home: made [ picture frame ]
We love these Scandi inspired hanging frames, made simply from some wooden rods, magnets, cord and your favourite prints.
Perfect for adding to a picture wall, or in a kids room, you can quickly and easily swap pictures around when you fancy a change.
Head to homeyohmy.com for all the details
home: made [ kitchen magnets ]
Looking for a cute easy project to make some great kitchen magnets? We found three great online projects
First, a fun simple project. Metallics are very on trend so how about getting some colourful alphabet magnets and spraying them with a metallic paint? It’s so quick and effective. They’ll be fun for the kids but still look stylish in your kitchen. Head to Kojo Designs for the full tutorial.
Second, a handy mini storage project. Create magnetic little boxes to pop pens, cutlery, plants or anything else small that might need containing – using vintage tins or tins from certain food products and then attach good strong magnets to them with strong glue.
And third, try hand painting some stones and attach magnets to make handy memo holders! Use geometric designs for a great on trend look and paint with colours to match your interior. Or even add initials on to personalise them.
Check out the tutorial from Alisa Burke
home: made [ beaded chandeliers ]
Beaded chandeliers have become extremely popular recently, as lighting choices increase and become more accessible.
Unfortunately these chandeliers can be quiet expensive, so why not try making your own. There are various designs to choose from and it won’t cost a fortune.
We have found some tutorials to guide you.
home: made [ dying bed linen ]
We love this DIY for dying bed linen from A Merry Mishap Blog.
Straight forward and concise, this great tutorial will produce on-trend looks for your bed linen.
Get creative with old plain bed sheets and pillow cases or pick up plain bedding from high street stores including Argos, John Lewis or go for bargain bedding from eBay!
home: made [ woven wall hanging ]
Not is all it seems with this diy project. This gorgeous wall hanging is not actually woven at all, but instead done with a glue gun.
Find yourself a piece of rug, yarn for tassels, and felt balls for the basics and then with the additions of a wooden rod and a glue gun, you are good to go.
Follow the very simple tutorial at abeautifulmess.com
home: made [ concrete ]
One of our favourite diy sites, Brit + Co, has another amazing project to try. With concrete being so stylish and on trend, we absolutely love this straight forward tutorial to make cool, concrete lighting. Perfect for an industrial or minimalist interior, these shades follow a reasonably easy process to make, with equipment and materials all available at your local high street hardware store.
home: made [ printing on ceramics ]
Sometimes you wish you could have a specific design on a particular item but not sure how to achieve it.
If we take a ceramic tumbler or pot for example, we have seen in the past how creative you can be with a Sharpie pen or washi tape. Today we share another way to get a sharp precise finish using printed graphics on decal paper.
This extremely simple diy project allows you to create any design you like and then transfer to ceramics.
Head to homeyohmy.com to get the details