A messy bun hat or ponytail hat is a stylish accessory for every woman or girl during fall or winter. It can make life easier on those windy spring days, too. You see, it’s well worth sitting down and investing 30 minutes into DIY one today using this free crocheting pattern.
Check out what I came up with for this months Craft Room De-Stash Challenge. I had everything at home…no need to run to the shop (as there was no time for that anyway, lol). Could you be making these or similar Easter Gift Bags from the supplies you already have at home?
This DIY Pressed Fern Pendant is a fabulous DIY gift idea. You are combining your very own creativity and time with a wonderful nature craft using driftwood and pressed flowers. You can make these driftwood charms using dried flowers, too. Click through for more visual inspiration!
To know how to break in a new (DIY) chalkboard is very valuable knowledge. You don’t want to invest the time to make one or the money to buy one and then ruin it forever after the first try, right? In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll also learn how to upcycle an antique picture frame into a unique chalkboard to decorate your home with.
The macrame spiral bracelet using a half-knot is a very simple DIY jewelry project for beginners. In this detailed step-by-step tutorial that also includes a video, you’ll learn how to add a charm and an adjustable sliding knot, too.
Use those handlettering practice sheets (or basically any other paper you love) and turn them into DIY mini envelopes and matching cards. You’ll find a FREE template to handmade this frugal and fun recycling project up in the blogs Freebie Collection, same as a FREE SVG cutting file if you’d rather work with your cutting machine. Click through to get those freebies now!
DIY red velvet teardrop earrings made from red suede are the perfect accessory for Valentine’s Day. But of course, they also make for a great gift idea for Mother’s Day or you could DIY them for yourself just because. Pair them with a matching manicure and some awesome heels, and you’ll easily be the star at the next party.
Giant Paper Flowers look super impressive and are very easy to be made. They are a wonderful idea for DIY wedding decor, baby showers, and a photo backdrop for birthday parties. But really you can do with them what you want! Decorate your garden for a summer party, use it as a way to make a money gift (this is what I made this flower for), or simply make one or several for your studio or she-shed.
Valentine’s Day is coming up so it’s good timing when I show you how to DIY hand-printed recyclable gift wrapping paper. But it is not only good for Valentine’s Day. Consider saving this tutorial for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, an Anniversary, a Birthday, or even for Christmas. You’ll find lots of tips and tricks how to change the design of your DIY wrapping paper in the post.
With this post, I’ll leave you to it this year. I had a few more tutorials planned (and even made). But if I am quite honest, I need a break. Simple as that. With that being said, I wish you and your family a wonderful Holiday season. Happy crafting, munching on cookies, unwrapping those wonderful DIY Christmas gifts, & see you next year. Love, Habiba 💕
Spitzbuben are my favorite German Christmas cookies. Granted, they require a bit of work, but you’ll never want to eat other sweet treats on Christmas Eve. Today, I am sharing with you all those tips & tricks that make the Christmas bakery doable for me. Click through and find an extra of approximately 30 recipes by my blogging friends.
I am not the best gift wrapper on this planet. Why? Because I lack patience and honestly, don’t enjoy it very much. But, I am…