Posted in March 2013

PARENT-CHILD D.I.Y: MONSTER& WIRE CARDS

Truth be told, the main reason most people are happy about the Easter break, is not what it represents Biblically, but because of the looooooooooooong weekend. Now that we have all the free days set aside, to just NOT wake up at 5:00am, beat the Nairobi traffic, to get to the office by 8:00am, I … Continue reading

D.I.Y: THE STRAW TECHNIQUE

Hi guys, I hope you are enjoying the D.I.Y posts Today, I want to teach you the straw technique. With just a straw and paint. You can achieve this. Procedure: 1. Take your straw, and lightly dip it in paint 2. Use the paint dipped straw and slightly press onto the surface. A ring will … Continue reading

D.I.Y: SHINNY PAINTED OWL

We all have items we feel the need to add life or pizzaz to, for me, this top was one of them. I bought it 4 years ago and have worn it once! It was initially a plain brown vest, and one Sunday afternoon I decided to paint on it. {For the photography lovers. Can … Continue reading

AB ROUTINE & FRUIT PANCAKES

One of my new year resolutions was to get abs. I was not specific on a proper, clearly marked out six pack. A firm tummy without the cubes would still make me happy. Two months after starting the routines, I stopped. Why? No reason. {That is always the case with exercise} I have to admit … Continue reading

D.I.Y: A SAUTI SOL JACKET

Don’t you love the song Money Lover by Sauti Sol! What I love the¬† most, is that you can re-create the denim jacket Baraza wears at the beginning of the video. All you need is a similar jacket and some studs. Step 1: Jacket Step 2: Silver Studs Step 3: Start Studding FIN! Try this … Continue reading

D.I.Y: STUDDED SWEATER

Do it yourself projects is a segment¬† I am introducing on the blog. In primary school, I enjoyed Art and Craft and I was really disappointed when the government decided to drop art and music and leave us with all the boring courses. D.I.Y projects are a great way to apply your creativity and I … Continue reading

CAPS LOOK HOTTER ON WOMEN

It has been a while since I posted, but I have been busy with work. I spoke about our Leso/Khanga and Kitenge caps and I know many women tend to shy away from buying the caps, because they are not sure how to wear a cap. I have always loved caps. In campus, I would … Continue reading