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Wall art featuring a special quote or song lyrics is a great DIY project. The words can be very personal like a line from your wedding song or just for fun like what I've done here. In this DIY project, I'll show you how to make these dreamy watercolor letters to spell out anything you like. Here are the supplies you'll need: large canvas board like this watercolor paints large flat watercolor paint brush watercolor paper alphabet stencil scissors glue water and paper towels Think about the length of the quote when buying the canvas board and stencil.
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Few people enter our home and see this simple wall hanging without stopping to read it. Some have even asked to photograph it. It's simply a photocopied page in a book that my husband found inspiring. For us, art doesn't have to be expensive, but if it's going to hang on our walls, it should be meaningful, sentimental. It can be printed on card stock, book cloth or fabric . Follow the links for full tutorials!
Supplies needed: Acrylic dabbers, photocopy of an image, water spritzer bottle, paintbrush, card stock, craft sheet and heat tool (optional) Take the lid off the dabbers and brush the paint onto the card stock, ensure you get a good coverage Take your photocopied image ( remember that you will get a reverse of the image, so don't use bold words), flip it over and place it in the acrylic. Lightly press it down making sure it's smooth and not wrinkled Leave to air dry for at least 15 minutes and then if you wish give it a blast with the heat tool Only move onto this step when you are sure your paint is completely dry Take your water filled spritzer bottle, spray the back of the paper no more than two squirts, you don't want it too wet
photo credit: pauladeen.com post designed by lauren conrad It’s official. Spring has arrived. That means it’s time to shed those layers and show some skin. Unfortunately, our limbs have been hiding all winter long and may not be looking their prettiest. To bring dull skin back to life, try this refreshing body scrub.
It's almost sandal season... Coffee is an excellent base for an exfoliating body scrub. While sugar and salt are all the rage, I’m a girl in love with her coffee [I wake up every day simply to get my hands on a hot mug of it].
There are times when it feels as if the world is asking more of you than you can possibly bare to give. As your body and spirit start to rebel, the warning signs mount: tension headaches go on for days, you burst into tears when the copy machine jams, you catch a cold three times in one month . Instead of hunkering down and plugging along, it’s time to refill the tank that is running on fumes alone. That’s when you ask yourself, if I could do anything this weekend, what would it be?
I've used my cinnamon oil for a delicious lip scrub that I must share! Legitimately, you could lick it off your lips it's that good. Lip scrubs are a wonderful way to exfoliate the lips during winter months when they become dry and they only take a minute to make at home. This is the recipe I used:
There are plenty of natural-ingredient hair care products on the shelves these days, but you'll know exactly what you're putting on your head if you whip up your own treatments made mostly from things you can find around the kitchen. Whether you embrace your locks' natural hue or color-treat them, there's always room for more vibrance and shine. But don't rely on a fumy, bottled enhancer for results. Instead, restore your shade with nourishing foods from the pantry. With these these temporary color-intensifying glosses for blondes, redheads, and brunettes, you'll get similar effects to using store-bought products, but without the fragrances, dyes, or chemicals.
Photo Used Under a Creative Commons License - Copyright © Limonada Photo Used Under a Creative Commons License - Copyright © Limonada Lost in a stack of magazine piles? Does your periodical collection make you a nominee for the tv show Hoarders? Love the eco-chic look?