I have been so honored by the overwhelming support of my fellow bloggers! Since they have been so supportive of this DIY feature, it will now become a regular Monday feature on my blog. I hope you will continue to stop by on Mondays at 7 am to see next weeks featured bloggers.
I have been on a major DIY kick lately! You could probably tell by my Pinterest boards, because I have a lot of future DIY projects planned. So here are a few of my inspirations for this week from some very talented bloggers. Thanks so much to Heather, Zen, Holly, and Orana for allowing me to share their projects and tips!
Please visit each blog for full instructions, and let them know how much you appreciate all their talent, and hard work that goes in to making amazing DIY projects. They would love some extra pins and comments!
DIY T-Shirt Shopping Bag
Heather from H and P Artistry made this really cool shopping bag out of old t-shirt. How fun is that! I have an old Hard Rock Cafe t-shirt that doesn’t fit anymore 🙁 but this would be a great project for it. These bags would be great for shopping or even a knitting bag.
Heather is a mom to a teen, Sewist, entrepreneur, and Blogger; as well as so many other things just like you. She not only shares her tips and tricks but also her mistakes. I love when fellow bloggers are confident enough to do that![bctt tweet=”#Upcycle your favorite T-shirt into a Shopping Bag! @HandPArtistry “]
DIY Anthropologie Inspired: 15 min necklace
Zen from Hapiness Wherever loves to wander by Anthropologie, but has never bought anything (just too expensive). She loves to get inspired by all their beautiful jewelry. She has shared with us a quick 15 minute project. I mean who doesn’t have time to do that!
Zen is from Singapore, and is currently in London. Hence, her blog name Hapiness Wherever! And, yes she does realize she spelled hapiness wrong, but that is how she likes it! You will enjoy her fun DIY blog with no project over 15 minutes.[bctt tweet=”A Quick 15 Minute Necklace inspired by Anthropologie! @hapinesswhereve #jewelry”]
DIY Vintage Upcycled Jewelry Holder
Holly from The Coconut Head’s Survival Guide made this adorable jewelry holder with her grandma’s china and some yard sale candlesticks. I love how cute this is with beads laying over the side. This would be a super easy project that you could have some sentimental meanings behind.
Holly is a breast cancer survivor and advocate. She encourages everyone to take the bad and make something good out of it. Her blog is a true inspiration![bctt tweet=”DIY Jewelry Holder with #Vintage Dishes! @PinkFortitude “]
DIY Magic Paint for Kids
Orana from Crazy Little Family Adventure kids love to do experiments and school work. I can understand why! This is a really cool project for little ones. I love how with a few simple ingredients (most parents have at home) you can create something your kids will love!
Orana is an expat Mom blogger originally from Peru but now lives in Bali with her family. She is teaching her kids through world travel and art. You will enjoy her fun take on life![bctt tweet=”Make some #Fun DIY Paint with you kids! @CLFAdventure #DIY”]
Never Miss Another DIY Project!
So I hope to get a few of these amazing projects done soon. I think we all need a little creative time to stay sane. Maybe I can disappear in to the craft room soon (aka hide from kids)!
Love these projects?
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