Happy Tuesday! How was Halloween? Mine was amazing! We ate a ton of candy (which I regret), danced for hours (which I kinda regret, but not really) and ended the night with a Harry Potter Marathon (which I don’t regret at all!). And, now the weekend is over and I’m already looking forward to Diwali and Christmas! But, before we get to that – lets talk about 7 DIYs that I’m loving this week.
As always, these craft ideas aren’t the most difficult to execute. In fact, you should be able to finish them in a day or less. I would also recommend spending time on all of the blogs below. They are brilliant creators and I promise it will be worth it!
I love flower crowns. They’re just really pretty accessories and there’s a lot that you can do with them. But, these felt clips and crowns by Delia Creates, really stand out from all the tutorials, i’ve seen. One, they can be dressed up and simplified very easily. Second, the felt gives a beautiful finish. Here is the tutorial.
What kind of Fall would it be without candles? Needless to say, candles are a basic requirement this time of the year. And these, easy to make pumpkin candles by Hello Natural are one of my absolute favourites. They smell amazing and make a great decor idea. Click here, for the tutorial.
I was going through some of our older crafts and noticed that these Cross Stitch Luggage Tags, came in very handy in our last trip. Mainly because, they are easily identifiable. Here’s how to make them.
Honestly WTF is one of my go to blogs when I’m having a creative block. Because they always innovate, which is really inspiring. These Dolce and Gabbana Brooch Headbands are at the top of my all time favourite craft ideas by them. You can see the details here.
Speaking of my favourites, The Casual Craftlete combined two of them – Bath bombs and green tea! What an amazing combination. Cant wait to try them, for myself. The tutorial is available here.
Persia Lou made these duck tape pennant pencil pouches and I think, it’s a creative way to show some school pride! Plus, they’re inexpensive, which makes them apt for broke college students, like my cousin (I won’t name names, at the risk of getting whopped the next time, I meet him!). You can, click here for the complete steps.
Did you craft using perler beads, as a child? I remember spending hours making things with them. So, this tutorial from Tried and True Blog was such a blast from my past. The design is elegant and would make a great gift for anyone. They have given the steps & pattern here.
Which craft ideas inspired you this week? Let me know in the comments below! Or, message us the link on any of our social media & we’ll check it out!