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…
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!
These Hygge Mini Christmas Trees are a quick and easy frugal Christmas decor you can even DIY with your kids. They will help you bring immediate coziness into your home. Click through to learn how easy it is to make this stunning frugal home decor.
This single maple leaves fall wreath is super easy to make. It brings a pop of those fall colors inside your home or front door. Why not give this fall craft a go by following along this detailed step-by-step tutorial that is also including a short video.
Learn how to DIY simple seasonal home decor: This fall fairy garland is made from faux autumn foliage and clothespins. This fall DIY is a fun kids craft, but I am convinced that adults will enjoy making these flower children as well.
This tutorial will teach you how to DIY a very unique coastal air plants home decor. You will be able to create a very creative living piece of art for your home when following along this simple step by step instructions.
IKEA Hacks are super fun. Basically you either alter an IKEA furniture using your creativity or you use parts of it and make something altogether new. I combined the industrial look with an all natural element: Lumber. Hop on over and learn how to make a custom DIY wood slice side table for your home.
I wanted to make a painted rock photo holder in a long time. Why? Because I have a quadrillion photos of my friends and family…