Eye bags: 1. Add 1 teaspoon of backing soda in a glass of hot water or tea and mix it well. 2. Take a pair of cotton pads and soak them in the solution and place them under the eye. 3. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes, then rinse it off and apply a moisturizer Practicing this procedure daily will render amazing results in just a week. by bleu.

Eye bags: Add 1 teaspoon of backing soda in glass of hot water or tea and mix it well. Take a pair of cotton pads and soak them in the solution and place them under the eye. Let it sit for minutes, then rinse it off and apply a moisturize

I like the water pad with a bench. Photo courtesy of Babble http://www.pinterest.com/pin/564849978237128280/

Forget The Pool, Build Your Own Water Park Instead

View a gallery of pictures of our splash pads and splash parks. See how you might incorporate a backyard splash pad or community splash water park.

Is it a water feature, an outdoor shower or some combination of both? No matter what it is, I think it would be refreshing on a hot day. on The Owner-Builder Network  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/water-features-ideas-1/aaaaaddddd-4.jpg

Have Fun In The Backyard This Summer!

Outdoor shower/water day for kids.Could easily be made with hollow box uprights, run the water tube through one and the top hollow box with a PVC tube that you drill holes in for the water to run out. Faux paint it to look like copper, really pretty easy.

Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad - Joyful Abode

Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad

Totally making one this summer! Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad

Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water.  The article includes directions for making the lily pads. a printable pattern that you can download, and several frog themed math activities that are appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, prep, aged children.

Frog Counting Activity for Your Sensory Bin or Water Table

Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water. The article includes directions for maki (Table Top Activities)

Hey guys! I made a tutorial on how I made the Koi fish for my Koi pond out of polymer clay. I hope you guys will like this! I will also post a tutorial on how to make the lily pads and the pond its...

Hey guys, This is the second part to my Koi Pond Tutorial. Man, tutorials are not easy to make haha. The last 2 tutorials (+ this one) were my first time making tutorials. I hope they were decent.

Rubber Dockie 18x6-Feet Floating Water Pad #RubberDockie

Rubber Dockie 18x6-Feet Floating Water Pad

How to beat the heat with a DIY cool water pad - how to make a splash pad for a hot summer kids' activity.

Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad

I made these with the summer camp kids and they were a blast! Note to self: do not let them put glitter in the water next time! (Or do and be prepared to be covered in glitter from head to toe)

Science experiment co-op idea: I made these with the summer camp kids and they were a blast! (Or do and be prepared to be covered in glitter from head to toe)

Siberian Husky Dog Water Color Art Painting Mouse Pad - portrait gifts cyo diy personalize custom

Siberian Husky Dog Water Color Art Painting Mouse Pad - portrait gifts cyo diy personalize custom

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