DIY Projects

Whether you were born with a hammer in your hand or whether you’re scared of even picking up a paintbrush, it doesn’t matter because here you’ll find a wide selection of DIY projects and how to tips, varying from extra easy to complex. Find out how you can improve your home with DIYs, how to upcycle or repurpose everyday objects and how DIY crafts can help you turn a generic piece into something unique you’ll cherish forever.

Different Ways To Use Washi Tape

What exactly is washi tape, you ask? It’s simple, it’s a crafter’s dream. It’s tape, made of beautiful paper, that isn’t easily ripped but can be easily taken and removed from a variety of surfaces without ruining anything … from walls to tables. Let’s take a look at some wonderful ways to use washi tape and all the different crafts and decorative ways to be creative with it!

1. Spatula Accents.

Jazz up your wooden kitchen wear by adding a bit of pop! Just wrap the handles for an easy and stylish look!{found on honeywerehome}.


10 Easy DIY Projects To Try This Weekend

Have some free time on your hands? Why not try to make something interesting, perhaps something for your home? Even the simplest of changes can completely change the atmosphere and can make a room feel fresh and vibrant. You don’t have to spend a lot of time or money for that. It can all be done without much effort and we have some wonderful ideas for you to try this weekend.

Honeycomb wall decal.

Let’s start with a wall decal. For this project you need washi tape, scissors, a template and regular tape.{found on jadeandfern}.


10 Easy DIY Photo Frame Designs

Can’t really think of any particular gift for a loved one? How about making something yourself? That’s always a good idea. You could make a photo frame. It’s not difficult and it’s also a great gift. What could be more beautiful than a photo of your loved ones in a beautiful frame? And in case you can’t figure out a design, here are a few ideas:

You could make a rustic frame. You’ll need twigs, glue and a wooden frame. This is more like a photo frame makeover. You basically glue small twigs to the frame until it’s all covered up.{found on hgtv}.


Easy Last-Minute DIY New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

Waiting for the big night? The last night of 2013 you (and everyone else) will ever live? Let’s make sure it’s memorable, huh? And since you have a few minutes (even last-minutes count as minutes) until the moment arrives, here are some quick and easy DIY party decoration ideas for the big night. And when I say things like “quick” and “easy” and “last-minute,” I’m not joking around.

Read on, you’ll see what I mean…and, hopefully, something you’ll be able to throw down last-minute to complete that perfect party atmosphere.


10 Ways to Add Sparkle & Shine to a New Year’s Eve Party

It’s almost here! The New Year. That great, mysterious, intriguing, exciting Unknown. Perhaps you want your celebration of the coming year to be as sparkliciously exciting as your expectations. Good news! There are tons of ways to add sparkle and shine to a New Year’s Eve party. From very simple to rather complex, from tiny touches to overwhelming visuals, your shimmering décor this year could be the talk of the next. Whatever your goals, here are ten ways you can amp up the metallic touches of your party décor, if you’re interested.Happy New Year!

If your party involves a sit-down dinner, consider incorporating metal (gold, brass, etc.) candlesticks into the centerpiece. Festive and elegant at the same time. If you have no quick or easy access to the real thing, consider spray painting some thrift store candlestick finds.


8 Christmas Tree Ornaments You Can Make in An Hour

Happy Holidays, Everyone! Do you feel like you’re running out of time this year? Don’t worry! Here are eight fantastically creative and fun and pretty Christmas tree ornaments that you can make in an hour. Most of them don’t even require that much time. And they’re easy at that, which is a boost to one’s confidence, right? When something is easy? You can feel your stress level lowering already, can’t you? Check ‘em out:

An adorable DIY hot air balloon ornament (right) inspired by Restoration Hardware’s version (left). You can create this sweet ornament with pretty much just some glitter, paper, and string. You might think this isn’t Christmas specific, but I’d have to argue that the hot air balloon ornament would be a perfect addition to a Christmas tree with an eclectic vibe or one in a kid’s room.{found on thecheesethief}.


12 Best Holiday Mantels

We’re in the thick of it, people. The holiday season. Whether you celebrate Christmas or some other holiday at this time of year, there’s something undeniably distinct about the December mantel. Right? I mean, it’s kind of a bit of pressure, decorating your mantel just the right way, keeping it fresh and fun and festive. (I blame the stockings’ presence for that pressure. But you might disagree.)


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