This week I was looking to feature four completely different projects! These DIY projects would work for someone redecorating, on a budget, loves to sew, or trying to educate their kids. I hope you enjoy them!
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, Manon, Sarah, and Aleesha 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 Sock Monkey
Heather from H and P Artistry made this super cute sock monkey! I love how she picked bright socks. Goodbye, boring gray! You little one will love this and the great thing is you can choose arm and leg length if you make the sock monkey yourself.
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=”#DIY Colorful Sock Monkey! @HandPArtistry”]
DIY Burlap Flower Pots
Manon from Simply Manon was tired of seeing those ugly plastic pots that her herbs and flowers came in. So she created this amazing burlap covers for them. Burlap is very affordable and would be an amazing way to dress up something so ordinary.
Manon likes to blog about Travel, Food and Blogging and lots more. She currently works in the tourism industry and loves to meet people from around the world.[bctt tweet=”Cover up those ugly plant pots with this adorable burlap covers! #DIY #Decorating @SimplyManon “]
DIY Alphabet Pockets
Sarah from Little Bins for Little Hands made this very cute alphabet pockets using an over the door organizer. This is a great project that encourages your child to learn the alphabet! I love projects like this and how easy you could make one of these.
Sarah is a stay at home mom. Before that she was a fitness professional running up to 60 miles a week while training clients 25 hours a week. Sarah blogs about hands-on learning including STEM and sensory.[bctt tweet=”I love this #DIY Alphabet pocket project! #ihsnet @SarahLiitlebins “]
DIY Plywood Plank Flooring
Aleesha from Everyday Creative was tired of seeing linoleum in the house they purchased, and came up with the idea to make stained plywood flooring. Even though she admits it was more expensive than she originally thought it would be; she still loved doing the project, and has even added it to more of the house.
Aleesha loves to tackle any project big or small! She also finds the most happiness in singing her kids to sleep or cuddling in on a chilly Sunday Morning.[bctt tweet=”On a budget? #DIY up some plywood flooring! #Decor @EverydayCreativ”]
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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