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Brilliant Product - Conair Spin Air Rotating Styler

gdfgdThis spinning brush opens the possibility for numerous styles and techniques. It adds volume while drying your hair and can give a distinct style other brushes cannot. You can also use it without the spin function for additional styles. And use the multi-directional rotation for carrying techniques and styles. The tangle-free anti-static bristles work through your hair to produces volumized results. Get yours at Amazon...

Update Your Wall Clock

To update a behind-the-times wall clock, first disassemble the clock, then gather patterned paper, scrapbooking numbers, and craft glue. Trace the face onto the back of the paper; cut to fit. Poke a hole in the center for the clock hands. Let dry and resamble.


DIY - Basket Pendant Light


Turn a plain woven basket into a one of a kind pendant light. Go to Style by Emily Henderson for full tutorial.


Chrunchy Oatmeal Cookie-chips

These crunchy oatmeal cookies are Soooo delicious that they are dangerous!

They are extra crunchy and they have chocolate too, do I need to say more? 

75 g butter
1 dl sugar
1/2 tsp baking powder
2 dl oatmeal
2 tbsp cream
2 tbsp light syrup
about 50g chocolate (I like it 70% in this recipe)

For full recipe

True Italian Carbonara Recipe

We found this wonderful new food blogger from Sweden her name is Briet

This Carbonara is packed with flavours, every bite you take you're tastebuds go "oooooh, aaaaaah" and demand more.

2 eggs, room temperature
¾ dl Pecorino Romano cheese, grated
¾ dl Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, grated
salt & pepper
about 300-400 g spaghetti
¾ dl extra-virgin olive oil
2 cloves garlic, finely sliced
1 ½ dl dry white wine
fresh parsley, coarsly chopped
200 g pancetta, cut into small cubes

Homemade Clock


Make a clock for your home using leather belt, clock kit and a wooden plate.

Head over to for tutorial.


DIY - Pegboard Nightlight


We love this DIY project from Emily Henderson. Perfect for a child's room!

Here’s what you’ll need…

peg board sheet 
circular saw or hand saw
light socket kit 
light bulb
wood block scraps (to brace the light walls)
Gorilla glue
spray paint
13/16 or larger drill bit (sized to your light socket)

Full tutorial at Emily Henderson



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