Sunday, April 15, 2012

Fab Finds

Spring has brought many new trends including bright colors, Floral print’s and a new post segment called “Fab finds”


these I bought from the Gap



Gap was pretty much overflowing with colored denim, Pants & shorts, they’re a splurge but gap has not yet let me down.




These from Target are a challenge because They can’t seem to stay in stock, there’s limited sizes and they are TIGHT so if you are lucky enough to find a pair go up 2-3 sizes from normal.

Mossimo Supply Co. Juniors Skinny Denim - Assorted Colors$22.99*



these from American Eagle are more of a Bo-Ho, boyfriend style than skinny, so they fit looser.

Found here

I’m obsessed with colored denim jeans and 2012 spring trends!Let me know if you SPLURGE or SAVE.

*available in multiple colors

Sunday, April 8, 2012

5 Minute Waves



  • 4-6 ponytails (depending on your hair’s thickness)
  • A straightener
  • Heat protector spray 
  1. Separate Hair into sections: 4-5 for thin, 6+ for thick:


2. Braid each section, then tie them off with the ponytails:


TIP: Don’t start braid right at scalp and spread braid out if you want looser waves.


3. Spray with Heat protector:


4. Straighten braids:

-Go over braid 2 or 3 times, or as much as you can for best turn out.


5. Take braids out:


TIP: Dirty hair holds better.




Bunnies and Bows

Our Easter lunch was...well "Eastery", with the pink, green and yellow table decor.
We had ham, green beans, scalloped potatoes and "green stuff". Yes, green STUFF, it's delicious!
especially with the bunny on top.
My Martha Stewart side kicked in when my Mom asked me to set the table:
I tied yellow & white polka-dot ribbon around the silverware and found a yellow Gerber-daisy to match and act as the center piece.
My outfit of choice was a red dress, necklace and ring (H&M) and brown and gold wedges (Payless).

Monday, November 7, 2011

Pumpkin Muffins

I know we’re past pumpkin carving season but it’s still fall and that's exactly what these muffins remind me of. We made these in my nutrition class at school and they were a hit!

(since I made them at school I don’t have pictures)

feeds 12


1 cup of flour

1/2 cup of wheat flour

1/2 cup of sugar

2 tsp. of baking powder

1/2 tsp. of salt

1/2 tsp. of cinnamon

1/2 tsp. of nutmeg

1/2 cup of milk

1/2 cup of (canned) pumpkin

1/4 cup of (melted) butter

1 egg


1/2 cup of raisin, chopped nuts or both

(if you use both put 1/4 cup of each)


1. preheat oven to 400 degrees

2. grease bottom of muffin pan

3. mix dry & wet ingredients, excluding nuts/raisins

4. stir until everything is moist

5. fill muffin cups 2/3 of the way full

6. sprinkle sugar over batter

7. bake 18-20 minutes and remove from pan immediately

8. let cool and eat!



Wednesday, November 2, 2011

DIY: Greek goddess Costume

for Halloween I had 2 costumes. at my church festival I was a greek goddess and trick-or-treating I was a hippie. However, my favorite was the greek goddess costume and here is how I made it!:




I Applied gold eyeshadow and purple winged liner to look very royal and goddessy!


I put a gold and silver elastic braided head band on my forehead and to look like the golden leaves head wear they usually have on.

for my hair I side ways French braided the top half on both sides all the way to the back


of course a greek goddess is’nt a goddess without a royal serpent, and since I couldn’t find my snake, I had to draw one:


For my dress I wore a white short dress and for my shoes I wore these gold one’s I love


this costume was last minute and my favorite of the 2!

all of our costumes:



Giddy up hippie!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Personal Pan Pizza Project!

Saturday night my family and I decided to make our own pizza:
Tip: We used dough for bread instead of pizza crust and got a much fluffier outcome!
  1. Just like with pizza crust you have to stretch, pull, flatten roll and pound the dough.
Tip: Heating a pizza stone in the the oven prior to stretching dough, and brushing olive oil on dough before adding the goods will give your it a little pop!
2. Apply the goods!
On My pizza I added Ham, mozzarella cheese, pineapple, basil and Tomato sauce:
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3. After the toppings were all on we popped them in the oven for 25 minutes and waited…
4. When the timer dings take your pizza out and thank me:)
Our Pizza’s:

My Sister’s pepperoni (bread bowl)Pizza:Image10292011195529
My Dads “specialty” pizza (pre-bake):Image10292011195431
My Mom Made a Margarita Pizza:Image10292011195917 Image10292011201805

Saturday, October 29, 2011

DIY: small room, big change

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This room started out (pictured above) boring,dull and dirty.
We added a coat of paint (color: ponytail from Lowes), a table, a rug and some pillows to add some color.
the black and white dots (target) on the wall are dry-erase and chalkboards in a fun form, we cover the ugly cork board in fabric and ribbon and added white flowers which I hot glued on to push pins. This room looks awesome! its exciting and cute all at the same time.