Apr 9, 2012

DIY Ideas

Happy Monday! Here are some DIY projects to inspire your week!

These little hat stands are too cute! I just got a sunhat for Easter that I could display!
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Although I do not have a Mac, I am smitten with this wood grain cover. I suppose I could just cut out the HP symbol.

I never would have thought of using utensils to hold mugs! This is such a unique little tutorial.
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These would be so fun for a photo booth at a wedding! Follow these steps.
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I love the idea of using accessories as decoration. I think this tutorial could also work for earrings if you used some sort of mesh wire.

I really want to try this. Animal patterned dresses are so expensive, and not as cute as this one. A Beautiful Mess always has the best DIY tutorials and ideas.
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Xo Chloe.

10 colorful thought(s):

Courtney B said...

LOVE the hat stands! I want one so bad!

Teaka said...

I'll take that horse dress (or try to make one), that hair clip frame and the hat stands! Haha they are so cute! I can't wait till I have more free time and I can be crafy! :D

A "cheery" disposition said...

The silverware coffee mugs holder is so clever... I have not seen that done before!

Pony Chops said...

Great selection of DIY tutorials!!
I think i'm in love with the horse print dress!!
xx PC

The Cookie Button said...

I love the hat stand DIY, looks so awesome! xox

AhoyNative said...

I actually did the dress DIY a few weeks ago, and it was such a blast! I just posted the pictures from it, I did it with my sister and our eight year old niece. You should defiantly do it, it's so so fun!

xo, Meghan
ahoynative.blogspot.com

chantilly said...

the hair bow holder is so cute! i hang my necklaces and scarves on the wall, although it's definitely not as fancy as this :) x

AnaV said...

Hei! I just found your blog and it is amazing!

I am following your blog and I hope you will follow mine too!

xoxo,
Ana V

Pretty Pickles said...

I love the hat stands. I never know where to store my hats and then end up forgetting about them altogether. What a great idea.

Did you manage to find 120 film for your Diana F+? I was told you can get a 35mm backing for the Diana F+. I checked it out and it's about $80USD Also, the mini Diana F+ takes 35mm film.

Kim said...

love that wooden cover! oh, and that bow picture frame holder! so many clever ideas here!

-kim
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