Monday, April 28, 2014


Flower Child
With spring and summer around the corner, I wanted to share a fun DIY. Super easy and affordable. 
Flower crowns are making a breakthrough, from music festivals to street style. Coachella is covered with flower crowns. They are a fun way to add colour to an outfit and the perfect accessory. 

Supplies you will need:
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors 
  • Elastic Headbands
  • Flowers of your choice

Keep in mind: You can use any flowers that you would like, I picked a bunch up from the dollar store to keep this DIY affordable for everyone. I suggest getting a few branches of the same flower for each headband. Feel free to be creative in your design by using any flowers you find. 

Step One: Separate the flowers from the branches. This is super easy, if you pull the flower off from the stem it should have no problem coming off. 

Step Two: Once the flowers are separated, you will want to cut off the bottom tab off each flower. This will leave a flat base on the bottom of each flower. 

Sunday, April 27, 2014


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Jeans: Zara
Leather Jacket: Danier Leather
Flats: Aldo

Right now I am obsessing over Boyfriend Jeans, I think they are a statement piece that every girl should have in their closet. Not too baggy or too tight, with distress, make them a fashion statement; while keeping it laid back with a pair of flats or sneakers. You can dress them up or down, adding heels for a night out. 


Thursday, April 24, 2014


Tea Time is Any Time 

Hey everyone! Here is a quick and easy DIY project. A Chic and modern makeover. Perfect for a gift, with mothers day around the corner. You can customize your mug however way you like it. Be Creative. I have created 3 different designs to share with you! 

Here are the supplies you will need:
  • A Mug (cheaper mugs will help your design stay on better) 
  • Gold Paint Pen (Different from a sharpie)
  • Regular Black Sharpie
  • Rubbing Alcohol, in case you make a mistake

Be free to use any colour of sharpie or paint pen you would like! 

Heart Design
  1.  First you want to pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees
  2. Draw or trace out the design you would like on your mug.  I printed a heart out and traced the outline on my mug first. Don't worry if you make a mistake, the paint is easily removable from non-porous surfaces with rubbing alcohol before it sets. Then fill in your design. 

Allow your design to dry to the touch, once it has set, put it in the over for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. This will set the paint so that it is permanent. Let it cool and it is ready to use!

Sharpie Design

For this mug design, i used a sharpie instead of the paint pen. Using the Same method as above, I wrote the phrase "She Loves Green Tea" and even drew a tea bag on the side. You can write anything you would like on your mug. Don't worry if you make a mistake, the sharpie is easily removable from non-porous surfaces with rubbing alcohol before it sets. 

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Where Have I Been!?

Long time no talk

     It seems like forever since I've made a post! Life has been busy and I have been caught up with work for the past couple of months. Thanks for sticking with me and be on the look out for an up coming DIY project and Spring Look Book. I guess I just got caught in the winter blues, it has finally stopped snowing, and I am sooooo in need of flats and jean jackets! xo

Thanks y'all, Posts will be up soon! 

Boyfriend Jeans: Zara
T-shirt: Wilfred
Shoes: Converse