Posted in April 2013


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 Advertisements


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


What is Bookmark and Try? I find something interesting that I think I can do, I book mark it and try it. Last month, I decided to challenge myself in the food department-matters of the stomach I tell you. I got a lot of inspiration from local food blogs and I have been trying new … Continue reading


Sheci has a wide variety of items available for purchase. We have Beaded Necklaces, Khanga and Kitenge Caps and Khanga and Kitenge Sunhats. Feel free to email us on or comment below if you are interested in any of our products. We are also interested in wholesale purchase. We can send these products anywhere … Continue reading


New week! Time is moving fast, before we know it, it will be December. I have had dreadlocks for 2 years now and the reason I decided to have them, is because I felt the need for change. I have had natural hair all my life and so I wanted to try something new. I … Continue reading


The weather man has said that Nairobi, Kenya will be cold and rainy this month and next month. Exercise is often postponed on cold days. You look outside, it is raining and you’re like aaaaaah! I will run tomorrow, back to bed. On cold days, it is difficult for me to drink water! impossible! If … Continue reading


I mentioned I was on a mission to make as many fresh fruit flavored pancakes, as I possibly can. Last week, I made coconut pancakes and banana/mango pancakes. The coconut pancakes,were great! I loved chewing little bits of coconut 🙂 as for the mango/banana mix, the banana flavor was there but the mango could not … Continue reading


For a long time, I wanted to try stamping patterns on stuff around the house. So last week I made a stamp, {I will share stamp making in another post.} I know, I went crazy with the hearts 🙂 But I loved the outcome. This is easy. All you need is fabric paint, a brush … Continue reading


On my usual rounds online, I noticed a lot of flower crowns on fashion and photography blogs. So, I decided to make one. I love the way they give an angelic-vintage look One of my favorite bloggers, Kelli Murray knows how to rock her flower crown. Let us begin. You need: Wire, Fresh flowers and … Continue reading