Saturday, 5 October 2013

Favorite TV Shows!

In this post I am going to focus on my favorite TV shows! Since I like so many different and random shows I have decided to put them in a list! And of course I will attempt to put them in some sort of organization!

  • Bones
  • Elementary
  • Rookie Blue
  • Dexter (Finished)

  • Glee
  • Pretty Little Liars
  • Downton Abbey
  • Chicago Fire
  • Desparate Housewives (Finished)
  • Mad Men
  • Gossip Girls (Finished)

  • Big Bang Theory
  • New Girl
  • Friends (Finished)
  • Rules of Engagement
  • Reba (Finished)
  • Two and a half Men
  • The Millers
  • Arrested Development

  • Vampire Diaries
  • Once Upon a Time
  • Game of Thrones
  • Charmed (Finished)
  • No Ordinary Family (Cancelled)
  • Under the Dome (I put it under fantasy because I am comparing it to the book.... spoiler lol)

  • Young and the Restless
Competition/Game Shows
  • Dancing with the Stars
  • The Voice
  • Big Brother 
  • Amazing Race

I know there are soooo many more but I cannot think of them right now!!

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

DIY A Candle for all Seasons!

Here is a simple project to make your own all season candle!
First thing I need to explain how I am doing this and you can change this to your own liking. I have certain candles that I absolutely adore for each season. These four candles that I have chosen are some that I have used for a while and have quite a few of! Since I do not have much left I will only be making a small candle.

You will need.
- Wick
- Left over candles
- An empty candle jar or any glass container you want the new candle to be in.
- Pot and water (stove) or a pot and kettle.
- Spoon
- Pen

- The first thing you need to do is clean the new container.
- Depending on when you are doing this project will mean your candle order will be different.
- I am doing this in the fall so my order from bottom to top would be Summer, Spring, Winter, Fall.
- Next you need to get your pot and boil water, Or if you are not using the stove boil water in your kettle.
- Once boiled place the old candle in the water so the water is just above where the wax at the bottom of the jar ends.
- Stir the  wax until melted
- once melted completely you need to place the base of the wick at the bottom of your new jar
- Pour a tiny bit of wax into the new jar carefully over the base without getting any on the wick itself.
- Once the wick is stable take the pen and wrap the wick around it so it is secure and rest the pen across the mouth of the new jar so the wick does not fall in while you pour the rest of the wax.
- Once ready begin to pour the first layer of candle wax into the new jar.
- Let it sit and harder.
- Now you do the same process and melt the candle meant for the second season. and pour on top of the previous layer.
- Repeat for all of the candles.

This is simple but it is most effective if there is the same or close to the same amount of wax for each layer.

*Since it is not the best looking candle I also recommend putting it inside of another candle holder.*

And that's it! Your very own candle for every season! Have fun DIYing!