Greetings from New Mexico! Well, technically, I’m on a plane rn, headed to El Paso, but then we’re driving straight to New Mexico. And I’m so pumped to spend the weekend celebrating with our dear friends, Ashley and Jared, for their wedding. Follow my NM adventures on Instagram.
Anyway, that’s what I’m up to for the next few days. What about you? If you have time for some DIYs, I’ve got you covered. Here we go…
1. Speckled clay pottery DIY from Passion Shake
2. How to color plaster (and DIY mini planters)
3. DIY weaving hack (no special skills or tools required)
4. DIY leather luggage rack from Almost Makes Perfect
5. DIY leather catchall from Coco Kelley
6. DIY embroidered art from Design Sponge
P.S. If you’re in Austin or headed to SXSW this year, you should look into attending Create and Cultivate’s pop up event in Austin on March 12th. I’ll be speaking, alongside a handful of really amazing ladies (full speaker list here) and would love to see you there.
Hope you have a happy weekend!
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My pleasure Kathleen. LOVE that project!Brittni
Thanks for including my embroidered art project for Design*Sponge! 🙂Kathleen
Thanks Team Gillis.Brittni
I love the mini planters. Bonsai is a great plant and will look great with pots like these. So beautiful.Team Gillis Realtor
Totally Rachael. Very Palm Springs. 🙂Brittni
no 2 looks so cute. love cactus’s. Make me feel slightly more palm springs-esque if you know what I meanRachael O'Neill
Me too Gillian. And that project in particular is such a modern take on embroidery. Love it.Brittni
I love that embroidery is coming back! There are so many new things becoming trendy again, too many hobbies to name!Gillian (The Littlest Fry)
I hear that Natalie. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.Brittni
Those mini planters are the cutest and I really want to get into embroidery more! thanks for the inspo
Love the embroidery art too, Michelle.Brittni
How beautiful is this embroidered art?! Great picks this week!Michelle