Learn to Water Marble from a Professional

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Hey everyone! Here's a step by step tutorial for heart designs and water marbling by Instagram's @Mucking_Fusser. Happy Valentine's week! What you need: Julep's Base Coat Lauren Eileen Julep’s Freedom Polymer Top Coat Quick-Dry Polish Drops  Part One: Heart Design Tools: Masking or scotch tape Scissors A pen Step by Step: Cut a piece of tape, fold it in half. Leave some of it untaped so that it is easy to pull apart later. Draw a half heart design (or you can free fall it) then cut out the heart... Read More

Pinterest Roundup: Cute & Creative DIY Valentines

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+ Got broken crayons laying around? Melt them up to create your very own custom, heart shaped, crayon. Perfect idea for your kids classmates! See how it's done here.  + Who doesn't love to blow bubbles? This bubblegum Valentine will be sure to "blow away" your friends and/or kids friends (and their parents too). Get the free printable here. + A great gift for your kids teacher, this adorable apple sticker can be found here. + This "Orange You Glad" Valentine will be a sweet treat for your coworkers... Read More

Make It: Valentine’s Day Garland

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Supplies: clothes pins, loose glitter, Mod Podge, twine. Paint one side of your safety pins with your Mod Podge. Sprinkle on your glitter & let fully dry (may take overnight). Hang your twine on the wall and use your sparkly clothes pins to attach Valentine's Day cards/ love notes/ pictures/ etc. 

Treat Your Feet

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So you say you need a pedicure, but don't have anytime to make it to the nail parlor? It's okay, we here at Julep have got you covered. We have just about any and every product needed to give yourself a fabulous pedi in the comfort of your own home (maybe even while watching X factor). + Extra Tip: Do this the day before NYE so that your feet are on their A-game when you are rocking your sparkly peep-toes. Pretty feet is a must!! + + Step 1: Soak your feet in your tub (or a bucket) with the sicilian... Read More

6 Adorable & Easy DIY Gift Wrapping Ideas

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It's official!! We here at Julep are obsessed with the holiday season. This week will be FULL of great gift ideas for all of the very special people in your life, so it only seemed fair we also shared some creative ways to wrap up all your fabulous presents. I have never been great at coming up with original ways to wrap my gifts (I am much more of a comic strip & bow kind of gal), but this year I think that will be changing. It is amazing what a difference a beautifully wrapped gift can make,... Read More

5 Homemade Holiday Gift ideas

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Don’t know what to get that person who already has everything imaginable? Homemade gifts are a great way to add a personal touch for that special someone. Here are 5 gift ideas to inspire your creative side. LAVENDER BODY OIL + Combine 1 cup sweet almond oil, 1/8 cup jojoba oil, 40 drops lavender essential oil, and 20 drops vanilla essential oil in a small glass bottle. Shake well. Add a sprig of lavender for decoration if desired. COCONUT ROSE LIP BALM + Melt 2 Tbsp coconut oil over low heat.... Read More

DIY Thanksgiving Table Decor

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Halloween may be long gone, but don’t throw your pumpkins out yet. Here are some fun, easy ways to re-purpose pumpkins and other fall items to use for a Thanksgiving feast. Pumpkin Vases + Cut an opening around the stem of a large pumpkin. Discard this portion of the pumpkin. + Clean out the inside of the pumpkin. + Place a short vase with water and flowers inside the pumpkin. Another option is to place the flowers directly inside the pumpkin and then arrange as desired. Candle Holder + Fill a... Read More

NOTD: The Jawbreaker Mani

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Each layer reveals a new and exciting color, just like our favorite candy from the 90's... Jawbreakers! Colors Used: Leah, Gloria, Carrie, & Maggie How to: Apply one color at a time, layering the desired number of colors. Apply top coat and wait until dry. Dip a q-tip in acetone and gently rub off polish, one layer at a time, to reveal colors underneath.

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