1. a Pedicure. – get someone else to do the initial hard work, then you are left with the upkeep.
2. the world Kindest nail brush from Lee Valley. I love these, they are also great for the kids hands, legs and feet.
3. Bath & Body Works Sugar Scrub. I use this for my hands, arms, feet and legs. It keeps them moisturized and clean.
Okay, as I was saying. Where I live May is the first month that you can venture outside in bare feet. So I wanted the May wreath to represent that.
A few months ago I spotted a wreath that looked like it was made of fresh grass. It took a few months, but I finally found the right wool to make the wreath with. The only problem was that it was variegated. Green, white and light blue. So I cut out the green parts and wrapped them around a straw wreath.
I had never used a straw wreath before. It worked really well for this project. Although it was a little messy.
Once the “grass” was on I fluffed it up a little. Then I randomly placed the super cute foam flip-flop stickers and added a little sign. To hang it I just used a simple green ribbon (that one of the kids threw in the cart while shopping at Micheal’s).
Disclaimer * Lee Valley Tools and Bath & Bodyworks did not sponsor this post, all opinions are my own.