This week I was looking to feature four completely different projects! These DIY projects would work for getting excited for spring, needing a special DIY gift, loves peppermint, or just sick of throwing crayons away. I hope you enjoy them!
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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 Laci, Michelle, Elizabeth, and Melissa for allowing me to share their projects and tips!
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DIY Peppermint & Oatmeal Soap
Laci from Sequins In The South made this amazing soap that looks good enough to eat! If you give this as a present you may want to make sure they know it is soap… LOL. Made with peppermint, oatmeal, and essential oils this be moisturizing and be amazing to use.
Laci is a mom of 2 who hopes to inspire other to create and loves all things DIY! Plus, she is also a planner addict with lots of printable![bctt tweet=”Make your own #soap that looks so amazing you may be tempted to eat it! @CarlsonLaci #DIYsoap”]
DIY Easy Spring Wreath
Michelle from Thrifty DIY Diva made this supper adorable spring wreath! I love how wreaths can spice up your decor and they can be super inexpensive to make. I think she made this one for under $10. Plus, you can truly customize this to fit you color schemes.
Michelle loves all things food, which drove her to start a blog about it. Her favorite thing to do is create recipes, like her Cowboy Cornbread Meatloaf and Peppermint Oreo Lasagna. But what she especially loves about food blogging is that she gets to share recipes that help people save money, instead of going out to eat.[bctt tweet=”This super cute wreath will makes me so very excited for #Spring! @ThriftyDIYDiva #DIY”]
DIY Recycle Broken Crayons
Elizabeth from Mommy Gone Tropical and I both share the same pet peeve! We both hate to throw away broken crayons. After trying one tutorial that was extremely messy; she found herself a much better way to bring them back to life.
Elizabeth is Deaf, Daydreamer, Stay At Home Mommy, In Love For 8 Years, Making Florida Her Home, Crafty, 100% Caffeinated, and Seashell Hoarder. You will enjoy her fun take on life![bctt tweet=”Recycle those broke #Crayons today with this fun tutorial! #Momlife”]
DIY Hair Ties
Melissa from Everyday Savvy loves to make these super cute hair ties! They are so much cheaper to make than buying them places like Anthropologie, Sephora and Claire’s. Plus you can pick any color and even customize them with a cute flower.
Melissa is Metro Detroit busy mom, avid shopper, travel lover, real life fashion fan, and bargain hunter striving to live her best life everyday. She loves to help others reach their budget goals by shopping sales, practical couponing, and some amazing DIY projects.[bctt tweet=”Quit buying ugly hair ties! #DIY some super cute ones! @MyEverydaySavvy”]
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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