I was inspired to paint this by Amy Tangerine’s #MotivationalMonday watercolour quotes. This is my favourite quote at the moment! I’m trying to find different ways to unlock creativity. What inspires your creative side? Have a happy week!
SO excited for this post! I love lip scrubs but I always think they’re so expensive. So I did some research on how to make them and mixed a few recipes I found together to make this one. Its so quick and it just uses things you can find in your kitchen. And it really works!
And the best part? You can even eat it if you really want!
Last week I posted my favourite cupcake recipe but I didn’t add how to make the icing. For me icing is one of those things that I never really follow a recipe for, but here’s what I used to make the icing.
Icing sugar (1 cup)
Butter (add amount depending on the consistency you want)
Milk (add amount depending on the consistency you want)
3 tablespoons of coffee
2 tablespoons of cocoa
You have to stir the icing very vigorously to ensure that no lumps form. Ice the cakes using a piping bag or bottle or just spread it on with a butter knife.
I thought of a cool way to prettify anything with some sparkly sequin washi-tape. Here’s how to make it.
I hope you enjoyed this! Another post will follow soon, so keep on checking the blog out! I would love to hear your comments, criticisms, compliments, suggestions and ideas. You can leave a comment in the comment bar at the bottom of the post. Please also follow the Instagram page @missartsycrafty. I hope to hear from you soon! Miss Artsy-Crafty xxx
Food journals are a great place to store your favourite recipes, information and photographs of interesting dishes you’ve tasted and magazine clippings of tasty dishes and unique recipes. Here’s how to make your own.
A little further inspiration. Below are some pictures of how I decorated and added to my food journal. Let me know what you think!
Some other ideas: Tie the book closed with string or twine to keep loose cuttings, recipes and photographs in place. You could stick an envelope to the back to store other things too.