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Serendipity Frozen Hot Chocolate

Serendipity Frozen Hot Chocolate Recipe - this copycat recipe is spot on - if you have had the Serendipity Frozen Hot Chocolate before, you will feel like you are sitting in their cute cafe again surrounded by pink!-via Stella Butler- love this♡

Miracle Worker Stain RemoverMix together 1 t Dawn (stick with the traditional blue Dawn), 4 T Hydrogen Peroxide, and 2 T Baking Soda. Mix it together.

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The BEST Carpet Cleaning Trick

Toddlers are messy, I'm pretty sure it's built into their system. We live in an apartment that has carpet in the dining room (why, whyyy) and an over-zealous eating 2 year old. We've definitely had...

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Stain remover pens can be a godsend, but different stains (like chocolate, blood, or salad dressing) require different treatments to remove a spot for good.

The Best Way to Remove the Most Common Stains

Stain remover pens can be a godsend, but different stains (like chocolate, blood, or salad dressing) require different treatments to remove a spot for good.

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For the heart, I stamped it with VersaMark onto the chocolate card stock and heat embossed with about 4 layers of UTEE (stamp once...apply UTEE...heat until "droplets" of UTEE form...remove heat tool and quickly sprinkle on more UTEE...heat again...this time the UTEE will begin to smooth out to a glass-like finish...sprinkle on more UTEE...heat again...repeat as many time as you wish for depth). While the fourth layer was still molten, I pressed the Filigree stamp into it to give it that…

Nutella Reindeer Chow

Are you a Nutella fan? If so this treat is for you :) Nutella Reindeer Chow Recipe

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SWINESIDE CERAMICS - REMOVAL MEN - LARGE NOVELTY TEAPOT - NICKIE ROSS Signed

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How to Make DIY Carpet Spot Cleaner

See the chocolate spot on the carpet in front of the peroxide? (Click picture to see)

A genuine rare and classic 1930's Staffordshire teapot formed in the shape of a locomotive and decorated with green trim

1830s British Tea kettle at the Museums Sheffield, Sheffield - From the curators' comments: "This is a tea kettle. It was used at the table to keep a teapot supplied with hot water for making fresh tea. The kettle sits on a stand with a removable spirit lamp to keep the water hot. The kettle pivots on the stand, enabling water to be poured without removing it from the stand."