This week I was looking to feature four completely different projects! These DIY projects would work for getting excited for Hand Knitted Cozies, Chalkboard Front Door, Hexagon Wall, and Under-Stairs Playhouse.
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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 Julie, Jodi, Carolyn, and Julia for allowing me to share their projects and tips!
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DIY Hand Knitted Mason Jar Cozies
Julie from Julie is Coco and Cocoa made these adorable knitted cozies using bulky yarn and her FINGERS! How cool is that!!! I love knitting and this project looks very easy to do and quick to make. I could totally see these as vase with some lovely wildflowers in them. Wouldn’t that be a beautiful gift?
Julie is a mom of 3 boys which includes a set of twins, married to her best friend, loves knitting and crochet, from Texas, quotes Gilmore Girls, and has beautiful blog you will enjoy![bctt tweet=”Beautiful Hand #Knitted Cozies with #Free Pattern @CocoandCocoa”]
DIY Chalkboard Front Door
Jodi from Meaningful Mama was tired of seeing those icky yellow sticky notes on her front door. With all the chalkboard craze she figured this would be a fun project to add a little personalization to her front door. I wish I could do this mine, but it is full glass… Oh, well I have a lot of other places to make chalkboards.
Jodi is Wife of the perfect partner for her, Mother of Three, Lover of fun, creativity, cooking, adventure, puzzles, games, and family. The heart of her blog is the character development series for teaching kid, but also includes parenting tips, crafts, recipes, cakes and more. She has a degree in education, but instead has choose being home with her kids… which she loves most of the time.[bctt tweet=”Ditch the icky sticky note on your front door, and instead make a #chalkboard! @MeaningfulMamaJ”]
DIY Hexagon Wall for Teen Boy
Carolyn from CC McAfee Perspective wanted to do a bold wall for her teen son who is into rubik’s cubes and math, but like most teen boys not to descriptive of what he wanted for his room. He was very excited when they settled on hexagons. This is a very cool statement wall and the colors look amazing together.
Carolyn started blogging in 2005 after they moved from Utah to Buffalo, New York. Her goal was to connected to her family and friends, as well as keep their family history. She and her husband have 4 kids and is a very active person who loves running.[bctt tweet=”Very fun hexagon statement wall for your teen’s bedroom @ccmperspective #teen #decor”]
DIY Under-Stairs Playhouse
Julia from The Quiet Grove shared her friend Brynn project for the ultimate kids dream play place. Plus this project would be a great way to use some usually dead space in your home. Even I want to go in there and hideout!
Julia likes to blog on Parenting, Health, Education, Homemaking, Updates on life, Blogging, Travel, and Personal improvement. She has 3 crazy wonderful kids who her husband and her both are involved in raising and educating (yes they homeschool).[bctt tweet=”Make a dream play area with Under-Stairs House! @TheQuietGrove #Kid #decor”]
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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)!
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