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Easy And Quick DIY Leather Laptop Case

Today everybody has a laptop, I just can’t imagine my life without it. To save it from scratches and spots we need a good laptop case, so let’s make this quick and simple one. The supplies are faux leather, nylon thread and needle, a rotary cutter, button stud screwback and an Xacto knife. Cut out your leather using your... More

DIY Marble Tile Coasters With Nails Polishes

Marble decor is getting more and more trendy, let’s follow the trend and make these coasters. The supplies are trays, mugs, coasters. Get a bin and fill it with warm water. If you don’t use warm water, the nail polish will harden quickly and it won’t stick to the tile. Next uncap all of the nail polish you plan to use and... More

DIY Patterned Waterproof Bib To Make

A waterproof bib is a must in every home where there’s a baby. Today we are sharing a tutorial to make one, so prepare a bib pattern, patterned waterproof fabric, solid waterproof fabric for making bias tape, velcro for closure and thread. Print off the bib pattern. Cut out the fabric. You will need a bib front, bib back, and... More

DIY Suede And Gold Leaf Colorblock Mousepad

This chic mousepad is cool and comfy in using, you’ll be excited to use it! To make one you’ll need an old mousepad, suede or leather, spray adhesive, a pen, scissors, washi tape, gold leaf adhesive, gold leaf sheets, paintbrushes. Use your old mousepad and trace a circle on the back of your suede around it. Cut out the... More

Minimalist DIY Faux Granite Bookends

Sometimes we can’t find a place for storing books, and a couple of bookends can help to fix them in any place. The supplies are a milk carton, scissors, packing tape, rapid set concrete, a mixing tub, a stirrer, a cylindrical object, sandpaper, painter’s tape and granite spray paint. Start off by cutting your milk carton in... More

DIY Accordion Book Travel Postcard

Postcards are really fun souvenirs to send while you’re travelling, but you can only do so much personalization, right? Fill it with photos, memories, and little tidbits from your journey, and your recipient will be wonderfully surprised! The supplies are a square kraft gift box, cardstock paper, chipboard stickers, ribbon... More

14 Original DIY Pincushions For Sewing Addicts

If you can’t imagine your life without sewing, you definitely have lots of pins, needles and threads. To store your pins and needles with comfort the best way is to use a pincushion. Don’t have any? Then make a couple of creative pincushions – and here your imagination can go wild! I’ve rounded up the most creative... More

DIY Patterned Cork Boards For Pinning Your Stuff

If you spend a lot of time at your desk, if you need a place to hang some pics and stickers for inspiration, make these cork boards from drawingsunderthetable.blogspot.ca. You’ll need old frames, painter’s tape, a cork roll, scissors, contact cement or other adhesive and spray paint. Take your frame apart and spray paint... More

16 Cool And Comfy DIY Serving Trays With Handles

Wanna serve a romantic breakfast abed? You need a good food tray with handles for comfiness in using! Marble, wood, plastic, old pallets and even doors can become a nice source of materials for such a craft. Take what you prefer and go sanding if needed and decorating it in various ways: painting, spray painting, staining,... More

DIY Pottery Barn-Inspired Inscription Doormat

This cool doormat was inspired by a Pottery Barn one but it costs less. Take a blank coir rug and use acrylic paint as it’s permanent so it works well for an outdoor and it’s also a flexible paint, unlike oil paint, so it won’t crack once dry. Use a ruler to mark the middle of the rug and to guide the angle of... More

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