In today’s DIY post I’m going to show you how to make a Pink Glitter Tiara out of lace, a sugar starch and glitter. Check out DIY >
I was inspired to make this Pink Glitter Tiara for my daughter’s 4th birthday, she’s obsessed with all things princess (and zombies but that will be for another post). This is such a simple project if you have time you could even make one for each of your guests.
It’s hard to improve on a classic, but I think this Banana Bread recipe really raises the bar.
I found it on Epicurious, I was looking for a banana bread recipe and I needed one that only called for one egg, now it’s the only one I use. It calls for 3 to 4 bananas which makes it very moist, but it still has crispy edges. I like it best if I leave out the chocolate chips and add a dash of cinnamon and a handful of walnuts. This usually wont last more than a day in our house, it’s that good.
This makes a great breakfast, grab your coffee or tea, and enjoy!
This is the newest installation in the video series, Pardon my French, by photographer and illustrator Garance Doré. In this particular video she is talking with some of the powerful women who are making it all happen in fashion.
In today’s DIY post I will show you how I made these golden fish conversation pieces with some plastic fish and gold spray paint.Check out DIY>
The other day I was looking around my living room thinking, “something’s missing”. Then it dawned on me, what was missing was “GOLD” fish!
This was such a fun project and there are so many possibilities but you have to be careful or you’ll want to make an entire zoo!
In today’s DIY post I’ll show you how to make your very own sleep mask just like the one Audrey Hepburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Check out DIY >
Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of my all time favorite movies (and I also recommend the book, it’s beautiful, Truman Capote was an amazing writer). So… I thought that recreating the wonderful sleep mask that Audrey Hepburn wore in this movie would be a great way to start my week.
The playful styling, the bright colors and gold trims truly speak of fashion in the early sixties, (one of my favorite times in fashion).