Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Thank you so much for reading and I hope you’re having a fantastic holiday!
I saw these skull beads in bracelets everywhere over the Summer and decided I wanted to make myself a pair of earrings using them. Here is what you’ll need:
I used 2 earrings (set of 18 for $3), 2 head pins (set of 14 for $3), 2 large skulls ($1.50 each), 2 small skulls ($0.75 each), and 4 spacer beads ($0.50 each). I purchased the beads at a local store in Maine, although any bead store should carry them since they’re so popular. I got the hardware at a Michael’s craft store.
Then, use a pair of needle nose pliers to bend the top of the head pin in to a U shape. Almost a circle, but with a gap big enough to put the earring in it. These pliers can be found at craft or bead stores, or even places like Kmart. The price can range from around $9 to around $30. If you don’t want to buy them then try looking up a bead store that allows its customers to make their jewelry in house.
Next, you put the earring in to this U shape, and use the needle nose pliers to continue to close the circle in the head pin. Then, using the pliers, keep rolling this circle until all the extra wire is used up.
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Nothing about the colder months beats being able to bundle up in a comfy sweater and go sit by the fire, pick apples, drink hot chocolate, and all kinds of other cliche cold weather activities. Check out the sweaters I currently have my eye on below:
And now for the credits:
As you can see, I’ve been spending a lot of time on the ASOS website recently.
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Stumbled upon this on Pinterest and just wanted to share it with everyone.
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See what I did there? It’s trend forecasting wrapped in a pun wrapped in a 90’s reference.
Beanies are popping up everywhere lately, and so I thought I’d give you some inspiration from some of my favorite bloggers as to how to rock one of this winter’s accessory trends.
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Looks like Romwe is at it again with this Givenchy-esque shark tee shirt. I have to admit, the Givenchy shark and rottweiler tees have been in my dream closet for awhile…is the Romwe version an acceptable alternative? Or is it too close for comfort? At only about a tenth of the price it certainly wouldn’t hurt your wallet as much, but does that make it worth considering?
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