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Can-Do Attitude

Hey people, Today’s DIY is soda-licious! January (njaanuary) is here with us and is it just me or does the sun feel like its only 10 meters away?! Afternoons are just unbearable and I’ve found myself asking for ice cold soda to accompany my lunches. Now, is this in line with my new year resolutions to stay fit? Well of course not (duh!) , but whoever has a problem with that can pick it up with the sun.(talk to the hand emoji) Anyway, one day as I was enjoying my cold can of coke (honestly salivating as I write this), I noticed the recycle part and I got curious cause I’m always throwing them out. I know I’m not the only one. 15 hours on Pinterest and I think I got the perfect way to recycle your soda cans, heck even your beer cans, whichever you get to first. So…

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Jewelry for Corporate Official Wear Pt 2| Sheeart

Jewelry for Corporate Official Wear Pt 1| Sheeart Part 2 of the office jewelry series is here! Shee (once again) is sharing a ring tutorial with us! I mean, it’s about time, right?So, What you need; Wire. A thicker gauge works better Round Nose Pliers Flat Nose Pliers Mini bottle perfume or any other container with a small diameter will do too I talked about the tools used here in a previous post.    How; Measure your wire about 10 cm or the length of the pliers you are using and cut it using your wire cutters Wrap the wire around the perfume tube or your container. A simple trick to finding your perfect container is to use a ring you already own and try to push it through the tube. Where it fits perfectly, that’s around the are where you should wrap the wire   Coil your edges, using…

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Jewelry for Corporate Official Wear Pt 1| Sheeart

Hello hello people:) October is gone! It was 1st October just the other day man?! However, I’m excited because Shee (sister from another mother) is sharing another tutorial with us. You know how I like doing things myself?  Well,  that applies to jewelry, as evidenced by these feather earrings and this leather tassel necklace, to name a few. Over the  years ,(just 2) I’ve been able to make casual jewelry over the years and it’s always bothered me for a long time that I’ve not been able to make jewelry that I can wear to work. That changed when I met Shee, the Jeweler. The rumor out there is that one cannot wear crafted jewelry to work but with the steps she’s going to share with you below,  you’ll be one step closer to creating beautiful pieces that you could wear to work!:) What you need; 1.Flat beads.  These can…

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