Trendy crafts and awesome DIY ideas for home decor. Learn how to make some of the most unique and popular crafts with these simple projects.
If you’ve spent any time online or shopping in stores lately, you’ve probably seen some of these cute trendy crafts and home decor ideas. But did you know that they’re super easy (and super fun!) to make yourself? I pulled together some of my favorite on-trend and unique DIY crafts ideas to share with you today!
St. Patrick’s Day crafts and decorations ideas. Creative DIY decor ideas for pots of gold, four leaf clovers, vintage-inspired signs and wreaths.
St. Patrick’s Day will be here before we know it! Do you have your green clothes and decor ready so you don’t get pinched? If you need a few ideas, check out these creative DIY crafts and decorations to help you get ready to celebrate the luck ‘o the Irish!
Valentines for Kids – These cute homemade DIY Valentines ideas and crafts are perfect to pass out to family, friends and for the classroom.
Do you kids still need Valentines to bring to their class or pass out to friends and family? I love seeing all of the creativity—and the puns—that come with homemade Valentines. This is a cute collection of DIY ideas, and if you’re wanting to steer clear of sweets, there are some clever non-food options here, too!
Make your own creative Valentines Day crafts and decorations for your home or classroom. Cute and easy DIY ideas for wreaths, garlands, signs and more!
Do you love to create your own Valentines Day crafts and home decor? Every year I say that I won’t do much, but the more I see sweet, creative and colorful ideas for Valentine’s Day, the more I want to start crafting! Whether you want to keep things simple with a wreath, or make a DIY sign or garland, these cute crafts will get you in the mood for love.
Build your own dog bowl stand. Follow this easy DIY to create a raised wooden stand to hold your dog’s food and water bowls. Perfect size for a small dog!
This DIY Dog Bowl Stand is the kind of simple project that’s perfect for making in a weekend. And you don’t need to break the bank buying materials—you only need a couple of boards. It’s also a great way to use up a few scrap pieces of wood!
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