I love scarves so much and I have a bunch of those in my closet 🙂 some of it is comes as a gift from my friends back home with different colors, length and fabrics 🙂 they know I’m little obsessed of it haha. I just love wearing them so much, they can be the perfect accessory on our outfit right? at work, school or on cold winter season 🙂
They just keeps getting bigger and bigger and now they were taking up too much room in my closet haha I just feel tired and lazy folding it every now and then hahaha So I decided to search online for a simple DIY solution about my problem!! 🙂 and whola!!! all you need to have is just a shower curtain rings and a wooden hanger!! problem solved haha
it only cost 10 kr in loppis 🙂
Just attach the curtain rings onto the wooden hanger, and hang your scarves through the rings.
I choose wooden hanger instead of plastic one because if you have many scarves to hang on it has a tendency to bend/slanted the plastic hanger plus it will roll the rings and pile your scarves on top of the other)
You maybe want to glue the rings to the hanger so you know how many scarf you want in one hanger.
You can put glue or tape on the opening part of the ring so your scarf will not snug on it when you pull it.
If you are so patience to glue a yarn to cover the ring to decorate it (feel free to do it)
Here is what it looks like now :). I have 3 hanger on my closet and i can’t wait to buy more scarf hihi!
Hello Guys! So today I’m sharing with you the lovely gifts I got for Christmas, Yup! I know I’m early today LOL! But I’m just so excited to share!! so bare with me guys! hehe Anyway highway! I know I was a very lucky girl this year (not to mention that I recently got my Swedish Citizenship early this month plus I got my dream bag as my birthday gift last August) and now receiving all this Christmas gifts (picture above) was an amazing feeling. I got so many fantastic items that I really love and I can’t wait to share it with you guys!.
Well, sabi nga nila iba ang paskong Pinas 😉 kaya na-isipan ko kung ano nga ba ang pinagkaiba ng pasko natin sa pasko nila? Hmmm kung tutuuisin nga eh pareho lang naman tayo ng ipinag-diriwang tuwing buwan ng December kaya naman naispan ko isa-isahin ang mga bagay na talga namang nakakamiss sa Paskong Pinas!.. 👍
Hello ladies! 😊 for today’s post is something different..Yep! Something that I haven’t done before on my REVIEW post, Lol! So as we all know shaving is something we didn’t like to talk about on public or as much as possible to keep it personal 😉. And for us ladies, removing our unwanted hair is a huge part of our lives as we always wanted to have a silky, smooth, hairless legs, underarms and skin right? haha (well if you’ll ask me – my underarm is my main problem LOL )
So here is it! my new Philips Advance Satin Shave. Honestly, when I come here in Sweden I never even shave my arms nor my legs but I do plucked my underarm hairs because in Philippines, it is not a big deal if you didn’t shave your arms or legs but you MUST remove your armpit hairs LOL. I’m also thankful that my legs is not that hairy and I don’t need to shave it every now and then. My only problem is my armpit hair! sometimes I use disposable razors to shave my armpits and consistently using tweezers. One thing I don’t like about plucking is that it takes so much time and effort plus my neck become stiff and hurting after a long period of doing it.
So therefore, this year I was determined to try and find the easiest and quickest way possible to shave my armpit. Then I bought this Philips Advance Satin Shave(Not sponsored). It said it is for legs and body so it means I can also use it also in my underarms (btw! I was planning to buy an epilator too but sad to say it is so expensive than the shaver). Anyway highway, lets get to the information on the shaver first and what it’s actually like.
I missed eating Asian food and since I found a glass noodles in my local supermarket I immediately bought it and cook my favorite Japchae (who knows the famous Japchae of Bonchon? raise your right hands! hehehe Yummy!). I’m so happy that I can easily find all the ingredients needed in making this recipe plus the result is really good and yummy! (Not bad for the first timer like me) So lets cook my own version of japchae! 🍜
BTW What is Japchae: It is one of Korea’s best-loved dishes, with glass noodles, stir fried with vegetables and meat.Yummy! It easy to make!!
Semester time!Yippie 💃💃(so as you can see its me and Matthias, we’re dancing with so much joy! Lol!) Well, don’t be confused if I always say SEMESTER 😉 yeah! I know! it sounds weird that I’m happy about the word “Semester” right? Lol! Because it only means schooling session in my home country but here in Sweden “SEMESTER” means VACATION!
But let’s talk about our semester again where we spend one whole day tour in Visingsö Island. This Island is located in southern half of Sweden’s second largest lake called Lake Vättern. It is 30 kilometers north of city Jönköping and it take us 2hrs drive to get there. There you can see lots of beautiful scenery, relaxing nature and amazing wildlife. A perfect summer destination too here in Sweden.