Wednesday, November 7, 2012

No Excuses November! Days 3 & 4

Whoopss! Yep I missed a day! But you know what they say, nobody's perect! Everybody falls off the horse from time to time, BUT, it's never too late to hop back on that pony!!!!!
Since the earlier article posted today was about skin care, so is our No Exuses article of the day! (Coordination is the key to success....well sometimes....)
It's also......drum roll please..... A CRAFT!
Yes being healthy can also be fun!!!

So what has all the fuss been about??? Waterbottles. Yes water bottles. Alot of people don't drink enough water, but if I told you that water makes your skin look young,fresh, healthy, and vivacious...could I persuade you then?

Here is a craft for you that will hopefully inspire you to drink more water.....

 Who wouldn't want to drink water out of these classy bottles! A crazy person that's who!
- Use a sharpie to write the times down on your bottle. Write over the time a few times to make sure that it won't fade or smear.
- To jazz up your water bottle add rhinestones (they also can be a marker, like in the picture, to measure the different amounts you want to drink at certain times). Putting on the rhinestones is easy all you need is a hot glue gun.
* Rhinestones can sometimes be pricy, check your local grocery store, such as Wal-Mart, Fred Meyer, etc., because they tend to have lower prices than craft stores.
- Do you want the sripes on your waterbottle? Then you're going to have to buy a water bottle with rubber gips (which give the stripe effect, like the bottles in the picture), sorry to be the bearer of bad news. But have no fear, because this cookie has thought of a solution, use duct tape! I know brilliant!!! Try using fun types of duct tapes (the ones with patterns). My favorite duct tape is the mustache patterned one

- The strings on the watter bottles in the picture serve as "holders or attatchers" (don't really know the word to use there, but you get the idea)! Use a thicker ribbon for a more durable strap. Also, take a lighter to the edges, after you have tied the string on the bottle. This will prevent fraying.

Hope you enjoy this activity! Post your creations, or share them on Pinterest, Facebook, or Twitter!

I would love to see your creations too! After all I'm always looking for inspiration! Below are the links to my pages...!/pages/Mandalina-Ballerina/198655016917077

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