If you’re like me and haven’t started your holiday crafting yet, you might want to make one of these fun (and easy) yarn projects this weekend to cross some gifts off your to-do list.
I got to try one of the new Stencil1 stencils this week, which I was really excited about because I’m a fan of Ed Roth, the designer behind the line. He’s known for bridging the gap between street artists like Banksy and craft world faves like Martha. In short, this line is right up my alley. I’ve had a sad, sad, sad coffee table lying around for years, and these larger stencils were just what the DIY doctor ordered for it.
Isn’t this such a surprisingly chic project? I got my hands on a couple of vintage arrows and have been dying to DIY with them for months! Of course these arrows came to mind when I was brainstorming Valentine’s project this year. What started as a simple vintage find became this ginormous God’s eye. The finished DIY really reminds me of some of the Native American-influenced crazy tapestries of the 1970s. I imagine this on the wall of Cupid’s swinging pad back in the day.
Picks for a dream living room designed for winter reading and hibernation.
It’s not too late to DIY a Christmas gift or two! Here are 50 ideas to try.
DIY a blinking arrow sign that’s over 7 feet long, lightweight and energy efficient.
Transform a tired shelf in minutes with fabric and Mod Podge!
In just a few minutes, you can make over ugly light plate covers with a bit of fabric and Mod Podge.
Not a lot of space to spare? Make a set of upholstered wooden arm rest “end tables”.