Want to See Me Do Your Favorite Pinterest Pin?!

Ever see something on Pinterest that you really wanna try, but kinda wish someone you know did it first so you know it works/it’s worth your time? Look no further! Send me your favorite Pins on Pinterest….My account is

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Simply, follow me, then find a pin you want to see me do, and click SEND to send it to me! OR leave the link to the pin in the comments section of this post :)

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Happy pinning!

XO Lisa O


How to Make Lip Gloss out of a CRAYON!

So it seems I am on a bit of a crayon kick lately. Once you start searching pinterest for crayon ideas, the results are pretty much limitless. I discovered this amazing tutorial & I couldn’t believe how easy it was! Make your own lipgloss out of crayons and coconut oil!

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XO Lisa O


Homemade Cough Syrup Recipe!

My household has been sick more than ever this year. Pearl, Jack, and myself have all been victims of multiple colds & other viruses over the last few months. I’ve tried lots of things & this recipe I found on Pinterest has been the best so far at defeating the almighty cough. Store bought cough syrups contain all kinds of nasty chemicals. I have never felt comfortable taking, much less giving to my child. This recipe contains all natural food ingredients, specifically raw honey, which has been proven over and over again to aid in respiratory health.

It is safe to use on kids, just don’t use on a baby under 1 year old since it’s not recommended they have raw honey. Let me know if you have any cough syrup recipes you like in the comments!

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons raw hone
  • 2 tablespoons unrefined coconut oil, melted
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon

 

XO

Lisa O


Homemade Recycled Crayon Tutorial!

Hey guys,

So, we have lots of old crayons lying around our house. Instead of throwing them away, I like to melt them down into shapes and make brand new crayons! It is SO easy, you won’t believe it. Kids love this project, too! I used a heart shaped silicone mold, but you can use any shapes you want. Watch the video below :)

XO

Lisa O