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February 2016

DIY: How to create a glamorous Jewelry Holder

Hi Kiwis!
A common situation we all girls have is that we have a lot of bracelets, necklaces, rings and other accessories, and like me you never know exactly where to put it, laying it always on the bedside table we risk that our pets play with it and fall down, break or simply we lose it under any furniture with the other tons of pet toys. With this easy DIY tutorial you can create a wonderful jewelry holder and i promise you that with a low budget (15€ around) and few hours, you will have a pretty nice corner for your accessories!

 

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What you need for this DIY is:

A decorate dish (not less than 30cm diameter)
– A smaller transparent decorate dish
Transparent vase
Decorative coloured sand, nuggets, stones, wood and what else you like
– Lace
– Acrylic or glass colors
– Super glue
– Varnish
– Brushes
– Glitters or rhinestones
– Transparent film
– Kitchen paper
– Paper tube
– Latex gloves

Do you have all the necessary material? Are you ready to craft? Let’s start together!!! 🙂

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Masala Chai Recipe
Wonderful shades of India

Everyone of us have a story to tell, everyone of us is a mix of different etnies and cultures, and that what’s make us so special and original. Personally i am italian 100% but my parents told to have Argentinian origins in my blood, and i found that pretty strange because in my soul i am more connected to the indian culture than the south american one. In my life i often wanted to make a travel through India, but due a low budget and cause i didn’t find a good travel mate, i always postpone it to anywhen in the future, but today i wanna bring this smells and tastes of India back to our kitchens and write you here below the Masala Chai recipe.

I swear that all you tea lovers, once you will taste this amazing drink you will never forget it anymore and will want to drink just that for a while!

The Masala Chai drink is the most famous drink in India, we can also call it “national drink” in this way, cause in it is contain all what you could expect to find in this marvellous big and cultural country. We have often the habitude to drink in Starbucks and other kind of coffee shops “chai latte” that in a sort of way is the globalized version of this thypical recipe, but once you taste the real homemade one you will be no more able to drink a Chai Latte anymore, this have absolutely nothing to do with the chemical ready made things you find in our shops. When Chai Latte is a smoothy soft delicate taste of milk with a little bit of spice taste, the Masala Chai is an explosion of flavours, you can really feel each spice used in it, feel the contrast of the fresh cardamom with the strong black pepper, is just unforgettable! <3

Have you never try it before? Do you wanna try it with me?? So let’s start!!!

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