5 DIYs to Try This Weekend

Weekend DIY Roundup l Paper & Stitch

It’s been pretty chilly the past few days and I am SO into the cooler weather. It’s kind of bringing me into a holiday frame of mind. Oh, I hope it stays cold here long enough to get some use out of new coat and work on these wintery/ seasonal DIYs…

Color Block Garland DIY from Sugar & Cloth

1. This amazing DIY color block ornament garland from Ashley of Sugar & Cloth is on my short list for Xmas.

Thanksgiving Garland DIY

2. I am loving how easy (and awesome) this DIY Thanksgiving garland is, from Tina Fussell for A Subtle Revelry.

pecan pie ice cream recipe

3. This pecan pie ice cream recipe from Emma of A Beautiful Mess is making me hungry. Yum!

Holiday DIY // Merry and Bright Wall Art

4. I came up with a DIY spin off of this big wall project I shared here last week, which I’ll be sharing in the coming weeks. For now though, here’s the ‘Merry and Bright’ wall art tutorial for anyone that may have missed it. And THANK YOU to everyone who has been pinning it (over 10,00 pins and counting since it was published last week). You guys are the best!

Angora sweater diy from Pickles

5. And finally, I kind of feel like I need to learn to knit so I can make one of these angora poncho sweaters from Pickles. Anyone want to teach me?

Hope you have a great weekend.

-Brittni

7 comments | Click here to reply

That garland from Ash and the Merry and Bright sign of yours are my two fave holiday projects I’ve seen! SO great! Have a great weekend, B!

Kelly @ Studio DIY

Thanks Kelly! Ash’s Martha Stewart shoot was SO good. Loved all the projects that came out of that. And I can’t wait to see yours!

papernstitch

Oh the poncho is amazing!

deva

hello, Im here first time, it looks very good, I go to see yours older posts and your blog is now in my favorites 🙂

Good By Accident

Lovely links. The Pecan Pie Ice cream looks delicious

Sian

Great ideas! I took my first crochet lesson yesterday with the same idea that I would use my winter wisely and make things like blankets, etc. So far all I’ve gotten is frustrated but I plan on keeping up with it. Best of luck with your knitting!

Robin
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