Oil cloth is exactly what it sounds like – cloth soaked in oil – and it is how waterproof fabric has been traditionally made for a long time.
This tutorial shows you how to make your own oil cloth, and also how to then turn that into an outdoor garland that can stay up all year round!
What a beautiful and feminine piece of decor…and no weaving skills are required!
I thought I’d seen all wall hanging ideas until I saw this one – and it’s just so pretty, I think I’m going to have to whip one of these up for myself.
I think it would look particularly amazing in a ballerina-obsessed children’s bedroom, or even as a decoration at a wedding. Click here for the DIY.
I’m a total sucker for shiny velvet in rich colours, so these pumpkins are right up my street!
Click here for the instructions.
Click here to find the marshmallow recipe, as well as instructions on how to paint them to create adorable ghost faces! Perfect for putting in your Halloween hot chocolate 🙂
This cuddly Corgi softie is so cute – especially with the little love heart on the front – and I think it would make a really sweet gift for your loved one.
Find the sewing pattern here.
Click here to learn how to use contact paper to make an effective Halloween prop …even if you’ve left decorating to the last minute!
I love the look of the embroidered patches against the denim of this pillow…it looks so ornate!
But luckily, if you follow this tutorial, it’s actually very simple to accomplish yourself 🙂