Mason jars have a lots of purposes. You can use them as drinking cups, salad containers, you can decorate your home and garden with it, you can use them as candle holders, canning jams or sauces, making gifts with baked goodies in it, etc. They are perfect for organizing parties, this way no one has to do crazy bar-tending plus looks cute and pretty. Outdoor lightening All you need is a jar, some candles, rice or maybe you will use some beach sand. Source Sewing kit Source Perfect idea to keep all the sewing tools together and never lose anything. … Continue reading 20 Awesome DIY Ways To Recycle Mason Jars
Images and text by Amy Christie for Design Mom. I’ve been loving all the plaster dipped flowers across the web. They have such an ethereal and dreamlike look to them. Building on the process, I took it a step further and turned the plaster-ed flowers into votives. Dainty and functional. Plaster is a fun medium to work in. A liquid become a solid in a few short minutes and you get to decide how to form it. For dipping, the plaster coats the petals, freezing them in creamy white loveliness. With the stamina of the plastic flower, the votives appear … Continue reading Plaster Flower Votives
I jazzed up my wall with a DIY Moroccan-style pattern. And, the best part about this project?… it was completely free. One Pampers box and some leftover paint later and I really like my wall 🙂 Here’s what you do. 1. Find a Moroccan-ish shape you like online and print it out whatever size you want (Google images is a good place to go). The larger you go… the less work it is. I had to tile mine onto 4 sheets of paper, then tape them together. Don’t worry about the design being all blurry if it is, … Continue reading DIY Moroccan-Style Wall Stencil Tutorial
I gotta say I really like the idea of beautiful blooms that will stay pretty for months with no extra effort required. I’ve gathered up 20 of my favorite DIY paper flower tutorials here – some are so easy they’d make a great kid’s craft, while others are a little more involved. Many of them would be PERFECT decorations for weddings! 1. These modern rolled flowers look super easy and quick enough to put together a whole bunch. From The Casual Craftlete. 2. Cute polka flowers from Lia Griffiths via Skip To My Lou start with cupcake liners and a pencil. 3. These … Continue reading 20 pretty DIY paper flower tutorials
Got a cluttered office? The following brilliant DIY organization tips and projects will help you transform your office into an efficient workspace. Organizing your office doesn’t have to cost a lot of time. And you don’t need to spend a lot of money on these organization projects. There are many great DIY projects using recycled materials that will help tidy up your office. In the gallery below, you will find: attach baskets to walls for folders, reference guides or craft papers; suspended utensil organizer made from old paint cans; clever method of organizing cords and cables – by using large … Continue reading Top 40 Tricks and DIY Projects to Organize Your Office
Ok, Sorry. This was supposed to be my forst blog post, but I got so excited by seeing that DIY, I just had to share. So, Hi everyone…This is going to be a blog just about DIY….well, also a little of Decors, Interiors, etc..basically a place let loose my creativity and help others who are looking for something like this hopefully. I’m going to keep this intro short. I’m new to wordpress, DIY and blogging in general. So bear with me if you see too many posts on a day and too little for some days. You are welcome to … Continue reading Hello world!