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Because your fridge has a sense of style, too
In honor of Fashion Week, we’re bringing you fashionable products for the home, and it doesn’t get more adorable than these gemstone magnets.
Long gone are the days of those tacky souvenir magnets with your name misspelled, magnets from the trinket shops at the shore, and those God forsaken magnets in the shapes of every fruit and vegetable imaginable.
We’re crazy for the gemstone look — we’ve loved both gemstone serving trays and coasters in the past, and the idea of these bejeweled stones scattered on a refrigerator or any magnetic surface in your home is an immediate statement.
What’s even better is that no two sets are alike and not only are they great as magnets, but they make for great fillers for table centerpieces and décor. Each set ($36) includes eight magnets; one each of: amethyst, pyrite, quartz, geode, and four colors of agate slices. Also available? A mineral collection — like a little piece of history in your kitchen!
25 Quick DIYs to Do While You’re Bored at Mom and Dad’s
After the festivities have wrapped up and the welcome hugs have worn off, things can grow a bit dull at mom and dad’s. There are only so many movies to watch and board games to play. If you find yourself a little bit bored while you’re home for the holidays, why not get making? We know the parental’s place might not be equipped with the crafting supplies you have at your place, so here are 25 quick projects that require minimal materials. Hit up the craft store and tackle one (or more) of these DIYs in a single afternoon. And hey, maybe even recruit mom and dad and turn it into a family party. Who says dad won’t be down for washi tape keyboard?
1. Homemade Face Scrub: Whether you want to protect and clarify, moisturize and tighten or brighten and tone, we’ve got a mask for that. (via Brit + Co)
2. Pom Pom Magnets: If your fridge back home is looking a little dull, grab some yarn and small round magnets and create adorable little color explosions for your kitchen. (via AO Life)
3. NYE Headbands: Do a little prep work for your NYE outfit by transforming sparkly pipe cleaners into festive headbands. Photobooth here you come! (via Brit + Co)
4. Repurposed Denim Bag: Persuade mom to retire those mom jeans and surprise her by transforming them into this upcycled tote bag. (via Brit + Co)
5. Gold Confetti Mug: All you need to create this sparkly cup is confetti and mod podge – be sure to purchase the dishwasher-safe kind or all your hard work will be washed away, and nobody wants that. If you want to add a little more color to this, simply swap the gold for rainbow confetti. (via Lines Across)
6. Beaded Hanging Planter: Try your hand at basic macrame with this fun, beaded base for a hanging planter. We’re totally digging the ombre effect these beads are creating. (via Honest to Nod)
7. Gemstone Ring: This giant gemstone ring might look like it’ll cost you your entire paycheck, but in fact it’s super cheap (and super easy). Dip your toe in some basic wire wrapping with this statement ring project. (via Brit + Co)
8. Chicken Wire Jewelry Organizer: Sit down and get yourself to finally untangle that mess of necklaces. Then make this easy jewelry hanger out of a basic frame and chicken wire and vow to never have a tangled chain again. (via Inspired by This)
9. Faux Leather Clutch: No sewing machine? No problem. Bust out this oversized leather clutch just in time for your New Year’s festivities. (via Brit + Co)
10. Paint Chip Wall Art: The only cost for this DIY is really the frame. To create this color masterpiece, head over to the home improvement store, snag your favorite paint chips, cut and paste them onto a large piece of paper and add on a slogan of your choosing. (via A Beautiful Mess)
11. Copper Tassel Necklace: All you need for this statement piece is a copper sheet, some embroidery string, jump rings and a chain. We’re slightly in love with this one. (via Brit + Co)
12. Sew Along Journal Cover: If you have a some time to kill over the holiday, grab a notebook and finally get all those brilliant ideas and doodles onto paper. While you might be feeling inspired, those boring drugstore notebooks aren’t anything pretty to look at. So cover them up with this charming journal cover adorned with a simple embroidery stitch. (via Caught on a Whim)
