloring. Pour your Borax solution into a tall glass and place your pipe cleaner into the glass without touching the sides of the glass. Place a paper towel over to keep the heat in and let it sit for 12-24 hours for best results.

Published: September 22, 201673 views
DIY Jelly bead squishy ball49s

DIY Jelly bead squishy ball

This is a great little ball for stress or for kids to play with! What you will need: Jelly beads Large water bottle Funnel Clear balloon First empty a large water or soda bottle. Then place a spoonful of jelly beads into the bottle and add about 2 cups of water. Let the beads sit for 6-8 hours to form into little jelly balls. Blow up a clear balloon and place it over the bottle and pour the jelly balls into the balloon. Let the extra air out and tie a knot on the balloon.

Published: September 21, 2016106 views
DIY Halloween spiders in a jar52s

DIY Halloween spiders in a jar

What a fun Halloween idea! What you need: Mason jar Spider web Spiders LED lights First fluff up spider web. Cover LED lights with the spider web and place it in the jar with some spiders.

Published: September 21, 201642 views
DIY Halloween spider slime45s

DIY Halloween spider slime

Here is a creepy crawling slime just for Halloween! What you need: 4 oz Elmer's clear glue Food coloring 1/4 cup of water 1/2 cup of liquid starch Small plastic spiders In a medium bowl add in glue, water, food coloring and mix. Add in small plastic spiders and mix again. Then add in the liquid starch and mix until it becomes a slime.

Published: September 22, 201698 views
DIY Halloween slime40s

DIY Halloween slime

What a fun craft for Halloween! What you need: 4 oz clear Elmer's glue 1/4 cup water 1/2 cup liquid starch Food coloring Halloween themed sequence In a medium sized bowl add in glue, water, and food coloring and mix. Then add in the liquid starch and mix until it becomes a slime!

Published: September 22, 2016242 views
DIY Halloween mad scientist candle33s

DIY Halloween mad scientist candle

If you're going to have a science-themed Halloween party, these candles are perfect to do! What you need: Science beaker Colored candles wax Candle wick Super glue candle wick to the science beaker. Cut colored candle wax into small pieces and melt them as directed. Pour the melted candle wax into the beaker and let it cool and harden. Then cut the candle wick and light it up!

Published: September 21, 201628 views
DIY Halloween eyeball slime45s

DIY Halloween eyeball slime

This is a great Halloween slime! What you need: 4 oz Elmer's clear glue Food coloring Squishy eyeballs 1/4 cup water 1/2 cup liquid starch In a medium bowl pour in glue, food coloring, and water and mix. Add in squishy eyeballs mix again. Add in liquid starch and mix until the glue becomes slime.

Published: September 21, 2016135 views
DIY Halloween fake blood40s

DIY Halloween fake blood

Now you can make your own fake blood for Halloween. What you need: 1 cup water 3 Tbsp. Ketchup Red food coloring Green food coloring Corn syrup In a small bowl of science beaker add water and ketchup and mix. Add in red food coloring and 3 drops of green food coloring to darken the color and make it look more like blood. Add in corn syrup for thickening and mix.

Published: September 21, 201648 views