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Best DIY Projects of the Week

diy projects
Usually I say that I’m going to try some of these projects out but I can’t guarantee anything for the next 17 days since I’ll be watching the Olympics and that is my one and only goal. I guess I’ll bookmark them to do when I’m having withdrawals after they’re over.

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  • Stamped Napkins 1 of 10
    Stamped Napkins
    You could personalize these for any occasion.
    Click here for the tutorial on The Proper Pinwheel
  • Crepe Paper Poms 2 of 10
    Crepe Paper Poms
    Were used to the tissue paper poms but I like this variation.
    Click here for the tutorial on The Sweetest Occasion
  • Chevron Wall Art 3 of 10
    Chevron Wall Art
    I've been looking for some art for my bare walls. Maybe I will make my own.
    Click here for the tutorial on Refinery 29
  • Painted Frame Wall 4 of 10
    Painted Frame Wall
    A little something different than just the usual plain painted wall.
    Click here for the tutorial on More Design Please
  • Hammock 5 of 10
    I've never thought of making my own hammock. Genius!
    Click here for the tutorial on Design Sponge
  • Wedding Cake Pinata 6 of 10
    Wedding Cake Pinata
    Wow! That's all I can say.
    Click here for the tutorial from Brittany on the Etsy blog
  • Marble Maze 7 of 10
    Marble Maze
    You could keep your kids busy making this and trying to master it.
    Click here for the tutorial on Hello Bee
  • Mounted Narwhal 8 of 10
    Mounted Narwhal
    Who knew a narwhal could be cute?
    Click here for the tutorial on One More Mushroom
  • Paper Strip Tray 9 of 10
    Paper Strip Tray
    Give an old tray a new life with this tutorial.
    Click here for the tutorial on Say Yes to Hoboken
  • Long Taper Candles 10 of 10
    Long Taper Candles
    A great way to distract from some bad frosting skills.
    Click here for the tutorial on Oh Happy Day

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