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Make a DIY Farmhouse Bench

A farmhouse bench is a great way to enjoy dinner with your family for dinner. A farmhouse bench is a timeless piece that will make your home more welcoming. If you are planning to start on this project, here are steps to follow.
Materials needed:                  

Pine board- 1 x 4 x 96 inches and 1 x 8 x 96 inches
Wall stud- 2 x 4 x 96 inches
Pocket-hole screws- 1 (1/4) inch panhead
Pocket-hole screws- 2  (1/2_ inch panhead
Wood screws- 1 (1/4) inch
Miter saw
Pocket-hole jig
Tape measure…

Homemade Bath Bombs

Bath bombs make perfect gifts this gift-giving season. Not only are they easy to make, but they are also customizable according your preference. Plus, your kids can make them with little supervision to improve their creativity. Here’s what you need to prepare and how you do it.
Baking soda- 1 cup
Citric acid- ½ cup
Cornstarch- ½ cup
Dried lavender- food grade
Epsom salt- ½ cup
Coconut oil- 2 ½ tbsp
Liquid coloring
Water- ¾ tbsp
Essential oils- 15 drops
Baking sheet
Glass jar
Measuring cup and spoons

Do-It-Yourself Dried Lavender Candles

If you love the smell and color of lavender, then you’ll want to know how to use its stems to create lavender candles. Here are the easy steps on how to utilize dried lavender and make them into scented candles.

Candle wax- 1 cup
Dried lavender stalks
Double boiler
Mason jar- 8oz
Medium candle wick
Spice and flower essential oil- 5 drops
Twine- 10 inches


Use a boiler to melt a candle wax.
Place 5 stems of lavender in your mason jar. Lay them on the sides.
Pour …

De-stressing With a Forsythia Wreath

Beat stress by creating a forsythia wreath to improve the aesthetics of your home. Though this may take some time, it is a great de-stressor which is extremely easy to do. So, make your home more welcoming for your visitors with a forsythia wreath!
Materials needed:

Grapevine wreath
Floral wire- 22-gauge
Forsythia stems- 15 pieces
Hot glue
Wire snips


Start by cutting some sprigs of forsythia plant using wire snips.
Pick up the fallen flowers from the branches for later use.
For your convenience, separate your sprigs into two …