These wedding rings represent a couple’s unique bond with one another in the simplest – and cutest – way. Made by Israeli couple-turned-business partners Maya (a jeweller) and Eliad (a lighting architect), they only really make sense when you put them together. Just like you and your boo.
You could turn the chess set into a drinking game with the alcohol concentration going up as the piece is stronger (king=vodka, queen=tequila, pawn=idk like beer or something). Each time you lose a piece you take that shot.
I was skeptical when Lauren told me about marbling paper with food coloring and shaving cream. How can you possibly get those gorgeous swirly patterns with just pantry and bathroom items?! It seemed either too complicated to try or too good to be true. But I'm always up for a challenge or to debunk