With Mothers Day right around the corner, some of us might be scrambling to find the right gift for those special mamma’s in our life. Well don’t worry, I got you! I have a super Chic, Modern and EASY jewelry holder ( you only need 30 mins!) perfect for the minimal mom.
I bought all of my supplies from Micheal’s Craft Store, with coupons and store promotions everything came in under $20.00 SOOOO affordable. ( Also I ended up using added a small marble dish, also from Micheal’s)
For this DIY you will need:
I Start by adding a VERY thin and EVEN layer of the liquid gilding with a small foam brush. I Allowed the liquid gilging to fully dry before adding the next layer (I did three) be sure to shake well before each use. Also this stuff has a strong scent, work in a well ventilated area.
I wanted to create an ombre effect, so I stared by added blue paint to 5 mixing bowls then added a small amount of white paint until I reached my desired color ( this is optional, you can paint your cones all the same shade). Set aside and allow to dry.
Once everything was fully dried, I played around with placement until I was happy. I used a ruler and pencil to make a guide, creating two straight rows going from dark to light and placing the jewelry dish on the far left.
Once I was happy with the placement, I added a small amount of E600 still using my ruler as a guide. I allowed the glue to dry (24hr) and that’s it!
I hope you guys enjoy this DIY, If anyone recreates it be sure to tag @lifeinmauve and use the #lifeinmauvediy. I have a few more DIY’s to share so make sure to check back tomorrow.
Thanks for reading.
With warm weather peeking in, I can’t help but get excited for warm evenings lounging by the pool sipping a refreshing cocktail. I’m very excited to share my Strawberry Pink Lemonade with Mint infusion cocktail, it’s perfect for those Al Fresco dinners or when just lounging. This is seriously so good, it’s become a staple.
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I’ve recently been obsessed with exfoliating, maybe it’s because summer is sneaking it’s way in and I can’t hide behind jeans much longer or maybe the colder weather left my skin in utter distress. In any case I’ve been pampering my skin a little extra, to get it looking fresh and smooth ready for all those sun dresses coming my way. While I own a few beloved body scrubs I always cringe at the idea of having to buy a new one, I tend to blow through them at an alarming rate (it’s not exactly the type of product you can stretch, well at least for me). So I set out to DIY my very own and I must say, it’s pretty darn amazing. It’s very easy to make and totally customize-able to suit your scent preference, makes for a great gift, and its pink.
What you need:
1 cup: pure Himalayan salt
2 Tbsp: pure Coconut oil
15 drops: Lavender essential oil
10 drops: Rose essential oil
5 drops: Tree Tea essential oil
8oz container with lid
Measure out 1 cup of Himalayan salt, and pour into a clean dry medium sized bowl.
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I’ve been thinking of different ways to add life, and style to a dresser that was previously used as a changing table. Since our room doubles as a nursery I’m constantly looking for light airy items that wont overpower an already busy room. I opted for two chic glass terrariums (yes I know they are crazy trendy, but it’s for a reason). They offer a sculptural element to a plain or busy coffee table, bookshelf or in my case dresser and when paired with the right succulent they introduce the perfect amount of color.
To keep the terrariums feeling chic I filled them with small and large white rocks, they provided a clean fresh canvas. The white tied in previous elements already in the room, like the crib and white bedding creating a uniform look throughout the space. The final touch was accenting the succulent with amethyst and pyrite to add a bohemian modern vibe and inject a touch of color.
My last terrarium I played with scale using a large FlapJack or Paddle succulent in a slightly smaller cube shaped vessel. The smaller scale of the cube allowed the Paddle plant to be the center focus, drawing the eye it’s beautiful pinks and reds. I slipped a book underneath to further anchor it and add height.