Disclaimer: The following post is in partnership with Venta Airwasher and I have received the following product for editorial review. While the Venta Airwasher was provided for review, all opinions shared below are my own.I’m not sure if it’s the countless hours on the road or the million miles I’ve racked up in the skies – all I know is that when I come home, I’m ready to relax, relate and release into a catatonic state of sweet, sweet rest. Skip the aromatherapy candles, I've found the ultimate routine to take relaxation to the next level and it all starts with the Venta Airwasher! Earlier this summer, I was fortunate enough to find and install the Venta Airwasher in my home and the benefits have been amazing! The Venta Airwasher is the only humidifier and air purifier in one that uses the power of water to gently and powerfully rid my home of dust, dirt, odors and allergens. Even with the numerous health benefits of cleaner and fresher air, the Venta Airwasher has aromatic accessories that literally transform my home bedroom into a relaxing spa-like experience. Using a combination of aromatherapy, the Venta Airwasher infuses calming scents throughout my home that helps me relax and accomplish much needed rest. With several fragrances to choose from, I find myself using my Venta Airwasher throughout the day and night. After long and grueling trips on the road, the moment I walk inside my home, I activate my Venta Airwasher aromatherapy session by adding a few drops of relaxing or vanilla fragrance oil, start a warm bath and my favorite relaxation soundtrack. (Sometimes you just need to create a soothing experience that stimulates your senses.)
What you'll need:
1 headphones w/ mic OR mobile lavaliere
1 Selfie stick
1 tripodCreate The New Tripod If you have selfie stick (by now, we should all have one, right?) simply unscrew the smartphone bracket (or clamp) from the selfie stick. Once detached, you will notice your tripod has the same bolt available to secure the bracket onto. (Note: The selfie stick bracket can fit most tripods of any size. I chose to attach it to the desktop tripod for illustration purposes.) Create Your Audio Source Using your smartphone earbuds, you can simply input them and use the microphone to record audio. If you want to be a little fancier, invest in a smartphone lavaliere with attachment clamp and you'll have professional sound and a periscope video you'll love.
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Clear Acrylic Phone Case Faux leather E6000 Glue Craft knifeCut out a piece of leather that will comfortably cover the outside of your phone case with excess material to spare just to be on the safe side. Spread the adhesive over the outside of the case and press down onto the back of the leather piece. Use clips to hold the leather in place while the glue dries around the edges of the case. Put an excess strip of fabric in between the clip and the outer leather to stop any pesky dents forming. Once the glue is dry (it doesn't take long) take off the clips and cut off the extra fabric from the the camera peep hole and from around the outside as well. Clip tiny triangles out of the corners and glue down flat. Cut less than you think you'll need to and keep snipping until both sides sit flat. Make sure all the glue is dry before slipping it onto the phone. You'll want to be able to take it off again! via
- marble print contact paper
- craft knife
- metal ruler with cork back
- clear cell phone case
1. Place your cell phone case on top of the backside of the contact paper. Trace around it.2. Cut out the cell phone shape using your craft knife. Use the metal ruler for the straight edges. Be sure to find a metal ruler with a cork back to be safe (the ruler should not slide around as you are slicing). 3. Peel off the backing of the contact paper. Then, carefully place the sticky side of the cut contact paper onto the cell phone case. Press well to prevent air bubbles. 4. That's it! You now have a creative and stylish smartphone case that doesn't cost you a ton of cash! Are you inspired by this stylish DIY project? Would you like to see more on DivasandDorks.com? Share your thoughts below! Via eBay
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