Glitter is one of the cutest things in the world, it can make anything sparkly and glamorous. But what can you really do with glitter? The possibilities are endless. Here we brought you these glitter project ideas you can make at home, to add the sparkly look to various objects.

1. Glitter Vases

They’re perfect for parties, weddings or just to add a touch of sparkle to your dining room table.View tutorial here.

2. Glittered Pinecones

Add major color, sparkle, and glam to your holiday display with these easy DIY glittered pinecones.View tutorial here.

3 Falling Leaves Garland

Use glitter and leaves to make this fall garland.View tutorial here.

4. Sparkly Glittered Lantern

There are lots of ways to dress up plain paper lanterns, but this is a really fun and easy idea.View tutorial here.

5. DIY Glitter Jam Jar

Add a tablespoon of glycerin to make the water more viscous and thick so the glitter settles more slowly.View tutorial here.

5 Beautiful & Sparkly Things You Can Make With Glitter

Are you addicted to cheesecake? Do you find it impossible to stop eating it once you start? Then this list of mouthwatering cheesecake recipes is for you. Keep scrolling at your own risk.

1. White chocolate raspberry cheesecake

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2. Brownie bottom cookie dough cheesecake

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3. Caramel apple crisp cheesecake

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4. Samoa cheesecake

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5. Samoa cheesecake

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5 Most Delicious Cheesecake Recipes Ever

One of the things you can do to help yourself is to choose recipes that don’t require too many skillets and pots. We offer you ten one-pot recipes that we are sure you’re going to love them, especially if you’re a pasta, cheese and meat lover. Enjoy!

1. Spicy Eggs and Potatoes with Goat Cheese

This pot means having so many delicious ingredients in just one place! It’s such a delicious mixture of potatoes, kale, eggs, cheese, spices! It’s everything you like in one pot, making the perfect lunch or dinner meal. You need 2 tablespoons olive oil, ½ white onion, 3 cloves garlic, 3 teaspoons ancho chili powder, 1 teaspoon salt, ½ cup chicken or vegetable broth, 1 28 ounce can tomatoes, 5-6 eggs, 1 cup diced potatoes, 2 cups kale and 4 ounces goat cheese.

2. Cheesy Pasta

And we’re back to the pasta and cheese combination, and you’re going to love it if you’re a mozzarella or parmesan cheese fan. It makes this meal such a cheesy experience you would love to have every day! You need 1 tablespoon of olive oil, 2 sausage links – sliced, 1 tsp of garlic powder, ½ tsp of red pepper flakes, ½ cup of basil leaves, pinch of salt and pepper, ½ cup of parmesan cheese, 2 cup of mozzarella cheese, 28 oz of pasta sauce, 12 ounces penne pasta and ½ cup of milk

3. Cheesy Chicken Taco Rice

This recipe is the perfect combination of chicken, cheese and spices. Just choose your favorites, put them in one pot, add few more ingredients and in short time you will have an amazing lunch or dinner. To prepare this one, you need 1 – 1.5 lbs lean ground chicken, ½ yellow onion, 1 tablespoon canola oil, plus an extra drizzle for cooking the rice, 1½ cups uncooked instant brown rice, 1 teaspoon cumin, ½ teaspoon salt, ½ teaspoon garlic powder, ½ teaspoon chili powder, 2 cups low sodium chicken broth, 1 (14.5 oz) jar salsa, 1 cup corn kernels, 1 cup canned black beans, 1 Roma tomato, ¾ cup shredded cheddar cheese, 1 avocado, 1 green onion and fresh cilantro to taste

4. Burrito Bowls

Burrito bowls are just as much as delicious as the classic burrito. It’s even better because every ingredient is in one bowl and you don’t have to worry if you’re going to make your clothes dirty. If you prepared a burrito previously, you know what ingredients you need, but in case you don’t, here they are – 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1/2 cup red bell pepper, 1/2 cup diced sweet onion, 1 pound lean hamburger, 1/3 cup salsa, 1 can black beans, 1 can corn, 1 can diced tomatoes, 1 can diced green chiles, 1 cup jasmine rice (or any long grain), 1 Tablespoon taco seasoning, 1/2 teaspoon chili powder, 2 cups chicken stock (chicken broth works too), 1 cup shredded cheddar/jack cheese and salt and pepper to taste

5. Chili Mac

This recipe takes 35 minutes to be ready and is the perfect mixture of cheese, ground beef and cheese. Weekend nights will taste so good with a dinner like this one! You need these ingredients: 1 tablespoon canola oil, 1 medium onion, 1/2 cup chopped green bell pepper, 1/2 cup chopped red bell pepper, 1 jalapeno, 3 cloves garlic, 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes, 1 and 1/2 pounds lean ground beef, 1 can tomato sauce, 1 can diced tomatoes with chiles, 2 cups chicken stock, 1 tablespoon chili powder, 1 tablespoon ground cumin, 1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika, 8 ounces dried macaroni pasta, 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese and chopped cilantro for topping.

