Surprisingly the usually sunny city of Denver has been pretty gloomy lately so I was happy to come across colorful and cheery projects around the web this week. You’ll be happy when you see them too, especially the geometric favor boxes.
Paper Bullet Bunting 1 of 13A cool alternative to the traditional triangle bunting.
Click here for the tutorial from A Subtle Revelry
Homemade Playdough 2 of 13I know homemade playdough isn't anything new but I'm impressed with the vibrant colors that Jenny created. Learn her secret!
Click here for the tutorial from Jenny on Hello Bee
Pom Scarf 3 of 13Scarves make even your plainest outfit cuter. The neon poms are a perfect touch.
Click here for the tutorial from Purl Bee
Paper Topiary 4 of 13I love topiaries but I'm not confident in my green thumb skills. A paper version is a good alternative.
Click here for the tutorial from The House That Lars Built
Geometric Wedges 5 of 13Adding a little pattern is a great way to update and customize a favorite pair of shoes.
Click here for the tutorial from Sincerely Kinsey
Kid Table 6 of 13Kids table can be surprisingly expensive but this cute one was built for only about $30. Score!
Click here for the tutorial from Strawberry Chic
Stamp Set 7 of 13Stamping isn't just a camp craft anymore. Make your own geometric designs for a modern look.
Click here for the tutorial from ISLY
Neon Wood Magnets 8 of 13Replace the ugly pizza place promotional magnet on your fridge with one of these hip ones.
Click here for the tutorial from Swoon Studio
Reclaimed Wood Wall 9 of 13I know wood paneling seems so dated but this cool update used in small doses is very cool.
Click here for the tutorial on Apartment Therapy
Clay Ring Dish 10 of 13My jewelry is helplessly disorganized. This small bowl is a cute way to keep it safe.
Click here for the tutorial from Honestly WTF
Geometric Favor Boxes 11 of 13It wouldn't even matter what you put in these favor boxes, they're cool just by themselves.
Click here for the tutorial from Hey Look on Ruffled
Bead Necklace 12 of 13I love the multi strand look of this necklace. It would be a great project to tackle while watching your favorite TV shows.
Click here for the tutorial from Andrea on Design Mom
String Tie Envelopes 13 of 13I love this style of envelope and I'm so happy I now know how to make my own.
Click here for the tutorial from Minieco