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We love our crockpots and we love Slow Cooker Sunday!
This week I’；m sharing a non-food way to use your crockpot. I’；m going to show you how to Make Candles in your Crockpot!burlap throw pillow covers
I use a lot of Scentsy and end up with all the used discs. Most normal people would just throw these away， but I am not normal. I have saved almost every used scentsy melt…；…；..I. JUST. CAN’；T. THROW. THEM. AWAY! Call it the green Oregonian in me or the college years of rooming with Elementary Ed majors. (they also save everything)
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Make Candles in your Crockpot
I had been planning on making candles for a long time with my used melts. I just needed to remember to pick up an old double boiler at goodwill. Then I saw this idea using your slow cooker when I put together this round up for Disney about using your Crockpot for Non-Food ways.？ This was perfect! And easy!
This was SO easy and left no mess at all. I’；m thinking about making a few moreaccent pillow case baby burlap sofa， but with citronella for the patio this summer.
What’；s your favorite thing you’；ve made in your Crockpot？
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Saint Valentine's Day or, the Feast of Saint Valentine, now more commonly known as just Valentine's Day, is observed on February 14th each year. Today it is celebrated in many countries and Christian denominations around the world, although mostly in the West. In the UK for example, it is traditional to send cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts as a mark of affection for a loved one or special person in our lives, or to trigger a new romance.To keep it very simple, it began as a religious celebration of one (or more) early Christian saints named Valentinus. The most likely or popular belief is that Saint Valentine was imprisoned for performing weddings for soldiers of the Roman Empire who were forbidden to marry. The Roman Emperor Claudius II supposedly forbade soldiers to marry in order to grow his army, believing that married men did not make good soldiers.According to legend (or popular belief), Saint Valentine is said to have cut hearts from parchment and given them to the soldiers as a reminder of God's love and to encourage them to remain faithful Christians. These parchment hearts are possibly the origin of the widespread use of heart symbols and motifs in current Valentine's Day 'correspondence'.During his imprisonment, Valentine is said to have performed a miracle by healing the blind daughter of his jailer Asterius. Legend again says that before his execution he wrote her a farewell which read "from your Valentine". This expression was henceforth adopted and is still used today.The day first became associated with 'romantic love' by the legendary English poet Geoffrey Chaucer, during the Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished. By the 15th century, it had evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their feelings for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery and sending greetings cards (known as "valentines").The words 'Roses are Red' are traceable as far back in literary history as 1590 and the modern clichè Valentine's poem which begins with the same, can be found in a collection of English nursery rhymes dating back to 1784 and would have read as follows:Since the 19th century, handmade valentines have given way to mass-produced greeting cards and a much more commercial approach to the occasion.Today, Valentine's Day symbols also include doves, winged cupids, cute teddy bears and red roses as well as the traditional heart symbol. It has now become a day where the romantics amongst us mark the occasion in a number of ways. Everything from a simple, anonymous, greeting card, to a cosy, intimate, candle lit dinner or grand gestures like diamond rings, proposals and romantic weekends in Paris!We don't sell greetings cards or teddy bears at Terry's and we can't book you a romantic weekend in Paris or send you a diamond ring, but we can help you create a cosy room setting for a romantic night in with the special person in your life.So as usual, I've put together a few tips and some carefully selected product, to help you to create the look and the ambience you're after in your home, without breaking the banklet's face it, you never know, you might need that extra bit of cash to put towards the diamond ring?!
Hi guys, in today s video I will show you how to make this cute watermelon slice bag. You can also use it as a clutch or even a pencil case =D
Ballard Designs is turning 30 years old! To celebrate the occasion, we’ve asked one of our favorite bloggers – Laura Trevey of Bright Bold & Beautiful – to curate her very own Pinterest board featuring 30 of her favorite things from Ballard Designs. Laura’s classic style, countless fabulous DIY projects and beautiful home tours will inspire you to create, organize, and renew your own home. Let’s get to know the woman behind the blog, shall we?