Angela Hayter
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This Classic Vanilla Cake pairs fluffy vanilla cake layers with a silky vanilla buttercream. The perfect cake for birthdays, weddings, or any occasion! | livforcake.com

This Classic Vanilla Cake pairs fluffy vanilla cake layers with a silky vanilla buttercream. The perfect cake for birthdays, weddings, or any occasion!

This amazing Birthday Cake Icing Recipe is easy to make and delicious! My favorite go-to vanilla buttercream frosting that pairs perfectly with cakes and cupcakes for dessert and a party!. More on livingsweetmoments.com

This amazing Birthday Cake Icing Recipe is easy to make and delicious! My favorite go-to vanilla buttercream that pairs perfectly with cakes and cupcakes. Love me some dessert! More on livingsweetmoment.

How To Make Your Own Shower Jelly For Strong, Soft Skin - One Good Thing by Jillee

Since the closest LUSH store is a drive away, I thought I’d see if I could create my own “shower jelly” at home. It turned out to be quite easy, and I’m really enjoying using it! Here’s how you can make your own shower jelly at home, too.

Learn how to make your own solid bubble bath in this easy to follow tutorial. This recipe can be customized with a variety of scents and colors!

The fragrance used to scent this recipe has lovely notes of apple blossom, white musk and Italian bergamot.

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E l l e S e e s: DIY Shower & Bath Jellies (LUSH Inspired) I ended if I could makes this all natural and vegan friendly :)

Chamomile Lavender Oatmeal Milk Bath - soothing and pampering and perfect for…

Chamomile Lavender Oatmeal Milk Bath - cup whole fat dried milk cup baking soda cup ground oats (put cup oats in your food processor and process until finely ground) drops therapeutic grade lavender essential oil cup dried chamomile flowers

Homemade Bath Salts - 3 c sea salt or kosher salt, 5 c Epsom salt, 1 c baking soda, gel food coloring, essential oil.

Homemade Bath Salts - 3 c sea salt or kosher salt, 5 c Epsom salt, 1 c baking soda, gel food coloring, essential oil. I would use natural food coloring instead.