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Best DIY Projects of the Week

holiday DIY projects
I’ve spent a good part of the week packing up my party and craft supplies as we prepare for our move and it still hasn’t deterred me from wanting to do more craft projects. How can I resist when there are so many cool ideas out there? This week my top pick is the gold dipped bowl, what’s yours?


  • Gold Dipped Bowls 1 of 10
    Gold Dipped Bowls
    Make a pretty vessel to hold your jewels.
    Get the tutorial from Curbly
  • Felt Scallop Wreath 2 of 10
    Felt Scallop Wreath
    I love wreaths and felt. Win win.
    Get the tutorial from A Bit of Sunshine
  • Truck Birthday Invitations 3 of 10
    Truck Birthday Invitations
    The cutest invitations for a little boys birthday party.
    Get the tutorial from My Life as a Sugar Lander
  • Candleholders 4 of 10
    Candleholders
    These look like a something you would find in a mod shop.
    Get the tutorial from How About Orange
  • Homemade Stamp 5 of 10
    Homemade Stamp
    I need to work on my x-acto knife skills to make my own stamps.
    Get the tutorial from Hue and Hum
  • Holiday Soap Wrappers 6 of 10
    Holiday Soap Wrappers
    You could use this wrapping for candy bars or other small gifts too.
    Get the tutorial from Funky Time
  • Paper Gift Bags 7 of 10
    Paper Gift Bags
    Gift wrapping can be expensive so why not make your own?
    Get the tutorial from Hello Sandwich
  • Modern Perforated Trees 8 of 10
    Modern Perforated Trees
    I saw the ceramic version of these at West Elm and loved them. Now I know how to make my own.
    Get the tutorial on Curbly
  • Swizzel Sticks 9 of 10
    Swizzel Sticks
    If you want to add some sparkle to your holiday drinks, make some of these stir sticks.
    Get the tutorial on Odessa May
  • Holiday Tea Towels 10 of 10
    Holiday Tea Towels
    Make everything festive around your house, including your kitchen towels.
    Get the tutorial on She Blogs She Blogs

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