13. Foam Sheet Wall Art: This stunning wall art is made with foam sheets. We repeat: foam sheets. Simply cut out the shape or letter you want and keep repeating that process, downsizing it a little bit each time. If you’ve been on the hunt for a conversation piece, this is it. (via A Beautiful Mess)
14. Cell Phone Charging Station: Stealthily hide your electronics on your bedside table by carving out an old book into a discreet safe. Cover it with fabric of your choice to help it mesh with your room’s decor. (via Caught on a Whim)
15. Washi Tape Keyboard: Skip out on the expensive keyboard skins and make your own using a few different rolls of washi tape. To cut out each piece of tape in a precise size, this blogger made a cardboard template. Pop on your favorite movie, get taping and by the time the credits roll your have a whole new laptop. (via Her New Leaf)
16. Lip Balm Locket: If you always seem to lose your lip balm, keep it around your neck. Use an old locket and fill it with this homemade tinted lip balm made from coconut oil. (via Beautylish)
17. Geometric Mobile: You probably already have half of what you need for this DIY in the kitchen. These geometric mobiles are made by covering up wire with plastic straws. Head back to your dorm with this cool hanging decoration and watch your roommate’s jaw drop. (via Brit + Co)
18. Gold Nugget Earrings: These little nugget earrings are made out of clay. Grab gold paint (or whatever color suits you) and earring backings and you’ve got new studs in under an hour. (via Lovely Indeed)
19. iPhone Projector: Showcase all those hilarious holiday pics on the wall with this iPhone projector made from a shoe box, paperclip and magnifying glass. Seriously though, how cool is this? (via Photojojo)
20. Instagram Coasters: After you’ve made a confetti mug, keep the Mod Podge out and use it to create these adorable faux-polaroid coasters. (via Darkroom and Dearly)
21. Marbled Jewelry Tray: Keep those rings or lucky pennies in place with this beautifully marbled dish made out of Sculpey clay. If you want to save yourself a trip to the craft store, order the kit for this project here. (via Brit + Co)
22. Honey Citrus Scotch Ale Soap: Beer in soap? Ya, it’s a thing. Don’t knock it till you try it. (via Offbeat and Inspired)
23. Hand Stamped Fabric: Experiment with textile design by creating your own block print out of sticky back foam and a wooden block. Turn your designs into an infinity scarf or tea towels. (via Brit + Co)
24. Sugar Cookie Body Scrub and Soak: Treat yourself with this decadent vanilla sugar cookie scrub and soak. Make this in the afternoon and enjoy it in the bath a few hours later. (via Hello Natural)
25. Sweater Mittens: If you discover an old sweater in the garage that you never wear, cut it up and give it a whole new life. Trust us your hands will thank you. (via Brit + Co)
What are you planning on making over winter break? Share your project ideas in the comments.
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You've probably been told that a diet high in fiber is healthy for you, but if you give your sink and garbage disposal the same kind of diet, it will kill them in no time. Fibrous foods like celery, corn husks, and asparagus wreck your sink. You know when you're eating a crisp piece of celery (maybe slathered with peanut butter to bring back lunchbox memories) and the little stringy bits get caught in your throat? Well, those same strings get caught around your garbage disposal's blades, and if you frequently put celery or other fibrous foods down your sink, those strands will cause what can only be described as a food hairball.
These tight, compact heads are packed with flavor and crunch. While a popular way to eat endive is slowly and carefully braised to caramelized brown perfection, endive also adds a solid crunch to any salad, whether on its own or mixed with other greens. It tends to have a bit of a bitter edge, so know your audience or use them sparingly with other salad greens.
Since most Belgian endive is now grown indoors (it used to be grown buried in sand to keep the leaves white), it's a great option come dead of winter when you're craving that satisfying fresh-leaf crunch.
Safari Animal Magnets
I like finding ways to bring the movie home with us, and I thought these Safari Animal Magnets were just perfect. They’re an easy way to bring the safari animals from the film right to your refrigerator door.
I wanted all the Safari Animal Magnets to be similar in the way they looked and around the same size, so instead of raiding the boys toys, I picked up a 40-pack of safari animals from Walmart.
