After a long break I am back again with a very simple home decor tutorial on how to make DIY hexagon wall shelf with popsicles.
I have rather had a rough and tight week this month and honestly although I did craft and spend time teaching myself to watercolor, I was so lazy to open this blog! And finally here I am, with a promise to update you guys with all the pending posts at the earliest 🙂 I have always been fascinated by these DIY floating wall shelves tutorials but then here in India we don’t DIY so much so I was refraining myself from trying them. But then again I found these easy alternative to using wooden palette for the shelves and don’t you think they turned out pretty? Only con – you cant put more load on them just in case they crash down!
A simple hack to turn an old candle pretty! Yes a post on how to decorate candles and this time its a burlap ribbon wrapped candles ! You wont believe how gorgeous they actually look.
This project is simple but a lifesaver for all the unattractive candles lying around at home. I am a hoarder of scented candles but over time they lose their pretty appeal, especially when they start drooling down . Lately, my obsession has shifted to jars, especially when I think about all the drooling and wax drippings which can be avoided. However, then I realized, the jar also becomes ugly with little wax sticking here and there, after you start using the candle . Look how untidy it looks now!
Love making paper flowers ? Then this swirl paper roses are the perfect ones. Such a simple craft and lets bet that you won’t stop till you make hundreds of them!
My crafting world has gone haywire thanks to all the work at office and because I feel like I need to rest more when I am back than work myself up with blog and crafts. Anyways valentines day is nearing and if you haven’t yet decided on what to give your loved ones, stay tuned for tutorials on simple handmade love for your valentine. Lets start with handmade swirl paper roses which looks totally pretty and are so so so really easy to make. Trust me they are so simple and beautiful! And in case you like to check out more paper flower tutorial, don’t forget to check them on my blog.
Made these DIY geometric lampshade for my crafting table and I cant believe how easy it has been. Cut out triangles and assemble to make these pretty shade !!
I made these pretty DIY geometric lampshade as my very first DT post for Itsybitsy and I loved how they turned out to be. I think its the colors. I always love this combination of blue and green. Vibrant and pretty! I made these out of foam boards and you can buy them from itsybitsy. These boards are durable and easy to work with and also are available in various shades other than white.
Make these easy Christmas DIY geometric paper ornaments following the tutorial. I had dreaded making them thinking they are so difficult but I was wrong!
Welcome to yet another Christmas craft. Can you smell christmas? I literally can and that smell takes me back to the time when I was very young. The Christmas of that time is probably the most memorable one I had! We dont have a white christmas here in India in fact its summery christmas but that doesnt stop me from decorating any less. I tried these DIY geometric paper ornaments this weekend and I loved how they turned out to be. I have a feeling that with the amount of DIY ornaments I am making, I might need a seperate storage area for Christmas decor items! Anyways this craft is a little intimadating if you hated maths but hey its fun to bring out your geometry box and relive your school days! Lets head straight to tutorial then
The last few months of they year are often festive filled with dusshera, diwali and christmas. Do you love crafting and getting ready for the festive season? I do absolutely! Here is a fun diwali craft and its really really simple. These paper diyas could be a very fun filled activity for kids too this diwali 🙂
Brighten your festive decor with DIY paper lantern
Are you guys gearing up for the festive season ahead? When my international readers are getting set for thanksgiving, my Indian counterparts are planning for an elaborate festive season with dusshera and diwali coming up. Here is one festive decor that never goes out of fashion – lights. I have a simple tutorial to make these pretty paper lantern using very basic supplies but not here! Enjoy the pictures and scroll right to bottom for link to Sharon’s home decor blog where I have the shared the tutorial 🙂