My little treasures.

Hi cupcakes! Have you ever found any little treasures in your house, TOTALLY out of the blue?! Well, it happened to me last week when I was helping my mum clear out & organise her room. Here’s what I found…

I’m definitely going to use the little storage bits for my dressing table :) & I was so surprised to find these few great make-up bits :) How CUTE is the packaging for the lip stick?! I know I have lots of swatches to put up so I’ll get these done too :) I also found 4 or 5 NAIL FILES… A girl can never have too many of them :)

If you like sweet smells you’ll love ‘Baby Phat Golden Goddess’. It reminds me SLIGHTLY of a Strawberry Vodka Lemonade that you can get from Revolutions (with a hint of vanilla? - even though I don’t like vanilla, this smells lovely). Minus the weird vodka smell of course! LOL The ‘Baby Phat Goddess’ is more on the fruity side with a hint of freshness… Kind of like a fruity SOAP? I prefer the Golden Goddess but I LOVE how these will fit nicely in my purse/clutch for a night out - & they both come with a sprayer! I’m hoping to fill the Anya Hindmarch travel bag with some of my stuff :oops: Who would have thought my mum would having all this amazing stuff?! There’s ONE more…

I have NO idea where this amazing drawer divider came from!? Possibly from an old jewellery box? But I’ve put it to great use for now…

I was in need for something to put my compacts in nicely so this was very handy! It’s temporary for now because I’m on the look out for something a little BETTER in terms of organisation :) This is what it looks like in my drawer…

I love that it’s black & MATCHES the inside of my drawer :) I also thought I’d show you how my DIY ring holder looks in my drawer…

If you missed my post on how to make it… Either click the PHOTO above or click HERE!

Have you found any little TREASURES hiding in your house? How do you store your compacts? Any good ideas out there?

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22 Responses to My little treasures.

  1. Claudia says:

    I want your rings!! : O They all look so beautiful!

  2. Jen says:

    That’s cool that you found all that great stuff… I’m loving your ring collection!!

  3. Alexis says:

    Love the ring holder! I need something like that. :)

  4. Evelyn A. says:

    seriously i think about doing your ring holder diy project everyday but im sooo lazy i never do it ugh darn me!

  5. mara says:

    What great finds around the house. I really like your divder you found. I need to find something similar to that. :)

  6. jazzy elizabeth says:

    these are so lovely. x hivennn.

  7. Milly says:

    your ring collection is precious :) x

  8. Anita Darling says:

    Love this blog - I’ve followed!
    Keep it up Kaushal xx


  9. Fee says:

    So many pretty thing!
    Love the Anya travel bag and all your amazing rings.

    Fee x

    • Kaushal says:

      Thanks Fee :) I was SUPER surprised to find something from Anya Hinmarch seeing as my mum isn’t a label junkie at all! LOL x

  10. Dani says:

    I love going to my grandma’s house when she clears everything out because i always find ever so nice vintage things too!!:)x

  11. Emily says:

    I love it when things like this happen! Love the retro lipstick packaging on the one you found! I found a Bobbi Brown Lipstick at the bottom of my drawers the other day, didn’t even know I had it! xo

    • Kaushal says:

      Lol! I bet you got super excited? I love that feeling of finding little things like that (especially things you didn’t know you had!) x

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