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10 DIY Snowball Decorations For Winter Holidays

I love playing snowballs! It’s such a fun activity that’s great for any age and any company! Snowballs can be played also inside and can become amazing decorations if you make them of some different materials. A glass ornament can be a great snowball, add some glitter and sea salt inside to make it look like snow – and... More

Adorable And Soft DIY Plush Toadstool

This fun toadstool will be great for a kid’s room or for cheering up an adult space. You’ll need red felt, white felt, green felt, scissors, needle and thread and/or sewing machine, hot glue and polyfil. Start by taking a look at the original tutorial and familiarizing yourself with the directions. Cut out all of the... More

Fun DIY Frozen Olaf Snow Globe

If the mood in your home officially switched to winter, it’s high time that we made some pretty Christmas-inspired decorations. This snow globe is inspired by Frozen cartoon, prepare a plastic snow globe, Disney Frozen Olaf Figurine, miniature trees, buffalo snow or glitter snowflakes, white or iridescent glitter, hot glue or... More

35 Fun DIY Snowflake Crafts For Holiday Décor

Snowflakes are symbolic for winter and ideal for winter holiday décor. These little pretties inspire us to make gorgeous crafts, and here’s a pack of ideas. You can make snowflake ornaments of different materials: of twigs, of glass, of beads, of sequins, of paper, cardboard, felt and so on. Make a bunch of snowflakes and... More

Adorable DIY Felt Gingerbread Ornament

Gingerbread is amazing and so delicious for Christmas! Today we’ll make a gingerbread-inspired ornament for décor. You’ll need scraps of wool felt, matching embroidery thread, 1 sheet of Sulky Sticky Fabri-solvy, a small amount of polyester fiberfill stuffing, scrap of string or yarn for the hanging loop. Print the... More

Nature-Inspired DIY Birch Forest Coat Rack

Fall is in the air, and this simple coat rack is inspired by the lovely birch trees, made from found objects: branches and reclaimed fence wood. First step, clean and sand the fence wood. Create some tree trunk silhouette with masking tape. A quick sketch on a piece of paper can be helpful. Paint the trees white with acrylic or... More

15 Sparkly DIY Sequin Crafts For Winter Holidays

We’ve already told you how to add some glitter to your winter holidays, and now let’s talk about sequins in particular. It think sequins are number one in creating a festive mood, so I advise you to add them to your winter holiday décor, both for Christmas and New Year. Christmas ornaments are ideal for sequin décor, you... More

DIY Hand-Stitched Laptop Sleeve Or Pouch

This simple sleeve can be used for carrying a laptop, magazines, books or anything else you can fit comfortably in a soft zippered pouch. You could easily swap in a different fabric or material to suit your style and budget, but the look is straight-forward and functional – exactly what you want from something you’ll be... More

DIY Stamped Wood Christmas Ornaments

We’ve already told you of some pretty rustic Christmas decorations, and here’s one more easy idea using stamps and wood slices, the lattest ones are the cheapest and coolest material ever. You’ll need wood slices, a paintbrush, 6 nails, cotton clothesline, alphabet stamps, black chalk marker. Brush the surface clean.... More

6 Comfiest DIY iPad And Tablet Stands And Holders

Most of us today have a tablet of some kind, and you need not only a cover or case for it, sometimes we need a good stand to use it comfier. There are many designers’ holders but if you want something more budget-friendly, or more personalized, then why not to make it yourself? As a tablet is rather heavy, you can go for some... More