This is my favourite out of my little felt flower series I’ve put together for you. Today you’ll learn how to make this pretty Marguerite Daisy from felt using your cutting machine or going old school and using a pair of scissors.
I have tried something new and totally loved it. So naturally I hope, you’ll enjoy this tutorial on how to DIY a handstamped tea towel, too?! You’ll be creating a very unique gift idea for a foodie or a nifty helper for your own kitchen in no time. And let me tell you, stamps are super fun to craft with.
I have something VERY SPECIAL for you today!!! Not only will you learn how to DIY upcycled painted glass bottles to decorate your home with on a budget. You’ll also be able to enter this years Mother’s Day Giveaway for a chance to win gift cards totalling $410!
Join me today, and learn how to ombre stencil a pillow cover yourself. I will teach you how to stencil like a pro and even how to mix your favourite colours using basic fabric paint. You will be creating your very own and unique frugal DIY home decor in no time!
I was invited to a wedding and wanted to give the couple a DIY gift. I gave it some good thought and ended up making an Initial Wood Sign decorated with darling felt flowers. Today I am sharing the first tutorial out of 5 different felt flower tutorials. Click through to start making felt flowers, in the end you’ll be able to decorate all sorts of things with an armanda of beautiful DIY flowers.
I am not a huge fan of seasonal decor. Why? Because I’d rather invest my time in creating new things than changing out my home decor all the time. Also, seasonal decor can be rather pricey if you consider that it’ll be only on display for view weeks. Luckily there is a simple trick to outsmart this problem: Simply sit down and DIY your Spring or Easter decor yourself. If you like these Easter eggs sporting insects, butterflies, and other creepy crawlies, and want to learn how much money I saved on this project, click on the link and learn more…
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.