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Hey everyone! My name is Elisa and this is a blog in which I post diy and beauty ideas that are either mine, or I find online. Right now most posts I find online (unless stated otherwise) because I'm trying to get together a youtube channel with diy, beauty, and fashion ideas.

I will credit everything that I can find credit for.
If you find your post uncredited, let me know and I will fix it right away.

Message me with requests or ideas. Tried something out? Send me a picture!
The more I can tell you guys are interested (by interacting rather than just liking/reblogging) I'll start having more giveaways on what it seems you guys like!

If I message you back, it will be under the url greatest-treasurel, my personal blog.

Interested in co-running? Send me a message :)

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Hey everyone!

As you can probably tell, I’ve been on a sort of break from this blog. School has been insane, and I probably won’t be able to be active again until it’s over, which is in two weeks. So if y’all can just stick with me for those two weeks I promise I’ll be actively posting again!

Thanks everyone!



DIY Cloud Mobile - Minnie Malazarte

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handmadepride:

Click here for more DIYs.

this is so cute for small dogs. make them a sweater with just your sleeve

handmadepride:

Click here for more DIYs.

this is so cute for small dogs. make them a sweater with just your sleeve


Anonymous
I have a round or triangular face (Not really sure which) but I always feel like it looks like I have no jawline... Help me, please.

what you really want to do is contour your jaw strongly. Right underneath your jawbone add a shade darker than your skin color and blend it in well. it gives it definition. you may also want to add highlighter to your chin!

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This is pretty great, probably my favorite DIY of the month by far!
Check it out here!

This is pretty great, probably my favorite DIY of the month by far!

Check it out here!

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DIY Animal Keychains
You’ll need some plastic animal toys, paint/nailpolish, small hooks, and keychain rings!
make it here!

DIY Animal Keychains

You’ll need some plastic animal toys, paint/nailpolish, small hooks, and keychain rings!

make it here!

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the-collegecrafter:

Use jugs to grow plants

the-collegecrafter:

Use jugs to grow plants

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the-collegecrafter:

Custom Coasters 

the-collegecrafter:

Custom Coasters 

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girls-organize:

FOR MORE DIY SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/nicolesawler

Store your makeup brushes in toothbrush containers!

girls-organize:

FOR MORE DIY SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/nicolesawler

Store your makeup brushes in toothbrush containers!

studyhack:

Taken from my Psychology Textbook- Psychology: the Science of Mind and Behavior by Passer and Smith

How to stay on too of your classes! I think we can all use this a little :p

studyhack:

Taken from my Psychology Textbook- Psychology: the Science of Mind and Behavior by Passer and Smith

How to stay on too of your classes! I think we can all use this a little :p

You're honestly so crafty and smart!!! Like I've been going through and reading ur blog and my bf talks about how he loves flasks and you just came up with that like OMG 😁 genius I know that my bf loves it lol I really don't know why but it's a guy thing anyways, keep doing what you're doing it's awesome👌👌

thank you, but please note that a majority of things i post are not mine, i find them and usually add instructions (since most images on the internet don’t include them).

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Spay praint plastic dinosaurs with golden (or silver) metallic paint and superglue them to the tops of mason jar lids to give containers a cute little twist!

Spay praint plastic dinosaurs with golden (or silver) metallic paint and superglue them to the tops of mason jar lids to give containers a cute little twist!

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Remember: Contour does not mean bronzer. A lot of people can pull of bronzer for contouring (very light skin and naturally golden tan). Otherwise be very wary on bronzer, as it isn’t made for contouring, although it’s what people mainly use it as. It is originally made as high lighter. Get one just a little darker than your skin or the same color and put it where highlighter should go to make you look sun kissed or use it as blush.
Be very careful when using it for contouring as it may make you too orange. Instead, use a foundation/concealer two shades darker than your skin color and blend well.

Remember: Contour does not mean bronzer. A lot of people can pull of bronzer for contouring (very light skin and naturally golden tan). Otherwise be very wary on bronzer, as it isn’t made for contouring, although it’s what people mainly use it as. It is originally made as high lighter. Get one just a little darker than your skin or the same color and put it where highlighter should go to make you look sun kissed or use it as blush.

Be very careful when using it for contouring as it may make you too orange. Instead, use a foundation/concealer two shades darker than your skin color and blend well.