The project could have been extremely inexpensive if I would have used the animals we had at home, but with everything I had to purchase, it still only cost about $15!
If you want to purchase all your supplies locally, rather than online, I purchased the animals at Walmart, the magnets at Lowe’s, and the E6000 at Target (but this is probably available at Walmart and/or Lowe’s, too).
Because the magnets are thick, the Safari Animal Magnets will stick away from the refrigerator some. Here is how mine look from the side.
But since we usually have a refrigerator filled with artwork from our children, we won’t be able to notice that they stick out some.
40 Best Gifts for Tweens This Holiday 2019 Season
Shop all the fun stuff (burrito blankets!) plus cool science-driven finds.
The thing about tweens is that they&rsquore literally in between major life eras, a mercurial amalgam of child and young adult. During the holidays, that means they can be tricky to shop for. &ldquoBaby-ish&rdquo stuff is mostly behind them (with the exception of the stuffed animal they still need at bedtime). But a lot of teenage stuff is still too mature. The solution: Zeroing in on the Venn Diagram overlap zone with shopping, which can be time consuming and frankly stressful. Lucky for you, we&rsquove already started the vetting process and are confident the ideas below contain picks that will delight the in-betweener in your life&mdashleaving you with the energy to savor those precious moments while they&rsquore technically still kiddos.
A retro pick you probably remember from your own youth, this Lip Smackers set comes with all the original favorite flavors like tropical punch and cotton candy. It also makes an excellent stocking stuffer!
Being able to make a meme is a valuable professional skill among new generations. Get your tween started early with this set, which comes with 2 sheets of 166 meme font letter magnets. It&rsquos just like adding funny captions to your family photos except very 2019.
Made from soft fleece, this blanket comes in a range of diameters and will also make your kid look like a human-size burrito when they cozy up beneath it. Also available in waffle print!
Screen time is inevitable, but you will see their phone photography game reach new heights with this cool lens, which transforms a smartphone into a camera capable of telephoto, high def, and fisheye, and wide angle shots. Rad, right?
This card game is literally the age-appropriate answer to Cards Against Humanity. It follows the same easy playing structure and is destined to kick family game night into high-gear. Be prepared for fart jokes and an inability to stop giggling for hours.
In case you missed this tidbit, slime is trending these days. Empower tweens to create their own with this non-toxic kit, which comes with storage tins, accessories for a complete lab kit, and all the ingredients they&rsquoll need to concoct eight different types of slime and putty&mdashincluding glow-in-the-dark, snot, and color-changing varieties&mdashplus a booklet that explains the science.
This lightbox&mdashwhich is backlit with LEDs and runs on AA batteries or USB&mdashfits nine tiles across each row and comes with 100 letters, numbers, and emoji tiles to slide right in. Translation: Countless combinations for your tween to create!
If you can&rsquot stop your kid from taping things to the walls, then you might as well give them the tools to make it pretty without damaging the paint. This 30-pack of Washi tape rolls, all of which feature cute prints and illustrations, is just kitschy enough to be super cool.
They&rsquoll be thrilled because the lights look cool. You&rsquoll be thrilled because the lights make your kid easier to see when they&rsquore scooting down the sidewalk at dusk. It&rsquos also height adjustable, folds up for storage, and features safety brakes.
Can&rsquot keep your kid away from computer games? Then it may be time to broaden their horizons but helping them learn how to code their own. This hardcover book relies on free, MIT-developed software called Scratch and will show your tween how to create and build their own games.
Your tween is probably too young to connect this to Carrie Bradshaw&mdasheven so, they&rsquoll love this dainty, personalized gift. You choose the material, chain length, and supply up to 12 characters.
No doubt your tween has the skin of, um, a child, which means they are a long time away from concerning themselves with skin troubles. But these cute sheet masks, which feature illustrations of adorable animals, are more for fun than anything. So we say: Let them have at it!
