No tutorial this time sorry. Just wanted to show you my latest creation. A hanging lamp I made for my friend’s birthday present.
The older I get the more I realize that I choose either life or death in every decision I make. I can choose a doughnut or fruit and granola for breakfast.
I can choose to talk bad about someone or build them up. I can choose to smoke a cigarette or workout at the gym.
I let my spill plates for the burners on my stove get a little too nasty, so I decided to put this chemical free thing to the test.
I had seen a recipe for oven cleaner made with the Thieves cleaner and baking soda but I was out of baking soda. I do have some washing soda though!
Do you realize that the average woman exposes her body to over 300 dangerous chemicals per day? At least 80 of those are before she even eats breakfast. Did you know that the most popular baby shampoo, the one we use on our newborn babies rates a 10 for carcinogenics? That is the highest score possible! Do you want to take control of what your family is being exposed to?
During my prayer and personal time with the Lord I saw this and was told to purchase some and give them to 2 very powerful intercessors!
What a great Easter gift don’t you think?
I can’t wait to see what God has planned with it!
For this tutorial you will need:
- 5 yards of denim or 4 pairs of jeans and 3 yards of denim
- heavy duty sewing needles
- 2 packages bias tape
- rug backing
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DIY, How To Make An Up-Cycled Denim Shag Rug – Craft Tutorial- Episode 23- Final Episode
Yep this is it. The final episode for Designs by Kricket. Why? Well, if you must ask, it’s because i came to a cross roads. I found out how to live a chemical free life and suddenly became overwhelmingly aware of all the chemicals I’ve been using in my crafts! Talk about a scary revelation!
At lot of preachers teach the lie that we are not to ever judge, without teaching that we are in fact mandated to judge our own sin, and fight for justice, especially for the justice of those who are unable to fight for themselves. We are not supposed to judge the person who is sinning, or their motives, but no where in the bible does it say that we are supposed to ignore a person’s sin.