Thursday, July 17, 2014

My top 6 Swimsuit Cover Ups

Headed to the beach soon? 
Why not save a little money and make your own beach cover up.





 Here are my top 6.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Sweatshirt Re-style, Drawstring Skirt DIY.

I saw this skirt while I was looking thorough Victoria's Secret and
 I thought it would be so  easy to make out of a sweatshirt.



Saturday, July 12, 2014

I Did Dr Oz's 3 Day Cleanse and Survived.


 I have officially completed the Dr. Oz 3 day cleanse.
The last day was not too bad. I did get a little hungry around 4 so I ate some fruit and a few almonds. I would suggest having lots of fruit to snack on when you do get hungry and some good almond butter to take a teaspoon of now and then, that way you will see it through. This was more of a mental challenge for me that anything, although losing 5 pounds didn't hurt. I started at 143 and now I am 138. I know it is mostly water weight and that is ok with me. What I really like is that my skin looks so much better and my eyes are white, I don't feel bloated and I have a lot of energy. I would suggest to really mentally prepare yourself to do this, maybe work up to it slowly like starting with one shake in the morning for a couple of days then adding another until you can do all three shakes in three consecutive days. If you are going in to it full board from eating a lot of sugar or processed foods prepare yourself for body aches headaches and just not feeling good the first day and a half basically you are going though withdrawal.
I did have one cup of coffee in the morning. I really love my peace and coffee in the morning so maybe that will be something I give up later. MAYBE.
All in all I will be doing this once a month just to keep me on track.
I really feel like I have accomplished something pretty big.
If any of you have any questions and are thinking about doing the 3 day Cleanse feel free to ask me any questions or let me be your moral support. My sister supported me and that was a huge help. She gave me tips and kept me on track. Cheers to your health and
well being.


Here is my day by day and how I felt. 


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Glitter Shoe Fix

Before you throw those beloved shoes in the trash pile try this.
My Latest post for 
For more Shoe DIY
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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Patriotic Kiss, Off the Shoulder T-shirt DIY.


With the help of Tulip's Awesome Lip Stencil
and some of their other amazing products
 I was able to create this shirt for The Fourth of July in no time flat,
WobiSobi Style!
Happy 4th of July everyone.
Wishing you all Love and Happiness.




Saturday, June 28, 2014

One Shoulder, Double Tied, No Sew Tee Shirt: DIY.

What a tongue twister. I sat at my computer for a minute 
and tried to think of an easier caption but nothing fit.
I am forever trying to re-invent the plain old t-shirt.
 I have often said to myself "Why am I always trying to change a t-shirt.?"
I think the main reason is because a t-shirt is so accessible and everyone  has one. 
Another reason is because we lived on a very limited income when I was a young mother and  I was always trying to find ways to spiff up my plain wardrobe  super quick
 and  for as little money as possible.
So my obsession for t-shirt reconstruction was born.
Now here is one more.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Easy Chevron Strapless Dress out of Two T-shirts.

Check out my Latest post for I Love to Create.
A Strapless dress made from tow T-shirts
Really easy and inexpensive.
Have a Fabulous Day!
Lots of <3.
Anne

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Summer Dress Challenge

Over the last month I have been contemplating wearing only dresses for the Summer. Why you ask?   Well one of the reasons is because I love dresses.  I loved the Era of the 40's and 50's when women wore mostly dresses, it made them stand out, they looked beautiful and feminine and confident. Not to mention dresses  are a whole lot cooler and a little easier to pick out  than trying to coordinate a whole outfit.  With that being said, I can not wear a dress to my job because I have to abide by a dress code, but any time I am not working  I am going to look into only wearing  dresses  or cute skirts and flirty blouses.  
     Now before you run off and spend a fortune on a new wardrobe, I am going to do a complete closet revamp, pulling out everything in it and re-evaluating my dress wardrobe.  Some of the dresses I have had for a long time and this is where my DIY Re-style will come in handy. Can I revamp some of my classics?  Well I guess you will have to find out over the course of the summer. If any of you want to join me in a "Summer Dress Challenge",  just follow me on Instagram and tag #WobiSobiDressChallenge.  I think it would be so much fun to see all of the beautiful dresses and get great ideas on how to revamp old ones. 

So here is the beginning of my summer dress wardrobe.. I am going to try very hard not to spend over $40 on one dress. Budget is the number one word in this challenge.  Everyone of the dresses I have in these pictures is $40 or under. Pleases do not misunderstand me, I am not saying that every once in a while you find that One dress you have to have and it just happens to be over $40, of course buy it,  but my challenge is  to try and be resourceful and stylish with out breaking the bank.  If you have old dresses or even thrift store dresses that you revamp that is even better.  So let's see what you've got and have a great time on this "Summer Dress Challenge".










Have a wonderful Monday!
Don't forget if you want to have fun with dresses 
then  #WobiSobiDressChallenge on Instagram.
Lots of <3,
Anne








Friday, May 23, 2014

Strapless Ruffle Shirt: DIY

Looking for a strapless top for those HOT summer nights? 
Well I was too.
I looked high and low and  I could not find what I wanted,
 so I had to make one.
  I thought that making one out of two shirts was not only a great summer DIY,
but also a great way to recycle.

Friday, May 16, 2014

BuzzFeed Feature: 27 Easy T-shirt DIY's.

I was so thrilled to have a feature on Buzzfeed  highlighting 27 of my T-shirt DIY's.
What an honor.
A Big  thank you to Alexa  Westerfield Wolff  from I Love To Create 
who put all this together and posted it.