Saturday, June 14, 2014

Makeover picture

One of my clients wanted to try something new, So I cut several inches off, added layers & it completely changed & updated her look !

Tape in hair extensions

I decided to start uploading some of my hair creations, this is a client of mine who has very fine thin hair who wanted tape in extensions. They turned out beautiful !

Sunday, May 25, 2014

More pics of the easy DIY firepit

More pictures of the pit lol

Easy DIY firepit continued

Our $23 DIY firepit from 6 old cinder blocks

Easy DIY firepit

Well, we wanted a easy cheap firepit so we got creative with what we had lol. We have lots of old cinder blocks  so we arranged them in a octagon shape & filed the holes with white marble rocks ($3 a bag , one bag was all that was needed ) We bought a grate at Wal-Mart $20 , total cost of project ..... $23 !!!!  Bring on summer !

Friday, February 21, 2014

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Blonde hair with lowlights

My cousin Ashley. ..She wanted lowlights in her Blonde hair.. it turned out gorgeous ! Me & her after I finished it .

Sunday, February 16, 2014


Well I'm going to be posting several of my creations over the next little bit,  please bear with me because it's a few lol I'm going to also post some of my own ever changing hair styles & colors. ..enjoy !

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Mod podge picture project !

So I decided to try the mod podge picture project.,it was fairly simple lol. I bought the wooden plaque, sanded it, painted it& then let it dry. I then coatef it with mod podge for puzzles and while it was still wet I placed the picture on it. I waited 15 minutes & put a coat of mod podge over it and let it dry. I took ribbon and wove it around the top for a hanger and done !

finished !!
after applying a coat of mod podge 
2 coats of flat black paint ! 

Friday, February 7, 2014

Easy DIY Pallet goat house

It's been awhile since I posted anything , I've made a extreme career change & went back to school ! Enough about that, let's talk about my latest project ! We needed housing for our goats that was both easy to do and also easy on the wallet ! I found a local business that has huge 8x8 pallets that were perfect for the project , So I got two of them . I went to the hardware store & bought some wood screws, a remnant of vinyl flooring & 3 sheets of tin roof, a total of less than $50. When I got home me & my son started the project, it was quite simple. We put one pallet on blocks and got it level, put plywood ( which I had here) down on top of the pallet for the subfloor then took some old standard size pallets I had and stood them on their end for the sides then lifted the other 8x8 pallet on top of the whole thing for a roof. We then took plywood and out it on the sides, put the tin on the roof & the vinyl floor in, the vinyl floor makes clean up super easy ! After I took the pictures we took one more pallet and put in  the front to close it some & also fixed a "door" So we can close them in at night. It's a very sturdy, warm shelter for our beloved goats , it was easy & quick to build & also easy on the budget ! Good luck and thanks for stopping by :)