Make your own personalised DIY keyholder to match your home style. I made these absolutely floral vintage DIY keyholder with a streatched burlap canvas by decoupaging a floral napkin over 🙂
So as usual I sit down late night after my daughter has slept to put up yet another tutorial post. And I was left wondering if anybody is even reading these posts. If anybody is looking out for the next tutorial or post from thecraftyangels? I have no idea who are my readers although I know there is ample number of visitors but who are you guys? Do drop in a “hi” if you are a regular here 🙂 Coming to the post, remember the DIY Monogram tutorial I did last week ? Today’s post like the last one used a burlap canvas board as a base and you can purchase them from Itsybitsy. I decided to throw away my old key holder which had worn out completely and was definitely not the first thing I wanted anyone to notice as they entered my home. So I made this really pretty entryway DIY key holder and I am sure you would it love it 🙂
DIY Monogram wall frame so perfect for your nursery. Try this absolutely classic chic monogram frame with burlap background and pastel flourishes 🙂
I have become so lazy about crafting and blogging no doubt. To be quite frank I have no idea whats eating up all my time but, I have no time to blog 😛 Maybe its the office work that leaves my brain twisted and devoid of creativity when I reach back or its the messy home that need a little long term overhaul but either ways, I promise that I wont be totally hibernating! Today’s post is on how I made these simple DIY monogram wall art that I am planning to put up in my daughters nursery ( yeah I need to change the monogram from M to G!). I love all the pretty nursery decor ideas ruling pinterest but to be frank, I don’t know where to get all the supplies in India. I know how unpleasant it is when you have all the energy and creativity to make something but you have absolutely no clue as to where from to source the supplies! I have multiple sources and mostly online but I guess I buy things just because I like them and I happen to use them long long later! Okay no blaberrings – straight to the tutorial.
Easy peasy burlap project – tutorial to make burlap ribbon bookmark! They are easy to make and absolutely chic – best gift for your bookworm friend 🙂
I am literaaly struggling to keep up my promise of 4 posts a month and I am sure I cant make the mark this month. Why have I been so busy? Not to mention that next month I will be going home for a week so again my crafty mojo will be lost and God knows when I am going to resume blogging! Blogging is sure a tough job 😛 Coming to today’s tutorial, I made this last month for Itsybitsy but never posted here. I am sure these pretty burlap bookmarks will be a good gift for your bookworm friend and also a reason for you dust up your unread novels and give them a read!
A totally different yest easy burlap rosette flower tutorial. I am sure you might’ve tried the twisted rosette flowers but these swirls burlap rosettes flower is easy to make and sure so yumm!
So I have been MIA for a month but I am back for now. Many people often ask me how I balance work and my blog/crafting, and I wonder of I actually balance them or not? I post maybe 2-3 posts a month and that is quite doable for anyone for that matter if they are really interested in making something new everyday. But this month has been a really long one with loads of work at office and by work I mean tiring work that when I reach home, I just want to go sleep!
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!