crocheted summer screen doors.
If I had a screen door I would do this.
I have been making my own homemade pomade for awhile now. It’s super easy and works perfect for my curly hair. I just made up a new batch today in preparation for my trip (my hair + humidity = frizzy lion mane) so I thought I’d share my recipe.
1/4 C all natural beeswax
1/4 C organic coconut oil
1/4 C olive oil
2 vitamin e liquid gel tablets
10-20 drops lavender essential oil (citrus and rosemary oils work really well too, but this is what I had on hand and it smells pretty)
Use a double boiler and gently heat the first three ingredients till they are dissolved. Don’t let it boil. Turn off the heat and add vitamin e and essential oils. Pour into clean containers and let sit till they set. I usually leave em alone and covered for an hour or so (they set up pretty quickly).
I use a pea sized amount (my hair is a few inches past my shoulders), rub it into my palms and spread it through my hair when I get out of the shower.
Mini cork planters for cacti and succulents. (add a magnet and liven up your fridge) <3
I have a LOT of wine corks…
For some reason I really like pigeons.
Fuzzy moths are the most adorable thing in the whole world.
Confetti Eggs | Oh Happy Day
These confetti eggs are a traditional Easter party item, but I think they would be perfect for New Years Eve! You’re meant to smash them over each other’s heads, so if you decide to use these you might want to have a less fancy bash or at least warn anyone who has copious amounts of gel or hairspray in their hair, or anyone who spent the day at the salon getting their hair done. That’s for guys and girls! Or you could go for something else inside the eggs, like confetti (though that might be hard to get out of hair too!)
So everyone I wait on for brunch New Years Day can know I had a great night.