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DIY Patterned Fabric Bookshelf Cover-Up

This is such a cost-effective and easy DIY project, and a great way to add a fun pattern to the bookcase. The supplies are enough 1/4″-thick foamcore to cover the open area of the shelves, enough fabric to cover the foam core, heavy-duty masking tape, scissors, a utility knife, measuring tape or ruler. First, measure the... More

Very Easy DIY Map Coasters

Love travelling? Express your passion in home décor! Print your travel routes like a map and use it for this craft! For these coasters you’ll need cork coasters, map pieces, super glue and two sided tape. Place your map pieces in the middle of the coasters with two sided tape. Sketch the outline of the coaster on contact... More

DIY Shower Hook Closet Organizers

We all have closets at home and store many things there; hanging them on hooks is a good space-saving solution. Let’s give your closet a new look and turn usual hooks into cool and casual ones using just your old jeans for it. You’ll need old jeans, shower curtain hooks, scissors and a hole punch. Cut fabric into 1 inch... More

Colorful And Easy DIY Headphone Clips

We’ve already told you of some ideas to store headphones without tangles. This idea is not a traditional holder, it’s a fun and colorful clothespin. You’ll need 2 clothespins, tacky glue, washi tape or other embellishment to decorate. Apply a thin coat of tacky glue to one clothespin and stack the second clothespin on top... More

Cheerful DIY Mint Summer Tray Makeover

Got a tray? Renovate it in a chic and colorful summer way! You’ll need a serving tray, matte or gloss medium, a paintbrush, decorative paper, scissors, measuring tape and/or ruler, a pencil. Start by measuring the inside of the serving tray all the way around. One side may be slightly smaller or larger than another, so it’s... More

DIY Wood Burnt Salad Servers

Decorating the cutlery makes cooking and eating more cheerful, and the easiest way is painting or washi taping it. Another but more difficult way is to burn the wooden cutlery. You’ll need a wood burning pen set, 2 wood rice ladles, a pencil. First, choose some wooden spoons that would make good salad servers. Draw the design... More

7 Colorful DIY Headphones Decor Ideas

Summer is season of bold colors, sunlight and aromas! We want bright colors everywhere, including the smallest accessories, and your headphones are no exception. Make a bright accessory for this summer! There are some easy ways to do that, and the first one is painting them. Here you needn’t any paint, the best idea is to... More

DIY No Sew Leather Jewelry Pouch

Every girl needs a jewelry pouch but if you are bad at sewing, I guess, you have a problem with it. This tutorial requires no fuss and no sewing skills, so prepare leather, Crop-A-Dile hole punch, scrapbooking eyelets, thin ribbon, sharp scissors, a bowl, a charm or bead and a pen. The easiest way to cut a circle is to trace... More

Easy DIY Leather Furniture Pull

If you are renovating an old furniture piece, we have a cool idea of what to use instead of hardware. A cool leather pull! You’ll need an old leather belt, a utility knife, a screwdriver, a power drill, a Chicago bolt with matching screw of choice. With your utility knife cut the length of leather to suit your door/drawer.... More

DIY Fun Coin Purse Of A Tennis Ball

Do you have spare tennis balls? Ready to turn them into fun and practical purses? You’ll need a tennis ball, felt, a pen knife, scissors and glue. Cut open the ball somewhere around the U-shape curvy point with your pen knife, about 2 cm high. When you think you have cut deep enough, just squeeze the ball a bit and it will... More