Yes, I got that excited about it. Hush, you.
I found my pin, then decided that since it was a hair-test and this is a craft blog... I figured I should probably do a craft test as well.
Now, as a girl with long and reasonably straight hair, I'm always looking for an easy way to curl my hair- I've tried the rag-roll method (and woke up looking like a young Hermione Granger. The facial expression below is highly accurate to my feelings that morning...)
|Photo from CoolSpotters|
|Photo from ...love Maegan|
|As it turns out, trying to take a photo of the back of your head is harder than I thought...|
Went to bed, tried to go to sleep, and half an hour later I got up and pulled them out. So damn uncomfortable. So never again. (I'm not joking. I swapped from bobby pins to hairbands and everything and it was still awful...
And moving on to my "Sharpie" mug. A Sharpie mug which didn't actually use Sharpies because I couldn't find them, so in the spirit of Pintesting, I used Bic permanent markers.
|Pic from DIYopolis (original pin)|
Here, have a before/after baking (and dishwashing) pic
So... Pin-win? I'm going to try it again just for fun later on, to see if I can experiment and get my colour to stay...
OH. I baked it for half an hour at 220C (I stuck the mug in while the oven was heating up), then it was coming off, so I traced over the vines again (hence why they're still dark green) and stuck it back in the oven for 50mins at 220C.
Have you tried these Pins before? Let me know how they turned out!!
Catch you next time,