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Welcome to another KCL Beauty Edit! I've really loved so many of the beauty and makeup products I tried last month. There is usually at least one dud in the bunch that I reluctantly have to give a bad review, but I have something good to say about each one of these products. A few of them I very highly recommend, so grab a cup of coffee and check it all out. If you have a question about any of the products mentioned, please leave it below in the comments section. And if you don't have time to read this, you can skip ahead and listen to my video review here while you work or whatever. Enjoy!


The new skincare line I tried last month was from LHB Natural Skincare, which included a facial wash and two different facial serums. I recently posted about LHB in an anti-aging skincare routine blog and video to show how I use each of these products. Of course I started with the facial wash, which I really loved. The LHB Coconut & Sea Clay Mineral Face Wash is great for any skin type…

DIY Shabby Chic Ornament

My daughters' room is already decorated in pink and green shabby chic, so I kept that theme going with their Christmas decor. At the National Apple Harvest Festival in PA, I bought the cutest bell ornament. It was a simple bell with a gingham bow glued to the top. I immediately knew I wanted to make more in pink and white for my girls' tree. It's a very simple DIY ornament project that beginner crafters can easily make. You can make it even easier by not painting the bells.



Materials:

-a pack of round Christmas bells

-gingham ribbon

-ornament hooks, twine or string

-hot glue or fast-drying craft glue

-craft paint or spray paint


Instructions:

1. Place a hook or tie string or twine in the top.

2. Paint with craft glue or spray paint and let dry. (I like to let it dry on bubble wrap.)


3. Cut your ribbon into at least an eight inch strip so you can tie it into a small bow and have plenty left-over to trim.

4. Make the pretty inverted V-shape at the end of the bow by folding the end in half then cutting diagonally at a 45 degree angle.



5. Glue it onto the top of the ornament with hot glue of craft glue and let dry.


Viola! Now you just need to find a cute little elf to hang it on the tree:




*Images by Krisztina Williams. Bloggers are welcome to share only if images are properly credited and link back directly to this post.

Comments

  1. That looks easy-peasy but we don't do Christmas trees.

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  2. Very cute! We've got no tress this year, we'll hold on untill our son is older. Happy Xmas!

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  3. You could give Martha Stewart a run for her money, girl!

    Merry Christmas!

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