10 Beautiful Weekend Projects

From a gorgeous upcycled leather belt bench (something I’ve been wanting to do for a while now) to a faceted hanging terrarium, there has been some more amazing DIYs surfacing this week.  10 beautiful weekend projects to be inspired by.  Check them out below!

  • Upcycled Leather Belt Bench 1 of 10
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    I've always loved a seat made over using leather belts or men's ties and this one is a great example.

    Get the how-to from Hello Lidy.

  • DIY Book Bookends 2 of 10
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    Spray paint fake books to make these pretty bookends.

    Get the how to from The Mother Huddle.

  • Knot It! 3 of 10
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    Learn how to make a special knot to create a unique hanging pendant.

    Get the how-to from  Monsterscircus.

  • Tiny Sculptural Art 4 of 10
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    How cute is this sculptural art using tree branches and air dry white clay.

    Get the instructions at Poppyhaus.

  • Faceted Hanging Terrarium 5 of 10
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    Make this UO-inspired terrarium out of 90s brass light fixtures.

    Get the how-to at Hello Lidy.

  • Fashion a Notebook 6 of 10
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    Make these notebooks out old-fashioned school notebooks.

    Get the how-to at Bloesem.

  • DIY Honeycomb Stamp 7 of 10
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    A honeycomb stamp makes for a great pattern. 

    Learn how to make it from Ladyface Blog.

  • 3D Alphabet Templates 8 of 10
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    A fun wall art idea for your kids room.  Print out these templates to make these 3D letters.

    From Mr. Printables.com.

  • Wrapping Papered RAST Drawer 9 of 10
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    Decoupage your favorite wrapping paper on a dresser drawer.

    From ikeahackers.net.

  • DIY Koolaid Dyed Rope Necklace 10 of 10
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    A fun way to dye rope using koolaid.  Add a small piece of copper pipe to make a nice piece of jewelry.

    From Hello home Shoppe.

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