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DIY Glitter Gold Phone Case In 5 Minutes

Wanna get a glam phone case? Let’s do it! The supplies are a clear phone case, decorative paper, scissors, a pencil and an exacto knife. Trace a template using the phone case and trim the sides of the paper to fit into the case threw off the placement of the hole for the camera. A better approach is to trace and cut the... More

Colorful And Glossy DIY Marble Coasters

Here is a colorful coaster project that has endless possibilities as the coasters come out completely unique each time. You’ll need sculpey oven bake clay, an X-acto knife, a rolling pin or clear jar, a large can, jar or stencil to trace, Gold Liquid Gilding and small paintbrush, glaze to give the final product a glossy... More

DIY Gilded Marble Hexagon Serving Boards

Need serving boards for a party? Let’s make a couple of stylish ones! You’ll need polished hexagon marble tiles, clear adhesive bumpers, liquid gold leaf and brush with painter’s tape. If you’re planning to go au natural with your color scheme, literally all you’ll have to do for this DIY project is stick the little... More

13 DIY Scrapbooks And Photo Books To Keep Your Memories At Hand

Everyone used to have a photo album just some time ago, and now we like scrapbooks and photo books more, it’s a more modern version. Take some notebook and print your pics In Polaroid or Instagram style, and attach them to the notebook pages – you can leave comments on the pages and even draw on the photos. Make a memories... More

Original DIY Geometric Leather Mouse Pad

Let’s make a leather mouse pad on the cheap and in three easy steps! You’ll need scrap of leather, an old mouse pad, spray adhesive, a rotary cutter, a long ruler or quilter’s ruler, chalk and a self healing mat. Spray a generous layer of adhesive to the top of the mouse pad and lay the leather on top. Take care to press... More

DIY Multi-Purpose Wood Roll-Up Tray

This wood roll-up tray is a mix of a travel valet tray, a hot food trivet, or a pad to set your laptop on – so functional! To make it you’ll need 4 strips of wood – 1.5″ wide x 1/4″ thick x 36″ long, a saw, a thick piece of felt of your choice, roughly 20 x 15″, wood glue and a rotary cutter.... More

7 DIY Patchwork Accessories That Will Excite You

Guys, do you like patchwork? If you do, you can always spoil yourself with some super cute patchwork accessories and details that you use in everyday life. Like taking photos? Make a patchwork camera strap, you’ll need just some piece of fabrics. If you have an iPad or just a tablet, you can easily make a cover for it. Book... More

6 Easy DIY Patchwork Pouches To Make

Need a pouch or a pencil case? Don’t waste cool fabric on it, just take some old pieces – as many as you have – and turn them into a cool patchwork pouch! You can choose to make the piece completely patchwork, or take some fabric as a base and add patchwork details, squares or hearts, for example. If you want some... More

8 DIY Patchwork Coasters Tutorials You’ll Like

Got old fabrics? They are perfect for making cheerful patchwork coasters in case you know how to sew! First of all, grab all the fabric you have and create your design – round or square, with 2, 3 or more parts. Don’t forget that the thicker your fabric is, the safer your furniture is, or you may put something inside to... More

27 Creative DIY Garden Markers From Different Materials

There’s a month left before spring but still I’m sure that you, utter gardeners, have already prepared seeds. Soon you’ll get cool seedlings and then you’ll plant them in your garden as soon as it gets warmer. The problem is that you might forget where and what you planted but we have an awesome solution – garden... More