Another DIY Ruffle/Floral Top. I’m loving the bright yellow!! (by mommagoround).
Kool-aid Lip Gloss (by meetthedubiens). Now this I have got to try.
100+ ways to creatively reuse old magazines (by chrysti.squarespace).
Every time I think of creamsicles my childhood flashes before my eyes. These were my favorite treat on a hot summer day, so I was pretty excited when I came across this easy recipe for Homemade Creamsicles (by Mrs Happy Homemaker). I’ll definitely be putting it to use this summer.
Thank you love! When you do be sure to share your results (:
I’ve got some things in the queue that use old glass jars/bottles. So keep an eye out (:
hope you have a good day.
aw, I’m so glad to hear that (: Thanks so much love & you have a good day as well (:
“1. First I french braid my bangs… just to get them out of the way. Of course this step is optional if your bangs are already at a manageable length… unlike my in the middle too long but, not long enough bangs.
2. Pull back a small section of hair on the top of your head… pin it.
3. Pull back another small section of hair from the sides of your head and pin it below the first pin.
4. Take the remaining hair and pin it up as a messy bun. I like to use Spin Pins from Goody. They work awesome! And, if you braided your bangs… you would also pin that back.
5. Use hair spray… if needed. And, you’re done! I like to put headbands/clips and trinkets in my hair… This time I strung a necklace next to the braid.
By the way… this hairstyle is meant to be very messy! I just do this to get my hair outta my face. Don’t stress if a few strands of hair find their way out… :D” (via ♥ The Paper Mama: hair)
check this one out too… A Cup of Joe- 3 twisted buns
This is the best thing ever, chalkboard paint!! Click the photo for the recipe and step by step instructions for the ^pictured chalkboard wall calendar (by Martha Stewart).
This cute “wall art” (by Design Sponge Online) is made from something we all have in our homes, toilet paper rolls!! I can’t wait to try this one out.
Toilet Paper rolls
Paint + brushes
1. Crush paper roll
2. Cut into approximately 5 equal parts don’t have to be exact
3. Place the rolls on a flat surface creating a desired pattern. spend time trying different compositions and patterns.
4. Glue where rolls are touching, hold with laundry pins to dry. You may use a stapler as an alternative, what ever is easier. I find that glue is easier for the younger kids.
5. You may paint and add sparkles. Sprinkle the glitter on the wet paint, this way it will sticks and you wont need any glue.
6. You may expend the pattern in to an organic cell growth. The challenge is when to say STOP.