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9 Easy DIY Easter Egg Holders And Cups

What you definitely need for your Easter feast is egg holders and cups! There are many ways to make these holders of the materials you have at hand or just decorate the existing ones. I’d say that the most original idea is making an egg holder of forks – you just need to be strong enough to bend them. If you have a pack of... More

DIY Succulent Planter From A Toothbrush Holder

I’ve seen many succulent planters but this one is really original because it’s made of a toothbrush holder. It’s a very good idea if you have several small succulents. The supplies are a ceramic toothbrush holder, gold spray paint, masking tape, soil and succulents. Start by masking part of your toothbrush holder with... More

DIY Crayon Resist Easter Eggs

Dying Easter eggs is a tradition but why not decorate them in another way paying tribute to it? You’ll need eggs, wax crayons, food coloring and water. First you boil the eggs, cool and dry them. After drawing the pattern with crayons, we dyed them in diluted food coloring. The wax from the crayon will resist the dye, it... More

11 DIY Easter Crafts For Modern Easter Decor And Table

If you don’t want traditional Easter décor, this roundup is for you! We’ve gathered several tutorials for creating a modern Easter atmosphere. Let’s start from eggs, without which I can’t imagine Easter. Dying them is traditional but you can choose something unexpected like indigo eggs, light blue eggs with geometric... More

Glam DIY Confetti Easter Eggs

Tired of traditional décor? Looking for original ideas for this Easter? Here it is! We all got used to dying or wrapping Easter eggs but what about decorating them with confetti? I’d say it’s so glam and amazing! The supplies are 1-2 ounces of pastel edible confetti, 4-6 eggs, boiled, cooled and patted dry, 2 tablespoons... More

DIY Summer-Inspired Coconut Lime Body Scrub

This cool summer- and cocktails-inspired body scrub will help you to keep your skin soft and moisturized. Take 1 cup salt, 1 cup coconut oil, 3 lime peels, 2 x 250 ml jars. Half fill the saucepan or double boiler base with water and bring to a simmer. Seat the bowl on the saucepan of hot water or fit the double boiler top. Put... More

12 Cool DIY Trash Can Makeovers

An ugly trash can spoil any interior design, no matter how much time you spent for it. Renovate your trash can to avoid it! There are ideas and ways for any colors and any interior – from painting to fabric. Love Star Wars? Make an R2D2 trash can! Take wallpaper or newspapers and decorate your trash can using mod podge. Of... More

Spring-Inspired DIY Big Flower Lamp

We’ve already told you of a flower lampshade, and here’s one more idea – a flower lamp that looks like a real big flower! What a cool craft for spring! The supplies are a pair of scissors, needle nose pliers, a sponge, decoupage glue, 12 stems of aluminum wire, a socket with a LED bulb, 30cm of cotton fabric, pins, a leaf... More

DIY Ed Roth Stenciled Mirror

This mirror is not kind of a real mirror but mostly a decoration, so prepare a door mirror, a sponge brush, masking tape, a temporary or move-able spray adhesive, Ed Roth stencil, FolkArt Multi-surface paint. The stencil is 12 x 12 inches and the pattern is fresh and not dated. I don’t know how many times I go through the... More

8 Cool DIYs For Vintage Easter Décor

Vintage is a very popular style in every area today, so if you want some vintage charm for this cute holiday, the tutorials below will help you. Decoupage is a great technique to create something vintage, so use this idea for decorating Easter eggs or tableware. Doilies can also become a nice idea, for example, you can make a... More