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No more chipped nails ;)

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Name rings, one for each kid and stack them... Love it.

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The perfect shoulder length bob with layers.

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bob

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Method to get this look

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Gray Smokey Eye...less harsh than black!

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How to clean up after polishing your nails - too awesome

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No Heat, Last All Day Curls In Literally 15 Minutes.

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polymer clay bangles

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SUCH a great video on 25 ways to wear a scarf

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Cut two rectangles. Sew a tube on top of both. Pull ribbon/fabric through and knot. Sew sides up.

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ruffles, blazer, statement necklace

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Fall :)

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(I WANT TO DO THIS!!!!) A Favorite Things Party- Here's how it works: Each person brings their favorite thing (anything you like.. your favorite lip gloss, favorite kitchen tool, favorite gift wrapping supply, a gift card for your favorite frozen yogurt, etc.). It can't cost more than $6, and each person brings five of the same thing. When you arrive at the party, you write your name on five slips of paper and throw them in a big bowl. The bowl is passed around, and each person takes five names (making sure you don't pick your own.. or two of the same name). One at a time each person introduces their favorite thing and then reads the five names they picked from the bowl, passing out their gift to those five guests. After everyone at the party has presented their favorite thing, each person should end up with five gifts to take home. It's always interesting to see what people choose, and some guests have started to bring a notepad and pen to jot down what people love (this is how I was introduced to Trader Joe's Sea Salt Chocolate Caramels, which are nearly my undoing each winter).

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  • Kim Marie
    Kim Marie

    I would attend this party . . . .

1. grab some cotton t-shirts you don’t wear anymore. larger sizes tend to work better as do non-ribbed shirts with no side seams. small logos on the shirts work fine, too. 2. grab a pair of fabric scissors if you have them, otherwise any scissors will do. 3. lay the shirt out on a flat table in front of you. 4. cut the hem off the bottom and put it aside. 5. cut the shirt into 1-1 1/2 ” horizontal strips all the way up to the armpit. 6. grab 3-4 shirt strips in both hands, and gently stretch them out. the strips will naturally curl into themselves. 7. once you have done this with many of the strips, it is time to get creative. try draping them, wrapping one end with excess fabric, combining colors, braiding them, attaching beads, pins, old jewelry, etc.

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Fold scarf in half. Loop around neck. Pull only one strand of the scarf through the loop. Twist loop, then pull other strand through. Julie Lara

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