DIY Macrame Wall Hanging Macrame crafts have always mesmerized me! Boy, I wish I could make one of those huge, gorgeous macrame wall hanging for my living room! After giving it a lot of thought to it, I decided to give the easiest yet the cutest macrame craft a try. Macrame rainbow wall hanging; which is pretty trending right now in the craft and DIY world. There wasn’t much to add to it but I tried to make it a little easier. I didn’t use wire and also didn’t go for stitching for attaching the ropes, because I find it a bit difficult. I had no idea until I gave it a try; that it would be so addicting!
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DIY Flower Wreath – Paper Craft I can’t get enough of summer crafts! My head is filled with so many fun and colorful ideas and this DIY paper flower wreath was on my top list! A really easy to make paper flower wreath turns out so pretty and definitely brings a summer vibe to your collection of home decors. What are you waiting for? Grab some colorful craft papers and get going!
What others call trash might sometimes be treasure to makers, crafters and DIY enthusiasts. Not everyone around us think about recycling and reusing every once in a while, it’s really sad! However, among tons of materials which can be recycled and reused, ‘crate’ is one of the best. The possibility is endless! From storage box to shelves and coffee table and what not! There are so many fun and creative ways to transform leftover crates into something really useful. So, from sooooo mannyyyy DIY crate projects I have selected these 12 awesome crate transformation projects for this round-up from 11 amazing DIY blogs and websites. This round-up is a beginner step for those who haven’t tried recycling crates; these 12 projects include the use of 1-3 crates only. The best thing is that you don’t need to be a woodworking expert because the crates are already made. All you need to do is be a little creative and turn those crates into something awesome and useful! Check them out!
Cross stitching is one of my favorite needleworks! I love it soooo much because I’ve learned how to do cross-stitch from my grandmother when I was 6 years old and I’ve done a bunch of cross stitch works ever since. What I love about cross-stitch is the process of doing it, no rush, no fuss… a bunch of organized crosses to make any patterns you want! This is my first cross stitch post on the blog. I didn’t post the exact steps, only the template and a few steps from the beginning to the end. I’ll share my way of cross stitching on another post very soon, but for now check this out!
Coasters (drink coasters) are very important if you really care about the your table surface. I don’t like heat stains on my table, they really irritate me. But, no matter how many coasters I make I end up losing them or giving them away. Today, I’ll show you how I made these crocheted twine coasters. I enjoyed making them and loved the way they turned out!