Posts Tagged ‘Do it yourself’

Create a custom photo or pawprint ornament for $1

If you want a little something extra to give family & friends, you must try this DIY. My tutorial on how to create a photo canvas has been incredibly popular, especially around the holidays, after being featured on the San Francisco Globe and several other media sites. It was clear to me, many people want […] Read more…

Get your Sheets Together; easiest way to organize sheets

Making this one simple change to the way you store your sheets will keep them all together and prevent them from becoming disheveled in the linen closet. This is one of my oldest tips & I swear by it. First, let me tell you, I have a love/hate relationship with laundry. What I love is […] Read more…

“Cool” Tip: DIY Icepack

Here’s a good Icepack “recipe” for athletes, moms or anyone who is accident prone like myself.  You can make several homemade ice packs for a fraction of the cost of one store bought ice pack and the instructions are super simple. You will need: Ziploc Bag Rubbing Alcohol Water (I would advise you use a […] Read more…

DIY Clean your Bling

My wedding ring looks great when it’s clean but it tends to get dingy very quickly. While I’d love to have the jeweler clean it regularly, I’m a girl on the go and I don’t have time for that. So,  I tried out a few DIY ring cleaner recipes that I heard about from family/friends […] Read more…

DIY Pore Strips

Elmer’s Glue for DIY Pore strips? Yep,  it’s not just for beddazzling things with glitter folks, you can also use it as a pore cleaner. I love the satisfaction I get from using those Biore pore strips &  knowing all the gunk I’ve put on my face is outta there, leaving my skin super clean. But, I don’t like […] Read more…

DIY Confetti Art

Love this DIY confetti canvas artwork; very cool and contemporary! To make one yourself you need: Square Canvas, Spray Adhesive, Metallic cardstock, Glitter paper & a 2 inch paper punch for the confetti. I’ll have to try this lovely DIY project in the near future but until then, wanted to pass along. Found the tutorial […] Read more…

Find Lost Objects: Pantyhose+Vacuum

This is such a good idea: Putting pantyhose over your vacuum to find lost objects.  I’ve already revealed that I am a hot mess and manage to lose stuff ALL the time, so this little trick is going to come in handy. And no worries if you don’t find your earring back after trying this […] Read more…