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Easy DIY Faux Birch Rustic Place Mat

This fantastic rustic birch placemat will be perfect for any type of family dinner, including Christmas. Prepare birch wrapping paper, some leftover felt, scissors, and a hot glue gun. Speaking about felt, here it was a 14.5″x18″ rectangle but you can go for any size you like. Glue the felt to the backside of the... More

Easy To Make DIY Metallic Birch Coasters

Natural decor is always in trend! To make these cool coasters you’ll need slices of birch wood, polyurethane spray, metallic acrylic paint, paper towels and a stir stick. First, you’ll want to mix up your paint. Mix a ratio of equal parts of paint and water. You want the paint to be diluted when you use it. Once you have... More

DIY Marble Tile Coasters With Nails Polishes

Marble decor is getting more and more trendy, let’s follow the trend and make these coasters. The supplies are trays, mugs, coasters. Get a bin and fill it with warm water. If you don’t use warm water, the nail polish will harden quickly and it won’t stick to the tile. Next uncap all of the nail polish you plan to use and... More

Stylish Industrial DIY Concrete Serving Tray

Concrete projects are quite popular these days. It doesn’t take much more than an inexpensive bag of cement and some cardboard to create this cool, industrial-chic concrete serving tray, so let’s do it! Prepare cardboard, a box cutter, a ruler, a pencil, a marker, painter’s tape, cooking spray, cement, 2 drawer handles, a... More

DIY Concrete Tealight Holder From An Avocado Shell

Need a cool tealight holder? There’s an original tutorial from adorablest.com! Mix a small batch of white cement, wash sand and water and pour into an avocado half. The strength depends on the amount of water used and also the sand to cement ratio. Use a pit for the tealight ‘holder’ space. Oil both the shell and pit with... More

Quick To Make DIY Slatted Wooden Trivet

With just a few ½-inch square dowels, some twine and a few nuts, this handy trivet can be pulled together before the dinner bell rings. Using the cut list, cut the square dowels to size using a handsaw or miter saw. Lay the slats side-by-side with their ends aligned. Make a registration mark near one end of each slat. Now mark... More

DIY Cardboard Squirrel Tablet Stand

I’ve found the easiest tablet stand ever at mywhiteideadiy.com.es, and I’m hurrying to share it with you! This is a cute little squirrel of paperboard – or you can shape it as some other animal. You’ll need just paperboard, scissors, a cutter, a silicone gun and a magazine. Cut the template, draw the template on the... More

DIY Geometric Colored Pencil Holder

Pen and pencil holders are a must for every home because we all write something sometimes. Let’s realize this idea from lineacross.com! You’ll need air dry clay, colored pencils, white paint, a box cutter or large blade, a marker. Start by rolling a large piece of clay into a ball. Here you’ll see making one for 12... More

Colorful DIY Tasseled Roasting Sticks

When your backyard barbecue guests see these, they’ll be excited the cutest campfire accessories ever to serve s’more makers. You’ll be smiling while remembering the 10 minutes of time it took you to make them – thanks to twineandtable.com for this amazing ideas! The supplies are various colored embroidery thread,... More

Cute DIY Wallpaper Breakfast Tray

More and more trays! Today we’ll make not a storage tray but a breakfast one to serve food in bed for your beloved. The supplies are wallpaper, scissors, craft knife, healing mat, ruler, tray, pencil, adhesive spray or Mod Podge, paint brush, bone folder. Place the tray on top of the wallpaper and trace around it. Cut the... More

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