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DIY Hot Air Balloon Party Decorations

These hot air balloons will become an amazing party decoration, it’s great for a baby or bridal shower. To make it you’ll need cover or cardstock, 12″ honeycomb tissue balls, Cherry Blossom Deep Double Edge Punch, Martha Stewart Butterfly Stickers, a gold sharpie, Martha Stewart Craft Glue, Martha Stewart Doily Lace Gold... More

How To Dye Glass Fishing Floats

Let’s make these fishing floats that will become a cool home decoration! You’ll need 8 large clear glass ornaments, Mod Podge Sheer Color, Aqua, glass stain, in a green or blue color, translucent or frost glass paint, in green or blue, a craft knife. Remove the metal hardware from each of the ornaments. Place the ornaments... More

Original DIY iPhone Case Stencils

These cool iPhone case stencils make your phone look so original! To make them you’ll need a clear iPhone case, scissors, masking tape, paintbrushes, acrylic paint and/or paint pens. Pick the word or phrase you want for your case and print the stencil. Remember to print your stencil backwards. Use a pencil to trace the image... More

How To Dry Brush: 9 Easy Tutorials

Dry brushing is a painting technique in which a paint brush that is relatively dry, but still holds paint, is used. The resulting brush strokes have a characteristic scratchy look that lacks the smooth appearance that washes or blended paint commonly have. Dry brushing furniture makes it amazingly distressed, so if you want to... More

Colorful DIY Wood Gemstone Garland

This colorful garland is perfect for any party décor, to make it you’ll need balsa wood 1/16 x 3 x 36, an x-acto knife, a paint brush, gold cord, a glue gun and paint of the colors you prefer. Print out the paper and cut out the gem stones.  You can download the file here. Outline the gems with paint and decorate however... More

How To Whitewash Walls: 7 Tutorials

We continue the theme of whitewashing, and today we’ll talk about whitewashing the walls. Whitewash paint makes everything look refined and chic, and with it even the simplest plank wall becomes amazing. The number of layers of paint depends on the material of the wall and the effect you want to make. You can also first paint... More

Colorful DIY Aztec Print Tile Coasters

This easy craft is cool for your kitchen or maybe as a cool gift. To make these coasters you’ll need 4 white, unglazed 4 x4 tile squares, craft paint, paint brushes, Mod Podge Gloss, 9×11 sheet of felt, scissors and tacky glue. Cut your copies down to the size of your coaster. Paint a layer of Mod Podge across the tile.... More

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