Bling Bling Pendant

diamond-glaze

Supplies:

Chain or ribbon

Paper or photograph for background

Items to fill pendant

Pendant

Tweezers

Diamond Glaze www.judikins.com

Instructions:

1.      Adhere your paper or photo to the inside of your pendant.

2.      Apply your trinkets by laying them our first until you decide just how you want it. If you like it take a picture of it so you can remember how to put it back together.

3.      Once you are happy with your design fill the pendant with the diamond glaze. Remove any bubbles with a straight pin or toothpick.

4.      Note: The glaze does react with some materials so if you don’t want it to change color, test first.

Super Simple With Terri O is coming to your city but only if you ask for it

Your support over the years has been phenomenal and it has been my pleasure to bring you a newsletter, blog and videos to help make your life Super Simple!
I truly appreciate the Facebook likes and the Tweets. I would love it if you wanted to share Super Simple with your family and friends.
Super Simple with Terri O

pbsPublic TV network stations across the country have the chance to pick up Super Simple with Terri O, an exciting, TV series about food, fashion, fitness and crafts hosted by Terri O.

You simply have to find your city / station from the list below and ask the programming manager:

Please add Super Simple with Terri O to your TV programming list. It is a super fit for your lifestyle programming. Thank you.

Atlanta, Georgia http://www.pba.org/
PBA30
Contact Form http://wabe.org/contact
Milton Clipper, President and CEO
Atlanta Educational Telecommunications Collaborative, Inc.
Phone 678-686-0321

Baltimore, Maryland http://www.mpt.org/
MPT TV
Contact Form http://www.mpt.org/feedbackform
E-mail  comments at mpt dot com
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MarylandPublicTelevision

Boston, Massachusetts http://www.wgbh.org/
WGBH
Contact Form http://www.wgbh.org/about/contact.cfm
Jon Abbott, WGBH CEO/President
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wetatvfm?fref=ts
Twitter https://twitter.com/wgbh

Charlotte, North Carolina http://www.wtvi.org/
WTVI
Regina Berry, Director of Media Operations and Programming
E-mail via http://www.wtvi.org/contact-us/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wtvicharlotte
Twitter: https://twitter.com/wtvi

Chicago, Illinois http://www.wttw.com/
WTTW 11
Daniel Soles, Senior Vice President and Chief Television Content Officer
Contact Form http://interactive.wttw.com/about/contact-us
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wttw11?fref=ts

Cleveland – Akron, Ohio http://www.wviz.org/
WVIZ
David Kanzeg, Director of Programming
Contact Form http://www.ideastream.org/feedback
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wvizpbs
Twitter https://twitter.com/ideastream

Dallas – Ft. Worth http://www.kera.org/
KERA
Bill Young, VP of Television Programming
Sylvia Komatsu, Chief Content Officer
Gila Espinoza, Assistant Programming Director
Contact Form http://www.kera.org/about/contact/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/keratx

Denver, Colorado http://www.rmpbs.org/home/
KRMA 6 Rocky Mountain PBS
Donna Sanford, Chief Contact Officer
Contact Form http://www.rmpbs.org/about/contact-us/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/rmpbs
Twitter https://twitter.com/rmpbs
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/rockymtnpbs/

Detroit, Michigan http://www.dptv.org/
WTVS
Georgeann Herbert, Content and Community Engagement (Direct e-mail:  gherbert at dptv dot org)
Contact Form http://support.dptv.org/site/Survey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=1
E-mail  email at dptv dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/detroitpublictv
Twitter https://twitter.com/detroitpublictv
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/detroitpublictv/

Hartford – New Haven, Connecticut http://www.cpbn.org/
CP TV Connecticut Public Broadcasting Service
E-mail  audiencecare at cptv dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/connecticutpublictelevision?sid=67cdda85174ed6bb5caefc7bbb272860&ref=s

Houston, Texas http://www.houstonpbs.org/
8 Houston PBS
Capella Tucker, Director of Content, Houston Public Media
E-mail Capella Tucker by clicking her name http://app.houstonpbs.org/staff/capella-tucker/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/houstonpbs
Twitter http://twitter.com/wabenews

