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I normally go to a tanning salon to get a good base before lay out season comes. Just because it makes me feel pretty & husband likes my tan bod! :)
Recently I have been thinking how scarey it is to lay in the beds. Under those lamps.
So today I tried VeraSpa Sunless Tan. Viola! I love it.
Looks better than Mystic. (In my opinion)
I have a bronze look. Not orange...whew.
My girlfriend said, "your teeth look really white." Ahhh...does this mean I can give the Crest white strips a break? :)
At the end of the day I decided to go in once a week for a 60 second spray. Until it's warm enough to lay out.
I feel great & look pretty damn good too. :)
Liz Leppanen, Realtor (916)275-5511 VGC Real Estate Group #01820535
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• Puffy paint
• Egg cartons
• 2 large heavy-duty paper plates
• Green craft foam
• Twist ties
What you do
1. First, decorate 14 plastic pull-apart eggs with puffy paint and let them dry. (Overturned egg cartons make great workstations and drying racks; just set each egg half over a carton cup bottom.) YAY!
2. Cut the rims from the paper plates and glue them together. Glue green craft foam leaves around the ring, leaving 1 1/2 inches between them.
3. To attach the eggs, tightly wrap twist ties (one for each egg) between the leaves around the paper plate ring, then simply close the egg halves together over the ties.
What you need
• 2 round wooden beads (we used one 16-millimeter and one 25-millimeter bead) with holes large enough for a doubled Pipe cleaner to fit through. Hmmm FUN
• 6-inch pipe cleaners
• Acrylic paint
• Craft feather
• Fine-point marker
What you do
1. First, paint the beads with acrylic paint. When they have dried, bend a 6-inch pipe cleaner in half, sandwiching the end of a tiny craft feather in the fold.
2. Thread the smaller bead onto the opposite end of the pipe cleaner and slide the bead up to hide the bottom of the feather.
3. Thread the larger bead onto the pipe cleaner, then bend the ends of the pipe cleaner into feet.
4. Finally, use a fine-point marker to give your little chick eyes and a tiny beak.