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Soap Blog: Slowing Trace Plus 5 Slow Moving Soap Recipes

Slow to trace Soap Recipes - this is useful for highly decorated soaps. Usually soaps with high amount of unsaturated fats trace slowly. Always consider your fragrance or essential oils as some do make the soap trace immediately or very fast!

Hazelnut Nougat Candies   +++keksunterwegs.de+++

Hazelnut Nougat Candies +++keksunterwegs.de+++

Das Erstlingswerk

Das Erstlingswerk

Pralinen - Amerikan Style - mit Erdnussbutter

Pralinen - Amerikan Style - mit Erdnussbutter

Lemongrass & Coconut Milk Cold Process Soap Recipe + Tutorial

Cold Process Lemongrass & Coconut Milk Soap Recipe // Vegan soapmakers aren't as limited as they think! Lots of plant milks made luxurious cold process soap as seen in this lemongrass + coconut milk soap recipe!

Einstein's Logik zu einem chaotischen Schreibtisch

Why You Should have a Messy Desk — Busy Building Things — Medium My principal needs to read this one.) Love the Einstein quote: "If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?

A collection of well over 200 handmade gift tutorials arranged into categories! A valuable resource, especially as Christmas comes up!

30 Handmade Gift Ideas for Men - Suburble A collection of well over 200 handmade gift tutorials arranged into categories! A valuable resource, especially as Christmas comes up!

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Thedan Script - used extensively by Gardnerian Witches Runic Alphabets - they served for divinatory and ritual purposes, as well as the more practical use; there are three main types of Runes; Germanic, Scandinavian/Norse, and.

Scottish Gaelic Alphabet Pronunciation - Bing Images

Alphabet Gaelic // AKA: The language with 18 letters, and every time you say a word you pronounce all the letters that AREN'T there

Alphabet Gaelic / Celtic // AKA: The language with 18 letters, and every time you say a word you pronounce all the letters that AREN'T there.

♡::♡ Celtic ♡::♡ Alphabet Gaelic / Celtic // AKA: The language with 18 letters, and every time you say a word you pronounce all the letters that AREN'T there.