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Soap Making Bible: DIY Guide for Beginners (soap making supplies,soap making boo… Soap Making Bible: DIY Guide for Beginners (soap making supplies,soap making books for beginners, soap making form, soap making materials, soap making scents, soap making the natural way, herbal soap by Louise Keller, www.amazon.com/…

Soap Making Bible: DIY Guide for Beginners (soap making supplies,soap making books for beginners, soap making form, soap making materials, soap making scents, soap making the natural way, herbal soap by Louise Keller, www.amazon.com/…

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DIY LAUNDRY SOAP RECIPE with Dr Bronner's 2 cups hot water ⅓ cup of salt… DIY LAUNDRY SOAP RECIPE with Dr Bronner's 2 cups hot water ⅓ cup of salt {works as a abrasive to help clean stains} 1 cup of washing soda {found in laundry aisle} can also just use plain baking soda! 1 cup Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap in liquid form {Found in the natural body products section at my Meijer. I adore the scent of the French Lavender!} Clean empty gallon milk jug

DIY LAUNDRY SOAP RECIPE with Dr Bronner's 2 cups hot water ⅓ cup of salt {works as a abrasive to help clean stains} 1 cup of washing soda {found in laundry aisle} can also just use plain baking soda! 1 cup Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap in liquid form {Found in the …

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Victorian trade cards are an early form of collectible advertising. Popularized… Victorian trade cards are an early form of collectible advertising. Popularized after the Civil War by businesses, they offer a colorful and diverse look at popular culture and society in the late 1800s. Trade cards originated in England in the 1700s with tradesmen advertising their wares. source Trade cards originated in England in the 1700s with tradesmen advertising their wares. But the advent … Read More

Victorian trade cards are an early form of collectible advertising. Popularized after the Civil War by businesses, they offer a colorful and diverse look at popular culture and society in the late 1800s. Trade cards originated in England in the 1700s with tradesmen advertising their wares. source Trade cards originated in England in …

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