Eye bags: 1. Add 1 teaspoon of backing soda in a glass of hot water or tea and mix it well. 2. Take a pair of cotton pads and soak them in the solution and place them under the eye. 3. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes, then rinse it off and apply a moisturizer Practicing this procedure daily will render amazing results in just a week. by bleu.

Eye bags: Add 1 teaspoon of backing soda in glass of hot water or tea and mix it well. Take a pair of cotton pads and soak them in the solution and place them under the eye. Let it sit for minutes, then rinse it off and apply a moisturize

I like the water pad with a bench. Photo courtesy of Babble http://www.pinterest.com/pin/564849978237128280/

Forget The Pool, Build Your Own Water Park Instead

View a gallery of pictures of our splash pads and splash parks. See how you might incorporate a backyard splash pad or community splash water park.

Look at this fabulous backyard water park that my husband (I mean my 3rd child) custom built in our backyard!!! It has a dump bucket, slides, water cannons, a kiddie section, squirting palm tree, and more! The water is chlorinated and recirculates.  This is not a pool....this is not a splash pad....it's one of a kind!!! It is the first ever residential waterpark!!! It was not expensive to build either. Probably about the same as an above ground pool.

I want this on our pool ;) It has a dump bucket, slides, water cannons, a kiddie section, squirting palm tree and more!

Rubber Dockie 18x6-Feet Floating Water Pad

18 Ft Floating Water Mat Aqua Pad for Boats, Lakes, Rivers - Rubber Dockie

Splash Pads for the Home and Backyard | Rain Deck

Adding a residential splash water pad has become a growing trend, replacing pools and even as a splash pool tie-in. Design your own backyard splash pad park

iFloats Water Pad Party Float with High Flotation Floating Foam Pad for Water Recreation and Relaxing

The best floating water mat will quench your thirst for having fun in the water. Floating water mats gives you fun water time with friends and family.

Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad - Joyful Abode

Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad

Totally making one this summer! Beat the Summer Heat with a DIY Cool Water Pad

The summer weather is extremely enjoyable and as one of the most relaxing seasons, summer is a great time for backyard parties, family picnics and lots of dreamy hammock lounging. At the same time, it’s great time for you to show your genius DIY skills to complete a few amazing backyard projects. If you are [...]

These 27 DIY Backyard Projects For Summer Are Extremely Cool

The summer weather is extremely enjoyable and as one of the most relaxing seasons, summer is a great time for backyard parties, family picnics and lots of dreamy hammock lounging. At the same time, it’s great time for you to show your genius DIY skills to

Forget The Pool, Build Your Own Water Park Instead

Forget The Pool, Build Your Own Water Park Instead

Is it a water feature, an outdoor shower or some combination of both? No matter what it is, I think it would be refreshing on a hot day. on The Owner-Builder Network  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/water-features-ideas-1/aaaaaddddd-4.jpg

Have Fun In The Backyard This Summer!

Outdoor shower/water day for kids.Could easily be made with hollow box uprights, run the water tube through one and the top hollow box with a PVC tube that you drill holes in for the water to run out. Faux paint it to look like copper, really pretty easy.

Phoenix Arizona Landscaping Contractor | Poco Verde Pools and Landscape Inc

Backyard splash pads do not have the same maintenance as a pool, but can still provide relief to those hot Gilbert, Arizona summers!

Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water.  The article includes directions for making the lily pads. a printable pattern that you can download, and several frog themed math activities that are appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, prep, aged children.

Frog Counting Activity for Your Sensory Bin or Water Table

Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water. The article includes directions for maki (Table Top Activities)

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