Click here to learn how to make this easy minimalist garland from wool felt. I think this would look very pretty if you were going for Scandinavian style holiday decor.
This simple painted mural really transformed a bathroom into a chic space, and you can see the details of the makeover here.
I love the creativity behind this simple method, and it’s very effective. What a great piece of minimalist art!
Find the instructions here.
Click here to find the pattern for this sewn canvas organiser, which I think this would be especially ideal for craft supplies.
What a cute idea! This would look great on a card or sewn onto a bag, and you can find the free pattern here.
I just wanted to post about a giveaway today that is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada, and is aimed at individuals or groups who knit/crochet for good causes. If you fit the bill and want to apply, please fill in this form.
The deadline is January 13th 2022. Good luck!
These Memphis-inspired candles look so happy & colorful… and they’re just so fun! Find the DIY here.
Click here to see how to repurpose paper maps into moths using simple quilling skills, plus little wire antennae. A very creative take on the vintage ‘specimen’ display pieces.
I really like the simplicity of this macrame wall hanging, with just simple clove hitch knots across the centre. The mix of driftwood, waves and blue colour provides a relaxed beachy vibe.
Click here for the tutorial.
l love the natural look of these Sculpey bangles with the all-over coral texture. They’re so unique and interesting, I’m sure you’d get plenty of compliments wearing these!
You can find the tutorial for them here.