home: made [ hanging organiser ]

home: made [ hanging organiser ]

We spotted this sleek and simple diy project for a hanging organiser. With the use of some wooden dowels, rope and a drill, you are good to go.

Adapt your hanging ladder to suit your needs and what you intend to use it for. We think it’s great for hanging photos, and art! A lovely idea for adults and kids.

Head to yourdiyfamily.com for all the details

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home: made [ book shelf ]

home: made [ book shelf ]

If you’re looking for a new challenge with a cool well designed modern piece of furniture as the result then this u tube video from Sikana is for you.

Just from wooden pallets broken down for their wood, with basic carpenter tools you can create this really stylish shelving unit.

home: made [ laundry basket ]

home: made [ laundry basket ]

As functional as a laundry basket is, it’s not always easy to find one that works in your space. So why not make your own!

This tutorial from abeautifulmess.com takes you through the steps of making a cotton and canvas bag with handles. It will stand in a corner of a room or you can hang it off the back of a door.

Personalise it with your choice of fabric for the perfect practical accessory.

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home: made [ painted plates ]

home: made [ painted plates ]

Head to DIYnCrafts to find 25 great diy ideas to design and get creative with plates design.

Create unique, personalised, colour specific, pattern specific, or even event specific – for that perfect gift, to create to perfect place setting or to match in with your home decor.

You could use a fun image and the name to personalise for a kids party or christening gift. Or you could design a pattern in the colours perfect for your wedding. Or even for a home dinner party customise each plate so it’s personal to the guest using it.

home: event [ macrame workshop ]

Get in quick and get your place at this Thursdays macrame workshop at West Elm, Tottenham Court Road, London.

They say;

Learn how to create the most iconic of all macramé projects: the Plant Hanger. Brooke will show you how to create a hanger out of cotton rope tied into simple square knots and half square knots. This project is totally customizable and deal for beginner’s who are keen to learn the basic knots and techniques that will hold the pot perfectly

Thursday 28 June / 6.15pm – 8.15pm

home: made [ picture frame ]

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 ]

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