Roundup: 10 Fresh DIY Curtain Projects for Spring

By: Rachel mae smith Mar 25, 2015
DIY Curtain Projects

New curtains are such a great way to bring fresh life into your house. They're also a great place to experiment with color and pattern since they can be easily removed. And while they can tend to get a little pricey, they're also really easy to make! Here are 10 great DIY projects that you should consider before heading to the store:

1. Trimmed Tablecloth Curtains by Better Homes and Garden

2. Sewing 101 via Design Sponge 

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Make It: DIY Hanging Pendant Light

By: Lexy.b.ward Mar 25, 2015
diy bead pendant light
Photo: A New Bloom

You've most likely seen hanging pendant lights around the web for a while. I love the look, but can't find the right cord to match. This wooden bead pendant is so perfect for any room and you have to see why!      

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How to: Make This Easy DIY Refrigerator Organizer

By: Faith-towers Mar 24, 2015
How-To: Easy DIY Refrigerator Organizer
Photo: Faith Towers

I don't know about you, but I'll take all the help I can get in the organization department. And the refrigerator seemed like the perfect place for an organizational hub - the kitchen is where people tend to congregate, so it's the most logical place to keep lists, cards, etc. Click through to check out my full tutorial.   

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How To: Make Ombré Easter Eggs

By: Diy maven Mar 24, 2015
Photo: Country Living

Can hardboiled eggs be a design statement? If they're ombré Easter eggs they can. Country Living takes the guesswork out of getting the graduated colors just right, supplying the ratios of water to food dye. From 2 drops toContinue Reading

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Make It: Adorable AND Easy DIY Jewelry Holder

By: Capreek Mar 23, 2015
Photo: Lay Baby Lay

Can we take a moment and all agree that these jewelry holders are ridiculously cute? Yes? Okay, great. Now, let's find out how to make 'em!     Continue Reading

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How-To: Simple Mudcloth Planter

By: Rachel mae smith Mar 23, 2015
DIY Mudcloth Planter
Photo: Francois et Moi

If there's one thing I know about spring, it's that the desire to buy all the houseplants is strong. But what is a houseplant without an adorable planter? You don't need to have much drawing ability to make this decorative and beautiful piece for your house. Plus the whole project can't take more than an hour to do. Queue getting in your car to go to your local nursery now...

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How to: Make a Colorful Geometric Welcome Mat

By: Rachel mae smith Mar 20, 2015
DIY Geometric Welcome Mat
Photo: Rachel Mae Smith

Spring may just be my favorite season. Everything is colorful, there are flowers everywhere and the weather is just the right temperature. With the new season also comes spring showers. Instead of tracking extra moisture in your house, make this geometric welcome mat!    Continue Reading

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How To: Make Spring Kitchen Linens in 3 Easy Steps

By: Diy maven Mar 20, 2015

Photo: Simple Simon and Company

Elizabeth shows us how to brighten up plain linens just in time for spring. Her easy 3-step process will make anyone look like an appliqué pro in no time. The secret, of course, is Heat n' Bond, which should be in every DIYer's arsenal ofContinue Reading

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How To: Make a DIY Geometric Wooden Planter or Catch-all

By: Capreek Mar 19, 2015
Photo: Dream a Little Bigger

I'd be lying if I said I wasn't completely obsessed with planters right now. My plant collection is slowly growing and, obviously, each one needs its own container! I have a few awaiting homes and I think these DIY wooden geometric planters may be the perfect solution.      Continue Reading

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Make 'Em: Cheeky Emoji Easter Eggs

By: Diy maven Mar 18, 2015
Photo: DIY Studio

Easter eggs + Emoji. = A match made in crafter's heaven. These cheeky (and darling) little guys come from the mind of Kelly, who suggests we useContinue Reading

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How to: Make a Simple Freestanding Shelving Unit

By: Rachel mae smith Mar 18, 2015
DIY Shelving Unit
Photo: Carrie Waller

I've been on the hunt for a unique bookcase for a while, but am striking out when it comes to finding something in my price range. If you're like me and fed up with those assembly required bookcases, but don't have a fortune to spend on the one of your dreams, make it instead! While this tutorial uses power tools, the step by step instructions make it easier than you might think. It might even take less effort than trying to figure out the Ikea instructions, but see for yourself! 

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Roundup: 10 Fantastic DIY Storage Boxes, Baskets And Containers

By: Faith-towers Mar 17, 2015
Roundup: 10 Fantastic DIY Storage Boxes, Baskets And Containers
Photo: Hometalk

Store-bought boxes and bins can be prohibitively expensive if you're trying to get organized on a budget, but that's no excuse - there are plenty of DIY storage container projects that won't break the bank (and they're pretty, too!). Here are ten of my favorites.   

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Make It: DIY Color Coded Cutting Boards

By: Capreek Mar 13, 2015
Photo: Dream a Little Bigger

Let's face it: food poisoning is pretty much the worst. To help avoid mixing your meat juices with, say, your veggies, color coded and labeled cutting boards are a great idea. Here's how to make your own!     Continue Reading

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From Fail to Fabulous: A Genius Refrigerator Makeover

By: Diy maven Mar 13, 2015

Photo: General Splendour

Tracy tried to paint her old and rusty refrigerator to make it look like stainless. That resulted in a huge fail. But did Tracy give up? Of course not! SheContinue Reading

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Make It: Super Fast and Easy Typographic Sharpie Mug

By: Diy maven Mar 11, 2015
Photo: Good and Messy

Bridget used alphabet stickers to make some very sweet Sharpie mugs. The procedure couldn't be easier: place stickers on mug and then use a colorful Sharpie to apply dots creating a cool negative space monogram. She used regular Sharpies for her project, butContinue Reading

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