Another beet juice with a twist! The recipe is much like Beet juice No.2 but has an added bonus.
Síganme los buenos. ¡No contaban con mi astucia! / Follow me. They did not count my astuteness!
Try these scrumptious chocolate almonds cookies. They are delicious and nutritious!
This is a modified recipe that we have made our own from one we found via Pinterest.
Here is a refreshingly sweet variation to our favorite Beet Juice recipe. It's mouthwatering!
Made by using McCall's M6328 Misses Shorts Pattern in style C, lovely high waisted bow shorts.
Here's a little sewing project from the other day, a lovely baby blue Peter Pan Collar with ribbon detail.
Here is a lovely guest post tutorial we shared via Good Vibrations on how to make a DIY Crystal Circlet.
It's been rather chilly these past couple day which is ideal for a nice hot beverage; yet I'm craving this frosty Chocolate Chia Smoothie and cannot get over an insatiable thirst for a chocolate chia beverage, so I came up with a compromise. That is, to make a hot chocolate version of the smoothie. As it turns out, the consistency is rather similar to a traditional Mexican drink known as atole de champurrado!
- 1 1/4 c unsweetened quinoa milk
- 1 t pure vanilla extract
- 2 T raw cacao powder
- 1 T peanut butter
- 1 T honey
- 2 T chia
- 1 banana
- 1/2 c kale
Heat 1 cup of milk over medium heat. Gently sir in the vanilla and cacao.
Finely grind the chia seeds then stir in with the milk for a light creamy feel.
Blend 1/4 cup of milk with peanut butter, honey, banana and kale until smooth.
Pour the warm milk mixture with the smoothie blend and pulse for a frothy consistency.
Sprinkle chia seeds to garnish, serve in a mug and enjoy!
♡ Featuring our first guest blogger, Madeleine of Good Vibrations with a DIY Hair Mask. ♡
Inspired by WeWork, a co-working company that aims to inspire creative people to do what they love, we are presenting Part I of our current workspaces; stay tuned for Viva La DIY Workspace :: Part II ::
Greetings earthlings, from a planet out in space. I know I may still look human but I promise you I'm not.
In the spirit of Halloween here's a spooky trick we learned, many moons ago, on The Magic School Bus:
Remember this DIY: Mermaid? Well being rather impromptu, I decided to revamp the look!
Style your mermaid hair with your dinglehopper of choice and adorn with these DIY seashell hair combs. They are sure to compliment any glamorous mermaid, of course! ♡
As reference to DIY: Holographic Skirt, this is a circle skirt tutorial with a zipper and yoke waistband.
Circle skirts come in various sorts of designs, patterns, shapes, sizes, textures, textiles, ~ etcetera ~ and yet there is an essential similitude among them all. That is, a circle pattern is quite standard and simplistic.
Our previous post was all about about DIY: Mouthwash & Toothpaste, so now I'll feature on how I make my own toothpaste. This certainly shows the process but it not limited to exactness. As always, feel free to personalize to your likeness and oral/dental needs.