How wonderful and cute is this tea cozy crocheted by Leah over at Why Didn’t Anyone Tell Me? Leah shares with us how she creates her tea cozy patterns so that we might all be inspired to create our own! Click here for the full photo tutorial and get crafty with your bad selves!
Archive for April, 2012
I adore kiwi fruit in my fruit salads or on their own so of course when I saw this nail tutorial I had to share! Get the full tutorial at The Nail Trail here.
I love knowing how to mix drinks, it makes me feel useful, fun, and this kind of knowledge goes really well with my love of drinking! Click here to head over to A Beautiful Mess and learn how to make a Sidecar, a Manhattan, and a Mint Julep.
Having your own infused vinegars means a lot of good things; delicious dressings in the flavor of your choice for one, and they couldn’t be easier to make! Click here to head over to Design Sponge and get the full how-to plus a couple prepared recipes if you’re having trouble thinking up your own.
These are so cool, I’m going to make a zillion of them and give them away to all my friends! Click here for the full tutorial over at Minieco.
Just thought I’d share this free printable over at Mr. Handsomeface with all of you since I pin at least one recipe a day (^_^). Click here for the full tutorial.
I am a bath taking fanatic, there is nothing better in the world than spending a few hours alone in the tub with a delicious drink, maybe a treasured book, some great music and candles) so it shouldn’t come as a surprise when I say that I have had one of these bathtub shelves on my to-buy list for an eternity; they’re just too darn expensive! Well lucky for me and all my bath loving buddies, Snippets of Design has shared a post on how to make your own! Click here for the full post and directions.
I am a huge fan of coconut. I keep a big box of shredded coconut in my fridge as topping for frozen yogurt, breakfast yogurt and granola bowls and sometimes I eat a small pinch by itself. And don’t worry if you and dairy don’t have a good relationship, this is made with coconut milk! Get the recipe here.
All you need is 1/4 teaspoon borax, 1/4 cup distilled water, 1/2 cup mineral oil, 1/2 ounce grated beeswax and a jar with a tight fitting lid and you have one of my favorite makeup removers/skin softeners! Click here for the full tutorial by One Good Thing!
I cannot wait to try this out! I just so happen to crochet my own lovely doilies and although I’m sure a part of me would be having a melt down over cutting my freshly made doilies up, I know that the joy of having rad doily shoes (or even a rad doily purse) would totally be worth it!