From her crafty corner of Hungary, Lavender Girl is showing us how to make a beautiful Christmas wreath out of toilet paper rolls. Believe me, it's worth using Google Translate to see what's been coming together at Croissant and Lavender.
"I have lots of fabric remnants," says Amanda from Mommy is Coocoo. "I also have this big, blank wall in our newly painted guest bedroom. Hmmm . . ." Check out how she used her fabric and a collection of embroidery hoops to create an amazing art wall!
Ashley at Bigger Than the Three of Us just might be a genius. When a window makeover left her with a bunch of used blinds, she turned them into a sunburst mirror. This may be the first time in the history of ever that mini-blinds have looked so cool!
Don't you love a good curbside find? Emily from Elizabeth Joan Designs spotted a discarded corkboard and says, "As soon as I saw this baby, I knew with the right makeover she would be perfect for my oldest son’s bedroom." The final result is a "soaring" success!
When Kelsey's parents sold their rural property and moved across the country, they took several pieces of wood with them from the old barn that had stood on their acreage. Years later, Kelsey's mom asked her to help turn on of those pieces of wood into something special, which she shared at Poofy Cheeks.
Over at DIY Candy, Amy came up with a fun way to turn free paint chips into art. It's a simple craft project that anyone can do with just a few basic craft supplies, an old frame, and a few leftover paint chips.
You might be checking out this post in between passing out candy to the trick-or-treaters.....I get it, it's a little late to fit in one more Halloween craft. But this one was just too good to pass up, so pin it now and consider it for later, mmm-kay? Katie from View From The Fridge shared this book page art at Juggling Act Mama.
"My sweet and amazing husband surprised me with some pallets out in our garage," says Courtney fondly at Crafts By Courtney. "Who needs flowers when you get a pile of pallets to craft with!" Who indeed? Courtney's first project was to add a little bit of the beach to her Florida home.
"I was swinging my daughter on her swing in our backyard when I noticed the few leaves that had fallen from our tree," says Selene at Restoration Beauty. The leaves captured her imagination, so as soon as they were done swinging, Selene scooped up her daughter and a few of the leaves and got crafty.
Here's a fun project for Halloween. It's the perfect rescue for any old or mismatched plates you might have lying around. Jill from Create. Craft. Love. made this using thrifted plates, but there's no reason you couldn't search your own cupboards or send out a plea on your social media to get of few plates for FREE.
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