Use baby powder to untangle necklaces

Tip of the day!

Got a knotty problem? Untangle it with this no-sweat trick: Sprinkle a bit of baby powder over the knot to help loosen it, then use a pin to finish freeing it.

Recycled Ribbon Holder... use an oatmeal container.

This ribbon holder is made from an empty oatmeal container. Cut a hole in the side, and glue patterned paper to cover the container. Then slip your ribbon inside so you can easily pull lengths out through the opening.


Bathroom Storage and Organization Ideas!


Use PVC piping to hold your hair styling devices!

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Plastic Spoon Votives


This tutorial shows how to make these beautiful candle holders using plastic spoons. You can use white spoons or spray them with any color you like.

You will need:

Glass votive holders

Plastic spoons


Spray paint


So Pretty!



Smoked Salmon Avocado Salad with Toasted Sesame Seeds

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  • Rocket leaves (arugula), about 60g (2 oz)
  • An avocado
  • 1/2 of a full sized lebanese cucumber
  • 100g (3 oz) smoked salmon (I used Tassal brand)
  • 1 tbsps sesame seeds

Dressing (measure to taste):-

  • 1 lime
  • about 1/2 cup of olive oil (adjust to your preference)
  • Salt to taste
  • A drop of sesame oil *optional*

In a small dry pan, toast 1 tbsp of sesame seeds over medium flame until lightly brown. Set aside. (2) Wash and dry the rocket leaves. Set aside. (3) Slice cucumber. Set aside. (4) Halve a lime and squeeze the juice into a small bowl. Then add olive oil, sesame oil (if using), salt to taste and  1/2 tbsp of the toasted sesame seeds.  Whisk until it emulsifies. (5) In a salad bowl, add rocket leaves, cucumber and hand torn smoked salmon. (6) Use an avocado slicer to slice the avocado. To avoid the avocado from turning brown, I  dip slices of the avocado in the dressing and add into the salad bowl.  Scatter the remaning toasted sesame seeds as a finishing touch. (7) Serve with the dressing separately.

DIY Slate Cheeseboard

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What’s better than cheese and crackers? A good excuse to eat them. And that is exactly what this super cute slate cheeseboard will give you– All for under $5.

Things you will need

1 | Slate tile (you can get free samples at tile & flooring stores)

2 | Felt Circles

3 | Olive oil

4 | Chalk marker / chalk (optional)

| Scrub (thoroughly) and rinse your slate piece, and pat dry.

2 | Coat all surfaces of the slate with olive oil, then scrub and rinse slate again. This will condition the surface and help create a barrier between the slate & food. Once you’ve scrubbed and rinsed the second time, apply one last coat of olive oil and dab away the excess. *

3 | Apply adhesive felt circles to each of the four corners.

4 | Using a chalk marker, label the cheeses.

5 | Display and eat. You can also refrigerate the slate to keep your cute cheese cold, it’s a win/win!

Hand wash only!

DIY Bubble Party Favors & Bubble Solution Recipe

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Birthday party- bubbles. So easy and so popular.

How to Make Your Own Bubble Jar DIY
Clean glass jars, labels removed *
Spray paint or craft paint (it is easier to use spray paint if you need a lot of favors)
Liquid Nails ( preferred strong glue choice) 
Plastic doll, animal, soldier (whatever goes with your theme!)