Do you have a lot of jewelry? Well, I am going to show you a stylish champagne way to showcase that jewelry so you never have to go hunting again. This piece can be made for less than nothing and with a little effort on your part, you will have a stunning place to showcase your jewelry. Here is what you will need.
Paper clips or safety pins
I made this for just the cost of the spray paint which I used on other projects
The other day we traveled to South of The Border, which is about two hours away from where we live. You can read about our adventure here. Since we were going to travel 2 hours there and 2 hours back in one day, I wanted to be comfortable but being comfortable doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice style.Remember you can still have champagne taste on a bare budget.
On this particular day, I decided to wear a blue zigzag print maxi dress that I bought from Zulily. If you are unfamiliar with this
As I mentioned in my welcome post, not only was I going to let you in on all those tips for design, parties, and style but also cool places that you can go on a bare budget. So this is a post about a cool place on a bare budget.
Go wine tasting, even if you don't particularly like wine you can go along and just taste a sip or two. They even have non-alcoholic alternatives. Most of the time wine tasting costs between $5-$10 per person, but the amount of enjoyment and relaxation you get is priceless.
Pallets can be fun. In the past, I have made so many things from pallets. Today, since the Fourth of July is just right around the corner, I want to show you how to make something out of a pallet that is Fourth of July worthy. This particular craft is all about being shabby chic. It may require a little time but is very easy to do and the results are stunning. The first thing you need to do is gather your supplies. You will need the following items:
A Pallet- I am lucky that where my husband works
Remember the trick I taught you here. Well here are some sure fire ways to make your fresh flowers last. First, did you know that roses have something called guard petals? If you aren't sure what they are they are the outer petals that tend to turn brown or wilt quickly.
You know what I am talking about, sometimes the flower bouquets in the store get passed over because the outer petals are just less than desirable. Who wants to spend their hard earned money on flowers that look dead?