What Would Connie Do?  Ask your questions at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com Cheryl B. sent me a Facebook message…  “I have a request for a Tuesday two-minute tip. Would you please do one about those rotary stamps? The big one especially, I just can’t seem to get a good image with it. I really love being able to make up my own sayings, I just wish I could get a good solid print.”

Dear Cheryl,

What a GREAT question!  I have that stamp and I really haven’t used it that much.  You’re right when you say it’s great for making your own sayings.  Tell ya what… I will make a 2-Minute Tuesday Tip video sharing some ways to get a good, solid image with that stamp.  Sound good?  I’ll post it next week.

Beverly K. also sent me a Facebook message to ask…. “Do you happen to still have the recipe for the sugar scrub from a couple years back?  Miss you my friend!”

Dear Beverly,

Miss seeing you too, Beverly!  (Beverly and I live in the same state and she’s a fellow Stampin’ Up demonstrator).  I do have that recipe.  With the holidays so close, it’s a great time to share this project!
 
Pretty Sweet Sugar Scrub - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com Pretty Sweet Sugar Scrub - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com  

PRETTY SWEET SUGAR SCRUB 

  • 2 c. sugar
  • 1/4 c. of pink Palmolive dish soap (it says Soft Touch on the bottle.  You can also use the pink Dawn dish soap made with Olay)
  • Small Mason Jar

Pour the sugar and dish soap in a mixing bowl.  Mix it up really good and pour into mason jar.  

Put about a tablespoon on your hand (don’t measure this – just dip your hand in and scoop a little out).  Scrub your hands until the sugar has dissolved completely – about 60-seconds.  It’s cool because it almost hurts a little when you first start scrubbing but it feels good too.  The sugar starts massaging your hands.  Rinse and say OMG!  That’s what my kids said when they tried it!  

I bought the dish soap for $2.00 and it should make about 10-15 scrubs so this will make a great Christmas gift.  

Here is the file for the My Digital Studio tag that I made for it.  Just cut it out with your Circle Framelits or 2 1/2″ Circle Punch.

CLICK HERE to download the labels for PRETTY SWEET SUGAR SCRUB

And hey, FYI, the Early Espresso Tulle that I used is actually on the Clearance Rack 60% off!

Here are the other products I used.  Just click on a photo to order!

Early Espresso 3-1/2" Scalloped Tulle Ribbon

Early Espresso 3-1/2″ Scalloped Tulle Ribbon
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$6.95  $2.79

Keep the emails and Facebook messages coming guys!  I really love answering your questions every Thursday!

Be sure to join me tomorrow.  I have a Christmas FLASH CARD 2.0 to share with you!

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