5 Super Easy Delicious One Pot Recipes You Need to Try

5 Shockingly Simple Geometric Nail Art Ideas You'll Love

Almost every girl wishes she was a mermaid, of course we know you really are one. Let your friends know it too with these stylish mermaid inspired looks you can pull off every day. And if they still don’t work it out, consider something a little more severe.

1. Huge Eyes

Land dwellers believe mermaids have big eyes, mixing black and white will make your eyes look bigger than they are.

2. Scaley Shine

Fish colors and glittery edges give you the mermaid look. If they still haven’t worked it out add a little sea shell.

3. Starry Eyes

When you’re not under the sea, you’re looking up at the stars.

4. Out Of This World Green

Beautiful green shades to give the hint of scales.

5. Mock Scales

Create a severe mock scale look that is sure to give away your mermaid nature.

5 Everyday Makeup Looks to Reveal Your Inner Mermaid

The use of essential oils, vitamins and the right nail care items can help you with this, no matter if you’re having problems with weak or stained nails or dry cuticles. Scroll bellow to find out what can you do and what you need for this!

1. Get a Quick Nail Treat

And last, but not least, if you feel like you’re hands and nails have been dry, you can make a nail treatment at home instead of paying tens or even hundreds of dollars somewhere else. All you need to do is to soak your nails in almond or sunflower oil for 10 mins in order to condition those places around the nails that are prone to dehydration. Add one teaspoon of sugar on your hands, mix it with the oil and rub your hands to exfoliate.

2. Get the Nail Care Essentials

It’s also important to invest in proper nail care items. There are many options when it comes to this, so it’s up to you to choose the ones that you need the most and which won’t empty your pocket. You should have nail clippers, nail files, manicure set and cuticle remover, just to name few of the must have items.

3. Make Your Own Cuticle Oil and Nail Serum with Essential Oils

One of the things that can be really irritating is dry and cracking skin around the nails. It can lead to bleeding cuticles and nobody wants that! For this, you can make your own natural remedy with the use of essential oils. You will need 1 oz. glass dropper bottle, grapeseed oil, vegetable glycerine, jojoba oil, 10 drops of lavender essential oil, 15 drops of frankincense essential oil, 15 drops of myrrh essential oil, 15 drops of lemon essential oil and 5 drops of rosemary essential oil.

4. Whiten Yellow Nails

This is a common problem and luckily there are few natural remedies to help. One of them is being the previous mixture with baking soda and lemon juice, but there are two others you can try. Try mixing lemon juice with water and soak your nails in the mixture for about 5 minutes; or also you can soak your nails in certain oil, such as coconut or olive

5. Sthrentghten Your Nails with Vitamin E

Vitamin E promotes healthy growth of our nails by destroying the free radicals that damage them. If you use it in a topical liquid form, this vitamin is able to correct certain nail – growth disorders, such as yellow nails. You can use vitamin E to many DIY nail mixtures and here’s one you can easily make: you need castor oil, vitamin E gel capsules, cotton balls, small glass container and optional – use lavender or eucalyptus essential oil

5 Ways You Can Make Your Nails Healthy and Beautiful

Shelves are versatile ways to gain storage in your home.

1. Lend a hand

A wooden dowel hung between brackets creates a handy spot for a hand towel above a bathroom sink.

2. Skirt the issue

This tropical-punch unit makes a great outdoor bar. The skirt conceals barware that doesn't deserve to be on display

3. Get some get up and go

Hanging shelves above a small part of kitchen real estate makes for a breakfast or coffee station

4. Wow your walls

A wall of shelves equals a vast amount of storage. Break it up with a mix of items: art, books, vases, photos.

5. Freeing possibilities

A wrought-iron rack adds storage and country charm. The black and wood pop in the white decor.

5 Stylish Shelf Solutions

Fortunately, there are plenty of beautiful houseplants that bring bright, fresh colors into any home and are ready to live with a forgetful gal like me. While my indoor herb garden might end up withering away this summer, these plants will surely make it through. Read on to see the variety of plants that can survive with minimal watering.

1. Orchids

Part of the 6 Easy-Care Flowers To Grow Inside, these delicate beauties are native to climates with high amounts of rainfall, followed by long periods of drought. That means they're able to store water in their system over long periods of time. Only water them once a week when the weather is cool and up to twice a week when it’s warmer—only in the morning. Watering at night can lead to stagnant water and diseases. If the soil is moist, don't water, as it can lead to root rot, loss of buds, and soft, withered leaves.

2. Lucky Bamboo

Lucky Bamboo can grow in just a vase filled with water or in a pot of soil. To learn How To Grow Lucky Bamboo using the water technique, put pebbles on the bottom of the vase for support, and change the water every few weeks. Make sure that the vase always has at least an inch of water in it at all times. Fluoride in tap water can cause tip burn on Lucky Bamboo. But by letting a glass of water "rest" for a day on a countertop before adding it to your vase will eliminate the fluoride and make it more suitable for your plant to drink in.

