Sugar scrubs are all the rage, and for good reason. They smell divine and work wonders on your skin. But what about your lips? This DIY lip scrub recipe came to mind because my smackers needed a little extra attention as well.
This lip scrub is great if you have dry lips. Made with natural oils that smell great and is simple to make (I promise!). I made a few to have on hand and gave a few away as gifts (thanks to these perfect little lip balm jars I found). I made these using lavender essential oils but you can swap out your favorite scent. I think orange would be great to use in the morning. Sounds fresh! To use the lip scrub, apply a small amount to your lips and then rub around a bit. Rinse off the scrub with warm water and a wash cloth and then apply your favorite lip balm once your done. I like to use mine at night and it helps get lipstick off as well which is a bonus! (more…)
Truth is, sometimes we all need a little mood-booster in our day. If you’ve ever found yourself wishing for a timeout or reset button, this DIY face mist is going to be your BFF. Think of it as a little refreshing pick-me-up.
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, this would make an easy and thoughtful gift for those hard-working mommas in your life. (Just be sure to make one to keep for yourself!)
I think the tag just makes this an adorable gift. Be sure to grab your free printable tags below!
I was inspired to figure out how to make this rose water mist after I had bought a small bottle at Anthropologie. I found my mood being instantly boosted each time I spritzed by face and took in a deep breath. (more…)
Looking for a cute way to serve up snacks during the Super Bowl? It can’t get easier (or cheaper) than using old-school paper lunch bags! All you need to do is grab a paint brush and some white paint and in 60 seconds you can transform the ordinary bags into cute football treat bags!
Fill them with popcorn, chips, peanuts, trail mix, or pretzels. Your snack just got an upgrade! (more…)
I prefer to write with pencils over pens –especially if it’s a cute pencil! Being in the back to school mode over here I thought why not make my own cute supplies? That’s when these paint dipped pencils were born. You probably have all the supplies on hand to make these today!
Confession: I have about 500 wine corks that I’ve saved over the years. What does that mean? Well, I am always looking for new wine cork projects to do so when Evite and Cavit Wines reached out with this wine cork DIY, I knew I had to share it with you!
Time: 15 minutes for 5 charms Level of Difficulty: Medium
Fine-point permanent marker
Brass beading hoops or wine glass charms wire (available at craft stores or online)
Directions: Step 1: Cut cork into thin circular slices.
Step 2: Using a stencil and marker, write numbers on the cork slices.