How to make easy rope covered and painted votive candle holders.

To make these Rope Votives you will need:

4-Clear Glass Votive Holders Painted Rope Votives
3 9′ spools white cotton trim
hot glue gun
votives and tea lights
paint brush
DecoArt Americana Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paint, 2-Ounce, Flamingo Painted Rope Votives

See full tutorial here

Diy fabric block printing tea towels

Learn to create your own kitchen tea towels with this fun block printing tutorial!


Check out this tutorial for updating some simple (and cheap!) wood bowls!

The bowls are super easy to make yourself and look great alone or in a stack.  They can hold some apples sitting on your counter.  Add a candle and some greenery or grapevine for a great centerpiece.  Use the bowl to hold your keys as you come in the door.  So many possibilities!

See full tutorial here

IKEA hack like you've never seen!

I'm sure you have heard of IKEA Hacks, but have you heard of an IKEA clothing hack?

This is all you need!

See the full tutorial here

DIY Cinder Block Projects

Create an entire concrete furniture set for less than $50. With four blocks, you can make a side table or ottoman, perfect for putting your feet up or for serving.

Read more about this project here

DIY - Dream Catcher


Make your own dream catcher to catch all your bad dreams and to spruce up an empty wall in your home!

You will need:

A wooden embroidery hoop
A stick from your yard, at least one inch wider than your hoop
30-40 Feathers
Suede cord
String/twine (similar thickness to bakers twine)
Optional: craft paint, for painting the ends of your feathers.

Head over to Tracey Tilley for step by step tutorial



Diy Heart  Dreamcatcher. Step by step tutorial...


Watch the video below to learn how to make a beautiful bohemian dream catcher!

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DIY Feather Lampshade


With a few simple steps you can make adorable feather lampshade for your home!

You will need:

A lampshade with “Euro hardware
15 turkey quills or other feathers (more if your lampshade is bigger)
A glue gun
Wire cutters (optional; you need them only if you’re adapting the shade to slide over track lighting)

Head over to Design Sponge for full instructions