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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

DIY Leather Mason Jar Sleeve

This project was super easy, didn’t require many tools, and would make a great gift in case you need it. The supplies are heavy-duty leather, snap fasteners, waxed cord, a leather punch, an X-Acto knife, a metal ruler, a setter tool or snaptool and a hammer. Cut out two rectangular pieces of leather, the first being the... More

DIY Pinecone And Sparkling Beads Napkin Rings

Laying a festive table is an important thing both for a party or a family dinner, and to create an appropriate atmosphere you need a couple of cool details. This sparkling napkin ring is one of them, and to make it you’ll need craft wire, grape vine craft wire, crystal beads, wire cutters, needle nose pliers, a hot glue gun... More

Chic DIY Felt Phone Case Resembling A Camera

This DIY felt phone case not only holds the necessities—it’s stylish and easy to make! Designed to resemble a camera case, it’s large enough to hold a phone and has a pocket to insert credit cards, license and money. A loop handle makes it easy to grab or attach to a belt. The supplies are gray felt, orange felt, white... More

DIY Hand-Stitched Laptop Sleeve Or Pouch

This simple sleeve can be used for carrying a laptop, magazines, books or anything else you can fit comfortably in a soft zippered pouch. You could easily swap in a different fabric or material to suit your style and budget, but the look is straight-forward and functional – exactly what you want from something you’ll be... More

6 Comfiest DIY iPad And Tablet Stands And Holders

Most of us today have a tablet of some kind, and you need not only a cover or case for it, sometimes we need a good stand to use it comfier. There are many designers’ holders but if you want something more budget-friendly, or more personalized, then why not to make it yourself? As a tablet is rather heavy, you can go for some... More

Industrial DIY Copper Pipe iPad Holder

If you have an iPad and need a holder for it, we’ve got a brilliant idea in industrial style. You’ll need 1/2 inch copper pipe, a tubing cutter, to fit 1/2 inch piping – two 90 degree elbows, 2 street elbows, 2 tees, 4 pipe caps. Make your cuts, they depend on your measurements, and the latter depend on the type of your... More

Easy And Cool DIY Linen Potholders

Potholders or coasters are an indispensable part of any kitchen. To make these pretty ones, cut two pieces of linen 9 inches by 9 inches and also two pieces of fusible batting, like this stuff or the fleece kind in the same dimensions. Iron one piece of batting onto each piece of linen. Put right sides together and pin around... More

DIY No Sew Fabric Covered Notebook

Don’t like sewing but still want a pretty fabric covered notebook? We are here to help you! Take a moleskin notebook, 1 x external fabric piece, 24cm x 18cm, 2 x internal fabric pieces, 14cm x 9cm each, fabric glue, scissors and a sewing machine & thread. Start gluing a hem of around 1/2 cm on all sides of the fabric... More

Cheerful Summer-Inspired DIY Fruit Coasters

These funny and juicy-looking coasters will remind you of summer and holidays! You’ll need round cork coasters, acrylic paints in different colors and paint brushes. For the 3 fruits here (watermelon, kiwi fruit and orange), the colors are Light Green, Cadmium Yellow, Rose Red, White and Black. Do the color mixes to get the... More