Monday, June 30, 2014

Coppertone Clearly Sheer Sunscreen Review

Let me start off by saying that I normally don’t take the time to write up a review on any product not related to my crafting obsession. Before I get into the review I want to get a disclaimer out there. As an authorized BzzAgent I was sent this product and coupons for free in exchange for my honest, personal opinion. If you would like to learn how to become a BzzAgent visit this website  www.bzzagent.com 





As a BzzAgent, I was given the opportunity to try out Coppertone Clearly Sheer Sunscreen and I was super excited. It did take me a while to write this review cause I really wanted to give this product a real chance.  I’ve been using both of the samples for about a month and half now,and I have to say that I’m really liking this lightweight formula. 


The first review is going to be on the Coppertone Clearly Sheer continuous spray sunscreen!  This one really amazed me.  I have tried other spray sunscreens and have not like them at all.  I LOVE this new formula! There is a light scent when you first spray. After that it is only noticeable if you actually sniff your skin, but it doesn't interfere with perfume or smell strong enough to detract from its quality. Almost instantly about 75% of the product sinks into the skin. It leaves a barely there, ever so slight glean to the skin. It does not feel wet or slick when it hits your skin like most spray sunscreens. As far as performance, it has worked well, it is SPF 50,and water resistant up to 80 mins.  Overall I really like Coppertone Clearly Sheer continuous spray sunscreen! 


The next and last review is on the Coppertone Clearly Sheer sunscreen lotion.  First  off let me say that I love this Coppertone clearly sheer sunscreen. I am known to skip the sunscreen because I don't like the smell and I hate the oily feel it leaves on my skin. However this formula really did surprise me.    It’s definitely sheer and feels good on my skin. Coppertone clearly sheer absorbs fairly quickly into my skin. There is no icky sunscreen scent, but a light fresh scent. This lightweight formula leaves your skin soft and moisturized all day and best of all protected from the sun.  Another thing I really like is that it’s water resistant up to 80 minutes. I have been using Coppertone clearly sheer for about a month now and I’m happy to say that I’ve had no skin irritation or acne!  I’m extremely happy with Coppertone clearly sheer formula, that I have been recommending this product to everyone!  Thank Coppertone!  


As I said before I was given this product for free but these are my true and honest opinions.  I really like this new lightweight formula.  And again here is another disclaimer. 

As an authorized BzzAgent I was sent this product and coupons for free in exchange for my honest, personal opinion. If you would like to learn how to become a BzzAgent visit this website  www.bzzagent.com 


Saturday, April 19, 2014

Love&Luck Scrapbook Layout



It's been a while since I did a layout,I was watching some YouTube the other day and found a new channel to watch.  Her name is Nancy ( Kitty Scrapper is her YouTube name ) since I was checking out her channel I had seen she was having a challenge.  I decided to participate in it, hoping I would get back to making some layouts.  At least I did get this layout done and I have some inspiration for another.  I did do a processed video for this layout if you would like to watch click HERE!  I really enjoyed this challenge and I love how the layout turned out!.  Below I will have more pictures and a list of my supplies that I used.  As always thanks for stopping by and please join me socially!  All link are above!!! 



Supplies:

Background: Carta Bella, Hello Again Collection-journaling cards
Layer One: Fancy Pants,what a wonderful day collection-reminder
Layer Two: Carta Bella, Hello Again Collection- chit chat
Stickers: Carta Bella, Hello Again Collection & Fancy Pants,what a wonderful day collection
Studio Calico- Cork Arrows
Buttons: October Afternoon, Travel Girl
Tabs: October Afternoon, Travel Girl - Tidbits
Flair: Scraptastic 
Stamps: Simon Says Stamp-Card Exchaning Friends
Ink: Hero Arts Shadow Inks in Mid-tones  Charcoal & Bubble Gum
Marker used of outlining: Memento- Tuxedo Black
Adhesive:  Atg & Glossy Accents by ranger
Letters for Tittle: Jillibean Soup Alphabeans- Blueberry Teal & Thickers- Dear Lizzy- Treasure

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Baby Shower Invites

My baby brother(who is 21 but still the baby) and his wife to be is expecting their 1st baby in june.  So I offered to baby the shower invites.  This is how the turned out sooooooo super cute, I just love them.



Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Making your own enamel dots

A few weeks ago I had watch a YouTube video explaining how they were making their own enamel dots. At first I wasn’t going to watch the video because I thought they were using the Viva d├ęcor pens, but I decided to go ahead and watch the video anyways. I am really happy that I did decide to watch the video because I found a new way to make my own enameled dots. In this post it will be very picture heavy and I also have made a YouTube video explaining and showing the process of making your own enameled dots. I did not come up with this idea on my own, and there are plenty of other videos out there showing you how they make enameled dots, I just figured that for my subscribers and for my channel that I would make a video showing how I do it.

Before I get into the supplies that you will need, I want to take a brief moment here to explain the process and to give you a couple of tips. First off for this method you will be melting plastic beads in an oven. Any time that you melt plastic you generally get some kind of odor, my best suggestion for you is to make sure you are in a well-ventilated area, try having some fresh air coming into your work area. Now when I melted the beads there was a small amount of odor nothing overwhelming but needless to say it was still an odor. In my work area I did have a window open and after I had made a few batches I did have to turn the fan on just to help circulate some fresh air. Also you are going to be working with small beads so just use some common sense and not leave your beads lying around if you drop one pick it up especially if you have small children or pets. I have three miniature pinchers and I was constantly dropping little beads onto the floor and if I wasn’t quick enough to pick them up my dogs were trying to eat them.  And on a final do not leave your beads unintended in the oven; you don’t want to burn down your house making enamel dots. Okay now that I got that off my chest let’s go ahead and talk about the supplies that you’re going to need.
1.       A toaster oven or oven
2.       Parchment paper
3.       Pony beads or perler beads   these can be found at your local craft store

That’s it for the supplies this is a really easy process but the best thing I can say is to just experiment first because your oven made cook faster than my oven or vice versa.  Also pony beads come in different sizes the bigger the size and the bigger the enameled on your end up with. I’m going to be showing you pictures below of 9 mm, 7 mm, and 3 mm pony beads and perler beads which after melted and up to be about a 3 mm. 


The directions are very simple for making these beads. For the pony beads I baked mine at 425 for 8 to 10 min.  For the perler beads I have been baking mine at 425 for 15 to 20 min. Now I do want to say I really like the pony beads the best and the only reason for that is that I get consistent results every time I baked them. The Perler beads I have not had consistent results with. It just seems like different colors once it melts at different times. If I could get consistent results than I would really like those beads better. So let’s go ahead and take a look at some of the pictures below and you can see the results that I had with the beads. Again I will include a link to my YouTube channel to watch the video on how I made these.

Okay up first is going to be the 9 mm pony beads, and with this bead here it is a translucent bead. Which means you can see through it. So for me in a way this is not a true enamel dot. But I do really love the way this turned out. I also compared all the sizing for the beads to a quarter so you can someone get a true sense of the size.
















Next up is the 7 mm pony bead and I have to say I love the way these turned out, and I really like the size as well.















Up last for the pony beads is the 3 mm size. And I really like this size as well to they are nice and small and you could use them at a million different places.



Here are the perler beads, when they cook down they are about a 3 mm size as well. Like I said earlier I really wish I could get consistent results with these beads because they would be my favorites. But since I can’t get consistent results I would have to recommend going with the pony beads. Again this is just my own personal opinion.














I want to thank you for taking the time of your busy day to stop by my blog or my YouTube channel or any of my other social media sites. If you have any questions you can e-mail me or send me a private message through YouTube or on any other social media site and I will try my best to get back to you as quick as possible. Please leave me a comment or subscribe to my channels or join me socially. As always thank you so much for your time and have a great day. If you would like to watch the video click here.