24. November 2013 · 2 comments · Categories: Beauty, DIY, Seasons · Tags:

Vi er for alvor gået den kolde tid i møde og det betyder tør hud og læber. De fleste bruger en læbepomade eller balsam, men mange glemmer at det faktisk kun “pynter” på skaden. Det afhjælper ikke problemet og i sidste ende kommer dine læber til at se mere tørre ud end nogensinde. Løsningen på dette problem er meget enkelt, nemlig en læbe scrub. Du kan jo vælge at købe en, men de fleste har ikke lang holdbarhed. Så hvorfor ikke lave den selv? Det er super enkelt og alt hvad du behøver er 2-3 ting.

Du skal bruge:

– Kokos olie – Oliven olie kan også bruges.
– Sukker – Jo grovere det er, desto mere skrubbe effekt.
– Citronsaft – Valgfrit. Du kan også vælge anden duft/smagsgiver.

Sådan gør du:

Mix citronsaft og kokos olien og rør derefter sukkeret i. Put massen i en lufttæt beholder, så holder den længere.
Til min brugte jeg ca. ½ tsk citronsaft, 1 tsk kokosolie og 4 tsk sukker, men det hele afhænger af hvad konsistens du går efter og hvor meget du vil lave. Min masse passede fint ned i en gammel Lush lip scrub beholder, som jeg havde renset og skoldet.

Denne scrub kan også bruges til andet end læberne. Den er bl.a. god til hænderne, så man får alt den gamle, tørre hud af :)

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I’m not the biggest DIY person, but I found out how easy it is to make a beautiful door wreath so I made one for my parents. It’s super easier and all you need is a plain wreath in metal or some other material, your decorations, ribbons and a hot glue gun. It’ll take you some time and in my case it also cost me a badly burnt finger, but only because I’m clumsy. I’m sure DIY-magicians can make something better, but I’m satisfied and the people who’ve seen it has commented on it and said it was beautiful! :D

 

Ever since I showed my DIY Studded Jacket I’ve had people ask me how I did it and so I decided to make a photo tutorial showing you all how to do it. It’s really not rocket science and every one can do it. It’s easy and fun and you can stud basically every piece of clothing you own. So grab some studs, some pliers or a scissor and a piece of clothing and lets get started! :D

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So my mom and I share a black pleather jacket and as nice as it is, it was a little plain. This is why I decided to use some of the studs I ordered to spice it up a little and make it more unique and more “us”. It took me like 25 minutes and 40 studs to get this result. I’m really happy about how it turned out and so is my mom!

If anyone needs a guide on how to stud something please let me know :D

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RÅSKOG // Spray paint // Letter stickers

So right now I have tons of DIY projects planned and the one highest on the list is re-designing an the RÅSKOG storage unit/table/trolley from IKEA. It comes in two different colours. One is this “Tiffany” green-ish blue and the other is a gun metal grey. The colours are okay, but I just think it’s rather boring, which is why I’m thinking about turning it into something that fits into my kitchen and colour-scheme.

So stay tuned for an update on my project and most likely a “how to” post about the transformation :D