How often do you experiment with make up? It’s fun, flirty and an easy way to express yourself and change your look around. Eye make up can make a big difference to the look of your eyes and your face.
My favourite item of make up is eyeliner. A little line of eyeliner adds definition to the lash line and can enhance the look of your eyes particularly at night time. A quick swipe of mascara will open up your eyes and define your lashes.
This week we challenge you to change things up a little and give these looks a try. Read more…
Everyone deserves to indulge a little on Valentine’s Day, but if the idea of cooking a three course menu for your loved one is making you nervous, then we’re here to help! We’ve pulled together three sensational menus to help you prepare a romantic dinner for two with ease. Simply click on the menus below to view each recipe or hit play to view our recipe videos with Curtis Stone. Read more…
S-N-A-C-K- T-I-M-E beep boop beep! Snack time pals look like little robots and are ready to deliver yummy delights to little tummies. These cute snack time pals are great additions to a class party, picnic event, kids birthday table or as a healthier take home present from a birthday party instead of a bag of lollies. They would even be a cute lunch box surprise for your child’s recess at school.
Decorate them any way you choose. We made a pirate face, a princess face and a surprised face but you could make a robot, ninja, fairy, teddy, monster or anything your imagination can dream up
What you will need: Read more…
Recycle your old milk or juice cartons and invite beautiful wildlife into your yard. Kids love to feed birds and watch them flit about in the branches. This easy, cheap and fun craft project will keep your little ones busy and they can even decorate it with paint or scrap paper.
What you will need:
-Milk or juice carton (we used a 600ml milk carton but a 1L carton would work well)
-30 cm of string (Search 9451428 at Coles online)
-Bird seed (Search 4763864 at Coles online for Canary seed)
How to make a carton bird feeder
With the kids set to go back to school, those expensive and important new text books need to be covered to prepare them for the year ahead.
It can be a tricky task but I’m going to show you a handy trick to apply adhesive book cover smoothly and keep the bubbles out. This technique was shown to me by a school librarian so I know it stands the test of time.