I really love simple art and I have been looking for something I could DIY for my guest bedroom. I am drawn to the movement of ink crosshatch. Artists do some seriously cool things with crosshatch, but my experience with it is what I doodled on my paper in college when I should have been taking notes. I decided to make a simple piece of art drawing lots of lines. Here is how I did it.
It's a common problem... you get back from a big trip with a ton of gorgeous photos, but you don't know what to do them. Well, there's good news - there are lots of things you can do with them! Here are ten of our favorite ways to use those travel photos once you get home.
Finding large-scale art for your walls can be a difficult task, and finding something affordable can be even harder. So today we're sharing ideas for creating beautiful art for big walls on a budget. Click through for ten of our favorite projects.
Remember doing sun prints in grade school?! It's a bit of a lost art so I was happily surprised to see it on the Oriental Trading blog! Check out what they were used for!
I absolutely LOVE this! And you will too...especially if you yearn (like I do) to hone your drawing skills. Check it out, Brittany Jepsen from The House That Lars Built is presenting an outstanding 31-day flower drawing challenge via instructional videos on YouTube. She started with How to Draw a Poppy (video below) on May 1st, and
I'm a HUGE fan of DIY when it comes to wall art. Not because I don't know any artists I like - on the contrary actually, there are so many creatives whose works I adore. But good quality art is expensive, so while I save my pretty pennies and wait for just the right piece to come along, I'm going to fill my walls with DIYs in the meantime!
Do you have a brown thumb? Or perhaps you love paper? Or maybe you just like pretty things? Well, whatever the case may be - you're sure to love this stunning paper Chinese Money Plant project. Keep reading to check it out.
Maybe I'm generalising just a little bit, but I truly believe most people can't resist a good Easter egg hunt. And if you're taking part in one this year, whether you've got young kids or you're just a big kid at heart, you'll need something on hand to collect all that chocolate loot!
Valentine's Day is coming up quickly, and it's a common opinion that most men are difficult to buy for... so why not make a thoughtful gift for him instead? Here are ten of our very favorite DIY gifts from around the web for that special guy in your life.
I have to admit that my library for home DIY repairs and projects is quite extensive. Books from helping fix appliances to how to make your own drapes, I've almost got them all. Here are a few of the handiest that I would suggest you keep on hand! (How many hand puns can we throw in this post?)
Still life has never looked so fresh. That's because Teri's take on the genre is light, airy and crisp. The raw shapes cut out of tissue paper is what does it. A collection of the produce--including a
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, which means it's time to think about Valentine's Day cards. Hand made, of course. These 10 options take the guesswork out of the undertaking. Super clever, super easy, super adorbs, they're sure to win
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and, thanks to Carmia's matchbox cover printables, we can combine our mushy sentiments with treats in the most adorable way. All we need to make them is empty matchboxes (you can find them on Amazon), sticky tape, printer paper
I love working with flowers. Fresh or fake, they just make me happier. While not all of us have a green thumb (I am not declaring I do as I am still struggling to keep my plants alive), paper flowers are the easiest way to enjoy some new blooms and keep them around far longer than a few days. And you can make this version in a matter of minutes! So hunker down with that hot glue gun and let's get to work.