I’ve been looking for a way to organize my jewelry, in particular my bracelets, which were usually all piled up together in one box or another. I wanted a bracelet holder which would allow me to see the bracelets that I have, keep them organized, and easily accessible. I’ve seen generic bracelet holders (usually just black) at various craft stores, and decided why not just make my own?
I had all of the ingredients already laying around in my place, and I suspect you do too. All you need is:
Welcome to another giveaway and a chance to raise awareness towards another fantastic organization, brought to you by Malu!
Every store carrying Malu products selects a charity or an organization within its community towards which Malu donates 5% of the sales. In the case of T2B, this week’s featured organization, the store supporting it is Clyde Hatch Boutique, located also in Windsor Ontario, where you can find beautiful Malu shoes and accessories. Read more
This year was my first year attending the Mode Accessories show and I totally felt like a kid in a candy store! So many beautiful things everywhere, such interesting and unique pieces, and just a great overall atmosphere. I already can’t wait for next year. The show was massive so I’m going to keep this super brief and just mention a few cool brands I came across today: Read more
If you’ve read yesterday’s post you know we’re re-purposing the beautifully bejeweled Pink Pewter bracelet. What are we re-purposing it for you ask? Hair jewelry! More precisely to decorate our sock buns.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make your very own carefully crafted, luscious sock bun!
1. Yes you need a sock
Grab a sock, preferably in a neutral colour that won’t blind if it accidentally peeks through. Cut off the toes, and roll it in on itself. Make a high (very high!) ponytail and place it inside the rolled up sock.
2. Spread it around
Bend forward and separate your hair such that it falls evenly all around the sock and secure it with another elastic. Read more
So I’m finally embracing the midi skirt. I can’t decide if it’s a fad but it’s growing on me and I get lots of compliments when i wear it. Here I am combining a textured white top with a striped midi, and since the colours are neutral I’m amping the look up with lots of jewelry.