Wengie Talks About Edible School Supplies

Wengie teaches us a recipe for making edible crayons with gelatin and your favorite jelly. She also has a  recipe for making edible pencil shavings. Take a Brazil nut and carve it into the shape of a pencil and the use a little pencil sharpener to make the shavings.

 

Wengie has an idea for making erasable pens edible by replacing the with musk sticks. You can also dig out the eraser from a pencil and replace it with grape Bubba Gum. Wengie takes a food coloring pen and decorates it like a Sharpie marker. See this video and join in the fun.

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Chaz Dean’s WEN Hair Care Line Is Perfect For All Hair Types

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Not only are the results in Emily’s review inspiring, which she shows off in before and after pictures she took during the week, but thousands of other women have had success using the formula. At the very least, WEN cleansing conditioners are a must try for women who are searching for a good product to use that is all natural. A great addition to WEN’s great results is the fact that it can save time and money that would go towards buying and using other shampoos, detanglers, overnight conditioners, and more.

WEN cleansing conditioners are by far Chaz Dean’s most popular product on QVC, since they have had amazing benefits for many women out there. Even celebrities have taken to using this special product from Chaz Dean, which is helped by his long time history and reputation in the industry as well. In any case, thanks to WEN’s effectiveness as an all natural product as well as its low cost, there is no better time to try out a bottle of WEN than today. Bottles vary in size, but they average around $40 dollars and can be purchased online from Sephora, Ebay, and other select retailers, see: https://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E.

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How to Create School Supplies That Will Make You Want to Study

Let’s face it; school supplies are boring, but Wengie’s video of school supply hacks shows they don’t have to stay that way. With just a few easy steps, you can quickly turn your school supplies into tools that will actually make you want to study!

Most of these hacks can be done with things you already have around the house or can find at your local craft or dollar store. Once you see how quick and easy these hacks are, you will find yourself wanting to try all of them.

Wengie starts out with an idea so simple it makes you wonder why you haven’t already tried it. Wengie shows us how “in just a few seconds, you can turn your highlighter into a rainbow.” She takes it one step further, showing how to create a watercolor look by just adding a bit of water.

She also shows you how to create your own unique pencils with washi tape, and demonstrates how easy it is to make a sharpener to go with them. Prefer to write in pen? Well, she’s got some hacks for that as well, including how to make your own quill pens.

Some of the other hacks, there are 12 in all, include using sharpie markers to create colorful staples, making USB holders out of erasers, and my favorite, a sticky note holder you can keep in your binder to help keep you organized.

Watching her create these hacks as well as introducing the viewer to her cats, makes this an enjoyable 11 minutes, even if you don’t intend to follow any of her ideas.

 

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