3. Peace Lily

Peace Lilies are one of the 7 Plants That Purify Indoor Air and are more tolerant to underwatering than overwatering. Just check them once per week to see if the soil is dry to see if they need a watering. They are drought tolerant, so it’s fine to let them droop before watering again without fear of damaging the plant.

4. Anthuriums

This plant loves high humidity, so misting once a week instead of heavy watering will make its leaves look and feel better. Place a layer of pebbles on the bottom of the container before putting in soil and planting to help with drainage. Anthuriums are susceptible to root rot, but if the plant sits in a pot and becomes too dried out, the roots can be difficult to rewet.

5. Crown Of Thorns

You guessed it: A cactus made it onto this list. This flowering, prickly plant only needs to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry. In fact, too much watering can lead to rhizoctoria fungus, which is caused by excessive moisture and makes the plant look limp and unhealthy. Make sure to use gloves when handling this plant, as the sap causes skin irritation and is poisonous if eaten by you or your pet

5 Houseplants You Hardly Ever Have To Water

The nails are our natural accessory, so we should care for them as much as we care for the other parts of our body. It is wrong to think that nail care consist of only polishing them with nail polish, and not doing the main thing: the whole procedure of manicure, getting them all the nutrients they need to retain their strength and keep them long and healthy. Don’t ignore the signs that your body tells you through the nails, and give them the care they really deserve trough this simple 5 ways. We are wishing you good luck and successful results!

1. Use Nail Polish That Contains Vitamins

In the process of strengthening your nails, it would sure help if you leave them without nail polish, so they can naturally breathe and get the level of oxygen that they need. But, if you are the type of person that cannot live without some nail color, then the perfect nail polish for you are the ones that consist vitamins, usually you can see it on the label on the nail polish, so look for the sign “Multivitamin”.

2. Eat Iron Rich Food

Some of the main characteristics for lack of iron in your organism are weak and thin nails, that are curved or have ridges. If you have this signs then you should think more about the intake of iron in your daily diet. We recommend you to start eating more of red meat, leafy greens like spinach and kale, and shellfish. Popeye was right!

3. Foods High in Zinc

The lack of zinc in your organism can be the cause of weak and cracking nails that are not growing, and also for the white spots that often come out to our nails. Some of the meals that contain zinc are: oysters, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, lamb, beef, oats and many others. If you eat this things regularly you sure will have less nail problems.

4. Garlic

Garlic has the power to strengthen the nails, and a proof for that are many nail products consisting it. All you should do is to cut a garlic clove in half, then rub it on each of your nails until it’s worn out. Half for the fingers on the left hand and half for the right hand. Wash your hands after the juice dries up. Repeat this process 2-3 times a week.

5. Massage Your Nails

With massaging the nails you improve the circulation on blood in your hands and that way you influence on the healthier and faster growth of your nails. This is the perfect way to relax your muscles and to feel good and do good for your nail health.

5 Ways to Grow Faster Strong and Healthy Nails

It is important where you place lamps, what type of lighting you use and also the lampshade plays a crucial role. A pretty lampshade can completely warm up your home. While the designer lighting can be quite costly with some creativity and different materials you can dress up your old lampshades or build one from scratch. Make yourself a stylish and original lamp with the help of any of these fantastic DIY projects!

1. Globe Pendant from Salad Bowls

Would you have guessed that this stylish lampshade is made with two salad bowls. It takes a bit more time to build but by following this excellent step-by-step tutorial you can get this project done quickly. Make sure to use plastic salad bowls plastic that are more rigid, not rubbery, because it will be easier  to work with.

2. Pendant Lamp of Enameled Colander

We love this ideas of using enameled colander as a lampshade in the kitchen! It gives the room a rustic look, it is simple and yet very creative. It does not require any preparation, just drill a hole in the bottom for the wire and insert it. Than attach a light bulb socket inside of it, hang the lamp and you have a beautiful new design.

3. Vintage Map Lampshade

With vintage maps you can create a unique decoration and also a statement that shows your passion for traveling and exploring. If you have an old shabby lampshade this is simple way of creating something exciting. It is easier if the shade is a perfect cylinder but following the tutorial you won’t have problems even if you have a cone shape shade

4. Crocheted Doily Lampshade

Instead of using yarn get some crocheted doilies from your grandmother’s house or from an antique shop. All you need is glue (anything that dries clean), a balloon, wax (or petroleum jelly) and doilies. With the same method as the Yarn Lampshade one, you can make this beautiful lace lampshade for a romantic and elegant look.

5. Yarn Lampshade

If you need a new and unique lampshade, here is a simple project that is super easy and inexpensive to make. You can use any type of yarn or even hemp for a natural look. With a last decorative touch you can get the perfect shade that suits best your apartment. It is also a fun kids projects for the weekend!

5 Creative DIY Lampshades

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