Summer is here and it’s time to get your legs on fleek!. It’s skirt, shorts and bikini weather and it’s time to bare those legs! In this weeks how to DIY video, I will show you some of my tricks and techniques on how I shave my legs. My friends at EOS sent me over some of their new shaving cream line to try out and I show you guys how to do a wet shave and even a dry shave(with no razor burn ladies!!) Also, I show you how to make a DIY sugar scrub and my exfoliation routine! Time to get your legs ready for summer with this DIY!!
After my Korean Haul video, a lot of you requested for me to do a DIY video of these super cute hairbands! These DIY hairbands are easy to make and are super handy when getting ready in the morning or getting ready for bed in the evening. With some common and simple materials, you can make a few for yourself and other loved ones! I love using these to keep the hair out of my face when I am trying to get my face on fleek. If you haven’t watched my Korean Haul video, you can see it here: http://bit.ly/khaul
I love collecting minerals, especially geodes. There is something magical about minerals and gemstones. They are like a piece of heaven that fell from the sky. I love collecting geodes, but unfortunately, they can get expensive. I thought it would be great if we could DIY our own! I was inspired by Geode Eggs that I saw from Martha Stewart. However, instead of using fragile and tiny egg shells, I wanted to make our own base for these geodes! Today, we are going to make and grow our own pretty and sparkly geodes using polymer clay as a base! It’s a pretty easy DIY process that only involves a few ingredients and a few steps, and the result is so pretty!
Father’s Day is coming. Do you know what to get your father? Last year, I found a super cool top with taco prints on it. I immediately thought of Eric. He loved the shirt and wore it almost every other day until I told him he needs to stop. Anyhow, this year I thought about that top and transforming the cute taco prints to a pillow. This is a fun DIY for anyone who loves tacos. I mean look how adorable it is… look at those taco eyes!
Hey Everyone!!! I hope you all are enjoying the beautiful weather and outdoors. One of the things I love most about summer is cooking out. It’s such a wonderful time to get all your family and friends together and just enjoy food. Usually at a cookout, the guys are grilling and the ladies are chatting while snacking and drinking. Everything about a cookout is fun EXCEPT for those pesky bugs!
Therefore… for today’s DIY I’m showing how you can make cute mini Watermelon Citronella Candles. These candles will not only look amazingly adorable but they will help repel those pesky bugs.
Hey Everyone! Summer is here and today is all about our furry friends. Harley, my little Pomeranian hangs out in our yard a lot. There are times when the California heat is scorching hot and we can’t take the poof out with us. Therefore Harley hangs out in our patio, where he can walk around and stretch his shorty legs out on. Although half of our patio is covered in shade, I wanted to make Harley a little summer tent/teepee so he can have a place to feel safe and nap in. It also looks super adorable to see him in it!
Who here enjoys “Me Time”? I can’t think of anyone who will turn it down. A great way to make some “Me Time” is with a bath. Today I’m showing you how to make your very own Bath shelf. It’s super easy to make and will change your whole bath experience. I love having a shelf over my tub. It’s like my own personal spa. I get to decorate it with crystals, bath salt, and my favorite candles. You can also enjoy a glass of wine and read your favorite book.
Hello everyone! Spring is here and summer is coming very soon! With the amazing weather there are going to be lots of parties and showers. I thought about making a decor DIY for you space or declaration at an event. This light-up flower is the perfect backdrop for the season. You can make this for a wedding backdrop or baby shower. Change the colors to fit your theme. I am in love with this romantic looking flower frame. The best part was I didn’t have to spend tons of money buying the items. The flowers around are for sale and the frame was reused from an old picture. Happy creating everyone!
Whenever I think of my mum, I see her in the kitchen toiling over some crazy steamy and tasty concoction. The smells of Vietnamese spices would engulf the kitchen and the noises of kitchen pans and utensils clanging together made my stomach growl. Her Banh Xeo(Vietnamese stuffed crepes) makes me salivate just thinking about it. Gosh. Ok, back on topic. Mother’s Day is coming up and I started wondering what would be a great gift to give mum. Flowers eventually die, chocolates end up on the hips and shiny things lay forgotten in the jewelry box. However, Mom is always seeming in the kitchen, so something that she could use while making a tasty treat would be a delight. I was in Anthropogie the other day and fell in love with their ecclectic aprons, but wanted something with a little more personality. I have been loving colorful mono block prints on upholstery fabrics and thought that they would be perfect to make an apron with. It was just a matter of deciding to stop procrastinating and start to DIY aprons when my friend Elise of MyCupcakeAddiction came by on a stop from Australia. Both of us wanted to collaborate on Mother’s Day gift ideas and decided to get to work! Are you ready to make some super cute aprons using either a no-sew or sew technique? Well, read on!……