Here&rsquos the thing: You&rsquore not going to be able to keep them from playing video games. But you can at least provide them with ergonomic seating, which is a feature of this fun rocker chair.
So what if she&rsquos carrying around nothing more than an iPod and a pack of chewing gum? This purse is cute as all get out and the shoulder strap makes it perfect for toting essentials, like lip balm, around.
If your tween has graduated from their scooter and is ready for something new to test their balance, this 27&rdquo penny skateboard should do the trick. Plus is has a cool design on the bottom that&rsquoll impress their buds&mdashwhich means you get extra parent present points.
&ldquoOMG cutttteeee&rdquo &mdashwhat all your tween's friends are going to say when they see this photo display situation hanging in her bedroom. (Also file under: preferable to her sticking tape to the walls.)
Swap screen time for start-gazing time with this telescope created with kids in mind. The high-powered lens is easy to focus in on constellations and even clearly glimpse the surface of the moon. It&rsquos also easy to assemble and was designed with safety in mind&mdashnothing sharp or toxic to see here folks, just a budding astronomy obsession.
Yes, fanny packs are also cool again. Whether they wear it hiking, to class, or to the mall with friends (hahaha malls!) it&rsquos a handy way to keep the phone in reach that also happens to be super trendy right now.
Everything old is new again also applies to tie-dye. This easy, one-step kit is perfect for slumber parties but also for turning all of their white socks into a fashion statement. Nice one, mom.
Crystals are super trendy these days, and now you can give your kid the gear to make their own polished stones and even turn them into jewelry. This kit comes with rough gemstones, four polishing grits, jewelry hardware, a rock tumbler, and a detailed how-to guide.
There are puzzles and then there are Puzzles&mdashand this one, which builds toward a three-dimensional globe&mdashis definitely the latter. Added bonus: It&rsquos also a geography lesson in disguise!
Ideal for hooking onto their backpack but not so loud you&rsquoll be cursing yourself for buying it later, this waterproof speaker syncs with bluetooth and will absolutely be the talk of the fifth grade when school is back in session.
Have you heard of the term &ldquocute aggression&rdquo? It&rsquos the reason we want to squeeze things we think are adorable, which is the best part about these squishy Japanese toy set, which comes with a variety of pudgy little animals your daughter can poke and pinch to heart&rsquos desire. Did we mention your kid&rsquos friends are going to be super impressed by your present prowess?
We&rsquore not encouraging pyromania: The point of this journal, which contains writing prompts that meant to help your kid tap into their inner thoughts and experiences, is that it&rsquos a analog safe space for them to let it all out.
Organized in a beautiful wood box, this mega kit comes with everything your tween needs to express their creative self on paper or canvas. The set includes colored pencils, oil pastels, watercolor cakes, wax crayons, mixing trays, drawing pencils, paint brushes, sketch and painting notebooks and additional supplies.
Especially for your slightly older tweens, boys and girls alike, establishing a facial care routine before acne begins to strike is a good move. This vibrating, silicon brush with sonic cleansing gently removes dirt and grime. A couple years from now, trust us&mdashthey&rsquoll thank you.
It may not be 3D, but this 500 piece puzzle is something fun to leave out on the dining room table and work on together a little at a time. Plus, when you finish, you can always put it in a frame on your tween&rsquos bedroom wall&mdashit&rsquos pretty enough to become decor!
James Corden&rsquos &ldquoCarpool Karaoke&rdquo might air after their bedtimes but that doesn&rsquot mean your tween can&rsquot get in on the action. This light-up LED mic is a speaker as well as a recorder, easy to use, and syncs with bluetooth that allows you to select the song. It also comes with a rechargeable, long-lasting battery&mdashideal for long ballads.
&ldquoWhat are the kids up to today?&rdquo your mom wants to know. &ldquoOh, the usual&mdashjust building a steam-powered robot,&rdquo you reply, feeling smug about giving your tween a gift that&rsquos also developing their STEM skills. This hands-on kit teaches the basics of robotics through a step-by-step process that ends with a mini-machine that scuttles and changes direction when it bumps into something. Everything you need, minus one AAA battery, is in the kit!
