November 15, 2012
I've gotten a couple of masks over the last year or so on some travels and I've decided I'm going to put up a mask wall as soon as I have enough. In the mean time I'll just dream about how I want it to look!
November 13, 2012
October 6, 2012
October 1, 2012
July 18, 2012
Ok, first things for I have to say I haven't try this but I really want to! I think the biggest part is the look of it...it looks very messy, and detailed and that sort of puts me off of it, but I think I just need to put aside some time and give it a go!
Here is a list of what you need:
- Thermometer (meat)
- Double boiler or pot with a measuring pyrex or bowl suspended in the water
- Clean jars
- Coconut oil (can also use jojoba or sweet almond)
- Olive oil
- Beeswax (100% pure)
- Distilled or purified water
- Essential oils
- Optional aloe vera gel and vitamin E
All the other details for this great recipe are at An Austin Homestead. If you're not interested in this project you should still check out the blog! It's got lots of goodies I think you'd enjoy!
June 22, 2012
June 6, 2012
On our way back from the cabin with some friends we drove by a silow house. There was a little discution if it was really a house or not and then I got an article from my friend Angel (AKA the driver on our way back) and sure enough, it was (for some reason Wpg Free Press took it off the website, so I can't share the link with you). I thought it was just such a cool idea and so I thought I'd do a little post about these houses. I just think it's such a great idea!
June 1, 2012
May 7, 2012
Aren't these wonderful? I thought someone had digitally done this at first but then I read more about it and wow! What great art! Check out the video below as well, it's the making of the ice crack street!
Check out more about this great German artist Edgar Mueller at his site.