Mittwoch, 6. November 2013
Heute zeige ich Euch mal ein bisschen Mädchenkram, der in den letzten Tagen und Wochen entstanden ist.
Today it's time for Girls Stuff.
Lisbeth, sie hat es sehr verständlich in einem Film auf YouTube erklärt.
I love those small cosmetic bags from Lisbeth, the instructions how to sew them are really easy and for beginners. I changed them just a little bit.
Those bags are really small and fit in nearly every handbag. Here is the size: 16 cm x 6 cm x 10 cm.
Even when they are that small a lot of girlie stuff fits in them. This one here received a lining with black jeans cloth.
Hier hat mir vor allem der Stoff so gut gefallen.
And here I especiall loved the fabric.
Of course a little bit of girls stuff already belonged to the decoration of the bags.
Das hübsche Seifenschälchen stammt übrigens von der Frau Chacheli-Macheri.
Finally I found time again to make soap. This soap is made from 23 % Coconut grease, 23 % Palm fat, 20 % rapeseed oil, 20 % Rice bran oil, 9 % Babassu oil, 3 % casor oil, a little bit of TD to make it white and some cosmetic pigments for the pink color. As fragrance I used the parfum oil Black Soap Best Baby... but it has absolutely nothing to do with a baby fragrance. It smells more like fruits and flowers... it's a fresh fragrance for Ladies. But looking at it, I guess, I have to call it "Girlie" or have you got a better idea?
The beautiful soap dish is made by Chacheli-Macheri.
Trailer dazu (auf Deutsch scheint es den Trailer bereits nicht mehr zu geben, da es ein etwas älterer Film ist). Was ist eigentlich Euer Lieblingsfilm für Schmuddeltage?
My plaid is making progress. Even when I had to undo half of it, I finally understood the pattern and now I'm gettin along very well. And looking out of the window and seeing this ugly weather I guess I'm gonna knit on infront of TV watching one of my favorite girls movie: "Shining Through". Here's the Trailer of it, if you haven't seen it already. By the way, what is your favorite movie for rainy days?
Habt noch eine gemütliche Woche. / Have a lovely week and take care.
En liebe Gruess