Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Influenster Jolly VoxBox

I received these items complimentatry from Influenster to test and review

Puff Utra Soft adn Strong to go tissue pack $.49/single pack

Ducklings Mini Rolls $2-$3 per roll

Skinny Cow Candy $3.99 a box or $1.09 per bar or pouch
Peanut Butter Cream

only 110-130 calories per pouch

6 bars per box

3 pieces per bar

very rich and creamy

Rimmel London NEW Show Off Lip Lacquer $5.49- $5.99 each

Intense rich colour of a lipstick combined with an invincibly smooth lacquer shine

14 Shades available

NYC New York Color HD Trio Eye Shadow

Long Beach Sands

Lightweight blendable formula

You probably have to use a primer to make colors pop more.

December Ipsy Bag

Ipsy Monthly Subscription is $10.00 a month and every month it comes shipped with a cute makeup bag instead of a box

Salon Perfect Lashes $2.98-Walmart

be a Bombshell-$16.00
The One Stick
can be used on cheeks, lids and lips

J.Cat $3.99
The Big Lip Pencil
Red Rose

Eye Blending Brush

Pop Trio Palette
Smokin Hot
not sure of the price for this palette but a 10 palette is $24.00

Friday, December 13, 2013

Influenster #VioletVoxBox 2013

These are the items I received in my Violet VoxBox

Goody Athletique Headband in dark grey

It closes with a velcro strap and is very adjustable. Wide band shape holds back flyways.

Totally ouchless and adjustable and quick drying

This is me wearing it. Haven't worn it to the gym yet but it feels like it stays in place with out it slipping off of your head even during your most sexiest Zumba moves.

Triple Shine by Sally Hansen

Sparkling Water

2 coats without a clear coat on top

Goody QuickStyle $12.99

Helps speed up the drying time of your wet hair

Absorbent Microfiber Bristles

Regular brush bristles with microfiber bristles on the brush pad

The microfiber bristles are protected by antimicrobial properties to inhibit the growth of mold or mildew from forming on the brush

SoyJoy $.99
SoyJoy all natural gluten free snack bar with 130-140 calories depending on bar..Can be enjoyed on the go or microwave for 8-10 seconds for a "fresh baked" experience

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I received all this products for review purposes only.

Monday, December 9, 2013

DIY Deco Mesh Wreath-Pictorial

Supplies Needed:
Wire Wreath-Michael s or Hobby Lobby
Pipe Cleaners unless you buy a wreath with the pipe cleaners already attached (hobby lobby)
20" Deco Mesh
Accent Deco Mesh (I think its 12")
Twigs/Picks/Letters or anything else you want to attach

Metal wreath can be bought at Mitchael's.They had 3 sizes when I went. I choose the medium size. I saw some at Hobby Lobby today in the Christmas ribbon isle with the pipe cleaners already attached to it.

You will need pipe cleaners cut in half.  Wrap a pipe cleaner in the 2 middle wires where there is a notch

After you wrap each notch, tie a pipe cleaner between the notches in the top 2 wires
see nest picture

Now you are ready to wrap your wreath.
Starting with the middle  pipe cleaners, tie a few inches of the beginning of the mesh like above picture

I measured the length of my tablet (about 8 inches) then scrunched it up loosely and tied it with the pipe cleaner

make sure you measure the same with each notch

Continue around entire Center Notches

Don't worry if it looks to spacey.You are doing a good job

Now you will work with the top pipe cleaners
Do the exact same thing as you did during the first round. Same measurements of mesh.

After each pipe cleaner has mesh tied on it you can now cut it off. Leave a few inches to tuck behind the wreath

now get the smaller roll of Deco Mesh

You will now do One round of the accent deco mesh. Start at the beginning of the wreath on the center pipe cleaner and tie  the mesh to it. Then bring it up and tie some mesh to the top pipe cleaner. LOOK AT ABOVE PICTURE

Continue this pattern until you complete one round. Remember center,top,center, top patter all the way around.
Cut the mesh and tuck main color mesh and accent mesh to the back of wreath.

I placed 3 picks where I  noticed a few gaps

I hot glued them to the back of the wreath

I painted a wooded "P" that I bought from Hobby Lobby and hot glued it to the mesh

This is the finished look for all less than $10.00
 I hope this helps. Please follow my blog for more DIY's and product reviews