We both keep inspiration folders of DIYs we’d like to try, and right now they are full to the point of bursting. Here are a few that are at the top of our lists.
This faux wallpaper technique uses fabric and liquid starch. It looks really simple and I love the way it’s done here, inside decorative trim.
I recently stumbled on a great site, Made by Joel, which has loads of kid-friendly craft ideas that you can sort by age. Lots of them are so cute that I would categorize them as ‘kid optional,’ like this owl mobile:
I am working away on Opal’s bedroom, and thanks to my ingenious mother-in-law things are looking pretty sweet (more on this in the not too distant future). I’m still trying to figure out some curtain solutions, and I love this idea for decorating plain fabric with scraps of lace:
I love the way Jenny Komenda decoupaged fabric onto this cheap Ikea chair. The print she chose is perfect and this is such a good way to update thrift store furniture that has a good shape but an ugly finish.
The shape of this fabric flower lampshade is really pretty, and it would be fun to experiment with both the scale and the fabric.
Cameron’s parents recently dropped by to give us a disco ball that was – endearingly – an integral part of his high school bedroom decor. I’ve been thinking about where it might live in our house, and I love the idea of using it as a planter. If you aren’t lucky enough to still have your own disco ball from high school, this tutorial that shows you how to make one.
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