DIY Mini Succulent Planters How I love succulents, they just add some form of greenery to my home interior. In uplifting one’s home decor, succulent plants play a big part. That’s why planters are equally as important. If you love minimalist designs, something simple with Scandinavian feel to it, then you will agree that the home can look bland or cold sometimes. That’s were some pop of green will bring some warmth. Materials needed: air dry clay small plant pots rolling pin craft knife spray varnish
DIY Corner Vegetable Storage Bin Hello there. This corner bin makes me tingle all over with excitement as I share the DIY tutorial with my friends out here. It's simply so elegant and lovely that I am super certain it will immediately upgrade the status of any kitchen it is placed. The layers opportune you to stack and store your fruits and veggies orderly and neatly, making life super easy. Get the plan for this great bin and make one or even more for yourself and as possible gifts for others! Materials needed: Lumber per the plans...
Easy Crochet Teddy Bear I made this teddy bear for my kids and they absolutely love it. I will be making one for myself too. The teddy is just too cute! Do your kids love bears? If yes, maybe you can make one for them? Try it, it’s super easy to make. Materials needed: - sport weight yarn in beige, brown and bright (for example yellow or red) colors; - crochet hook 2.5 mm; - fiberfill for stuffing; - scissors, sewing needle; - eyes.
Amigurumi Crochet Elephant My amigurumi lovers, today we’ll be making an elephant. Yes, the big animal with large ears. So beautiful they are! Yesterday, I made some amigurumi frogs for my kids. They turned out awesome! I found this tutorial yesterday but couldn’t share it as I was busy. So friends, I’ll be sharing this DIY with you today. Materials needed: 2.5mm crochet hook 6mm safety eyes Stitch marker Tapestry needle Polyfill Scissors Yarn
Easy Butterfly Hair Bow Are your girls in need of some hair bows? Well, you’re in the right place. If you have some fabric and basic sewing skills, you will be good to go. Children are also welcome to make these beautiful butterfly hair bows. Materials needed: Scrap fabrics Iron on interfacing The butterfly pattern Strong thread A hair clip of your preference Basic sewing supplies Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Easy Pajama Shorts Today we’ll be making the easiest pajama shorts. Do you have an upcoming sleepover? Then it’s the perfect time to make some pajama shorts for you and your girls. You can make all of them in the same pattern or in different patterns. Materials needed: A shorts sewing pattern. Light to medium weight fabric with no stretch (in other words, a “woven” fabric). Elastic. I’m using 1 1/2″ wide braided elastic. Lightweight fusible interfacing.
How To Shorten Zippers Have you got zippers that are longer than required? I got you! Today, I’ll be sharing a simple tutorial on how to shorten your zippers. We will also add fabric tabs to make sewing easier. In less than thirty minutes you should have your zippers shortened! Materials needed: a (longer than needed) standard nylon coil zipper 2 pieces of scrap fabric for tabs (2 inch by 1.5 inch each) sewing machine /needle sewing thread scissors measuring tape
Magic Circle Tutorial I’ve been sharing some crafts with you all but today I’ll like to share a crocheting skill. From the title you could have guessed that it’s the magic circle. A lot of people find it difficult making a perfect magic circle. Does it give you problem? Well, it’s an important skill as it helps make baskets, bowls, stuffed toys and much more. Materials needed: Yarn Hook
Easy Hanging Ladder Are your towels making your bathroom look like a mess? Why not make a hanging ladder? After all, it is easy and fast to make. It’s also cheaper to make things yourself. A lot of house supplies are pricey! It’s ridiculous! If you are on a budget, all you need is time and dedication. Materials needed: (2) 1” * 48” wood round dowel Measuring Tape Pencil Rotary saw or hand saw Scrap piece of flat wood Power drill 13/32” drill bit 6/64” drill bit Sandpaper 20 ft of 3/8” solid braid rope Duck ...
DIY Drawstring Backpack Now the kids are on summer holiday, so sometimes they go on picnics, swimming and to the beach. Recently we had an issue because they mixed up some of their items and it wasn’t funny. I made some drawstring backpacks for them and that seems to have done the trick. Materials needed: ½ yard of main fabric a fat quarter of accent fabric 1 yard of lining fabric ⅓ yard/meter of fusible fleece (45"/120cm bolt width) - or a yard if you use 20"/50cm bolt width (for outer, tabs, and handle) two...
DIY Cushion Covers Do you want to change the cushion covers at home? Are you on a budget? Why not just make some cushion covers yourself? They are super easy to make and this DIY takes just 10 minutes. Materials needed: rulers scissors pins thread sewing machine.
Paper Bags from Old Newspapers It will be a mistake to throw away a newspaper after reading because you can recycle it and give the second life. If you at the same time try to avoid plastic, as I do it now, this project will be very useful for you, Old newspapers can become new grocery bags. You can also use them for keeping some food inside or like small trash cans. The bag is easy to make, it`s like an origami, just follow the step by step tutorial. Things you need: old newspaper
Scientific Space Mobile Craft I like creating some useful learning projects for my kids. This time I`m going to create a space mobile for them to learn the solar system. We have seen a few space cartoons and read a book and I can say that they love this topic a lot. So I have decided to make not only useful, but also decorative mobile for their room. the craft was pretty fast and easy. Let`s get started! Things you need: ASTROBRIGHTS cardstock Sunburst Yellow™ Galaxy Gold™ Orbit Orange™ Cosmic Orange...
Elegant Embroidery Hoop Pocket I`m exited to show you today one more organization idea. We are going to make pretty pockets from embroidery hoops. They are not for some heavy things, of course, but you can use them to hold your glasses if you will hang it near your bed. Or you can keep there your staff for diys and make a few pockets at once, hanging it by your desk. Things you need: wooden embroidery hoop embroidery floss fabric hot glue gun lace trim
How to Make a Leaf Clay Dish Spring and summer are the best seasons to do some crafts connected with nature. If you like such kind of crafts as I like them, you surely need to try this one. We are going to make a leaf clay dish it`s perfect for keys or coins. Then if you are inspired by this diy, you can even try making a laef bowl. My kids are adult enough, so the join me and we spent good time together. Things you need: Leaves Acrylic paint Sealer – mod podge gloss Knife