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I wear bronzer EVERY day. Summer, winter, spring - every day. I wear less in the winter but I still like the slight glow it provides no matter when I wear it. Well my favorite bronzer recently busted into lots of little pieces and so did my heart! Have you ever tried to use powder that is broken? Well heres the secret - Broken powder + rubbing alcohol = fixed powder! I used the end of my eye shadow brush to break up the chunks and loosen any corners. Bust up the loose corners and break down the large pieces. Add a couple drops of your rubbing alcohol. Make sure all the pieces get in on the alcohol action so that it all sticks together nicely. Use your finger to smooth it out. Here is the bronzer and eye shadow all finished. Once they were all smoothed out I realized just how little there was left of each.... and I wasnt happy about that!

After digging around in all the half used eyeshadows and lipglosses I found 2 similiar eyeshadows and bronzers to use! TA DA! DIY. Fashion Worship. Area Rug: Contemporary? Handmade? .. Crochet?? Eco-Friendly Bath Mat – DIY. Diy. I created this post for the Alt Summit blog.


In case you missed it, I am posting it here at the blog. You guys know I like business cards ;) So here's a very simple business card DIY for you! - 1" round punch - Pre-cut business cards - 1 sheet of label/sticker paper - Information stamp (I got mine from vistaprint - they have some free stamp designs available or you can pay $2-$3 or something to upload your own design!) - Scratch-off stickers (I got mine at ebay) Stamp your cards with your information. For this part, you'll need some kind of drawing software to create your circles. You could also do fortunes or even coupons if you have a shop. Since they were printed on the white label/sticker paper, they are really easy to just stick onto the card. Then take the scratch-off stickers and place them directly over your round stickers. and you're done!

I think these would be fun and memorable because they involve some effort on the receivers part to see the secret message underneath. Make an Ottomon Out of an Old Suitcase. This is really easy to make and, if you have the right scavenging abilities (and luck), then you can find many of the ingredients at little to no cost.

Make an Ottomon Out of an Old Suitcase

Recycling is always good! You can likely get the fabric, suitcase, plywood, and possibly the plumbing stuff all used/found in an alleyway or thrift store. Tools: Staple gun - I got the cheapest one they had at the hardware store, but a bigger one might be helpful depending on the weight of your fabric. My fabric was on the heavy side, so I probably should have been using bigger staples. Jigsaw - This you'll use to shape the plywood base to fit snugly into the suitcase. Screwdriver - This can be electric or manual. Utility knife - to cut the foam Materials: Suitcase - clearly, this is the most important part. Upholstery Fabric - I used a heavyweight, vintage upholstery fabric, but you could really use anything. Foam - The main structure of your seat will come from the foam you use.

Muslin - This is optional. Braided Headband DIY from A Beautiful Mess - StumbleUpon.

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Diy beauty. Diy home. Drunken watermelon on tap. I know what you're thinking: "What if I attached a faucet to a watermelon and filled it with spiked watermelon juice so party guests could serve themselves right from the melon?

drunken watermelon on tap

" Well, my husband finally turned that dream into a reality. After testing three different types of faucets and spending the entire afternoon of our housewarming party creating his masterpiece — only to have it clog just hours before guests arrived, resulting in a mad dash to Home Depot and the supermarket so he could do it all over again — he's now perfected the model so all you have to do is build it. Want to impress guests with a DIY watermelon keg of your own? Read on to find out how... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Rose Barrettes. With Valentine's Day coming up I designed these little girl's barrettes in celebration of the rose.

Rose Barrettes

I liked the idea that they could add a little Valentine's spirit to any outfit, and also to be used long after the big day. --Molly Materials Cutting Cut out all of the pieces from the Rose Barrette Pattern. One rosebud strip in color Aone 1st tier petal piece in color Aone 2nd tier petal piece in color Aone barrette top in color Bone barrette bottom (with a small slit cut as marked) in color B Making the Rosebud Roll the rosebud strip tightly, lining up the straight edge, starting from the smaller end to form a little rosebud shape as shown above.

Thread a length of embroidery thread that matches the color of the rose. Turn the rosebud 90-degrees and take another stitch through all the layers perpendicular to the first set of stitches. Pull this stitch tight and take another stitch in the same place. You will have a pretty little rosebud. Adding the Petals The rose is now finished! DIY Decoupage Napkin Eggs. I know what you're thinking... another decoupage egg tutorial??

