DIY Projects

Read all about what you can build for your home, how you can upcycle or repurpose an item, or when it’s beneficial to turn a generic piece into a beautiful, customized item that you’ll love forever. This DIY section is full of helpful how-tos and creative ideas for everyone, from people who were born with a hammer in their hands to those who break a sweat at the thought of picking up a paintbrush. You’re sure to find a project that will make your home happy.

DIY Tassel Pillows

Do you have some couch pillows that need some sprucing up? Tassels are pretty common decorative accents for pillows. And it can actually be really easy and inexpensive to add your own. Here’s a tutorial that uses some common supplies you likely already have around your home.


Easy DIY Tin Can Planters

It is always great to make something out of nothing. These little tin can planters recycle something you would normally discard. Make recycling fun by adding some color and some adorable succulents. They make for great little outdoor planters for the front porch or kitchen window! Make them in any hue- go for an ombre look, monochromatic, or multicolored. Get extra zealous and go for a two-toned look on one tin. Endless possibilities and creativity make this simple DIY fun and exciting!

colored tin can planters


How to Build a Window Box Planter – Easy Beginner DIY

Do you love the look of flowers blooming out of window planter boxes? I do. Which is why we decided to add some to our home this year, to add a bit of color at above-ground level.



DIY Chalkboard Planter

It’s the time of year when most people start putting together their gardens and floral arrangements. Whether you plant flowers, vegetables or herbs, it’s important to have containers that match your decor and personality. It’s also important for you to label each of your plants so that you know how to properly care for them. Luckily, chalkboard paint is an easy solution to add both personality and practicality to simple plant pots. Here’s how to make your own chalkboard planters.

chalkboard planters


It’s Independence Day: Easy July 4th DIYs!

July 4th is right around the corner and it’s time to start decorating with a bit of red, white and blue! From the mantle to the tablescape, there are so many ways to celebrate this festive and fun holiday. Be proud of your country, have fun grilling in the backyard but also, keep things stylish and lively too! Let freedom ring with these easy, charming DIYs and have the family pitch in!

1. Flag of Flowers.

Grab some faux florals and get to work creating this beauty. Combine the festivity of the day with the flowers of the season! Hang it outside and let all your guests enjoy your work and your spirit!


DIY Vintage Mold Tin Strand Lights

Summer is in full swing and that means its time for the outdoor! To light up those magical evenings, create some fun customizable stand lights. Here we used vintage jello mold tins on our stand, but the same concept for creating these can be used with other dome shaped objects such as dixie cups, cupcake liners, or folded paper cubes. Whether your enjoying time on the front porch with friends or camping with the family, these cute stand lights will surely add a bit of life and light to the party!

DIY stand light project


Festive, July 4th DIY Wreaths: Easy, Simple & Inspired!

Once July 4th hits, you’ll want your house dipped in a bit of the festive pride. And what better way to start adorning your house with nods to our Independence than with a welcoming wreath to all of your guests. Cover the front door, dress the back door and maybe even sprinkle some around the inside of your house too. Check out these easy, simple and inspired July 4th DIY wreaths and start creating!

1. Burlap.

Everyone loves burlap. Just make sure to stamp on some stars and dye pieces the right shade of red and blue!{found on amomstake}.


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