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If plants could go to high school, succulents would win “Most Popular” in the yearbook. They’re everywhere lately, probably because they work as well in modern décor as they do in retro and rustic settings. As the founder 
of shopruche.com—a shopping/lifestyle site—I made sure our offices were decorated with succulents aplenty. And if you want to bring succulents indoors, but more inventively than just plopping them in a ceramic pot, try this framed assortment. Read More
Studio DIY has given us something to combat this rainy spring weather with—fruit slice umbrellas! The website features instructions on how to turn your plain umbrella into an awesome lemon, kiwi, and or watermelon (what could be sweeter?!). Make a lemon umbrella following the instructions below or head on over to Studio DIY for how-to's on the kiwi and watermelon versions: For a Lovely Lemon Umbrella, you will need: 1 Yellow Umbrella Scotch Blue Painter’s Tape Fabric-Safe Craft Paint Scissors How To Make It: 1. Tape off a section around one spoke of the umbrella. Read More
  Here are some irresistible drinks from our gals at SpeedRack that are definitely meant for summer nights and good times:      Spring Flinger Created by Ivy Mix, Co-Founder, Speed Rack   Muddle 2 2" sections of celery in .75 oz simple syrup add: .75 oz lemon juice .5 oz fino sherry 1.5 oz plymouth gin dash pernod absinthe   Preparation: Shake, fine strain into a Collins glass, top with soda. Garnish with a cucumber slice. Garnish: Cucumber slice. Read More
Whether you’re a big time lover of the stars, or just want to spruce up an old scarf that can double as a shawl for the upcoming warmer months, this DIY will be sure to add an interstellar kick to your spring wardrobe. A Beautiful Mess lays out the recipe below (note: this does require some light embroidery). Read More
If you’re a glitter lover (pre or post holiday season) this DIY project is one that will add some glamour to your morning cup of joe AND it's dishwasher safe (no microwaves though!) Here’s what you’ll need: Martha Stewart decoupage gloss finish Painter’s tape Brush A mug (solid colors work best!) Glitter (duh) Rubbing alcohol Now put it all together: Do a once over on your mug with the rubbing alcohol, insuring that it is clean and fresh and ready to be glitterfied. Read More