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DIY Stinky Feet Scrub and Soak Recipe from Nerds and Nomsense here. Call it “Tea Tree Oil and Peppermint Foot Scrub and Soak” and give it as a gift. Or combine this scrub with Small Good Things’ sachets for stinky shoes here and here. For more spa DIYs go here: diychristmascrafts.tumblr.com/tagged/beauty
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diychristmascrafts:

DIY Stinky Feet Scrub and Soak Recipe from Nerds and Nomsense here. Call it “Tea Tree Oil and Peppermint Foot Scrub and Soak” and give it as a gift. Or combine this scrub with Small Good Things’ sachets for stinky shoes here and here. For more spa DIYs go here: diychristmascrafts.tumblr.com/tagged/beauty

DIY Goodbye Stinky Shoes Sachet Tutorial from Small Good Things here. This can be used in drawers, shoes etc… Emi also lists a link to a tutorial she made for a sachet for really stinky shoes that I posted last winter here. One holiday season I gave shoe bags (yes they sound boring but make great practical gifts that can be made with fun fabrics and used for jewelry, etc…) and these would be a good addition.
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DIY Goodbye Stinky Shoes Sachet Tutorial from Small Good Things here. This can be used in drawers, shoes etc… Emi also lists a link to a tutorial she made for a sachet for really stinky shoes that I posted last winter here. One holiday season I gave shoe bags (yes they sound boring but make great practical gifts that can be made with fun fabrics and used for jewelry, etc…) and these would be a good addition.

DIY Lavender Eye Pillows. This tutorial also shows you how to run linen through your printer (although I’d probably use iron-on color-fast ink jet printer cloth), and I would also stick with flax seed and not rice. Also posting because this has an expensive boutique look to it and you could use muslin (with liner) instead of linen. Tutorial at Centsational Girl here.
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DIY Lavender Eye Pillows. This tutorial also shows you how to run linen through your printer (although I’d probably use iron-on color-fast ink jet printer cloth), and I would also stick with flax seed and not rice. Also posting because this has an expensive boutique look to it and you could use muslin (with liner) instead of linen. Tutorial at Centsational Girl here.