KICKS FOR KIDS

Hi Guys, Some time at the beginning of this year, we approached Village Market with an idea and all we can say is many months down the line, Kicks for Kids was born. Kicks for Kids is craft on canvas. The Sheci team has a vast knowledge on D.I.Y and we will guide the children … Continue reading

WORK,KASHATAS,MABUYUS & KURLY KICHANA

Sincerely, it is has been very difficult keeping up with blogging and work. I get home exhausted, all I want to do is sleep. Working in the C.B.D has its good and bad side, On the down side, I cannot seem to find affordable places to eat, bus fare is also steep, our buses charge … Continue reading

D.I.Y: SPRAY PAINT MASON JAR

In the last post, I showed you one way of decorating a mason jar. Here is part 2 of the same mason jar. Use the spray paint and cover the whole jar, then let it dry It is important to note that spray paint is toxic, so do the  spraying outside and ensure the fumes … Continue reading

D.I.Y: NEON DUCK TAPE MASON JAR

Last week, I did my 1st mason jar d.i.y  and this week, I share my 2nd mason jar d.i.y. I wanted to challenge my creativity with these jars and I am having so much fun thinking about what to create next. What I love most about this week’s d.i.y, is that it can be done … Continue reading

D.I.Y: COLOR BLOCKED MASON JAR

On our trip to Turi this weekend, I was able to get access to mason jars. I was not able to carry as many as I wanted because of weight and space, so I settled for only 3😦 . For a while now, I wanted to share a d.i.y using these jars. For my first … Continue reading

UNIQUE PRODUCTS @TURI EXHIBITION

Hey guys, This past weekend Nina and I traveled to Molo for an exhibition at St. Andrews, Turi.  Molo is a beautiful place but gets very cold at night. Yes!colder than Nairobi. The exhibitors are mostly from Nakuru and its environs and some of them have very unique products. Here are some of my best … Continue reading

COOL JEWELRY AT NAKUMATT

Yesterday, I was shopping at Nakumatt Junction and since I was waiting on bf to arrive, I decide to pass time looking around. Just before I crossed over to the bread section, I saw unique jewellery on display! What caught my attention, was the Kikoi necklaces and the beaded claw bracelets! The claw bracelets were … Continue reading

SHOP CAPS @SHECI SHOP

To view all our caps, see here. Our caps are made using Leso and Kitenge and are unisex. They cost Kenya Shilling 450, if you live outside Kenya, feel fee to convert to your local currency. If you are interested, leave a comment or an email us on shecidenim@gmail.com.

COOL FINDS: KENYAN CURRENCY

Happy Monday everyone! It is sad how fast the weekend moves, right? On my usual rounds online, I found some really cool items. These accessories are not made in Kenya, not even close. But they are creative and quirky. Imagine if you were less 10 shillings on your bus fare, the 10 bob earrings by … Continue reading