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    Many of you are already familiar with the old chalk trick for removing accidental oil stains on clothing.. like if you spill salad dressing on your favorite blouse, or you're cooking bacon in the frying pan splattering your favorite shirt with it's little "kisses". Some of you may be wondering, what do I use if I didn't catch the stain the first time around... well, take heart.. there's a fix for that.
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    Homemade Flower Drying Formula<br/>

    If your garden is producing beautiful flowers and you'd like to find a way to save them or reuse them in your own homemade dried arrangements you'll adore this simple, inexpensive homemade flower drying formula!
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    Homemade Maple Syrup<br/>

    While we prefer REAL old fashioned maple syrup like we used to get as kids when we grew up in New England, not everyone has multiple Maple trees in their yard, or time to boil sap into syrup for 20+ hours! So here's our favorite recipe for creating your own inexpensive Maple-Flavored syrup to replace the expensive corn syrup laden store-bought version. . .
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    How to make Homemade Edible Playdough<br/>

    Sometimes when little ones play, they have a tendency to eat what they're playing with. As moms, we try to be in 10 different places at once, watching them every second, but things happen and they move quickly. Here are a couple of our favorite Edible Playdough Recipes. Dough recipes that won't hurt your little ones if they eat some or all of it!
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    homemade anti-cellulite cream<br/>

    Say goodbye to those unwelcome lady-lumps, better known as Cellulite! If you have "dimply" looking problem areas on your thighs, legs, or belly, then this recipe is for you!
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    All Natural Homemade Talc-Free Baby Powder<br/>

    All natural homemade chamomile and lavender baby powder - an alternative to talc containing commercial powders.
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    Grow your own Antibacterial Bandages<br/>

    It's no secret that our family adores growing various herbs for seasoning, but we also love them for their medicinal qualities as well. If you've ever been outside with your children while they're playing, chances are you've had to stop what you were doing and run inside for a band-aid because someone skinned a knee or cut a finger, etc. Here's a fantastic plant that you can grow around your home (as well as in the windowsill inside!) that is edible and works wonderfully as an antibacterial bandage. . .
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    How to Cruise Dirt Cheap<br/>

    Vacations have a tendency to cost and arm and a leg, particularly if you happen to have children; but what if I told you that you could have an amazing international vacation for around $50 a day after taxes, fees and tips?
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    Jalapeno Pepper Jelly is a favorite when unexpected guests arrive. Cut a package of cream cheese in half, place it on a plate and pour half a jar of jalapeno jelly over it for an instant h'ourderve! They also make excellent gift basket additions.
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    Moles can wreak havoc on an otherwise gorgeous lawn. Here's our favorite tried and true recipe for getting rid of those pesky hole digging beasts!
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