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13 DIY Paper Flower Tutorials For Spring Décor

First fresh spring flowers will appear soon but you can make a couple of your own ones even now! They will be different and really cheap, won’t wither and will look gorgeous all year round. We’ve rounded up cool and easy tutorials to make various paper flowers. Crepe or any other colorful paper is the best material for... More

Spring-Welcoming Décor: 8 DIY Signs You’ll Love

Signs are stunning for any time! You can easily make them – almost no skills are required; you can use them both indoors and outdoors. Though there’s a month left before spring, it can be already felt even now, so we’ll make spring signs. Take a pallet, a wood slice, just any piece of wood or cardboard and choose the... More

DIY No Sew Braided Jersey Tops Rug

Remember that cool T-shirt mat that we’ve told you about? Today we are sharing a similar idea thanks to the wonderforest blog. The supplies are a variety of jersey t-shirts and/or tank tops, scissors and a rotary cutter. Cut your t-shirts into 1.5″ strips along the width of the body. This goes much quicker if you have a... More

Colorful DIY Old T-Shirt Doormat

A doormat is a necessary thing for every home, and today we’ll turn a couple of your old t-shirts into one. The supplies a flat doormat, 5-8 old t-shirts, scissors, hot glue and hot glue gun. Starting from the bottom hem, cut your t-shirts into 2 inch strips. Then cut each one of these strips into 4-5 inch pieces. Tie a knot... More

11 Awesome 2015 DIY Calendars To Make

A calendar is a cool thing that helps to plan everything you need. Let’s see what we can make for 2015 that has just come. Instagram has never been more popular, so why not make a fun Instagram calendar for this year? Just take your pics for every day and put them on the wall. 3D variations are fun, cool and suitable for any... More

DIY Washi Tape Heart Wall Decor

Washi tape is ideal for décor because it can be removed at any time you want, it’s versatile and available in lots of colors. For this cool washi tape wall décor you’ll need 2″ wide washi tape, 1/4″ washi tape, an X-Acto knife, a -metal ruler and a cutting mat. First you’ll want to use the 1/4″... More

DIY Flameless Fire Pit For Home Decor

Lights are an integral part of holiday decorating, and are just cool and cozy. A flameless fire pit is a great and safe idea for any home, to make one you’ll need sticks, stones, a strand of lights and hot glue. To start, arrange your stones in a circle of whatever size you’d like your base to be. If for some reason,... More

DIY Giant Snowflake Light Up Marquee

We are in the middle of winter and there’s nothing more natural than continue decorating you home in winter style, though holidays are over, winter with its charm is still here. Let’s make this cool snowflake marquee to make your winter brighter and cooler! The supplies are Martha Stewart Living Battery-Operated LED lights,... More

Durable And Stylish DIY Gilded Agate Ornaments

Extend the life of your holiday decorations with ornaments you can keep out all year long! Personalize the natural agate slices with phrases, constellations, or tiny sketches. Use them as gift tags or give them away as gifts themselves. You’ll need natural agate slices, a gold paint pen, metallic thread and a constellation... More

Adorable DIY Twinkle Light Wreath

This DIY twinkle light wreath looks amazing, natural and very festive. To make one you’ll need twigs that are thin and bendable (pliable twigs such as birch or willow are a must when making this project), craft wire, LED twinkle lights. Lay out twigs, starting with the thicker ones, into ring about a foot in diameter. Wrap... More