Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Essential Oil Diffuser


This essential oil diffuser is easy to set up because it has a simple cord to plug directly into the wall rather than batteries( Which is a big hassle with many essential oil diffuser on the market) . To use this product you just put some regular water into the water tank, and a few drops of your favorite pure essential oil along with it, and then let the machine do the rest. There are two buttons on the bottom that you can pick to turn on the light (which changes colors) as well as another button that will mist the fragrance into the air. My favorite scent to put into it is my lemon oil, it makes the whole surrounding area smell so fresh and clean! Another favorite oil for relaxing time is the peppermint/spearmint scent because it's so relaxing for around bedtime or if you're having a spa night and just want to relax. This diffuser is a definite must for 2016!  I would just like to state that I am not being paid to endorse this product, these are all my own opinions.

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Chalk Master Markers

These Chalk Master markers are the first set of chalk markers I've ever used, and after trying them out- I will never use regular chalk again. These markers are aimed more towards the audience of in home activities such as DIYs, chalk board walls, white boards, or any items that may have chalk paint on it! (canvas. mugs, ect.) These markers are honestly one of my new favorite things to use in my DIY series. Being a seller on etsy, one of the items that I sell is black chalk board mugs, and in the pictures I would always have a hard time writing words and sayings on my test ones for the pictures I post, until now! Writing on my DIY items is now a breeze with these awesome chalk board markers! They don't have a funky smell, are super pigmented, and don't smudge too easily- what more could you ask for!? I would just like to state that I am not being paid to endorse this product, these are all my own opinions.

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The picture below where I put swatches was tested on a whiteboard.