DIY Bath Bombs Tutorial and Recipe from Transient Expression. All ingredients, even the citric acid (bought at Whole Foods) can be bought at supermarkets. Rachel experimented with several recipes because she lives in a high humidity area. She finally came up with a high humidity Bath Bomb mixture that doesn’t fizz out before you get it in the mold.
DIY Science Valentine’s Day Cards Printables from Evil Mad Scientist. I look forward to Evil Mad Scientist’s Valentine’s Day cards every year. This year they are featuring hearts, arrows and love in their equations. You can download all 18 cards at the Evil Mad Scientist link.
Below are the 2013 and 2014 Science Valentine Printables. 2013 was equation heavy and 2014 was symbol heavy.
DIY Key Necklace Tutorial from The DIY Dreamer. I like to use ball chain for heavier keys (sturdier), but you can use whatever you have on hand. A few years ago I made lots of key jewelry – finding antique keys, having them cast in sterling silver and then stringing them on sterling silver ball chain. You can also look for old wonderfully shaped keys at antique stores, junk stores etc… I also added appropriate messages for each buyer/friend:
- The Key to My Heart
- The Key to Success
- The Key to Happiness
- The Key to Success (in your new job)
- The Key to Wisdom
- You Hold the Key to My Heart
You could also add a symbol charm to go with the key to give it more meaning to you and the recipient. See the infographic I posted on symbols and meaning for jewelry here.