Hello fellow crafter. Have you stumbled upon this page looking for some inspiration on what you should make next? I got your back. In fact, I share 7 crafty ideas from the best bloggers online, for exactly that reason – to inspire people to DIY. This week was all about enhancing products without doing too much. That slight touch, that makes an ordinary item, look fantastic! Let’s see what 7 DIY tutorials, I feel in love with this week. Shall we?
First, I am so excited to share these Cookie Cutter Jewellery Trays by Aww Sam. She’s come up these adorable designs which are a great addition to any space. It’s all about taking a simple mould and enhancing it with paint.
Next, you should definitely check out our floral candle holders, that we made for my cousin. I love the floral design and the subtle colours, that are going to be useful at any time of the year. Transforming a simple candle completely.
Francoise Et Moi made these stunning Lattice House Shelves, that they’ve used to highlight small plants. I would love to use them as book shelves too. There are two things I love about this design. First, it has sides, which won’t let things fall off as easily. Second, the lattice adds a cuteness to the design, that increases the impact of the look.
Delineate Your Dwelling made this colourful triangle cork board and it’s something I definitely need at home. Instantly. Besides the fact that it’s perfect for any desk. It’s design allows a lot of flexibility in terms of space, which is something rare with organisation boards. Very very useful!
Usually I don’t like to share stitching related DIY tutorials, because I feel a lot of people get intimidated by it. But, Tell Love and Party manages to make me feel super comfortable about sharing this DIY, because their tutorial for stitched envelopes is easy to follow. The pattern isn’t complex, which makes a lot of sense. Because envelopes tend to get misplaced ( or is that only me?).
Dream a Little Bigger designed these gorgeous Pastel & Gold Leaf Bangles. And they’re stunning. I know, I would have paid a lot more to buy these online. So, seeing this tutorial makes me feel good, because I can make it in my favourite colours instead!
Talk about up cycling broken and leftover crayons! Say Yes made these great DIY Color Block Crayons. And they are a fantastic way to use up old crayons. What a great idea!
What diy tutorials have inspired you, recently? Let me know in the comments!