Wednesday, September 26, 2012

DIY: Pretty Polka Dot Nail Art

Hi everyone! It's been a while since we last posted. But, here's the follow up nail tutorial to our DIY Nail Dotting Tool post. This is a really easy, cute idea. I've gotten so many compliments from this nail design! 

You'll need: A base/top coat polish, white and neutral pink polish, and a dotting tool.

Start by applying a thin base coat. We used a two-in-one L'OREAL polish that works great!

 Apply the neutral pink on all your nails except for your ring finger. On the ring finger, paint on a coat of white polish.

Dab your dotting tool into a little bit of the pink polish.  The easiest way we found was to drop a little bit of polish on a piece of paper, and then dip the dotting tool into the polish. Apply dots carefully, but randomly, all over your ring finger.
Finish off with a top coat and you're finished with this cute nail design! Remember, you can switch up nail colors for a different look! 

And don't forget to visit our charity Etsy store,! Thanks and have enjoy this cute nail design!

♥ Parisa and Parisorn                  

Monday, September 17, 2012

DIY: Nail Dotting Tool

Many cute nail polish designs nowadays require a nail dotting tool- we figured out a way you can save money and make your own! 

You'll need:

Start by dampening the cotton ball with some nail polish remover.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Inspiration Ideas: Anthropologie and Free People Inspired Scarves

As you will see in the future, we are in love with items from Free People and Anthropologie. But with the hefty price tag on all their items, we just like to think, "if you can't buy it, DIY it!"

Inspiration Idea 1: Free People Checked Shirt Scarf
We love this idea.. it's a perfect scarf for the upcoming fall and winter. It's pretty easy to make, or at least that's what we think. Cut up some unused, plaid men's shirt into squares and sew them together. Cute and easy to make!

Monday, September 3, 2012

DIY: Bracelet Transformation

Hi everyone! We recently found an unused bracelet that came with a big set. It turned out that it was too big because part of the elastic had snapped. So we're going to put it to good use by transforming into a wearable bracelet.

Start off by cutting the bracelet and collecting the beads.