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!
I am taking my sweet time to do a little kitchen update. I have done this Easy China Cabinet Makeover last summer but only now did I manage to sit down and tell you all about it. You can recreate it as is (or customise it to your liking) one afternoon. All you need is a little cabinet that needs some TLC, a beautiful Indian border stencil, and some paint!
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?
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.
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.
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.
Have you heard of Christmas in a jar? You can do so many things under this title: You can use jars as a way of gift wrapping, use them for recipes, or home decor. Today I have concentrated on 3 fun ways to decorate your home for Christmas. And I guarantee you’ll love it if you are an overachiever Christmas decorator or a minimalist. I added links to my friends’ posts, too, for you. They came up with awesome other ideas.
Christmas decor can actually be pretty affordable if you take a look at these mixed-media Christmas trees. Can you guess what I recycled for this Holiday DIY?
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.