What is a day without a bit of DIY? Well, lovelies if you are in the mood for some paper primping we found this truly amazeballs tutorial over on Evie-S; and you can become a pinwheel wizard in next to no time at all. These were originally made for a baby shower – but we think that these would make awesome decoration. Either a centrepiece or mixed up with a bit of bunting… you know style it all up. Anyhoo – well let the words end and the tutorial begin. Have some papery waggery and get yourselves over to Evie S.
The photographic glory belongs to: Evie S
Today has to end on a craft note wethinks, although our prescription for the weekend is to eat ice cream and let golden rays of vitamin D permeate your skin. But, if you do happen to get your mitts on some washi tape then Decor8 have a craftapolooza of design inspiration for you. The one that we have chosen to showcase are these here books! We think that they would make a cutiful takeaway for a wedding or baby shower.
Whatever you decide to do grab some inspiration from Decor8, make your own washi magic!
The photographic glory goes to: Decor8
We are getting a tad concerned that we might require a restraining order from all places crafty the moment because we can’t get enough of making stuff right now and top of the make list is Yarn chandaliers. These objects of DIY lushness make us incredibly happy, they make house decor epicness, but not only that they are a perfect idea for centrepieces and party decoration. So, if you fancy getting your make on this weekend please check out this awesome tutorial on how to make these bad boys on Crafted Love.
The photographic glory goes to: Sarah Yates
When we were ickle bits the best part of the year was Xmas and the crepe paper. We know, we know that it is way too early to be talking about Yule time. But, it certainly isn’t too soon to play with crepe paper as evidenced by this luscious tutorial. If you have a sewing machine handy, and the skills to pay the bills then you need to be getting your make on with these gorgeous crepe paper flowers. Work your paper alchemy with this rather awesome tutorial from the fantastic Today’s Fabulous Finds
The Photographic glory goes to: Today’s Fabulous Finds