Keeping it Crafty!

Have you ever wanted to know how to make your own DIY Jewelry/Crafts? Well I’ve got you covered with my new web series “Keeping it Crafty”! In this video series you will learn a step by step process to making your very own sophisticated, cool, and hot on trend jewelry and crafts! You’ll learn what tools and supplies you’ll need, some tips and tricks of how to execute it, all while making it fabulous! There are video’s on making a one to three strand chunky beaded bracelet. Also how make your own cocktail rings, how to dye your own canvas market bag, as well as how to use some craft supplies tips and tricks! There are a lot more videos coming, so be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel StephanieGarrett3360 so you don’t miss anything! Thanks for watching!

Here is a playlist for “Keeping it Crafty”, check it out!

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“On the Move”@The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

Dinosaur Hall exhibit

“On the Move” spent the day at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles and this museum houses some of the greatest collections of artifacts and exhibits in the world, including Dinosaur Hall, which houses more than 300 real fossils and 20 complete dinosaurs. The Gem & Minerals Hall, my personal favorite, houses one of the largest exhibits of natural gemstones, pearls, and gold in the world. If you are a jewelry enthusiast like I am, you’ll have a tough time pulling yourself away from here!  The Building Los Angeles exhibit has artifacts from the 1800s up until today and shows how Los Angeles came to be. That exhibit also includes a California history exhibit along with a Hollywood exhibit, which is about the emergence of the film industry.

Then there’s cool exhibits such as Age of Mammals Hall and the African Mammal Hall. We also got a chance to see the Ancient Latin America Art exhibit, Bird Hall, and the very beautiful Nature Gardens. We visited two cool gift shops and the downstairs Triamana grill where we had lunch. The food there was very good!  We had the best time here at the museum, and it was a very educational experience! Seeing all the beautiful art, artifacts, and exhibits was awesome! This is a very big museum, so if you plan to go, plan on being there a full day.  Make sure you check the  museum website for full details, and don’t forget to check out my show “On the Move” where you’ll see some cool, fun highlights of our visit!~

Dinosaur Hall

The Gem Hall

The Grounds of the museum

The Hollywood exhibit

The African Mammal Hall