This incredibly soothing face mask uses almond pulp, which is that dry stuff you have leftover when you make almond milk.
It has a very softening effect and works well on dry & combination skin. With a few extra ingredients I’m sure you already have in your kitchen, you can make yourself a cheap and easy, all natural face mask without any nasty stuff hidden in it. The Face Mask 1 generous tablespoon almond pulp1/2 of a ripe banana1 tablespoon almond milk1 drop of peppermint oil2 tablespoons oats* *Standard rolled oats are not raw, so if you’re set on the raw path, you can use raw oats. The Directions.
Raspberry Moji-rita - Steep Thoughts. Fresh mint, tangy lime and a sugared rim.
We’ve combined two classic cocktails to make something fruity, minty and utterly refreshing. Featuring Raspberry Mojito tea. Raspberry Moji-rita Ingredients 8 Perfect Spoonfuls of Raspberry Mojito tea 1.5 cups hot water 4oz tequila 2oz Triple Sec 1/3 cup lime juice 1 tablespoon granulated sugar 10 fresh mint leaves ice 4 lime slices 4 fresh mint sprigs 2 lime wedges (used for the sugar rim) 1/4 cup granulated sugar (used for the sugar rim) Directions. Green Tea infused Coconut Moisturizer - Steep Thoughts. This luxuriously creamy green tea-infused coconut moisturizer is everything we could’ve dreamed of and more.
With hydrating coconut oil and our antioxidant-packed Japanese Sencha green tea, this ultra-rich formula has been keeping our skin silky smooth and moisturized 24/7. We even added a few drops of soothing eucalyptus oil for an extra cooling effect – perfect after a day in the sun. DIY tea infused bath bombs - Steep Thoughts. Why bring mom to the spa when you can bring the spa to her?
All it takes is this tea-infused bath bomb. If she’s like our mothers, she probably loves a long relaxing soak in the tub before bedtime. Matcha Green Tea Scrub - Steep Thoughts. DIY Face Masks You Can Make With Things at Home - PureWow. Sure, we love impulse-splurging at Sephora as much as the next gal, but our wallets are feeling a bit, um, thin these days.
You don’t need to sacrifice your skin-care routine in your quest to save a couple bucks, though. Here are five easy DIY face masks you can make with ingredients lying around your kitchen. Turmeric Face Mask: This pantry staple has all sorts of good-for-you properties and is a major anti-inflammatory agent. If you’re looking to clear up adult acne (the true bane of our existence) or just perk up your skin a bit, mix some turmeric, honey and aloe vera for a soothing and smoothing mask. (We love these recipes.) Homemade Organic Strawberry Lip Gloss - The Story of Five. The Best Makeup Vaults To Give To Beauty Lovers This Christmas. 5 Bath Scrubs You Can Make in Your Kitchen. 5 DIY Ways to Embellish Notecards and Greeting Cards for Spring - Paper and Stitch. With Easter and Mother’s Day coming up soon and a whole lot of thank you cards to write, I thought it would be fun to come up with some DIY ideas for cards.
So I teamed up with The Paper Mill Store to bring you 5 do-it-yourself ideas for decorating and making cards for any occasion. Use them for holidays, birthdays, thank you cards, etc. Supplies and Other Info: The main supplies I used consisted of standard sheets of paper, in various thicknesses and colors. All from The Paper Mill Store. If you don’t know about this online paper shop yet, they offer a huge variety of papers, card stock, envelopes, and more. As far as folding techniques, for the most part, I used a combination of folding my paper once in half, like a hamburger, and folding it a second time in the opposite direction for the smaller cards (unless otherwise noted). How to Marbleize Paper - Trials & Errors. Maybe it's how we're wired as humans, but designs found in nature seem to be the most loved of all.
Take marble for instance. It's the darling material of high style kitchen renovations, and in a much less expensive media, adorns the surfaces of stationery, manicures, and wall art. I've personally been drawn to marbleized wall art recently, as you may have noticed in my Scout & Catalogue for Debbie Carlos poster seen in my living room here. Diy marble moon phase wall hanging - almost makes perfect. Diy because moon phases are currently my favorite thing, i really wanted to make an easy wall hanging for our bedroom. so i created this one in about 20 minutes!
01. soften up your clay and shape out your black balls (teehee), i used each slice of the package as a separate ball (teehee). 02. add a bunch of small pieces of white to your black and roll around in your hands to get the white to spread organically like marble. careful not to blend the white in too well or you’ll have to start over. How to Cut a T-Shirt: Episode 2. Easy Valentine's Day Ideas. DIY HANGING PLANTER. This DIY, brought to you by Alyssa Hoppe, is a modern twist on Japanese string gardens known as Kokedamas.
I love the contrast of the thin string with the hanging plant, and the natural wooden blocks and beads on the string make it even more beautiful. What a great way to add some life to your home or office… Materials: Domino. The JungalowThe Jungalow. I’ve really wanted to try marbling, but wanted it to be on something that could stick around my house for awhile.
I thought terracotta pots would be the most jungalowicious option and I was right! These are SO easy. I painted these patterned pretties with old nail polish and water- that’s IT. So, first off, a couple of things to note are: This can get really messy. Make sure to do in a ventilated area because of the nail polish fumes. Okay, ready? Soft and Soothing Goat Milk Soap Recipes. Homemade All-Natural Deodorant. This is the top homemade recipe posts that I shared here on Passionate Homemaking in the very beginning that has been passed around the internet in incalculable ways, so I thought it was fit to re-share it with you all in our top 10 celebration!
Did you get a chance to try it? Our family continues to use this recipe to this day. Republished from March 21, 2008. Updated to include FAQ’s, photo, and video tutorial. Did you know that nearly all commercial deodorants contain aluminum salts, usually aluminum chlorohydrate? Most commercial deodorants also contain parabens, which act as preservatives and stabilizers, but which like aluminum can be absorbed into the skin. DIY: Geode Bottle Stoppers. Share this image Share It Pin It I take cocktails pretty seriously, so it's important that our bar cart's polished, well stocked, and properly accessorized. DIY Striped Napkins - Style Me Pretty Living. Any good party planner knows that the design isn’t in the details. It IS the details. But those details can often break the bank. Paint Some Shade DIY. Just south of the border, where the margaritas are endless, the fruit salads are pure happiness, and sunshine is on our side, we’re busy chasing the sun and instead of looking for shade…we’re painting it.
Inspired by silhouettes, our Surf Capsule collection, and backlit palm trees in the Sayulita sunlight we’ve decided to paint some serious shade. Here are some silhouettes to inspire you and a quick (& easy!) DIY you can craft at home or on the beach. What you’ll need: T-shirt. 1. 2. 3. D E S I G N L O V E F E S T » MAKE IT / 23. Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique)