I saw an idea for an inspiration board on pinterest so I made one for myself! If you have old magazines, pictures, and random things that inspire you lying around, try putting them together on a bulletin board! I tied some twine around mine and hung little items with mini clothes pins. Having an inspiration board is a great way to get creative juices flowing and inspire new ideas. It takes no time at all to throw together a little display to brighten your workspace!
I saw these cute earring holders in Urban Outfitters and I couldn’t wait to try making one myself! It’s a brilliant way to store your earrings and still have them on display!
1. Find an old frame and cut mosquito screen material to fit inside.
2. Hot glue the edge of the screen to the inside of the frame and let dry. Use plenty of glue so the screen is secure!
Turn it around and decorate it with your earrings!
This shirt literally took us a minute! We love the slouchy, ragged look and the easy wear!
1. Find an old, oversized t-shirt.
2. Trace your chosen shape with a sharpie. We cropped the front of the shirt and added a flattering, low back.
3. Cut along the lines with a good pair of fabric sheers (we used Gingher), try the shirt on and make any desired alterations!
Exfoliating is an important factor for healthy looking and feeling skin, for all skin types. Although soap cleanses the skin, a sugar scrub can remove dead skin cells and excess oil. It can help unclog pores and keep your skin nice and even. The natural ingredients in homemade sugar scrubs won’t be harsh on your skin and the oil will also help to rehydrate and moisturize. A basic sugar scrub recipe allows you to experiment and personalize your own mixture!
1 cup of sugar
1/2 cup olive oil
Add whatever essential oil you prefer (I used almond). Lemon juice is also a natural exfoliator and can add an extra burst of energy! I like to put a bit of food colouring in my scrubs to make it pretty! Salt can also be substituted for sugar for a harsher scrub.