Do you whiten your teeth?? I had always considered it, but I have got such *sensitive* teeth that I worried that I would really hurt them with all those harsh chemicals. Well, I just recently got a chance to review Evora Plus, a new Probiotic mint that naturally freshens breath, supports healthy teeth and gums, and naturally whitens teeth. And, let me tell you I am PLEASED!! Not only have my teeth whitened at least a shade, but my mouth is feeling a lot healthier in general. Yippee!!
You've probably heard about probiotics. I've been seeing them in the news everywhere from their aid in digestive ailments to improving colic in young babies. The idea behind the Evora plus mint is that the probiotics it contains actually attack the bad bacteria in your mouth, under the gum line, on the tongue, etc. And, a happy by-product of the mint is a low level of hydrogen peroxide which helps to naturally whiten teeth slowly over time without the need for high doses.
You have really got to try this mint. So, with the help of Evora Plus, I am doing a giveaway!! The winner will receive a months worth of mints, and believe me....it's amazing what this product can do in that kind of time!!
Here's how it works:
(Make sure to leave a comment for each type of entry you do!!!!)
Disclosure: For the purpose of this review and giveaway I was provided with product from Evora Plus. The review is written in my own words and entirely in my own opinion. I am a woman of my word (sometimes **too** many words, I have been told)....If I don't like something you will know it, promise!! :-)
Here is the block print that I made for my Mother In-Law for Mothers day. It's of her favorite car, one that she used to own and always relied on. She speaks of it with reverence. :-) I've heard her talk about it enough that I thought, "Why not make a car print?"
Why not indeed. It turns out I don't have any woodworking tools for making wood block prints. I had thought about lineoleum....but I wanted to use materials that I had around. I found a piece of plywood and an exacto knife. I sketched a design based off from some images I found online and then started scratching away the negative space. The plywood was really handy....all the different layers made it pretty easy for separating. I was expecting it to be quite a process to do this project with the right tools....but, it turned out that I had what I needed. I love the way it turned out. :-)
I found the frame at Goodwill (where else?!?!) and painted a layer of acrylic Hydrangea paint on it.
Before it was fully dry I rubbed it off in spots to give it that aged look. The background behind the painting is a polyester fabric that I just tacked onto some matting.
So, here's the deal. I made quite a few prints and I've never done a giveaway....so, why not?? I'm going to make it a little funky, though.
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