Hello I haven't made a tip in ages and I'm sorry I was busy setting up my blog which you should check out I'll post the link at the end of the tip :) What you need
♥ 1 tablespoon of sugar ♥ 1 tablespoon of honey ♥ half of teaspoon of olive oil ♥ half of teaspoon of Vaseline ♥ 1 spoon to mix ♥ small bowl ♥ small container
Mix honey and sugar in a small bowl. Add Vaseline and food colouring, you only need a tiny amount other wise it will be too dark then continue to mix again. When the mixture looks ready add olive oil and guess what? You mix again!!! When your done put it in nice small container which you can get in a craft shop or on the internet I'll put the link below. It should be good for one week.
Well that won't be too hard. Right? I hope you enjoyed this tip and Bye for now !!
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Hola beauties :) How are you? This is just a quick tip but I might make series with these so yeah :D Quick note all the outfits are for spring. ♥ First Look The first look is inspired by Tinkerbell. I think that you shouldn't add too much accessories since Tinkerbell's only accessorie is a blue string/ribbon that keeps her bun up. You don't have to wear the cardigan I just thought it went nice with the dress.
♥ Second Look This is a Snow White look. I did my best to make it look like her dress and I really like hoe it turned out. I really like the shoes on this one.
♥ Third Look Little Mermaid, this out fit is more comfy then the other two but you can still wear it when hanging out.
So this is it, keep an eye on the next tips but now Bye !!
Hi I wanted to talk about this because I know how hard it is to find out that you have to leave a place that you lived in for a long time. When I was 7 I lived in Poland with my mum and my dad moved to UK to work and after 2 years my mum told me that we're moving there as well. It was really hard for me at first, I couldn't imagine leaving behind my family and friends. Also I had to learn English and I didn't have a big amount of time to do it. I was scared that people won't accept me there and all the negative thoughts were on my mind for a long time. My first week at school wasn't great either. Yes I had a friend she was polish too, I could talk to someone but I found it hard to talk to other people so I just kind of become awkward around other people, I really missed my close friends and family so how did I deal with it? I'll tell you now.
♥ Spend the last days there with the people you know you will miss the most.The last couple of days that I was in Poland I mostly spend on the country side with my untie, uncle and grandparents, then I was with my friends at other times. I made as much memories as I could.
♥ Talk to someone about your feelings or write them down on a piece of paper if you don't want to talk to anyone.
♥ Create a memory board with your friends, get all the photos or sticky notes and put them on the board.
♥ Keep in touch with your friends, Skype, Facebook call. Contact each other as much as you can.
♥ Visit now and then. I always go back to Poland for summer and catch up with everyone.
♥Try to find new friends. Say like if your new neighbours have a daughter/son try to talk to them, I know it's hard but it's better then just being depressed right?
♥Listen to music, if it helps you to forget about something and relax then just do it.
That's it for now if you want to talk to me PM me, you are very welcomed :)
I'm so excited about this because I started to make this tip ages ago and it was just kind of there in my drafts and now I finished it :)
Ingredients that you will need :
►very soft butter
►140g golden caster sugar
►1 large egg yolk
►1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
►300g of plain flour
►Extra flour for rolling
►300g royal icing
►Cochineal food colouring
►120g dark chocolate
►50g white chocolate
♦ Step 1 pre-heat the oven to 180C. Put baking parchment on two baking trays or if you don't have the parchment you can use foil.
♦Step 2 Put the butter, the sugar, the egg yolk and the vanilla in a large bowl. If you don't have one large egg you can use two medium eggs. You'll have to separate the yolk from the white stuff (I have no idea what's it called,) If you don't know how to do it, then I usually crack the shell in half and pass the yolk from one half to the other so the yolk stays in the shell.
♦Step 3 Beat the mixture with a wooden spoon until it's soft and paler. Add in the flour and stir until it makes a dough.
♦Step 4 Split the dough in two and make two disks. Put them into the fridge for 10 minutes to chill. When it's chilling clear off a large work surface and dust it with flour.
♦Step 5 Roll the dough out until it’s about as thick as a £1 coin (3.15 mm) and use a round cookie cutter to cut out as many cookies as you can.
♦Step 6 Roll out the dough, cut it out and carefully pick it up with spatula and place on the baking tray. When you finish put the cookies in the oven and bake for about 15 minutes, but check them after 10 minutes. When they're done leave them to cool down.
♦Step 1 Colour one using red food colouring. Drop in some water, the icing needs to be quite thick, but not runny, it has to hold it's shape.
♦Step 2 When you have an evenly mixed red, take just over a half of a teaspoon and put it on one side of a cookie. Then spread it out into a semi-circle over the cookie. The best way to get the icing neat is to wash your hands thoroughly and dip your finger into cup of cold water; this makes the icing much easier to work with. When you're finished with red do the same with white icing on the other half of the cookie.
♦Step 3 Melt 120g of dark chocolate in a bowl over a pan of simmering water, with a splash of vanilla essence to make it sweeter.
♦Step 4 Put the chocolate into the piping nozzle and pipe a straight across the center of the biscuit where the red and the white meet, with a circle in the middle.
♦Step 5 Then melt some white chocolate about 50g in a microwave and pipe a tiny white blob in the middle of the circle.
♦Step 6 Let them dry and then enjoy your your cookies :D
Hello I haven't done a tip for aaagggeesss so I thought it would be a good idea to make one now and few others should come out soon :D.
♥ 1: This first look is really girly and nice, If you live somewhere where it's quite worm you can go ahead and wear it, if you live somewhere where it a bit colder just throw on some skin colour tights and you will look great. You can also add or take away some accessories it's up to you.
♥ 2: This second look is also girly and I really like the delicate colours it brings more life to everything, you can wear any shoes with it really I just chose them cause I really liked the colour and I really like palisade vulc shoes . Again you can add or take away the accessories.
♥ 3 : This one is more fun, if you want to you can wear it with a hoody or a cardigan. This is more 90's related because I imagine the graphic T-Shirt to be oversized, you can also add some white socks with that or other accessories.
♥ 4: Last but not least, if you live somewhere where it's warm enough to wear shorts then go ahead and try this out, it's really simple but still nice and will probably get some positive comments. Also I added Toms because they're always great and comfy to wear but you wear this set with any flats.
So that is it I hope you liked the sets and look out for more tips to come out, hopefully some time soon. But for now Bye!!!