Mamas, how many of us have a lighted vanity mirror on our wishlist? Lately we’ve seen them everywhere, from our favorite youtube vloggers videos, to advertisement for them all over. However, they can be quite pricey and I don’t know about you but I can find better things to do with $300 then buy a mirror. That still didn’t stop me from wanting one, so I decided to do some research and learned how to make my own. It turned out to be super easy and fast to make, so I wanted share with all of you! Read more
Working together on crafts with my family is one of my favorite ways to bond with them, especially during holidays. Since Easter is coming up I decided to look up some Easter craft ideas to do with my toddler. I ran across this very cute DIY Easter Pals from DollarTree.com
One of my favorite things about being a Dominicana is our delicioso cuisine. One of our most popular recipes is the Mangu, mashed plantanos (plantains). The great thing about plantanos is they are nutritionally beneficial; it contains loads of vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium, and potassium. It is so nutrient rich that it is often acknowledged for being a super food. The pros do not stop there though, it is also super tasty and easy to make. You can eat mangu for breakfast, lunch, dinner, main dish, side dish, you name it! I like to eat my mangu as my main dish with salchichon , queso frito, y aguacate (salami, fried cheese and avocado). Mangu is a must try for anyone who loves Dominican food, or just looking to try something different. Read more
Things you will need:
White T-shirt Fabric Paint Paint brush Heart Stencil Cardboard
I first started off by cutting an empty box of cereal in half to use as my cardboard. I used one side to slide inside of my shirt so the paint wouldn’t bleed through. I used the other half of my cardboard as a paint palette. I made my own heart stencil by taking a heart cut out and tracing it on card stock. Then I cut the heart out of my card stock , therefore creating a stencil.