Dior Espresso

Hey there my fellow DIYers! Long time no DIY, am I right?! Lately I've been getting tons of questions about this itsy bitsy Dior Espresso cup, I knew I had to share my knowledge with my beautiful readers! This might just be the faster and cuter DIY you'll ever make!

All you are going to need is:
- white coffee cup
- Dior espresso print out
- any type of glue
- Optional: white paint (spray paint or acrylic, just in case your cup isn't completely white already)
 

I suggest saving the above image and opening it in a Microsoft Word document. Make the worksheet as wide as an actual sheet of paper (just enlarge the display of the document to 155%) and compare the size of the Dior logo with the size of your cup. Then just print it and glue it on the cup! Et voilà. I told you it was going to be ridiculously easy! I use mine mostly for decor purposes but it's still a perfectly normal coffee cup. You could make a bunch of them and give them away as party favors or use it to put flowers or lipstick in!

Room tour: Christmas 2015

I've been organizing and redecorating my room for the past week and now I can finally show you the end result! Last year I was all about white and gold and this year I decided to keep a little bit of that but I added a small Christmas tree in my room and decorated it with silvers and pastel pinks. I am so happy of how everything turned out and every time I step into my room I feel like I'm in a winter wonderland!
In this post I will show you the before and after shots of the corners I decorated for Christmas as well as a couple of DIYs I made that turned out looking great! Hope you love this post as much as I do!

That little pink kitten ornament is actually a keychain!

I added the pastel pink bow on the metallic silver ornament myself to make everything more cohesive and used that same ribbon to hang all of the ornaments!

My gallery wall before: fashion and motivational prints.

The gallery wall after!

One of my beauty shelving units

Parfumes, nailpolishes and lipsticks

Added the cutest little pastel gingerbread house!

My nightstand before: a maple walnut Yankee Candle that basically smalls like fall and a couple of my favorite gold jewelry pieces.

My nightstand after: a Santa's belly canvas, a Frosted Treat Yankee candle and my favorite Christmas earrings: tiny little Christmas trees!

Gallery wall detail shot before...

...and after!

This was my favorite shelf in my whole room and I almost didn't want to change anything!

But I'm so happy I changed my mind! I ended up DIYing that feather Christmas tree with just a glue gun and a feather boa and adding some of my ornaments from last year and some jewelry boxes as little presents under the tree.

On the lower shelf I simply added a little penguin jar that I had from last year (it used to have cocoa mix inside!) and filled it with some eyeshadow compacts!

And the bottom shelf got a complete Christmas makeover with ornaments in glass containers and this little Chanel Christmas box!

That Chanel box when it's closed looks like this:

And when you open it it's a Chanel winter wonderland!

Hope you liked this post guys! Let me know if you have any questions! Happy holidays everyone!

Press for Chanel

Being the fashion and interior decor junkie that I am it surprises me that it took me this long to finally make this DIY! I've seen tons of different versions of this cute little "Press For" frame, from champagne to lipstick! And that's exactly what's so amazing about this DIY, being able to completely personalize it to your style!

To make this gorgeous decor piece you will need:
- A frame of your choice
- A doorbell from any hardware store
- A hot glue gun and glue sticks
- A print out with your "Press for" sentence (I made mine on www.picmonkey.com). I'll leave it below so you can use it right away just by downloading it.

I hunted down the perfect frame to make this DIY for quite a while actually! I looked everywhere, thrift stores, home decor stores, department stores and finally found the perfect one the other day at TJ Maxx. Print out your image being careful to match it to the size of your frame and just pop the print in the frame (I needed to cut mine a little more to make it fit into my frame nicely) and we're ready for the next step.

Next, you only need to get the door bell and glue it on the glass of your frame with a hot glue gun or super strong glue.

And voilà!! I think the final result is absolutely to die for!