Oh I love INSTAGRAM!!! Your blog is sooo cute!The pics are really nice, I made the laundry soap too and even have a tutorial on my blog it work great if you don't have a front loader!!! I even put the vinyl on a jar. FUN! IT looks great in the jars...love jars! The name of your blog is too cute also! Cameras are just wonderful pieces of technology! The book sharing is an excellent idea...I know I will bookmarking some of your shares....I followed you. Take care and thanks so much for visiting my blog that was so kind. Have a beautiful day! Dawn Gallop stampmom9 (swap-bot)
Thank you, you are so sweet!
I haven't even started my Project Life for 2013 yet and the year is more than half done! ~ Patti (PVMcHugh on Swap-bot)
I think I could do Project life since it's so much easier. I am seriously considering 'converting' over lol
Woohooo for homemade laundry soap! I made mine awhile ago and too lazy to photograph, but it's amaziiiiing.
It inspires me how you manage to fit these wonderful activities in your schedule. May bliss continually rain down on you! Have a great week ahead! :)- Mamieberry (Swap-bot; Follow Me #14)
The making your own Laundry soap is pretty darn cool. The dry variety is much easier anyway I think, especially if you are traveling.
I too make my own laundry soap but go the liquid route I made it last October and still have a gallon left....not bad for 5 people!Jbrooks351 swap-bot!
Homemade laundry soap sounds like something I need to try out! I make soap and bath fizzies but never thought about trying laundry soap!~davisbabe from Swap-Bot
I don't know what it is about my laundry soap recipe, but neither the liquid nor the dry has worked for me. btw, what are the specks of color in your laundry soap. Just curious.Your landscaping turned out nice.
The green is the Irish Spring soap and the pink is Gain unstoppables..I put fabric softener in the mix to make it smell better.