DIY Decoupage Napkin Eggs

And sorry to disappoint, but yes. This concept has already been done numerous times this season, so I'm not sure who to give credit to. Just know that this is not my original idea. If you haven't heard of these yet, great! If you have, I hope you find some of my tips helpful in creating your own way of doing this craft. Supplies: Pretty napkins Plastic eggs ($0.35 - half off at Hobby Lobby) Mod Podge and felt brush Newspaper Saran wrap (not pictured) Once again - the supplies for this project are almost completely free!

What To Do: First, before you do anything - take your eggs out to a well ventilated area and spray paint them white. Next, remove the back layer of your napkin. There are two ways of approaching this. Or tear long strips. Mod Podge your pieces or strips onto your eggs, and place them on a piece of saran wrap to dry. You can certainly do this with scrapbook paper or even fabric. Crocheted Rose Pillow Tutorial. Sometimes Sharon and I are surprised by how much we're on the same page.

Crocheted Rose Pillow Tutorial

I'm not talking about how we're on the same webpage--that's a given. But take for instance, this pillow:We each took pictures of it at our Local Pier 1 at separate times, each thinking "I could make that". A few days ago, Sharon was over at my house (for the purpose of crafting, what else?!) And I showed her my work in progress and she immediately knew which pillow I was knocking-off because she had intended to do the same thing! Great minds truly do think alike. Back to the pillow--want to make one? Crochet hooks that correspond to the size of your yarn 2 balls of yarn (can be the same color) scrap fabric for making the pillow poly-fil a good old-fashioned needle and thread an embellishment for the center (maybe a pretty brooch or a big button) Before you start crocheting, you'll want to determine the size of your pillow. Now it's time to get crocheting. Live and learn, right?

Voila! P.S. DOMESTIQUETTE. Part 13 – Hemp Ball Accents. I finally added something to that wire basket on our entertainment center.

Part 13 – Hemp Ball Accents

It was shouting at me to fill her up. So I did. With some hemp ball accents. Nice and tightly wound with hemp cording. All snug in one place. How I did it? I found some thick hemp cording at Wal-Mart in the craft section……or maybe it was with the jewelry supplies. I started by smashing one end of the cord into the styrofoam ball, nice and flush with the surface of the ball……… that I wouldn’t have a lump after I started winding. Do you see from the side that it’s pretty flat against the ball? Anyway, then I used a hot glue gun to start winding the cord around itself. Then added more glue as I went, and winded more and more cord, flush against the ball. I kept winding, only using a little glue at a time (maybe 4 or 5 inch narrow line of glue on the ball, right next to the cording), and then pressed the cord nice and tight to the ball.

I kept winding, and kept it pretty tight. And then glue and wind the last bit down. Audible gasp. Re-purposing: Tshirts into 5-strand-braided-headbands. I was walking through Target a few weeks ago and noticed this little knit fabric headband that was not just braided together…….but woven.

Re-purposing: Tshirts into 5-strand-braided-headbands

I decided they were charging way too much for something that could be made with t-shirt scraps. And that means free. So there you have it. A nice and easy project to give my bad-hair-day head some love. (Or you may need one for working out. I kinda love it on my little girl . She always has little hair fly-aways that get into her face…….and this helps with that problem. It even works great with her hair down…..and keeps that hair tucked behind her ears. And yep, good for me too. Thanks little t-shirt scraps. Want to make your own? First, find some old t-shirts. Then, cut your fabric into long strips. Next, stack your 5 strips on top of each other and sew together at one end. Now, pull on each strip of fabric so that they kind of curl on the edges.

But let me explain a little better. First, you’ll work on the left side. And that’s it. This post is sponsored by: Two Girls Being Crafty. Craftgawker - StumbleUpon. & Blog Archive & 100 Best DIY Sites on the Web. 100 Best DIY Sites on the Web Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 6:06pm by Site Administrator DIY offers a great way to take on personal projects and make things your own.

& Blog Archive & 100 Best DIY Sites on the Web

Although often DIY focuses primarily on home improvement, the DIY ethic expands out to arts, technology, and so much more. Check out these categories and more in our list of DIY sites that’s sure to get you inspired to get up and make something yourself. Home Improvement In these sites, you’ll find fun and useful projects to take on at home. Arts & Crafts Whether you want to learn how to make your own macro lens, or just find a knitting pattern, these sites will have what you’re looking for. Tech Find everything you want to know about hacking gadgets, electronics, and more from these sites. Makezine: Learn how to make your own fun electronic and tech toys with this site.Freedom to Tinker: Check out this site to learn how to modify and repair tech devices.Hack This Site! Lifehacking General. Celery Craft for Preschooolers - Kids Activities. Burlap, lace, tweed OH MY. Why buy store-bought bows when you can make the prettiest ones ever?

