Saturday, April 30, 2016

Sautéed Chickpea Recipe

Hey there, I'm back with a quick recipe.

Recently, I took on the challenge of being vegetarian for a week, which doesn't seem like the world's hardest challenge but as someone who loves chicken and steak, it was harder than I thought. I wanted to share this recipe because it is perfect for lunch or dinner and it easy and quick to make. Also, it's vegan!

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Fashion Drawing

Hey there, yes, I know it's been a long time since I've blogged.
I recently wanted to reboot this blog because I want to document what I've been doing!
So in the last year, I've learned how to sew and it's become a new hobby for me. Currently, I'm enrolled in a fashion drawing class at a local community college, although the course ends in two weeks.

Here are some pictures of my slow progress:

Very first croqui sketch (01/29/16)
Practice (01/30/16)

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Royal Apothic Cuppa Cuppa Firming Tea Treatment Mask REVIEW

Hey guys, it's been two years, but I'm determined to actually blog this year!

Recently I went to an Anthropologie and was shifting through some beauty products in the sale section when I came across this!

I've been looking for a face mask for awhile now
so this seemed like a perfect opportunity to give this one a try!

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Countdown to Christmas! +Free Printables

Since today is the first of December, that means Christmas is only 24 days away!
I decided to have a countdown to Christmas 'calendar/checklist/countdown'
I have created two copies, a fiversadventures one and a customizable one.

Below is the Fiver's Adventures Christmas Checklist!
Click the image below and save it to your computer to print.

You guys can get a pretty good look at what I'll be posting next by this countdown checklist. Check my blog (almost) everyday until Christmas for guidance on this countdown! There is no special order that I will be completing these. Lastly, have fun with anything on the list, many are open for interpretation!

Friday, November 29, 2013

Castile Soap

I realize I took quite a hiatus from blogging,
but I am back now with some new DIYs to share!

Disclaimer: I am not sponsored by this company nor was I paid to make this post.  I am not affiliated or associated with this company. This is my own opinion about this company.

 I though I'd just put a disclaimer, since I'm discussing a specific brand.

In my Foaming Soap Tutorial, I used a 2 oz bottle of Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile Soap in peppermint. I finally got around to buying a 32 oz bottle of unscented castile soap! I love how versatile liquid castile soap is for DIYs. You can create shampoo, scrubs, cleaning products, and much more!

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Easy Lotion Bars

Let's jump right into this tutorial today!
First, lotion bars (aka solid lotion) are more common in the Etsy and DIY world rather than in stores.
They are literally bars of moisture for your skin. If you think about it, it is like a brick of lip balm for your skin! By the warmth of your hands you melt the ingredients and rub it onto your skin.
It can also be poured into a tube and just glided across the surface of your skin, too.

I'm casting my lotion bars in cleaned yogurt cups today. Remember NO WATER can come in contact with any of the ingredients. Water does not emulsify with oils and can cause bacteria to grow.