Indianapolis, Indiana http://www.wfyi.org/
WFYI
Alan Cloe, Executive Vice President of Content Services
Contact Form http://www.wfyi.org/contactUs.asp
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WFYI.Indianapolis
Twitter https://twitter.com/wfyi

Los Angeles, California http://www.kcet.org/
KCET
Bohdan Zachary, Vice President, Broadcast, Syndication and Program Development
E-mail programdirector at kcet dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KCET28
Twitter https://twitter.com/KCET

Miami – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida http://wlrn.org/
WLRN Channel 17
Contact Form http://wlrn.org/contact-us
Email  questions at friendsofwlrn dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/WLRN-Public-Radio-and-Television/28348730201
Twitter https://twitter.com/WLRN

Minneapolis – St. Paul, Minnesota http://www.tpt.org/
TPT
Contact Form http://www.tpt.org/?a=contactUs
E-mail viewerservices@tpt.org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tptpbs
Twitter https://twitter.com/tpt

Nashville, Tennessee http://www.wnpt.org/index.php
WNPT
Beth Curley, President and CEO
Nashville Public Television
161 Rains Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37203-5330
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nashvillepublictelevision
Twitter https://twitter.com/npt8
Phone (615) 259-9325 Ext. 293

New York, New York http://www.thirteen.org/
Thirteen
Roslyn Davis, General Manager
Email  programming at thirteen dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wnet-thirteen
Twitter https://twitter.com/thirteenny
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/thirteenwnet/

Orlando – Daytona Beach, Florida http://wucftv.org/
WUCF
Bill Dotson, Director of Content and Operations
Email by clicking on names here http://wucftv.org/contact/
Phone 407-823-3280

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania http://www.whyy.org/
WHYY
Contact Form http://www.whyy.org/about/contact.php
E-mail talkback at whyy dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/whyypublicmedia
Twitter http://twitter.com/whyy

Phoenix, Arizona http://www.azpbs.org/
Eight Az PBS
Nancy Southgate, Associate General Manager, Content
Contact Form http://www.azpbs.org/contact.php
E-mail eight at asu dot edu
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/arizonapbs
Twitter https://twitter.com/arizonapbs

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.wqed.org/index_full.php
WQED
Darryl Ford Williams,Vice President of Content
Contact Form http://www.wqed.org/about/contact.php
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WQEDPittsburgh
Twitter https://twitter.com/WQED
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/wqed/

Portland, Oregon http://www.opb.org/
Oregon Public Broadcasting
Mary Gardner, Director, TV Programming
Contact Form http://www.opb.org/insideopb/contactus/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/oregonpublicbroadcasting
Twitter https://twitter.com/opb

Raleigh – Durham, North Carolina http://www.unctv.org/content/
UNC TV
Contact Form http://www.unctv.org/content/contact
E-mail  view at unctv dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/unctv
Twitter https://twitter.com/unctv

Sacramento – Stockton – Modesto, California http://www.kvie.org/
KVIE Public Television
Michael Sanford, Vice President for Content Creation
Contact Form http://www.kvie.org/contact/feedbackform/default.htm
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KVIEPBS
Twitter https://twitter.com/KVIEPBS

San Diego, California http://www.kpbs.org/
KPBS
John Decker, Director of Programming (Mr. Decker’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/gubben/)
Contact Form http://www.kpbs.org/staff/john-decker/contact/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KPBSSanDiego
Twitter https://twitter.com/KPBSnews

San Francisco, California http://www.kqed.org/
KQED
Contact Form http://www.kqed.org/about/contact/
E-mail  tv at kqed dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KQED
Twitter http://twitter.com/KQED
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/kqed/

Seattle, Washington http://kcts9.org/
KTVS9
Contact Form http://kcts9.org/about/contact-us
E-mail viewer@KCTS9.org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9
Twitter http://twitter.com/KCTS9

St. Louis, Missouri http://ninenet.org/
NineNet
Patricia Kistler, Vice President of Programming
E-mail  letters at kcet dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheNineNetwork
Twitter https://twitter.com/theninenetwork

Tampa – St. Petersburg, Florida http://www.wedu.org/
WEDU
Jack Conely – Vice President, Content (Mr. Conley’s e-mail lconley at wedu dot org)
E-mail outreach at wedu dot org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wedupublicmedia

Washington DC http://www.weta.org/
WETA
Contact Form http://www.weta.org/contact
WETA-TV
3939 Campbell Ave.
Arlington, VA 22206
Phone 703-998-2600

Fashionable Flowerets

A simple idea for a super fun look!

