Posts Tagged ‘diy roundup’

07/12/13

DIY roundup // colorful craft projects

As we head into the weekend, I am feeling mighty colorful, for some reason…as evidenced by my clothing choices lately. Must be the season, right? So before I head out to tackle my own DIYs over the next couple of days (and a whole lot of emails), I have a few cool (color-filled) craft projects to share. Enjoy!

1. how to sew a color block pillowcase by Lisa Tilse for Tuts+

2. fruit inspired DIY party hats from Studio DIY

3. balsa wood phone case (completely from scratch) from Whimseybox

4. stamping with rubberbands (love this idea) by Tina Fussell for A Subtle Revelry

5. honeycomb DIY party garland from Oh Happy Day

Hope you have a great weekend.

-Brittni

04/19/13

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I am tying up a few loose ends this morning before a couple of meetings and I figured you may want some project suggestions before heading out for the weekend. How did Friday get here so fast? So here are my favorite DIYs from the week…

1. fringe kimono DIY from Merrythought

2. initial letter planters DIY from Henry Happened

3. DIY bar bottle labels from Lovely Indeed

4. how to make a leather pouchette from For the Makers

5. DIY patterned stationery from Sugar & Cloth

6. floating clouds project from A Subtle Revelry

7. fresh flower honeycomb decor from Studio DIY

8. studded collar DIY from Sincerely, Kinsey

One, two, and four are my favorites, I think. But I want to try that cloud project (#6). What about you? Have any favorites from this roundup?

P.S. I also write for other sites around the web. Here are my posts elsewhere from the week…

Have a great weekend.

-Brittni

04/12/13

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Well, it’s Friday again and you have the whole weekend to tackle a DIY project or two and relax outside with a book. I have you covered on the DIYs. You’re on your own for the outside reading and lounging. Here are my seven favorite projects of the week…

1. felt foliage party garland from A Subtle Revelry

2. fresh flower gift tags DIY from Studio DIY

3. DIY knit cloud pillows from Making Nice in the Midwest

4. alternative vase ideas from Sweet Root Village for A Daily Something

5. state-shaped memo boards from Britt + Co.

6. DIY rope bag from Style Me Pretty

7. amazing oyster shell garland from Once Wed

And here are my posts elsewhere from the week…

Have a great weekend. Hope it’s a relaxing one!

-Brittni

03/29/13

awesome easter craft project roundup

Did anyone else notice how hard everyone rocked it this year with craft projects for Easter? I am kind of amazed by all of the awesomeness. Which is making me wish I had the time to make all of these DIYs before Sunday. I’m pretty sure I can squeeze in at least one or two – I just have to decide which ones…

1. marbleized Easter egg DIY by Chanel Dror for Camille Styles

2. bunny garland from Fellow Fellow

3. pom pom party Easter eggs DIY by me

4. Kool-Aid dyed eggs from Lovely Indeed

5. graffiti eggs how-to by me

6. honeycomb Easter eggs from Studio DIY

big diy easter roundup

7. bunny tail belt DIY from A Subtle Revelry (photo by Carly Taylor)

8. faceted paper egg cups from Oh Happy Day (photo by Aubrey Trinnaman)

9. hydrangea Easter egg garland by me for Project Wedding

10. Mr and Mrs eggs DIY by Rachael for Say Yes to Hoboken

11. fruity french Easter eggs from The Alison Show

12. watercolor eggs from Oh Happy Day (photo by Aubrey Trinnaman)

And here are a handful of my recent posts on Curbly and One Charming Party…

I hope you have a great weekend and a very happy Easter.

-Brittni

01/27/12

This contributor post was written by Beth of Parsimonia.

For those of us in the four-season states, the temperatures are really starting to drop! I finally broke out my mittens, scarves, hats and other cold-weather accoutrements this week, thus adding a whole new level of accessories to my wardrobe. But, I have to be honest: There are several pieces I acquired years ago that I know aren’t going to see the glint of snow. Just like most women, my tastes change with the seasons, but replacing winter wear always seems a bit more expensive. So instead of browsing online stores, I’ve been hitting the blogsophere for ideas, and these five DIYs are just the ticket for keeping me (and you!) warm, head to toe.

(above) Sew Your Own Mittens by A Beautiful Mess

DIY Leg Warmers by Split the Lark

Snowy Day Hat Pattern by See Kate Sew

Long Pom Pom Cowl via Purl Soho

Yellow Bow Ear Warmer by Delia Creates
(Note that tutorial is for personal, not commercial, use)

Beth is the writer behind Parsimonia: Secondhand With Style, where she blogs about her first love (thrifting) and her second love (cooking), as well as DIY projects, sustainable style and other bits of inspiration. She lives in St. Louis with one husband, one fuzzy dog and lots of dreams, and recently launched an online vintage store.