If you spend much time in the online DIY/craft sphere (guilty as charged!), chances are you've noticed a whole lot of paper flower love lately. And I'm not talking about those paper flowers you made as a kid that were all scraggly and sad, these are seriously stunning creations that people are posting. Lucky for you, we've rounded up seven of the prettiest and best paper flower tutorials all in one spot -- ENJOY!
A self-described design enthusiast, Nancy Marcus Gueret managed to achieve what I would call a Regency style family room makeover that will knock your socks off. It's no wonder her friends and family enlist her help with their own decorating dilemmas. Actually, she's done a multiple room makeover job that's as good as any decorator I've ever seen.
One last visit to the successes of the final year of the last decade...
The Long Thread has assembled 100 great tutorials published in 2009."It was a good year in the online crafting world. Here’s a list of 100 craft and sewing tutorials of 2009, not ranked in a particular order. I made a similar list last year that continues to be popular. This year I decided to include my own tutorials! Feel free to comment and link to your favorites, as I’m sure that I’ve left many off the list. It’s amazing how much creativity is out there. So go make something in 2010. Happy New Year! Those marked with an asterisk are pictured above."
Frugal and Thriving scoured the internets and found 45 of some of the best diy bag tutorials out there. Choose from big bags and little bags, grocery store bags and cosmetic bags and everything in between.