So, I have just constructed an app using ibuildapp specifically for DIY projects! It is always such a time consuming task for me to look through every form of social media to find new DIY’s to do, this app is designed to make that much easier.
There are four different categories splitting up the different types of DIY’s that you can try! These tabs will not only take you directly to the DIY’s of that category that I have done myself but will also provide you with links to all my favorite DIY video, blogs and pictures that others have created.
There is also a latest tab where you can see a list if DIY’s that I will be putting up on my blog soon, as well as other recent projects tutorials by other bloggers .
However, I wanted to incorporate all of my viewers/ subscribers as well, so underneath the picture tab you can upload pictures of the DIY’s you attempted that you found in this app! I would love to see how all of yours turned out!
I saw the recipie for this yummy facemask on Anasanaturals blog, it is so easy to make and cost me about $6. If you’re trying to reverse the effects of the winter weather on your skin than this mask will help greatly. The Greek yogurt used will rehydrate dry skin and leave it smooth, as well as honey which will helps to absorb impurities form your pores. Avocado is rich in vitamins, and anti bacterial properties. This mask left my skin hydrated and silky smooth.
Let’s get started!
You can find all the ingredients at the grocery store. I would suggest using local produced honey, and an organic avocado.
First, cut your avocado in half and scoop out the contents of one side, place in mixing bowl, and mash up
Next, add a tablespoon of honey
Lastly add a tablespoon of plain Greek yogurt!
Mix it all up, and you should get something that looks like this! It smells delicious, and you could actually spread it on a cracker and eat it if you wanted, yum!
Apply to face at room temperature and let sit for 15 to 20 minutes. If you have cucumbers you can place those on your eyes, not just for show, cucumber reduces puffiness under eyes.
Enjoy your new hydrated, dewy summer skin!
Everyone loves a good accent necklace, I saw the tutorial for these on Boat People Vintage and thought this would be a good first post because it is so easy and extremely cheap. I think over all I spent a mere $7 making these two necklaces. Compare that to the $12 I might have spent on just one of these at Forever 21.
Let’s get started!
You can use any color bobby pins you like. I opted for gold, because I thought it looked nice on the silver of the necklace ring.
Simply loop your bobby pins onto the ring like so…
Your finished product should look something like this depending on how many bobby pins you used, I used two packages because I wanted it to look really full.
You can’t mess this up, and it will definitely spice up a plain shirt.
The next one just has one extra step, but is still just as easy.
Just take your plain necklace chain, and once again loop on about 15 to 20 bobby pins.
You can paint on any design you like, the one I saw was Aztec print, but I went with a simple ombre. Place your colors from darkest to light on a piece of paper like so
You also want to put a piece of paper in between your bobby pins to hold them in place, and just sponge on the color. You can also paint it directly on, the sponge just helps to give a gradient effect.
Let dry for 30min and you’re all done!
I’m so excited to wear my new necklaces for the Summer, they are so easy to dress up or down.