Monday, October 18, 2010

CAbi Clothing Show!!

This Thursday, October 21st, we will be hosting a CAbi Clothing Show.

CAbi's line of clothing is sleek and chic and we want you to come and check it out!!!

Bring a friend and have a fun girls night!
There will be wine, snacks and door prizes!

Bring a glass from Ki Designs and be entered in a drawing for a Salty Sisters' Sign!

Party Details:

Hosted by Drema and Angelique Muller

3102 W. Sunset Dr.
Tampa, FL 33629

Thursday October 21st at 6:45

Friday, October 15, 2010

Halloween Party

This weekend I am throwing a Halloween Party with my bestie Stacey and the house is decorated from top to bottom, inside and out. Can't wait to share with you all of the great decor and treats we have mustered together for this fun event!

Have a great weekend!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Makeup Tutorials

Searching the web for makeup ideas to go with my gypsy costume, I found this blog by Mizzchievouz, and she has really amazing Makeup Tutorials! Looks that range from outrageous to everyday she teaches you how to achieve them through video tutorials. She also reviews beauty products and has great nail and hair ideas too.

Hope you can try a great look for your costume this year!

Monday, October 11, 2010

"Hand Soap"

I came across this hysterical DIY Soap today on Greenbean's Crafterole. She did an amazing tutorial so click on the blog link and check it out!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Vintage Record Bowl DIY

I have seen these in shops before and then I came across a great tutorial and thought I would share it with you!!! AND it cost less than a dollar!


1 vinyl record
2 bowls (one slightly smaller than the other)
1 baking sheet
and an oven


1. Preheat the oven to 215 degrees
2. Place the smaller bowl upside down on the baking sheet
3. Place the record on top of the bowl
4. Put the sheet with the bowl and record into the oven and let it sit for about five minutes.
5. Take sheet with bowl and melting record out of the oven.
6. Place the larger bowl over the pliable record.
7. At this point you have a small bowl and record inside of the large bowl.
8. Let the record cool for about 10 to 15 minutes

Instant record bowl!

There are a million different DIY on the internet for these so check them out for more ideas!!