I love candles. But, I hate how expensive they are, especially as they're so easy to make! Plus, when you're making your own candles, you can play around with scents and get exactly what you're looking for. Probably one of the most cost-effective ways of making candles is to simply make new candles from old … Continue reading How to Make Citronella Candles From Used Candles!
Lush is all kinds of things wonderful, but affordable it is not. I originally started soap making to save money on my face soap: Coalface. I loved how it made my skin feel, keeping any acne at bay and giving me that squeaky clean look. But, at around $25 a pop that only lasts 1-2 … Continue reading Better than Lush Charcoal Face Soap – Melt & Pour
The links in this post contain affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. Frayed jeans are everywhere. Unlike how they were when I was 15 (ugly cut up backs of pants, anyone?), frayed jeans are way more chic today. Whether it's the high-low … Continue reading Super Simple DIY Frayed Hem Jeans
I love all kinds of moisturizers. I have some in my purse, at my desk at work, numerous in my bathroom, beside my bed, my nighttime moisturizers and serums and my daytime moisturizers and serums. I change my facial moisturizers with the seasons and slather on the stuff as often as possible. I love … Continue reading How to Make Skin Softening Salve
If you're like me, chances are you have been taking hand-me-downs in furniture since you moved out of your parent's house and even still when you've moved into your forever home. I don't like seeing things go to waste, and unless I want something very specific, I will re-use and up-cycle pretty much everything I've … Continue reading A ‘Quick’ Way to Update your Old Dining Room Table: A Story of Finding my Ridiculous Whimsy