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.

7 Ways To Have Fun With Knobs!

It’s a simple piece. It’s a subtle bit of style. It’s an easy way to breathe life into an small, unsuspecting space. What is it you ask? They come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. And you use them every single day for several different things and in several different ways. It’s a knob of course! And o the fun you can have with knobs!

1. Desks.

Spruce up your desks with a bit of extra pizazz. Choose some knobs that enhance the style and create your own personal touch on the piece! And then all you have to do is switch them out with the normal ones that can with the desk! It’s an easy way to bring in color and surprise to your own little nook.


Cute and stylish DIY projects to try for the upcoming Easter

The initial signification for Easter, the religious one, has pretty much lost its importance. But this doesn’t mean that this holiday is any less important. In fact, it’s nice that these have these fun traditions that make the day more fun and beautiful. And to truly enjoy Easter, your home needs to get festive as well. Here are some very lovely DIY projects that you might like to try out this year.

Framed wreath.

Let’s start with the entrance where a wreath would look very beautiful. This is actually a framed wreath. It can be made with moss and a vintage picture frame. For the decorations you can use Easter eggs in different colors and with different patterns. They shouldn’t be real eggs of course.{found on dejavucrafts}.


5 Creative Ways to Use Vintage Doorknobs

Do you love the look and feel and aura of vintage items…but sometimes get lost in trying to figure out what to actually do with those items? This is a struggle for many people. While creatively reusing and repurposing things is commendable for its green effect on the environment, it can be a challenge to make the old items successful in their new “life”…rather than a pile of junk that isn’t working at all. Take vintage doorknobs, for example. These are imbued with unmatchable patina and perfect imperfections, but doorknobs can sometimes be tricky to reuse. Here are five creative ways to use, and showcase, your beautiful vintage doorknobs:

Bouquet of Vintage Doorknobs.

Isn’t this a charming bit of history-filled whimsy? Vintage doorknobs create a similar “flowery” silhouette as a real bouquet and thus make an unexpected yet successful candidate for floral imitation. I like how this method embraces non-matching doorknob collections. This doorknob bouquet is particularly charming set within a colorful vintage glass vase.Available for 45$.


20 DIY Magazine Rack Projects

Isn’t it annoying to always find magazines and newspapers all over the place, on the table, on the chair, even in the kitchen? You could easily solve that problem if you had a magazine rack where you could just store them all. Magazine racks come in all sorts of designs and there are also lots of DIY projects you can try. Here are some great examples.

Modern magazine rack diy.

To make this one you’ll need a 2x3x96″ stud, 14’ of electrical wire, 4 3’’ screws, two shades of paint, sandpaper, galvanized plumber’s tape as well as a saw, a drill and a ruler. Measure and cut the stud into pieces and then pre-drill the holes. Screw the sides together and measure the middle. Then make the holes and paint the rack. Then add the cord and it’s all done.{found on abeautifulmess}.


Out with the Old, In with the Spring! (5 DIY Door Decorations)

I’ll admit it, I’ve caught a bit of spring fever. It should come as no surprise, really, as it happens every March for me as the snow starts to melt (finally!) and a green stem or two begins to peek its way out of the soil. If you’re like me, you might not want to let Mother Nature have all the spring decorating fun! So here are some, five to be exact, ideas for fast and easy DIY front door decorations that say: “Bring on the Spring!”

DIY Moss Wreath.

Nothing says spring like the color green, especially when it’s in nature-inspired form. This door decoration could really not be more easy to create. Simply grab an old wreath (grapevine, styrofoam, whatever you have on-hand), some spanish moss (which can be purchased at a craft supply store), and a hot glue gun, and you’re in business. Hang with a ribbon, like this one, or a simple hook. I like the modern feel of this wreath, as it requires no extraneous adornments to exude the look and feel of springtime.{found on lifeelove}.


10 DIY hand-painted mugs – a great gift for everyone

Making hand-painted mugs seems like something a child would do. But it’s actually a great way of personalizing a mugs and it’s also a very nice idea for a gift you might like to give to a close friend. In this article we have gathered several examples that will show you how you can do that and that will hopefully serve as inspiration for your own original project.

Hand Painted Mug.

Let’s start with something simple. A project for which you’ll need a porcelain mug, porcelain outliner and patience. First make sure the mug is clean and dry. Then start painting. You should use a tiny brush or you can use the tube without anything else. Once you’re finished, let the paint dry for a day. To make the paint dishwasher-safe, just put it in the oven after you have turned it off and leave it there until it cools to room temperature.{found on witandwhistle}.


5 Fun Paint Swatch DIYs

If I told you how to create something super fun for your house, and it was totally free, would you believe me? With a stack of paint chips (aka: paint samples) found at almost any store that sells paint, you can create a plethora of fun accents, accessories and details to spruce up  your house. So, sit back, scroll through and jot down some of your favorite project ideas to try.

1. Paint Swatch Chandelier.

For something cute in the craft room, your home office or even in the nursery, try creating this paint swatch chandelier. It’s a light, flirty look and it gives a bit of pizazz to a modern space. All you need is some type of paper punch to cut out all the shapes. You could even do hearts or butterflies for extra personality.{found on heygorg}.


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