It adds such a nice handmade touch to even store bought presents. AND they are reusable! I seen this post by Jessica and had a light bulb moment! Material: Any fabric, ribbon, or even paper I used Burlap, ribbon lace and tweed. First you want to cut your strips. For example, Large = 10” Medium = 9 “ Small = 8”. I didn’t measure the width, just eyeballed it, but I’d say to keep it around 1/2” to 3/4” You are basically making a figure eight and securing in the center. Once you have your 9 strips looped and secured, start stacking one ontop of the other. Take the wall mounting tape (I used 3M), peel one off, hot glue the sticky part and press onto the center bottom.

That’s it. I’m in love with them. I made these ones out of fabric and they are just as pretty: And Adelyn HAD to have one for her hair, so I put one on an alligator clip: Have fun! Happy Holidays!!! # kristanlynn xoxo. Mason Jar Love. There are just too many fun uses for these jars. My stash is ever growing, as I can’t seem to make it through Walmart without picking up a case. They’re just such a cheap investment. Craig thinks I’m nuts. BUT in my defense, I do plan on putting these beautiful little treasures to use.

From canning homemade salsa (have I mentioned that I planted a garden.. oh no, not the one you’re thinking of, that one died. So, I’ve scoured Pinterest, several blogs and Etsy to find some of the best uses and cutest ideas. I love the idea of mason jar candles. Look at these clever Save The Date’s. MMM. Instead of serving cans of soda, serve pint jars of lemonade and or sweet tea. I NEED these dish towels! Everyone is loving the mason jar chandeliers right now. This screen printed t-shirt is great. While everyone is raving over the chandeliers pictured above, myself included, I am obsessing over this Sconce!

Mason Jars as centerpieces? HELLO! AND my favorite! #kristanlynn xoxo. 帅不?!我也自己做了! 来自早安_范范在堆糖网的分享. DIY Bath Salts. So, I was at Michael's last week, and happened upon a huge jar of mineral/sea salt, it was cheap so I had to buy it. I knew it would come in handy at some point. It did. I decided to make a homemade bath soak. Super easy. Super Yummy! What you need: jar (I used the Ball jelly/jam jars measuring 250ml) mineral and sea salt essential oil (or in my case extract) food coloring small piece of fabric How to make it: Pour enough salt to fill a jar, or two. That’s it! You can use any scent you prefer. . # kristanlynn xoxo This post was sponsored my Little Miss Momma. I need to make this / diy ball jar soap dispenser. DIY Chalkboard Paint Ideas.

DIY. Alex Brooks from Kidspot has complied 20 fun Easter egg hunt ideas… Easter egg hunt fun idea #1: Use different coloured eggs by age Colour code the eggs you hide according to age so that means the littlies, or the two- to four-year-olds can hunt for blue eggs, while the older kids go for purple. Or have the boys hunt for green and the girls hunt for yellow. It means little kids have an equal chance to find the eggs while also fostering a co-operative spirit amongst the kids who will try to help the others gather the eggs they aren't entitled to. Easter egg hunt fun idea #2: Add letters to each egg so kids can make words Buy some alphabet stickers or write a different letter on the outside of each egg.

Easter egg hunt fun idea #3: Keep a record of the eggs It's worth trying to make a note of how many eggs you've hidden and some of the sneaky spots you managed to stash them. Easter egg hunt fun idea #4: Set hunt boundaries Easter egg hunt fun idea #5: Draw a map. 7 Pretty, Practical Jewelry Organizing Ideas Pictures. Rye Apple Fiber Bread and Google Friends Is Going Away. Before we get to today’s recipe I need to make an announcement regarding Google Friends. Over the past month you may have noticed that the follow badge for Google Friends no longer appears here on Spicie Foodie. Apparently Google is doing away with Google Friends. On March 1, 2012 all non-Blogger websites will be the first to be affected by the removal of Google Friends. The rumor is that Google Friends is being removed as a way of encouraging people to use Google+.

So please to those of you that follow Spicie Foodie on Google Friends make sure you add me on Google + or that you subscribe to the RSS feed on this page or you can also sign-up with your email by entering your email on the sidebar. Wednesday I shared the recipe for my Smoked Chicken, Vegetable and Adzuki Soup. The picture above is apple fiber powder. Rye bread is “THE” bread here, so rye flower is abundant. (If you would like to publish my recipe on your website please contact me first. 1. 2.

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