So as promised, here’s a quick tutorial on how I do my everyday makeup. I actually have two looks that i love to alternate. But for this tutorial I’ll be doing the black smokey eye makeup. So this is basically my “Everyday” makeup routine. =)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion.
How to/Pinkish brown smoky eye
Wow! this is really good way to do the cat eye look!
DIY smores kit favors via The Sweetest Occasion
The Naco, serves 5-6
Remember in Kim Possible how Ron, Kim, Monique, and Rufus would hang out at Bueno Nacho and Ron would make himself the Naco? It’s the combination of a taco and nachos. To make this easy dish all you will need is:-20oz ground meat (I used Jennie-O seasoned ground turkey)
-Tortilla chips (preferably triangle shaped)
-Nacho cheese (home made or store bought)
-The largest tortillas you can find at your store
-Chopped lettuce and tomatoes
Take one large tortilla and lightly heat it, do not make it crispy as it needs to fold up. Add a small layer of nacho cheese as your base. Then pile up the tortilla using the tortilla chips, cheese, ground meat, and lettuce/tomatoes. Then take two corners and fold them up. You can use nacho cheese to paste the two ends together, or sour cream or even guacamole. The other two sides should be gently folded up. Enjoy!For any questions on this DIY feel free to ask! More DIYs coming your way!
I have been searching FOREVER for a cute, affordable pair of glitter flats but alas, they were nowhere to be found. So I did what any reasonable crafter would do…I made them myself! I bought a $20 pair of flats and removed the decoration from the toe. It’s best to get flats that have a structure (not super flexible) and are a softer material so the glitter adheres better. I bought pink faux suede flats so that I had a base color to match the glitter. I lined a bowl with tin foil and poured in a decent amount of Mod Podge, and then roughly a teaspoon each of seven or eight different colors of glitter and mixed them thoroughly. I coated the shoes with a thick layer of this mixture and let them dry, then added two more coats. Two coats were enough to cover them but three made them look better.
I made bows out of white ribbon and attached them to the shoes with E6000. You could use other types of glue, but E6000 sticks things together for life, so I’d highly recommend it.
I am so thrilled with the way these turned out. If you’re looking for affordable glitter flats, I definitely suggest trying this. It works really well, and you get exactly what you want.
Fuck bitchez, get crafty.
We spotted this triangle collage iPhone case from Free People a few days ago and debated spending the $14 on one. That was until we saw a plain white case at Five Below and got creative!
Materials: Mod Podge, Scissors, a paintbrush, a blank iPhone case, magazine pages or wallpaper.
1. Trace the shape on the iPhone case onto the page or pattern you’d like to act as your background. Cut it out.
2. Paint a layer of Mod Podge onto the back of the case, then place your first piece of paper on top. Cover the paper and the case in another layer of Mod Podge. Use as much as you need, this stuff dries clear!
3. Cut out other shapes like triangles, hearts, faces, animals…whatever! Keep Mod Podging them on until your iPhone case looks complete. Let dry!
DIY Wire Bow Ring Tutorial from I Spy DIY here. *For a similar ring I posted from Bettina’s blog go here, and more wire wrapped crafts go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/wire *I noticed when andellahome reblogged this they had a good idea:
Today we’re looking for cool ways to give your place settings some flare…here’s a very cool and affordable “bow ring” for your napkins and silverware.