There is a lot packed into this very cool present. Made from natural laser-cut wood, it&rsquos a 3D puzzle that, once completed, is a functional film projector&mdashas in like movie film that you hand crank to play on the wall. Everything you need to complete this project comes with the kit, which assembles in about six hours with the straightforward manual.
BPA and phalate-free? Check. Leak-proof lid with sipping straw that prevents spills? Check. Cool color combinations? Check. Sounds like we&rsquove got ourselves a pretty stellar stocking stuffer here.
This present is a two-fer: Your kid will be psyched to decorate their water bottle with fun vinyl stickers and their designs will also help set it apart from all the other ones floating around at soccer practice. Plus, the set comes with 30 stickers, which can also be used on suitcases, phones, and other surfaces.
These classic checkered shoes from an iconic skate brand are comfortable, well-made, and trendy. But they also solve for untied sneaker laces&mdashand that, dear shopper, is priceless.
A bestseller and Toy of the Year Winner, this hands-on toy challenges critical thinking skills as well as spatial reasoning&mdashbut it&rsquos so fun that the educational element won&rsquot register. Intended for ages eight and up, it comes with 60 construction challenges, ranging from beginner to expert. The goal: To create a structure that uses gravity to move marbles along the path.
Whether you&rsquore trying to spark their interest in kitchen participation or your tween is already on their way to becoming a chef, this book digs into the basics and helps them build knowledge as well as a recipe repertoire.
Ideal for indoor star-gazing, this night-light projects the cosmos onto your kid&rsquos wall with the touch of a button. It can also be set to dim for sleep-mode, doubling as a night-light. Power it up with batteries or USB!
You know what they say: Buy a tween a lip balm and they&rsquoll lose it in a week. Teach a tween how to make their own lip balm and they may still lose it but they&rsquoll be really proud of themselves in the meantime. This kit, which uses all-natural ingredients, is also a great way to introduce applied chemistry into their everyday thinking it also comes with different molds, stickers, and enough ingredients to make at least six balms.
Yes, kids still stick pictures on the insides of their lockers&mdashthat is, when they have them printed out, which your tween will once they get going with this camera. It&rsquos like instant gratification without Instagram. Don&rsquot forget to include lots of film in her stocking!
By now, they probably get some kind of allowance&mdashand that means they&rsquoll need somewhere safe to put it. This wallet, which can be personalized with a name and icon, is a perfect fit!
Playing an instrument is good for the brain and will also make your kid a star at future campfire singalongs. The ukulele, with its soft tones, is a good string instrument to start with in terms of both skill requirements and quality of life for all in earshot.
These Colorful DIYs All Have One Thing In Common
We’re always here for a DIY, especially one that results in a decorative accent piece—as well as one that doesn’t break the bank. And regardless of where you fall on the DIY-pro scale, we’re sure that there is a project out there you can easily tackle. The theme here? Silicone molds: a surprisingly versatile tool which allows you to craft with materials ranging from putty to edibles, and everything else in between. Read on to see the colorfully-charged DIYs we’ll be making this weekend.
21 Gifts For Cat Lovers That Are Simply Purr-fect
Picking out the perfect gift is hard, but if you have a cat lover in your life, a cat-themed present is almost always a winner. After all, there are only two types of people in this world: people who like cats, and people who are wrong (and if you&rsquore a dog person who still appreciates cats, then you&rsquore excused). You don&rsquot even have to own a cat to appreciate a kitty-inspired gift. From clothes to décor to games, any cat-loving human is sure to love a present that allows them to proudly display their feline fixation.
We&rsquore not talking about gifts for cats here. We&rsquore talking about those cat owners and cat fanatics who deserve a gift of their own, no matter the occasion. If you&rsquore not sure what to get your favorite cat person, then these 17 gifts for cat lovers might just give you the inspiration you need.
This bracelet will add a simple feline touch to any outfit.
These salt and pepper shakers will look adorable on the kitchen table of any cat-lover.
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