This month’s DIY project in partnership with Project Nursery is the most simple and charming DIY photo display. Once you have all items in hand, you can finish this DIY project is less than 15 minutes. It’s super easy. To see the full step-by-step instructions visit Project Nursery.
We put together a DIY indigo apron tutorial that is adorable. With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, we thought this DIY indigo apron could make a
last minute unique and very special gift for mom. This project is super easy. I promise you that before you know it, you too will be pretending you just baked for 2 hours like I am right here. So, what do you say? Just click through to see the full step-by-step instructions. Enjoy!
Our latest DIY piece for Project Nursery is a cute modern-looking paper mobile. We’ve put together a very easy tutorial to create this fun little project. Making a custom mobile is a great way to add a personal touch to the baby’s nursery. Nursery mobiles can also make a unique and personal gift for the new mama. Oh, and did I mention that this project is super budget-friendly? So visit Project Nursery here to download the paper pattern templates and see the full step-by-step instructions.
Spring this year came a little sooner than usual. Then it kind of waved us goodbye again and the temperature dropped. But now, it is officially Spring and that gets us thinking about outside dining, cookouts, and afternoons by the pool. I have been wanting to hand dye a couple of home items for quite some time. From placemats, to throw quilts or pillow cases. So, the other day I wore my plastic blue gloves and finally did it. Making hand dyed indigo napkins is a fun way to add more pattern and color to the table setting making the next mealtime a little extra special.
1- Napkins (you can order the same ones I used here, or use what you have in your home)
2- Tie dye kit (I recommend this one here because it comes with the dye as well as a couple of tools, like the rubber bands, gloves, popsicle sticks and square wooden pieces)
4- Large bucket
We’ve partnered with Project Nursery once again for another DIY project. And guess what, if you still have some left over copper pipes from our previous projects like this one here or this one here, you might have all the materials you will need. We’ve put together a very simple and stylish DIY clothes rack for those cute baby clothes. This hanging rack is a functional idea to keep the nursery organized. Click here to see the step-by-step instructions at Project Nursery.
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Today I am sharing our latest project in partnership with Project Nursery. These two free instant printable art prints will make your heart skip a beat. Since Love Day is fast approaching, we’ve decided to put together two charming 5×7 printables to celebrate this special time. It turns out that giving some love to your walls can be super easy. Just download, print, and frame. What’s not to love, right? And, while we’ve designed these pieces for the walls, you can also use them as cute Valentine’s day cards.
Download 5×7 printables here
Visit Project Nursery to see more and start framing today.
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What can you do with some copper hardware and chunky yarn? Well, a gorgeous wall tapestry off course! We’ve put together another DIY project in partnership with Project Nursery. We’ve designed a DIY wall hanging tapestry that is easy to make, affordable, and it looks super GOOD. You can use this décor item in the baby nursery, as well as a bedroom, or family room. So, visit the post here to see the step-by-step instructions and all the materials you will need. Happy decorating!
I am thrilled to have partnered with Project Nursery, one of my favorite kids’ blog. In case you never heard of them, you must check them out. At Project Nursery’s blog you will find tips about kids décor, kids parties, and everything that is trending in the baby world.
For this partnership, I will be writing about one DIY project every month. These projects will range from simple, yet elegant décor for kids’ spaces, to free printables and more. So let me give you a sneak peek of our first DIY project for Project Nursery.
Because almost every baby will have a difficult time transitioning from crib to big bed, we decided to create a DIY headboard to make that milestone more fun. For more details and to see all instructions about this very simple DIY project, visit Project Nursery here.
Oh, and just in case you have any ideas of projects you would like to see, feel free to contact us. Since Project Nursery is all about baby, think about projects that would target mamas that are decorating their kids’ spaces.
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Did you find time to do some gardening last weekend? Did you prune some of your outdoor shrubs? Did you bring any greenery inside your house? Well, here is an idea for your next plant arrangement.
Gardening to me is like therapy. Well, I have never been to therapy before, but I promise you, it is just like it. The key to a happy gardening therapy session is to choose the right time of the day and to keep the session short. Last week, after pruning some evergreens, I decided to bring some of that evergreen inside the house. So I clipped away and then selected a few beautiful branches to display in two vases.
When putting a plant arrangement together, I like to combine two different shrubs in one single vase (preferably a large one), or display two complementing vases side by side with the two different shrubs to create a more interesting visual impact. I like to play with height and width, and I usually end up with a high arrangement next to a shorter and chubby one. It always seems like that is the best visually balance pair.
There is no need to buy anything to complete a project like this. If you want to dust off those gardening gloves, just use what you have around the house. If you don’t have pretty vases laying around the house, a 2 liter bottle of soda cut in half would be a great start. Clip what you have in the garden and start making your own arrangements. It’s so easy! And your house gets an instant touch of fresh greenery.
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How does caring for a dying fiddle leaf fig plant turned into a DIY graphic basket project? Well, I have been struggling to keep my two fig plants alive for the past 5 months. They used to be so full and so green. But slowly, they are losing lots of leafs. After changing how regularly I water them and adding fertilizer, I decided that I had to find another spot for them in the house. Once I moved them around, I immediately found myself a new house project. Right next to one of the pots, this old brass-colored basket was looking so shy. That big vase was just too much for that old basket. The basket looked naked, or just not charming enough. I have been seeing some gorgeous graphic baskets from Serena and Lily. So I thought that it would be fun to try and mimic the look of these adorable storage baskets. With the project in my mind, I searched the house for materials. I found some tape in the garage and some leftover paint. All I was missing was black spray paint. I quickly stopped by my parents house to steal their black spray paint I had purchased for another project and 10 minutes later, I had all the materials I needed and I could claim this was a cost FREE project.
This was a pretty easy little project. First, I covered the basket with black paint. I left it to dry for two days since I was going to be using tape over the freshly painted black paint. After two days, I taped my design, painted it white (with a hint of silver), and voila! It was all done.
From an old brass-colored basket to a truly one-of-a-kind graphic basket. For more projects and updates follow us on IG. Have you seen how we made a modern-looking oversized chandelier? Head on over here to see details.