Do you ever love an accessory, but deep down know you’ll never wear it…unless you’re at an outdoor concert or music festival? That’s how I feel about these pearl sunglasses. They would go great with a floral headband and crop-top, don’t you think?
Earlier this summer my best friend and I went to a free bootcamp class in the city. We were mostly motivated to go because after the class we would receive a free meal from Sweetgreen. The thought of their Blueberry Basel Lemonade is what kept me going throughout all the drill-like exercises. After that day, I was hooked on the summer drink. I would have never thought to combine blueberry and basel, but they are the perfect combination. Thankfully, Sweetgreen posted the recipe online, so now I can indulge in the drink anytime I want!
I’m back! In case you hadn’t noticed, I decided to take a little break from blogging. It’s mostly been due to a lack of time and inspiration, but I hope to be back in full swing really soon! I have so many projects lined up that all I need now is the time to make them. I commend those DIY bloggers who manage to post projects almost everyday! (P.S. How do you do it?!) Anyway, today I’m bringing you this awesome Studded Rhinestone box necklace. It’s a great way to use up some leftover craft supplies from previous projects. Plus, it’s super easy to make!
- Box Chain
- Jump Rings & Fastener
- Chain (If the box chain is too short)
- Super Glue
Â If your box chain is too short, cut two pieces of chain to the length you want the necklace to fall. Attach to box chain using a jump ring. On one end attach just a jump ring, and jump ring and fastener on the other.
I’m pretty spoiled in the juicing department. My parents make sure I get my daily serving of vegetables with a green juice every morning. This time however, I was craving a simple and refreshing carrot juice. I also wanted something sweeter so I decided to add pineapples and mangoes. It was the perfect combination. Though I wouldn’t drink this everyday because of the natural sugars, it is perfect for a warm day!
I feel as though I’ve been living in headbands lately. My job as a cake decorator requires me to wear my hair pulled back at all times. My refusal to wake up earlier in the mornings usually means I quickly pull my hair back in a messy bun. When my hair is particularly unruly, I throw on a headband. My hair accessories were definitely in need of some updating, and what better way than with a studded headband? Now my messy buns can at least have some edge!
-fabric covered headband
-sew on studs (I got mine at A.C. Moore)
-sewing needle & matching thread