I have always been an ah’natural girl with a little mascara and out the door. However as I have been aging (something we all do) I have been drawn to lipstick. I am drawn to it but my husband not so much. I throw a light shade on here or there throughout my day or on the way to the grocery store, but I never could imagine going through a whole tube in my next 40 years.
It was the other day watching Steven and Chris DIY Valentine’s day Crafts episode where I was inspired to use up some of my Covergirl Colorlicious Lipstick for a Valentine’s Day DIY last minute gift idea.
What you need:
- Covergirl colorlicious lipstick in a few of your favorite shades.
- Picture frame.
- Piece of paper to fit inside your frame.
- Your beautiful lips.
- Baby wipe or wet cloth.
The steps are simple:
- Apply your first Covergirl colorlicious lipstick colour to your beautiful lips.
- Kiss the paper in a random location.
- Re-apply your Covergirl colorlicious lipstick.
- Repeat. Until your picture it full of love and kisses.
I do suggest re-applying between each kiss, to get a fresh set of kisses each time.
You could take this simple DIY Valentine’s Day craft and turn it into a card for the love of your life. Great creative and write a word in lipstick kisses. This DIY Valentine’s Day craft is a great add on to my Valentine’s Day Challenge. Love Without Money? Where I share 29 ways to say I love you without breaking the bank.
February is the month of Love and Love is something I am so passionate about. You may be interested in reading “My Love Story” over on PTPA.com.
I married my soul mate, my childhood sweetheart and although we are so in Love we don’t typically celebrate Valentine’s Day. Love means more than fancy gifts and a titled day, we believe you should show each other Love daily. A simple DIY Valentine’s Day craft like this says it all.
How will you be spending your Valentine’s Day?
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