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Simple and colorful mason jar centerpieces for your home

A home feels empty without a few colorful decorations. Whether it’s a painting, a few colorful pillows or something as simple as a flower vase, something needs to be added in order to make a room feel more inviting and beautiful. Today we’re going to focus on something very simple. We’re going to show you to make lovely centerpieces using mason jars.

The project is very simple. All you need is a mason jar and spray paint. As you probably guessed, you first need to spray-paint the mason jar. In the example the color chosen is white but if you prefer something else then you should go for it. After that, you can leave the piece as such and simply add some colorful flowers or you can also add some decorations. For example, you could use a rough piece of burlap and secure it with a few rounds of yarn in your favorite color. For this part you don’t need glue and if, at one point, you get tire of this decoration, you can remove it or replace it.


Practical and inspiring solutions for organizing your work desk

Nobody likes it when their desk is all cluttered and when there are all sorts of things all over the place. When you’re working you like everything to be organized properly and everything to be in its designated place. This way you can always find the thing you’re looking for without wasting time. It’s also more pleasant to work in a clean and properly organized environment. We know all that and that’s why we decided to give you some tips and ideas on how to organize your work desk.

You don’t need much space to organize everything properly. Even a small desk can be very practical and it can provide plenty of storage. The key is to know how to use that space effectively. This desk, for example, features two drawers underneath the desktop.


Spruce up your paper globe lantern with cheerful bunting

Paper globe lanterns are very beautiful. They have this contrasting look that makes them very interesting. On one hand they have a spherical shape and that’s not exactly very slender but, on the other hand, they are so delicate and are made from fragile materials. This dichotomy makes them very alluring. But this doesn’t mean it’s impossible to make a paper lantern look even better.

If you have a plain white paper globe lantern and you find it a little too simple and too monotonous, you can always spruce it up with a few decorations. For example, you can use some cheerful bunting to give it a more attractive and fun look. This is something that you can do by yourself. All you need are some tiny scraps of fabric and bias tape. Just cut the fabric into small triangles and sew them into bias tape which you can either purchase from a store or make it yourself.


Seven DIY Autumn Arrangements for Your Home

My family is one with an old tradition of teachers, so our home has always been the subject of my mom’s ideas of decoration. So, the house decor changed with every season, just like it changed in the classroom at school. Many beautiful things made during the Arts and Crafts class were displayed on the walls and everywhere and the overall aspect was amazing. So I continued this tradition and now I try more and more beautiful ornaments and arrangements for my home that I can do myself. here are Seven DIY Autumn Arrangements for Your Home.

1. Kirigami.

Kirigami is a kind of Origami, the Japanese art of folding paper for making all kinds of decorations. But this time you cut the outline of some coloured paper in order to get a certain shape, in this case leaves.


A charming DIY fall table centerpiece

Now that it’s fall you need to adapt to all the changes in temperature and to the new colors. But so does your home. What used to be cheerful and inspiring during summer now just feels overwhelming, old and nostalgic. You need to get some decorations that feel appropriate for this season. The good news is that doing that is very fun. You can make lots of decorations yourself. For example, a fall table centerpiece would be a very nice project.

The key is to use items and colors that represent this beautiful season. For example, you can use pumpkins, squash or gourds. They come in all shapes and sizes and they have very beautiful fall-ish colors. So go to the market and get yourself a basket of pumpkins. While you’re there, maybe you can also find other items that you can use for the centerpiece such as pine cones or walnuts. You can also use twigs and leaves that you can find in your own garden or anywhere outside.


Make your own wall art using recycled wood

Any home needs wall art. It simply looks empty without anything on the walls. But wall art is usually quite expensive and there’s really no way of finding something that somebody else made and that expresses your own thoughts and captures your vision. So why not make your own wall art? It’s actually not that difficult.We’re not talking about paintings or any of the classical stuff.

This is a DIY project that uses something a little more unconventional: recycled wood. The supplies you’ll be needing are scrap wood, paint samples in various shades, paint brushes, wood stain, liquid nails and caulking gun, some pieces of plywood and picture hanging hardware. The first thing you need to do is take the scrap pieces and paint them with various samples. Let them dry and then use the chop saw to cut 45 degree angles into the pieces. Then arrange the pieces into a pattern of your choice.


Prepare your home for a new season with a branch candle centerpiece

Among all the decorations that you can make yourself for the home, centerpieces are the most popular. They take numerous forms and they can be adapted for any occasion. And since it’s fall and everything starts to change and to get ready for the cold season, it would be nice to take a piece of that inside our homes. Here’s how you can make a lovely branch candle centerpiece.

It’s actually not that difficult once you have selected the proper branch. It might not be perfect from the start but you can make it fit and give it the right balance on the table. Then, once you have done that, it’s time to make room for the tea candles. Establish the center and then space them evenly to the ends. When you start drilling the holes, it would be best to do this part outside if you don’t what your home to get all messy.


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