I LOVE animal prints so when I saw these leopard print pants they immediately caught my attention. They may be a little bold for some folks but they are just right for me. Here is just one way to put together a simple fall outfit using a really bold piece. Add the sweater as it gets cooler outside. Enjoy!
Shoes and Sweater-Target
Sometimes I want fancy nails for special occasions but I don’t want to pay “special” nail salon prices. Get the look you want with little to no cost. All you need is some common office supplies, your favorite nail colors and about 20 mins. Gather these items to get started.
- Favorite nail polish (2 different colors)
- Paper clips
- Sticky Notes
- Hole punch reinforcements
Start by painting all your nails with a base color. Now choose the tools you want based on the design you want to achieve. (TIP: Use a quick drying top coat to preserve your design while you work on other nails)
Open a paper clip. Place a few dips of nail polish on a sticky note. Dip the tip of the paper clip in the polish then onto your nail to create dots and flowers.
Place a hole punch reinforcement label on the upper part of your nail leaving the bottom uncovered. Paint the uncovered bottom part with a different color than your base color. Remove the label to reveal a crescent nail design.
Place tape vertically, diagonally, or horizontally to reveal crisp straight lines on your nails.
Try combining designs by using multiple tools. This will give you an authentically unique design.
I’m not a breakfast person. In fact, I hate eating in the morning. To keep my energy up I do like to drink smoothies and cold pressed juices. It’s a good way to get down fruits and veggies that you don’t want to eat. Give it a try, enjoy!
Want to display your earring collection in a unique way? Check out this quick DIY earring holder! You only need a few supplies.
- Picture frame (got mine from goodwill)
- Chicken wire (any home improvement store)
- Staple gun ( already had one)
- Craft wire cutters (already had one)
Start by disassembling your picture frame only leaving the perimeter. Now roll out your chicken wire and cut it slightly larger than the size of your picture frame. Use your staple gun to fasten the chicken wire to your frame. As soon as that’s done your earring holder is ready to hang and use! Enjoy!