Saturday, May 19, 2018
I do apologize, it's been quite some time since I have been on here ,but I'm baaaacckk lol I will post a step by step on this project later, I'm recovering from nose surgery and it's not fun..... While recovering I decided to try my hand at a upcycled denim purse, it wasn't bad .I found a old pair of jeans and a shirt at my house (clearly it was clothes I had outgrown),you could always go to your local thrift store or Goodwill Store and find materials to make the purse. Here is the finished product, I will try to do a step by step here soon ! Here is the link if you would like to purchase this one of a kind upcycled shoulder bag https://www.etsy.com/listing/615202113/recycled-jean-handbagboho-bagshoulder
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Love this beautiful blonde color.The balayage technique produces beautiful results. #learnearnlive #shadeseqgloss #behindthechair #lisashark #learnearnlive #styleyourstory #myredkenfuture #lisasharkhairdesigns #blondehair #balayage #redkenobsessed #myredkenfuture #redkenhaircolor
I love pretty pastel colors. This was alot of fun to do ! Love the pastel pink . #lisasharkhairdesigns #ombre #radforduniversityhair #virginiatechhair #salonnearvirginiatech #salonnearradforduniversity #pinkombrehair #pinkhairdontcare #btcpics #behindthechair #styleyourstory
I had a client request a total overhaul, this is what she got !!! Cut all the dead,damaged hair off , and completely changed that bleached out box color. Chemistry treatment and steam infusion treatment were also done.All Redken products were used. I love before and after photos #lisasharkhairdesigns #hairandbodymechanicscburg #beforeandafter #blondehair ##redkenhaircolor #colorcorrection #majortransformation #behindthechair
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The week before my surgery he wanted to take me out , a surprise he said. We went to the Swinging bridge restaurant in Paint Bank .On the way back we stopped at a pull off to look around. I just happened to be taking a picture of this beautiful tree and totally overlooked him standing there. When I went back and looked at it I loved seeing him standing there like that. I was going to crop him out lol so I'd have the picture of the tree but no way, I love it !
Monday, March 30, 2015
Well this was a easy DIY project ! I had surgery last week at Wake Forest and today my husband wanted me to come outside because he had a surprise for me. The weeks leading up to my surgery we had been clearly our land of some trees. I had told my husband that I wanted to make some log benches for our outdoor soirees, but with my surgery I kinda put it on the back burner. Today when he wanted me to come outside he told me that he had made me something. I was greatly surprised, he had made me a log bench !! It was so simple, he took a log about 4 foot long and cut it long ways down the middle.For the legs he cut two stumps the same height and notched the tops in a "rounded" V so the log bench would sit right down in there. The bench top was screwed in & when I heal up i will be putting a coat of polyurethane on it . In total this project cost us $0 ! (Pay no attention to the log in front of the bench he is working on another project lol)
Please note our cute baby fainting goat modeling on the bench lol
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Sunday, January 11, 2015
I needed some curtains but as always I couldn't spend a fortune, so I got crafty ! I bought two black twin sized flat sheets. I cut a slit in each end of the sheet that has the wide fold ... ( I don't know if that made sense lol ) but I did take a picture so you could see ! I cut a slit just big enough to put the rod through. After cutting the slit just slide in the curtain rod , hang and you're done ! These are great if you need curtains for a wide window , it's way cheaper then buying curtains. Two twin size sheets cover a window up to 132 inches wide , they are 96 inches long. If they are a little long just hang them higher, it will make the room look bigger or just let them pool up on the floor ! In total this DIY project cost me $12 ( 5 for the two sheets and 2 for the rods ) Good luck :)
Well recently my teenage son (who does blacksmithing ) made some hand forged hooks . I went to my scrap lumber pile and found a old board & cut it to the size I wanted. I screwed on the hooks and made a beautiful rustic looking coat rack. I will be posting some of the coat racks on etsy ( 2Kraftychics is the shop ) I also found some scrap lumber and made some other coat racks. I painted them with some paint I had on hand. You could easily make these with old knobs or hooks.They are a easy DIY project that is also budget friendly !