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Home-made soaps

savons

savons fleurs

Savon grenouille

Let me show you these home-made soaps! The best option to start with soap making is probably to buy a kit, to get the 4 main ingredients: glycerine soap, molds, fragrance (I have the waterlily and papyrus ones) and cosmetic colorants. If you wish to do some more, you will just have to buy a new block of glycerine! The technique is really simple: you cut little cubes of glycerine (2″ by 2″). Your kit booklet should tell you how many cubes you need to fill the molds. Then you put them in a bowl and heat them in the micro-waves until it’s melted. You should keep the temperature really low, and remember that 10 seconds are enough to melt one cube. When the glycerine is liquid (but not boiling), you can add a few drops of fragrance and colorant, and pour the liquid in your mold. In about 10 minutes, your soap should be solidified and ready to get out of the mold, voilà!

If you wish to start making soaps, I recommend these two 30$ kits:

– For kids: “Savons d’artistes”

– For adults: “savons naturels” at Aroma Zone

Each kit should produce about 15-20 soaps :)

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Faux Fur Snood / Scarf DIY

Hello everyone!

The weather is freezing cold these days, and I can only wish you to stay warm! My solution? A beautiful DIY scarf made of faux fur. It’s super trendy, extremely warm and easy to make! The tutorial is below the beautiful pictures of David Speranza.

By the way : these people are my Seattle gang, and they are awesome!

xoxo Clemmo

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Pics David Speranza

Two other scarves I made for my parisian friends, as a Christmas gift!

Hair

OH YEAH!

GIF Mathieu Vaas

Tutorial:fursnoodDIY

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