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How To Make Orange Honey Lotion Bars on Thank Your Body at http://thankyourbody.com/orange-honey-lotion-bars/

{Orange honey lotion bars} Tablespoons of raw honey ounces organic beeswax ounces organic shea butter ounces organic coconut oil - 1 tablespoon olive oil (optional) drops of organic sweet orange essential oil ( 5 bar recipe)

TO KEEP RODENTS OUT OF THE CHICKEN COOP: Plant Some Mint, a natural rodent repellent.  Spearmint, peppermint,  wintergreen, even lemon balm which is also in the mint family, will all help deter mice.  Try planting some mint around the coop and run in the spring.  Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round.

Keep Rodents out by planting mint around the coop. Spearmint, peppermint, wintergreen, even lemon balm all help deter mice. Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round. (I am surrounding my house with mint.no more mice for me)

An excellent piece with a very special style, perhaps not suitable for any decor for its uniqueness. This inner rocker made with wooden boards from recycled pallets, will be an excellent piece of f…

DIY Saturday idea - build a porch swing from a chair! Take ordinary recycled items and create a porch swing chair or bed. Watch a video for the ultimate swing.

Another interesting project from Manou is the one that you can see in these images. They are several pallet planters to plant climbing plants like vines. The pallets are deconstructed to obtain the…

Another interesting project from Manou is the one that you can see in these images. They are several pallet planters to plant climbing plants like vines. The pallets are deconstructed to obtain the…

Corner sofa using pallets 1

This is another corner sofa that Greg has created stacking some pallets, in this case in black so it suites easily with any decor or cushions, and also due to its black color it will require less m…

paintstick garden markers

Cool idea: DIY: Garden Stakes from paint stir sticks. Choose your colors to all coordinate or use bright primary colors. These would look great if you wrote down the scientific name next to trees and bushes. A great idea for landscape or vegetable garden.