That is a long title- but it's all true. This stuff is amazing! I only use waterproof mascaras and try to use the most waterproof eyeliners I can find. You can read more about my foray into waterproof eyeliners here. This stuff gently dissolves every last trace of my makeup and does NOT burn my sensitive eyes. Seriously!
I have been leaving it out on my sink next to my face wash. I had showered the night before but was going out in a sleeveless top and my underarms looked a little stubbly. I'm used to standing in front of the mirror and shaving with a squirt of soap, but this time I decided to use my new makeup remover and it worked beautifully! The razor slid over my sensitive underarms so gently and left them super smooth! Greatness, I tell you!
1 scoop organic coconut oil 1 squirt castile soap (I used lavender because I love the scent and it is gentle. Do NOT use peppermint or tea tree as they will burn!)
Give it a good stir and keep it covered
Mine has stayed a pretty soft/ semi liquid consistency which is perfect to dip my fingers into. I rub a tiny bit on my eyes, massage it in a little, then wash my face with my usual gentle face wash and use a wet washcloth to help (gently) rub it off.
This small amount lasts me a few weeks- a little goes a long way!
PS- my favorite lids to use with mason jars (I also used them here)
Before I start, do you know what cornhole is? Apparently it's a midwestern thing. If you've never heard of it, all it is is a bean bag toss game. Think horseshoes, but tossing bags (corn filled) onto a platform with a hole in it. Get your bag onto the platform or through the hole to score points.
Our cornhole set came with crappy bags. They were made of cheap vinyl and looked like they would fall apart at any second. Hubby requested I make him a new set and I couldn't say no!
Cornhole requires 2 people, or 2 teams to participate. Each player/ team gets a set of 4 bean bags. So I needed to make 8 bags total. Hubby isn't picky, so I used fabric I already had in my stash, making this a very cheap project! I used canvas duck cloth because it is durable and somewhat dirt resistant.
Cornhole bags are supposed to be about 6.5 inches. I cut my squares 7 inches.
With right sides together I sewed around the perimeter with a straight stitch. Be sure to leave a gap for turning and filling the bags! I left about a 3 inch opening and it was plenty.