Time: 15-20 minutes
Materials: glass bottle, frosted glass paint, sponge/or brush
1. Make sure your bottle is clean, then tape off your design if necessary.
2. Depending on what type of texture you want to create, sponge or brush on your paint.
3. Peel tape when paint is wet….
DIY elegant winter centerpiece: use salt or decorative sand in a clear vase. Add twigs or branches. For that sparkly look add glitter:)
39 ways to make DIY wall art
I just purchased a new bed set, and this is a great way to recycle my old one. Crochet rugs using sheets pillow cases and duvet covers.
I’m loving these free elements to create your own Valentine’s Day bits and pieces - not only a Valentine’s card, but if you’re having a party or dinner, you could make place cards, gifts, placemats…
This looks like a piece that you would find in one of those expensive boutiques where there are no price tags! But in reality, it’s one of the cheapest crafts you could make. I just love the texture and shine of the gold, I think I need this for my bedroom!
Do you know how cheap these boxes are?! I went down the papermache/wood aisle of the craft store and decided to take a look - I always thought they cost upwards of $10, but lo and behold, they were about $5! And I love the fluro colours - modern and fun.
Don’t freak out - this isn’t entirely made by hand! Instead, this is a large rug stitched together from the small (and cheap!) rag rugs you can find at the dollar store. Great if you can’t afford a big rug (and they can be super expensive).
I’ve always been incredibly impressed by people who are able to decorate cakes and cookies like this. There are so many variables when it comes to food - having the correct tools, temperature, ingredients - and knowing how to combine them to create something so beautiful! Sweetopia has lots of recipes like this so make sure to check them out if you love cooking (or just love looking at things like this like me!)
There are lots of different projects out there on the internet, but this is one of the nicest ones I’ve seen. I love the combination of vintage knobs, hooks and that beautiful frame. Once you add your lovely statement jewelry you’ve got a piece of art for your bedroom!