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How To Whitewash A Brick Fireplace: 8 Tutorials

Whitewashing a fireplace is the easiest way to renovate your old fireplace, no matter what material it’s made of. Whitewashing give the fireplace an elegant look, and depending on the accessories and material it’s made of, it’ll bring a rustic touch, a shabby chic or even a girlish one. Especially if you are going to get... More

8 Cool DIY Whitewashed Signs For Décor

Signs are an amazing décor trend, and you can add your favorite quote or just an important word or message you like. Distressed signs are the hottest because they give that vintage and rustic charm to any place. What’s the easiest way to make a distressed sign? Of course, to whitewash it! So, you need to take some wood you... More

DIY Burned Wood Jewelry Display

Do you have lots of jewelry? Then, of course, you need a good display to arrange it right and not to forget of any piece. Take driftwood, screw in hooks, soldering iron, a drill, 1/8 & 1/4 drill bits, wood glue, a ruler, a pen, screws or nails. Start by burning your design into your driftwood. Straight lines and spots seem... More

Unique DIY Handwritten Table Runner

We’ve made many table runners already but most of them were decorated with paints. Today we’ll make a handwritten table runner, it’s a very original idea to put all the words that would be pleasant during a meal. Take 1/2 yard of canvas material, a gold sharpie, a pencil, a ruler, scissors, an iron, ironing board and... More

Pretty DIY Paper Flower Centerpiece

Flower centerpieces are ideal for spring and summer décor but the flowers will wither and paper flowers won’t. To make such a centerpiece you’ll need scrapbook paper, a pencil, scissors, a glue gun, floral wire and a burlap vase. Cut the scrapbook paper sheets  into 6″ x 6″ pieces.  Then trace a spiral circle onto... More

Funny DIY Easter Egg Beanies

If you are good at crocheting, you’ll love this craft! These comfy tiny beanies can be used to keep your eggs warm and cozy during Easter breakfast/brunch or add them as decoration over your painted eggs. The set includes four different beanies; a bear, a bunny, a striped and an earflap beanie! You can decide to make all four... More

Original DIY Kokeshi Easter Eggs

Kokeshi are wooden lacquered Japanese dolls painted in colorful kimonos.  The kimonos range from bright and vibrant to earth-toned and natural looking.  Why not use this idea for Easter? To make kokeshi Easter eggs you’ll need 2 tbsp loose pu-erh tea, 4 cups of water, 8 eggs, a medium pot for boiling eggs, a slotted spoon,... More

14 Creative DIY Air Plant Décor Ideas

Air plants need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves, and the roots are used as anchors only. That’s why these plants are ideal for home décor as you can display them however you want adding a cool green touch to the décor. Making an air plant terrarium or wall display is a common thing, so... More

Colorful DIY String Easter Eggs For Decor

These string Easter eggs can become a great decoration or you can use as place cards. Take embroidery floss, water balloons, a balloon pumper-upper and Elmer’s glue. Blow up some balloons with the pumper-upper, because your face will explode if you try to blow these suckers up with your breath. Set up the ingenious drying... More

DIY Macrame Wheat Grass Eggs For Easter

Wanna make a real Easter garden? You’ll need eggs, soil, wheat grass seeds, jute or string. Soak your seeds in water for 8-12 hours. Drain the water and put the seeds in a bowl with plastic wrap over it. Put the bowl next to a south-facing window and rinse the seeds three times a day until they have sprouted. Break the tops... More