Following the creation of my terrarium, I decided to try another planting project. This time with mason jars and herb seeds, hopefully they’ll be successful.
For each seed type you’ll need: 1 mason jar, a large handful of putting soil, a small handful of pea pebbles, a handful of perlite, herb seeds. You can also buy a kit with all the supplies you need here.
Directions: 1. Start with an inch of perlite. 2. Then put a 1/2 inch layer of pebbles. 3. Followed by 2 inches of soil. 4. Make a small hole in the soil with your finger, about 1 inch deep. 5. Place the herb seeds and the hole and cover with soil. 6. Add water and sunlight.
I’m hoping my seeds will soon grow into plants that I can use in cooking.
Off to enjoy the Seattle sun!
1. scalloped purse // 2. flower earrings // 3. cake platter // 4. romantic fragrance // 5. silk blouse // 6. bright goblets // 7. mint skirt // 8. mini planter // 9. coral water bottle
A little pastel inspiration while we wait for the warmer weather.
I recently received some lavender oil as a gift and boy does it smell good. I decided to try it out in a recipe and it turned out great. But take note, a little goes a loooong way.Get the printable recipe card here.
While this dessert might appear to be complicated, you literally only need four ingredients, all of which you probably already have in your kitchen. It is the perfect last minute dessert for unexpected guests or just to satisfy your chocolate craving. Special thanks to my aunt for sharing this recipe with me.Get the printable recipe card here.
If you are looking for other decadent chocolate desserts, check out this super rich chocolate cake or these raspberry cupcakes.
These pom-pom push pins are a great way to spruce up a bulletin board and I was able to make them from supplies I already had lying around. All you will need to make them are some colored yarn, flat tacks, and a glue gun.
1. You’ll need some brightly colored yarn and tacs
2. Start by wrapping the yarn around two fingers. After approximately 50 wraps, remove the loop carefully from your fingers and lay flat. Cut a piece of yarn about 8 inches long.
3. Lay the wrapped loop of yarn, centered, on top of the 8 inch piece and tie a knot once. Then flip the loop over and tie a double knot on the other side. Try to tie this as tightly as possible.
4. Once tied, cut all the loops.
Lastly, fluff up the ball by rolling it between your hands and trim the yarn so that it begins to form a ball. Try and keep one side of the ball relatively yarn free so that it is flat.On the flat side of the yarn ball, glue the push pins with the glue gun. I found it helpful to glue the push pin onto the pom-pom and then do a second layer of glue around the edges of the push pin so that the pins are extra secure.
I hope you had a great weekend and this adds some spruce to your bulletin board,
For some festive holiday decor, I made a simple white pompom garland. I used white yarn and it ended up looking just like a garland of snowballs, but this would be just as perfect in red and pink for valentines day.
For this tutorial, all you need is a spool of yarn (I used about 300 yds for 12 pom poms), bakers twine, and a medium pom pom maker.I started by wrapping the yarn around each side of the pom pom maker, I ended up doing between 2-3 layers of yarn on each side.
Once you’ve wrapped the yarn fully around both sides of the pom pom maker, close both sides and begin cutting all of the loops.Now that all the loops have been cut, tie a knot around the center portion of the pom pom maker. Use a double knot and make it as tight as possible.Once you’ve removed the pom pom, trim the ball of any extra yarn. After completing about 10 pom poms, string the yarn balls onto the bakers twine.
Hang on a mantel for some added holiday decor.
Colorful iPhone case // Rose gold headphones // Telephoto iPhone lens // Insta classic camera // Portable wood speakers // Retro Phone // USB bow
I’ve been eyeing these tech accessories, they look like fun ways to spruce up my day to day use of technology.
Hope you enjoy the gadgets,