The orange smells so good, too. Well, they all smell good. You get the scent from adding essential oils, and you get the color from food coloring. You can make any combination you want! Most of the food coloring packages give you a chart on the back for how to mix different colors. That came in handy!This is also retired DSP. I've used up alot of my retired paper lately!! It's almost time to order some new stuff, but it's so close to the new catty, I think I'll hold off till then so I know all my paper will be current for a while, especially since we are going back to one catty a year!!!
And finally, Peppermint Bath Salts. I'm not sure if I like these or the chocolate better. I just walk by and sniff them sometimes. I really like how they are striped pink and white. I really wanted them to be red and white, but no matter how much red food coloring I put in, it just stayed pink. So I worked with it and made everything pink. You can't really tell in the picture, but even the ribbon is pink and white stripes. It's perfect!
Here's the group shot. Oh, I almost forgot, I spray painted the lids so they wouldn't clash with the paper. Just a nice finishing touch. I stayed home from church this morning, because both boys are sick. Sam took Amanda to church, so he'll probably stay home tonight so I can go. I hope it ends with the boys and the rest of us don't get it. I have to go check on the kiddos and catch up on house work that was neglected all week. I was in my stamp room constantly trying to finish up "just one more thing" for the craft fair. So, I'll see you later.