Dew" It Yourself Jewelry Stand. Given that title and my penchant for puns, I'm guessing it will take you guys exactly 3.7 seconds to guess what my new jewelry stand is made from: Aw, you only needed two seconds, didn't you?
I knew it. Yep, this pretty green number is made from four plastic Mountain Dew bottles and exactly $3.72 worth of materials from the hardware store. Not too shabby. Wax On, Wax Off - Homemade Hair Removal part 2. Growing up, Rebecca and Maggie had a friend whose family was from Egypt.
She told them about how her family made a sugar dough that they used to remove all their unwanted hair. The dough would be spread on their skin and then pulled off to remove the hair and then used over and over again. No strips needed. Homemade Laundry Detergent « Stars & Sunshine. Something I’ve seen on the internet and wanted to try is homemade laundry soap.
There are lots of ‘recipes’ for this online, but I wanted a powder (for easier storage) and I have a high efficiency washing machine, so I needed something compatible with that. We also have never used things like fabric softener or oxyclean on a regular basis, so I didn’t want to start using those in my homemade laundry soap. We’ve been using this for 3 weeks now, and have been really happy with it. It works great in our HE machines, leaves our clothes just as clean as the name-brand detergent we had been using, and is way cheaper. DIY: crocheted rag rug part 2. Now the fun part!
Or the tricky explaining part if you're me! Grab one end of the sheet yarn and make a simple slip knot. This is going to be the centre of your rug. Insert your hook into the loop. Pick up the long end of the fabric and loop it once over your hook And pull that loop through the first loop (the slip knot loop) Easy To Make Felted Cat Toy « 7 Yaks Design. Felted Cat Toys You can make a cute felted cat toy with this easy method of felting.
The felted toy is tough and chewy like pretend prey. It also has the “hairyness” to give a sense of realism for your kitty… Without the charming hairball after. These are lighter than the full felt construction, easier and faster to make, and have a bell inside for added pleasure. DIY Mouthwash. Hi friends!
Today I am excited to share something different with you. Yes, it will require a little cooking…and yes, it will need edible ingredients you may find in your pantry. TLC Style "50 All Natural Beauty Products You Can Make Yourself". Body Butter Recipe. *Because of the popularity of this recipe on pinterest, I am getting many, many questions that are more suited for an expert.
My Homemade Coconut Milk Shampoo. Handmade Mother’s Day Gifts Under $10. Random Tutorial Generator. Saved By Love Creations – Craft Blog. Handwriting tips. Fabric Button Earrings. I love the idea of using fabric buttons to decorate mundane things.
DIY Vegan Deodorant « Vegan Beauty Review. Tired of searching for pure, chemical-free deodorant that doesn’t cost a fortune?
Yeah, me too! Here’s a mega simple DIY deodorant recipe using ingredients that you probably already have at home! What you’ll need: 1 tbsp baking soda3 tbsp arrowroot powder (or corn starch)2 tbsp of coconut oil5 drops of your favorite essential oil (lavender works well for this recipe)An empty container or jar Mix your dry ingredients together. About Sunny (Sunny's Profile) Longtime vegan, hardcore compassionate beauty junkie, serious cake aficionado, and lover of all things floofy and sparkly!
Makeup Tutorial: How To Create A Simple Smoky Eye & Makeup For Life - Beauty Advice, Makeup Tutorials, Celebrity Makeup, Product Reviews. Since you guys wanted to see more step-by-step tutorials, I will be doing a series of makeup tutorials starting with one of my favorite looks, smoky eyes.
One thing I LOVE about the smoky look is how versatile it is. You can use pretty much any color and you can go from a soft smoky to a really dramatic one. My favorite colors to use on my brown eyes are purples, blues, greens, bronzes and charcoals. In my tutorial below, I used golds and browns but feel free to substitute them with other colors. A Cup O' Joe: DIY Facial Scrub. The following article was written by PETA intern Sofia Hueter. Many of us are accustomed to the daily ritual of guzzling cup after cup of coffee to stay awake because it is so ingrained in our society that habitually drinking something with caffeine in it every few hours is the best way to fight fatigue.
Caffeine does, in fact, help to ward off our lingering morning drowsiness, but drinking coffee, though often delicious and enjoyable, is not the only way to get the caffeine fix that your body craves. Did you know that your body can absorb caffeine through the skin? Although the exact concentrations of caffeine that can permeate the layers of your skin is still being researched, scientists do agree that, even if soaking your body with coffee doesn’t deliver the same kick that several cups of coffee do, it can provide you with a nice energy boost. In addition to giving you a pick-me-up, coffee has other benefits. Mix the coffee grounds and olive oil.