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Who will be baking/cooking/doing homemade gifts this Christmas holiday for your family and loved ones? Care to share recipes/ideas?

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      Magali17 wrote Dec 3, 2009
    • Bath Salt Recipe

      Materials:

      Bottle or Jar
      Epsom Salts
      Food Coloring
      Perfume or Essential Oil
      Instructions:
      Combine the desired amount of Epsom salts (enough to fit in your bottle or jar) with food coloring. Mix well so color is even. Add your perfume or essential oil and mix again. Spread the mixture out on a sheet of wax paper to dry for a couple of hours and then put it in the bottle or jar.

      While the salts can be used right away, the perfume or essential oil will blend better with the salt if it is allowed to set in the jar for a few weeks.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Dec 3, 2009
    • I’m at an advantage here. My business makes it easy for me to give out home made gifts and my business partner is a specialty baker so together we‘re lethal!

      I must admit though that I do a lot more than chocolate. I love to make homemade bread, give it in a basket as a gift and include the recipe and the ingredients to make it themselves afterward.




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