Ladies! Let me just start by saying I’ve had the best shaving experience of my life. I made my own shaving cream and it’s made a world of a difference. If I’m being honest, I don’t shave my legs all that often. Just if I have an extra special event or once the hair on my legs starts to get pulled by my pants…that’s the main influence, really. Since we’re heading into summer, I thought I’d share my DIY shaving cream recipe for you to try out.
If you’ve tried making our DIY Almond Milk, you’re left with all this leftover almond pulp. One of our favourite solutions to use up the excess pulp is making Almond Pulp Pancakes. The pulp is a great flavour booster and makes the most deliciously healthy flapjacks you’re sure to love.
Whether you’re dairy-free for health reasons or by choice, almond milk is a great dairy alternative that is equally delicious as it is good for you. It’s low in fat, high in fiber and tastes even better when you make it yourself. Our DIY almond milk has a level of freshness that no store brand can beat. Let’s get started!
This DIY project is a simple and inexpensive way to display your favourite photos. You only need four materials and a friend to look through all your photo memories with.
Part of the fun of browsing through Etsy is discovering new makers and products which make the visual aspects of a listing very important. As a buyer, we often judge a book my its cover. Dark, dingy photos of what could very well be an incredible product are often overlooked while well-lit, bright and styled shots win over the hearts of buyers and lead to a sale.
We chatted with the maker of Spry Ceramics about how to take good product photos while using simple tools and tricks. Discover how to bring your photos to the next level below!