Click HERE to watch the video where I walk you through this fun craft.

Lip Liners

Use these great tips to get the perfect pouty look:

  • Application- Should always start in the center and bring down.
  • Tips- To make your lips fuller which are my favorite you will want to go outside natural edge of lips to emphasize their shape. Shimmer lipsticks and gloss will also help. Don’t use  matte shades because they will make your lips look thinner.
  • Lip fusion- My favorite lip plumper. Lip fusion benefits which include stimulating collagen production and moisturizing, taste nice and it does not sting. All plumper’s effects are temporary, so it has to be reapplied throughout the day to maintain the results.

Compliments of Cos Bar

15044 N. Scottsdale Rd #140
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
gloria.banuelos@cosbar.com
Tel: (480) 607-2771

Highlighters for your Face

The pros say it’s a must have!

A highlighter is a must have in your staple of cosmetics. Why? Because it will make your complexion look  rested and rejuvenated. It can also eliminate the signs of fatigue instantly. My favorite and the leader in Highlighters is YSL- Touché Éclat. One important tip is to put the concealer on over your make-up. And remember…less is more!

Where to put blush

Know just where to give yourself that little glow.  Tips and tricks to have the perfect makeup:

Perfect Blush Tips:
Color – Select a blush based on the color your skin turns when you pinch it.
Location is key. Smile see the apple of your cheeks using your blush brush apply in circular motion to rounded cheeks then blend up and outward to temples.
Remember when it comes to blush, less is more!
Compliments of Gloria Bañuelos
Gloria is a make up artist in Scottsdale.  To learn more from her you can reach her at:
Gloria Bañuelos
Cos Bar
15044 N. Scottsdale Rd #140
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Tel: (480) 607-2771
Fax: (480) 367-6748
gloria.banuelos@cosbar.com

Paper Belt Buckle

 

Once you have the findings all you need is some pretty paper and old jewelry parts to make this amazing belt buckle. Your friends won’t believe you made it yourself!

How to Look Tall

A few simple tips can add inches to your height.  If you can’t be tall you might as well look it!

Long and Lean

Who doesn’t want to look a little longer and leaner?  Try these tips to add some height and take off a few pounds.

  • Expose your slimmest bits like your wrists, collarbone, or ankles so eyes are drawn to your narrowest body parts.
  • Show a little bit of leg.   This creates visual elongation. The best hemline is at the knee or slightly above the knee.
  • Think column.  Dress in a mono-chromatic color scheme from head to toe. This causes the eye to move vertically versus horizontally.
  • Fall “hem over heels”.  Wear a heel and make sure your hem falls over your shoe without bunching and dragging on the floor.
  • Create visual interest at your tallest point. Add a little volume at your crown or pile your hair on top in a simple up do.
  • Wear a v-neck and long, narrow accessories to reinforce the vertical movement.

Fawn Cheng is a Personal Stylist & Brand Strategist for more information visit:

www.fawncheng.com
www.righttimenewyou.com
http://www.facebook.com/fawnchengaz

White Eye Pencil

White Eye Pencil tips:

I find that more is less when it comes to using a white pencil. For me I just like to add it to the inside corners of my eyes. I also found that there are different shades of white. Regardless every time I use the white pencil, which is not every day, I always get some sort of remark like “What did you?  You look refreshed.” or “I’m not sure why but your eyes look pretty today”.  So why don’t I use it every day? Well sometimes I just forget but mainly I just like to mix things up. You find what works for you and run with it. By the way check out the article below for some great tips on using and buying white pencils.

www.makeupandbeyond.com/White-Eyeliner-Tips.php

Studded Shoes

Just like in the fashion magazines!Why pay top dollar for hip chic shoes when you can bling them yourself? Learn how now.