Soap-Pops for Kids of All Ages!

Written by Lisa Maliga

The following recipe isrepparttar perfect project to make for kids of any age. Not only is it simple to make, it’s an educational lesson in weights and measures. Best of all, it’s quick, no dangerous chemicals are used, and not a lot of equipment is needed. What is a Soap-Pop? A bar of soap on a stick that looks and smells like a popsicle. Unfortunately, it doesn’t taste like one!

INGREDIENTS: 6 – 8 ounces of glycerin melt and pour soap. Translucent or opaque. 6-pack of popsicle molds Soap color[s] 1/4 teaspoon essential and/or fragrance oils INSTRUCTIONS:

To determine what size popsicle molds you have, fill one of them almost torepparttar 116257 top with water. Emptyrepparttar 116258 water into a measuring cup and that will give you an accurate measurement. The molds used in this recipe held 1 ounce, therefore 6 ounces of soap was needed. You can add a 1/2 ounce more of soap to be onrepparttar 116259 safe side.

Cutrepparttar 116260 soap into cubes.

Addrepparttar 116261 soap torepparttar 116262 double boiler OR microwave. Include a small piece ofrepparttar 116263 color nugget, approximately ¼ ofrepparttar 116264 cube. Too much color will causerepparttar 116265 soap to ‘bleed.’ Always start by adding less, then increasing if necessary.

Why You Never Have To Pay Retail Prices For Anything - Ever Again

Written by Tukshad Engineer

I step into my local mall, and into a leading top brand clothes store. I see a jumper I like and while feelingrepparttar soft material casually lift uprepparttar 116256 price tag - and I almost feint with disbelief. How much??? That's more than I make in 2 days! I quickly stop caressingrepparttar 116257 fabric and head toward Big Als Unbranded Clothes Discount Centre for a sweater within my budget range (which unfortunately will no doubt look as if it were knitted by my 5 year old Niece.)

Sounds familiar? Well it really need not be this way. It actually amazes me how many people do not use wholesalers and government auctions to save money on just about anything they could ever wish to purchase. It's possible to get regular discounts of 50% and more on top brand items just by knowing WHERE to shop.

Let us begin by looking at Government Auctions. While this article will focus onrepparttar 116258 USA and UK it's worth noting that government auctions are held in many other countries too. A government auction is held to auction off various items (often at rock bottom prices) thatrepparttar 116259 government has legal ownership of. The type of items auctioned by various government agencies include vehicles, electronics, real estate, computers, jewellery and a lot more.

Inrepparttar 116260 UK,repparttar 116261 types of government agencies that will offer up bargain goods and properties includerepparttar 116262 police and C&E - there are also private liquidation's due to corporate bankruptcies. Many hundreds of auctions are held yearly and there are scores of bargains to be had in most of them. It's not unusual to pickup a brand new widescreen TV at £30 or top spec PCs and laptops from a mere £200. It's possible to learn more here:

Inrepparttar 116263 USA there are also similar bargains to be had, andrepparttar 116264 government agencies often auction off cheap land and properties in addition torepparttar 116265 usual range of electronics, vehicles and household goods. Just some of repparttar 116266 bargains in recent times include assorted jewellery $600 in value being sold for just $20 and an actual house being sold at 50% below its market value. More information on government auctions inrepparttar 116267 USA is available here:

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