There's just something about coffee that brings everyone together...
Wednesday, 3 June 2015
Monday, 25 May 2015
Welcome back! Today I have a review of a Zodiac Nail Art kit as well as some Simple yet Elegant Nails to go along with it to kick off this year's Gemini Season.
Wednesday, 7 January 2015
Hello and Happy New Year to you all! Lift those spirits out of those winter blues with something bright and cheery that might also be sweet enough to eat! Find out how I whipped up this sweet and colorful nails after the break!
Thursday, 27 November 2014
Tuesday, 18 November 2014
Saturday, 8 November 2014
Thursday, 30 October 2014
Hello everyone! Today I'm going to show you how to make a pair of Distressed skinny jeans that's simple and easy to recreate with just a few tools that you may have lying around in your home. Now this isn't really a Halloween DIY per se, but because it happens to be a part of my costume and I was trying to go for a more rugged and badass look, so I've decided to just make a little tutorial on how you can make distressed and destroyed details of your own that you can pretty much do to anything such as jeans, shorts, t-shirts, or whatever else you may have in mind.
You Will Need:
You Will Need:
- A Pair of Skinny Jeans (It doesn't matter on colour as long as it's made out of 100% cotton)
- Rough Sandpaper
- Box Cutter (or an Exacto Knife)
- Something sturdy that you can fit between the legs of the pants so that you don't cut through to the other side
- Steel Wool
- Tailor's Chalk (or a Pencil or a Pencil Crayon if you don't have any Chalk handy) for the markings
- Miscellaneous materials and/or tools that you might want to add to the jeans
So Here is the Pair of Jeans that I started off with. I recommend that you buy your jeans from the Thrift Store or use an old pair that you no longer use. The jeans should be made out of 100% Cotton but these ones were 98% cotton and 2% spandex and they still turned out ok. But really and truly you should not be using jeans that are made from a blended fabric as they won't turn out as well.
|Pay No Attention to the Mismatched Socks Child!|