Ola Starnowska
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Not sure whether to pin this under geekery or inspiration.

Beauty Recipe for your scrub

Beauty Recipe for your scrub

5 sugar scrubs for beautiful skin

5 sugar scrubs for beautiful skin

Essential Oil Lip Balm Recipes

Essential Oil Lip Balm Recipes

Orange Creamsicle Lip Balm with doTERRA Wild Orange Essential Oil | dōTERRA Blog - Essential Oils

Orange Creamsicle Lip Balm with doTERRA Wild Orange Essential Oil | dōTERRA Blog - Essential Oils

Build a swimming pool out of bales of hay. | 37 Ridiculously Awesome Things To Do In Your Backyard This Summer

Build a swimming pool out of bales of hay. | 37 Ridiculously Awesome Things To Do In Your Backyard This Summer

Make your own sculpey! Clay you can bake in the oven, no kiln needed. Use for jewelry, dolls, 3-D paintings, cars, animals, a hand or footprint keepsake and magnet

Make your own sculpey! Clay you can bake in the oven, no kiln needed. Use for jewelry, dolls, 3-D paintings, cars, animals, a hand or footprint keepsake and magnet

DIY Tiny Snow Globe Necklace Tutorial from Eat.Sleep.Make here. For another round snow globe necklace go here.

DIY Tiny Snow Globe Necklace Tutorial from Eat.Sleep.Make here. For another round snow globe necklace go here.

Melted crayon art. My daughter loves princesses, but I didn't want her room too "Disney-ish" so I googled "princess silhouettes" and printed the pictures from my printer. I took the printed image and cut it out of contact paper. Next, on the canvases, I stuck down the image, hot glued the crayons to the top and melted the crayons all the way to the bottom, peeled off the contact paper and was left with the silhouette. I had to touch up some edges with white paint, but they turned out well.

Melted crayon art. My daughter loves princesses, but I didn't want her room too "Disney-ish" so I googled "princess silhouettes" and printed the pictures from my printer. I took the printed image and cut it out of contact paper. Next, on the canvases, I stuck down the image, hot glued the crayons to the top and melted the crayons all the way to the bottom, peeled off the contact paper and was left with the silhouette. I had to touch up some edges with white paint, but they turned out well.

This is the first melted crayon art that has made me want to melt crayons. Love it!!!

This is the first melted crayon art that has made me want to melt crayons. Love it!!!