So if you ladies know me at all, one thing I can’t live without in my wardrobe is a pair of booties. DV booties have been my “go to” booties. DV booties have been my ”reliable friend” on date night, they give me “good standing” when meeting with clients, and terrific for almost any time! I think these DV booties would be adorable with a pair of winter white pants!
I dunno about you ladies but I love anything with glitter gold and shiny! So when I saw these chandelier fell in love! What a fun and easy DIY! Thanks to the fab ladies at 100layercake for sharing. We just adore this idea!
Step 1: Roll out your gold foil fringe and cut about an 1 1/2 inch off the top. This way you’re left with about an inch to wrap around the gold ring. Step 2: Hot glue the foil to your ring. Really smooth it around because your fringe will just fit all the way around the ring. Step 3: To make things a little easier go ahead and add your fishing line to the 4 corners of your ring and tie to your 3″ ring, which will act as a hook. This way you can work with the fringe to create the desired length for your chandelier. Step 4: Once you have the desired length, take fishing line and tie a knot.Pull the knot up through the center of the chandelier and tie off on your 3″ ring. Cut extra fringe to desired length as seen below.
A method known as Saignee or Bleeding is used to draw juice from the grapes prior to fermentation. The blend is then cold-fermented in stainless steel with a selected yeast strain prior to sterile filtration and bottling. The resulting wine is bright pink in colour with a pungent aromatic profile from the Syrah and juicy flavours from the Cinsaut and Grenache.
Beautifully bright pink colour with pungent fruity flavours of red berries and a touch of spice. Smooth and round on the palate with a balanced natural acidity. A refreshing wine with a mouthwatering finish.