Wine Glass Ring Pops
I decided to create Erica's Redneck Shot Glass Rings last night.
All you need is some type of party ring that has a flat surface, small party cups (the red solo cups are awesome too) and a glue gun. Whaaalaaaa!
WARNING: Use Gorilla glue or a stronger glue. I realized through trial and error ...Glue sticks are not best!
Boston and Lucy helped make these....lol. My sweet helpers, love them!
And the results...awesome for a girls night!!
DO IT YOURSELF - MAKE THE WALLS LOOK "PURTY" AGAIN.
Color-Glide Pro TouchUp Paint Buddy - Covers Scratches
Stains and Scuffs without a Paint Brush - Color-Glide Pro is an innovative brushless painting system with a painting tube, applicator and paint transfer pump. There is a stainless steel ball bearing in the tube that mixes the paint. Perfect for covering scratches and scuffs as well as small paint projects. Color-Glide was created for painting jobs and home improvement projects Color-Glide now makes the painting hassles a thing of the past. Each Color-Glide Pro contains a stainless steel ball bearing that is used to mix the paint and keep it fresh and uniform. The tube holds about 3-ounces of paint and is great for scuffs, scratches and small paint jobs.
Wall nicks, scratches, scuffs and stubborn stains occur in
all households. Also, having a young artist in the family can pose problems when removing drawings and scuff marks from walls and painted surfaces. Setting up rollers, trays and drop sheets for small touch up jobs can be time consuming and messy. Additionally, cleaning products only work on certain stains and do nothing to cover scratches and scuffs where the paint has been affected. To make this job easy Color-Glide Pro takes the hassle out of covering stubborn scratches, scuffs and marks on doors, baseboards and walls. The Color-Glide Pro is a quick and easy solution that uses your own custom colored paint. If you have cans of paint laying around, or your are ready to newly paint rooms in your home, the Color-Glide Pro is the perfect tool. Simply use the included pump to transfer paint from the can directly into the Color-Glide Pro, screw on the applicator cap, them remove the applicator protective cap and you are ready to paint over the stubborn marks. Once you are finished simply store the filled tube away for another day. For example, after painting a room, before closing the paint cans for good, you now can store excess paint from your project in a Color-Glide Pro for future touch-ups. The color can be seen through the tube for easy identification. Later, when a wall needs a minor touch-up, you simply remove the protective cap, squeeze some paint to the surface of the felt tipped paint applicator and paint of the stain, scuff or scratch. Once your painting task is complete, cleaning is simple - either rinse the applicator or simply cap it and store it for a future use. Color-Glide Pro is also a useful tool for making signs and children's art and craft projects.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED AND JUST THE RIGHT SIZE
"For those to travel, those who are curious, and those who can't commit" - tiny sized beauty products, brilliant!
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ERICA'S MUST HAVE THIS WEEK...
The Peacock Scarf! You know I love a good scarf...and this one is unique, beautiful and awesome to dress up your outfit. It's 45 bucks, but worth it!
3 Things Missing from Your Beauty Routine
These easy-to-follow guidelines will give you glowing skin and shiny hair from week to week. Just remember to make time to actually do them!
1. Wash makeup brushes.
It seems obvious, and yet so many of us overlook cleaning the very tools we use on our face on a daily basis. Using clean makeup brushes can improve skin health, help makeup go on smoothly, and even extend the brushes' lifespan to up to a decade.
New York makeup artist Andie Markoe-Byrne shares her tips on how to care for her brushes: Squeeze a drop of liquid antibacterial soap in your palm. Wet the brush and swirl it around the soap. Next, run the bristles under warm water until it runs clear. Gently ring out the bristles and lay brush flat. Never stand it up in a cup to dry - the water will drip down and loosen the glue that adheres the bristles to the handle, cutting its lifespan in half. If you notice that your brush has lost its shape, the bristles are falling out, or the handle
is loose, then it's time to consider a replacement.
2. Deep condition hair.
Applying a deep conditioner to your tresses just once a week will hydrate and even repair hair follicles better than a daily conditioner. "It builds the keratin protein in the structure of the hair and strengthens it," says
Soak your hair in warm water before smoothing on the deep conditioner. "This will help open up the hair cuticle and allow the product to penetrate," says Potempa. Need the perfect excuse for a long, bubble bath? Potempa says to keep the deep conditioner on for as long as you can, preferably tucked away in a shower cap. Then, finish with a cool water rinse to lock in moisture and shine.
Scrubbing away dead skin cells weekly with an exfoliator can enhance the texture and tone of your skin. "As we get older, our own enzymes that normally exfoliate our skin are no longer as effective so complexions can look rough and dull," says
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