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DIY Maple Leaf Cork Coasters

Fall is here, even if you live in one of the southern regions. It’s high time that we made some pretty accessories to welcome autumn! Today we’ll make these fun maple leaf coasters, you’ll need red and orange paints, round cork coasters, round sponge brush, varathane polyurethane spray, and a maple leaf cut-out or any... More

Pretty DIY Wood Hexagon Coasters

Do you need a couple of cool coasters? We’ve got a great idea for you! Let’s start with this piece of wood and sand it well if it’s rough. Use a sliding T bevel to figure out the angles on the hexagon coasters.  You can also kick it old school with a protractor and straight edge – or bust out some high school... More

Cute DIY Tufted Pin Cushions

If you use pins often, then you probably have a pin cushion and if you don’t like it or consider it ugly, then let’s make this cutie one! You’ll need fabric, a sewing machine, a button kit, a hand-sewing needle, thread, toy filling, a pin cushion pattern. Print pin cushion patterns and cut out. Copy patterns onto fabric... More

Rustic Perfection: 17 DIY Twine Crafts For Your Home

I love rustic décor as it’s very cozy and so inspiring! It’s kind of warming up, and today I’ve gathered a bunch of DIYs right in this style – some twine crafts. I think that the main advantage of twine is that crafts with it are extremely easy and are suitable even for unskilled crafters, including kids – they’ll... More

Creative DIY Painted Cork Coasters

Coasters are always necessary to save your furniture. Let’s make these easy and cool ones, you’ll need a 12″x12″ piece of cork, a serrated knife, masking tape, a foam brush, acrylic paint. First, you need to divide your square of cork into nine 4″x4″ pieces using your masking tape as a guide and the... More

Simple And Stylish DIY Wreath Stand

If you want to place a wreath not only on your front door, you can make a wreath hanger. You’ll need a couple of blocks of wood, 1 dowel rod that is 16 inches, 1 hook, a plastic bead, 1 button  cap, a couple screws, some black paint, a little silicone glue, a little wood glue. Drill a hole about 1 inch around into the bigger... More

DIY Chai Candles To Bring Some Fall Cheer In

These DIY chai candles in canning jars are a pretty, natural way to bring some autumn cheer inside. They are delicately scented with baking spices – ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg – that will warm your home. You’ll need candle wax flakes, candle wicks, skewers or chopsticks, jars, spices, a pan for melting the... More

DIY Industrial Toilet Paper Holder

The toilet paper holder is a small but necessary accessory in every home, and industrial style is very hot today. If you also like this style and plan to renovate your bathroom using it, let’s make a holder in this cool style! You’ll need Anvil 8700127858, malleable iron pipe fitting, 90 degree street elbow, 1″ NPT... More

17 Cool DIY Back-To-School Crafts For Grown-Ups

Kids and students have already come back to schools and colleges, and back to school is one of the most popular themes speaking about décor, fashion and crafting. Even if you are a grown up and needn’t go back to school, why not get inspired by these ideas? We’ve rounded up some crafts suitable both for students and... More

DIY Back To School Inspired Towels

This craft is back to school inspired! Let’s see how to turn usual cloth into notebook-looking towels. You’ll need linen, a pencil, a ruler, a sewing machine, hem-tape, embroidery thread and an embroidery needle. Measure out your soft linen into hand towel size. Make 1 inch marks down the front with a pencil and ruler.... More