What I Found #8

I haven't done this in a while so I had a lot of things waiting around on my computer. There are so many wonderful items out in the world and something new comes out every day that I don't even know how to keep track of it. Hope you like the list & I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas (we don't celebrate it here) and got tons of pretty presents! 

What I Wore: Pastel Colors & Polka Dots

Dress: koton
Sweater: from my cousin
Tights: thrifted
Bracelet: c/o baublebar (they don't have this one anymore!)
Necklace: handmade/blogged HERE

I'm in love with my new sweater that my cousin gave me. There were other colors but I didn't think I would feel comfortable having my neck closed all the time so I only took this one. I wish I had taken the others because it doesn't bother me at all and it is really comfortable. Also, it keeps me insanely warm!

I really love this bracelet from Baublebar. I got it from them a while back. Me and my sister love it so much because it is so beautiful. It has a giraffe print in gold, I think that is a brilliant idea.

P.S: It started snowing today and everywhere is covered already.

DIY: Rainbow Lights Necklace!

Hey guys, yesterday I had the lights up at our house for new years and some of the lights were burned out from last year so while changing them I thought why not use the burned ones for something. So today I looked around the house for a necklace chain and found some in my necklace box. I chose the one with little holes because I thought it would be much better. If you like it and want to do it, don't hesitate it really looks pretty. And if you have seen this here for the first time please tell me so & if you try it yourself I would really like to see the photograps so I can check out how awesome yours came out! 
As you can see they all have burned spots but thats okay. If that really bothers you you can paint over them. So, you see those wires? That is what you'll be using to hang them on the chain, so even the holes out and put the wires in and tighten them. After the tightening cut the wires so they don't hurt you! 
Hope you like my tutorial and if you have any questions feel free to ask.

PS: Welcome to my new followers and thanks for all the wonderful comments!