It's March Madness season and this is the final week!  At Effortless Girl, we've decided to create our own March Giveaway - 4 IN ONE WEEK!  Every other day you'll have the chance to win or purchase heavily discounted products from our brand partners.  Today we're talking about Bella Organics.  Bella Organics products are a favorite of our site and especially our EG Intern Juliet. The products are natural and 100% certified organic.  We've been a huge Bella fan for many years.  Use discount code  GLOW  for 15% off all online product purchases. Check out Juliet's reviews below and Bella Organics website!   Juliet loves natural products and she's a model so I think she's qualified to test the products and give her opinion.  She tried the Refreshing Jasmine Facial Cleanser, Jasmine & Honey Hydrating Face Cream, Dead Sea Mineral Mud Mask, and Cherry Lip Gloss.  Her product review follows. The…

Lyndsey is our guest DIY-er today.  She's a genius.  Today her idea is DIY Crayon Eggs which are perfect for kids and tie right in with Easter.  Welcome Back Lyndsey............Every little kid loves to draw. The little one I watch loves to draw but regular crayons tend to break.  He likes 15 different colors at a time and standard crayons were a little small for his hands.  They're also quite the choking hazard.  One day after work I was walking around a craft store and saw an Easter egg silicone mold and thought I could make crayons for him that are multiple colors AND large enough that he can’t put them in his mouth. I walked to the next aisle and bought the 96 pack of crayons! Materials: Crayons Silicone mold Cookie sheet Plastic cups or bowls   How-To: Separate the crayons by colors. I did not use the browns,…

St. Patrick's Day is a day all about green.  Sometimes it can get tacky.  Here is a fast (minutes) candle decoration that is good for St. Patrick's Day or year round use.  This simple St. Pats Decor is elegant with minimal effort.  The cost for the candle holder is about $ 1.75 each.  Let's get started! Materials: You will need one glass container, one tea light, and one bag of green split peas.  I found these vases at a discount store for 97 cents.  You could buy large drinking glasses for 50 cents at a dollar store or use something you already have.  The split peas cost $ 1.50 per pound.  Each pound will make 3-4 candle holders depending on how high you fill the containers.  Tea lights cost between 10 and 20 cents each.   How To: This is self explanatory.  Pour the peas into the container and put…

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