The best part, for me, is that these fabric panels will have a much longer lifespan than a paper poster that would eventually get ripped and recycled. Fabric panels don’t get torn and ragged, and when you no longer want them on the wall, you can turn them into pillows, clothes, quilts, tote bags — anything!
The heart-shaped rainbow table looks so cute in our daughter’s bedroom. Mostly it holds her Alexa (Echo Dot) for her bedroom dance parties, but it’s also housed her painted Clay Cafe creations and her LOL dolls. It’s also served as a very fancy stage for her Barbies to perform on.
Some DIY projects just seem to last a lot longer than others, either because my tastes change or our family’s needs change.
For my birthday a couple of weeks ago, my sister came up with the idea of getting me a 3D pen.* (I think she Googled “birthday gift ideas for crafty people who have everything.”) I was surprised and excited when I opened it, since… Continue Reading “3D pen home decor projects”
DIY photo ledges are the perfect solution for our living room. We can easily add new photos without having to rejig a whole gallery wall, and it’s fun to swap out photos seasonally.