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Easy DIY Wood Burned Photo Frames

If you have a couple of photo frames and want to get something original, there’s a way! Prepare natural wood frames, a wood burning tool, pliers, a metal ruler and a pencil. To create a polka-dot effect, use the standard round attachment that comes with your wood burning kit. You can freehand your design or draw out a pattern... More

Industrial Decor Idea: DIY Faucet Wall Hooks

Industrial décor is gaining popularity and these creative hooks are a perfect way to follow trends! You’ll need pressboard blocks, some faucet handles, bolts and nuts, a little bit of charcoal grey craft paint around the raised edges. You can paint a bit of a diamond shape just for some visual interest, then sand them down... More

8 DIY Photo Gift Tags For Any Occasion

We’ve already seen many gift tags that are easy to make with your own hands but photo tags make any gift personalized and are one of the best ideas for Christmas, bridal and baby showers and weddings. First of all, work with your pics in some good program: you can make them black and white, or add some effects or some funny... 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

DIY Mint And Gold Foil Placemat

We’ve already told you about cool and creative placemats, and here’s one more project that Delineateyourdwelling blog had shared with us. The supplies are a burlap placemat, gold leaf, 18 sheet pack, metal leaf adhesive, wine cork, green acrylic paint and a sponge brush. Start by painting a basic rectangle shape with your... More

DIY Felt Tic Tac Toe For Having Fun

This felt tic tac toe, that Oleanderandpalm blog had shared, is an awesome idea for parties and for having fun with kids. All you need is a little felt, some scissors and you can either sew the game board pieces together, or just glue them with felt glue. Cut two squares of felt. The bottom white piece is 16×16″ and... More

Super Creative DIY Celtic Knot Pillow

Want to make really an original pillow? This tutorial is for you! The supplies are knit tights in size XL, a lot of cotton wool, a broomstick, a sewing machine, a rotary cutter, ruler and cutting mat, needle and thread, a large safety pin. Put the pantyhose legs long and flat on the cutting mat. Cut out each leg as long as... More

11 Colorful DIY Patchwork Quilts And Blankets

You may ask: why are patchwork pieces so awesome? I’ll answer: first, they are colorful and vivacious, second, you give a new life to old fabrics and clothes, third, they are rather easy to make even if you don’t have sewing skills. That’s why today I decided to attract your attention to the patchwork quilts, which are... More