In my last post I had shared this fun and simple DIY Halloween Wreath.
For list of supplies please check out that post linked here.
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Hot Glue Gun
Instructions: Mod podge lettersAdd glitter to each letterUse a sealer to lock in glitterCut 25" strips of TulleTie a lark's head knot onto the wreath (fold tulle in half-place over wreath-grab ends and pull under the wreath and through the loop-pull taut)Clip on Spider accessoryHot Glue letter done
And you're done!
Today I am sharing a fun and simple DIY- making your own customized jewelry dish!
Sharpie (oil based)
Super Glue Clean DishPaint dinosaur or animal figure and set asideCreate any design you like on your dish using the sharpie (oil based) markerPut dish on a cooking sheet and place in a 350* oven for 30 min. this will seal in your workAllow dish to cool off in ovenGlue your figure onto your dishAll Done! Enjoy your new jewelry dish
To make sure your work doesn't wash off the dish, hand wash only.
Today I am sharing photos and swatches of the Anastasia Contour Kit.
Includes six shades: Vanilla, Banana, Sand, Java, Fawn, Havana
I ordered mine off Anastasia Beverly Hills website. Anastasia also has a "create your own custom counter kit", which includes a large selection of colors to choose from.
Onto to photos and swatches!
I am absolutely obsessed with this palette!
I typically mix vanilla and banana to set under my eye area. To contour I use Java under the cheek bone area, on the sides of my nose, and temple area, after that I mix Fawn and Havana to use as a bronzer and to blend out Java.
I usually use Mac's Soft and Gentle to highlight, but sometimes I'll use the Sand color to highlight the top of my cheek bones, down the center of nose, and cupids bow.
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