12 Orange Craft Ideas: Celebrate the Color of the Yearcraftyamy
If you’ve never heard of Pantone, they are the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries. When it comes to color, this group knows what they are doing. Each year they select a “color of the year,” and this year it is Tangerine Tango, a red-y shade of orange. Given that the color of the year is orange, and that one of my favorite blogs in the world is How About Orange, I thought it time to share some orange crafts. They are all different shades of orange, but orange nonetheless. If you love orange DIY action, click through the jump!
Photo courtesy of Pantone
Bunting Jar 1 of 12It's easy to spice up a boring vase or ceramic container with washi tape.
Find the how-to at How About Orange
Circle Wreath 2 of 12Plenty of wood circles give dimension to this cool, bright orange wreath.
Learn how to make it for yourself at Tatertots and Jello
Framed Monogram 3 of 12Add a bright spot to your home decor with a DIY monogram frame.
Find the step-by-step at Crap I've Made
Measuring Tape 4 of 12Spice up a boring tape measure with paper and Mod Podge.
See how it was done at No Big Dill
Chevron Pillow 5 of 12There's a lot of straight sewing involved in making this fun chevron pillow.
Learn how to sew it at Biscuits and Jam
Clock Plate 6 of 12Create a clock in five minutes with a plate and a movement kit.
See how it was done at Creative Jewish Mom
Pocket Skirt 7 of 12You can make this deep pocket skirt with some elastic thread and basic sewing skills.
Find the how-to at MADE
Geometric Tote 8 of 12Use freezer paper to create a cool stencil, then decorate a simple tote with paint.
Get the step-by-step at Modern Mom
Floss Bracelet 9 of 12Making this bracelet is simple - just tie two lengths of chain together with embroidery floss.
Visit the post at Dismount Creative
Cut Out Shirt 10 of 12Upcycle a few t-shirts by cutting out a design and adding a little bit of bleach as an accent.
See the rehab at Hope Studios
Doily Lampshade 11 of 12This shade was made using a doily and light sensitive die.
Get the step-by-step at Lumi
Cute Bags 12 of 12Made from envelopes and pretty tape, these would make great gift bags.
See how they are made at How About Orange
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