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8 Cool DIY Whitewashed Signs For Décor

Signs are an amazing décor trend, and you can add your favorite quote or just an important word or message you like. Distressed signs are the hottest because they give that vintage and rustic charm to any place. What’s the easiest way to make a distressed sign? Of course, to whitewash it! So, you need to take some wood you... More

Easy DIY Marquee Ampersand Lights

Marquee lights are the hottest décor trend, not only for home but also for event décor like weddings. To make your own ones you’ll need aluminum flashing, a chisel, Christmas lights, a counter sink, a drill + bits, finishing nails, gloves, a hammer, a jigsaw, a rubber mallet, tin snips, wood, a letter shape. Print out... More

Unique DIY Handwritten Table Runner

We’ve made many table runners already but most of them were decorated with paints. Today we’ll make a handwritten table runner, it’s a very original idea to put all the words that would be pleasant during a meal. Take 1/2 yard of canvas material, a gold sharpie, a pencil, a ruler, scissors, an iron, ironing board and... More

Pretty DIY Paper Flower Centerpiece

Flower centerpieces are ideal for spring and summer décor but the flowers will wither and paper flowers won’t. To make such a centerpiece you’ll need scrapbook paper, a pencil, scissors, a glue gun, floral wire and a burlap vase. Cut the scrapbook paper sheets  into 6″ x 6″ pieces.  Then trace a spiral circle onto... More

Funny DIY Easter Egg Beanies

If you are good at crocheting, you’ll love this craft! These comfy tiny beanies can be used to keep your eggs warm and cozy during Easter breakfast/brunch or add them as decoration over your painted eggs. The set includes four different beanies; a bear, a bunny, a striped and an earflap beanie! You can decide to make all four... 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

Chic DIY Trash Can Makeover

Everyone has a trash can at home, or maybe several ones. Are they pretty? If they are not, why not to renovate the cans so that they would look stylish? The supplies are a gold leaf, mod podge, snake print wrapping paper. Tape the numbers off a few times and re-paint to make sure that there wasn’t any bleeding from white... More

10 Simple And Cute DIY Entryway Doormats

A doormat is a necessary thing for every home not to take much dirt home. But you can also continue your home décor or make an accent with it making it of the materials you like and with patterns you prefer. So, what are the variants? You can make a geometric, polka dot mat using fabric paints and a simple mat. A space... More

7 DIY Wall Art Collages For Décor

Collage is a technique of an art production, primarily used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole. A collage may sometimes include newspaper clippings, ribbons, bits of colored or handmade papers, portions of other artwork or texts, photographs and other... More

Retro DIY Framed Fabric Speakers

This craft is for those who like to mix incongruous things – like modern speakers and vintage frames and fabric. You’ll need an old set of speakers, a few old frames, a drill, fabric you like, a spray adhesive and white paint. After measuring the frames, create boxes to hold the speakers and then go to destructing the... More