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The 10 Best DIYs of the Week!

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I never tire of scouring the Internet for great DIYs. And I know it must sound like such a cliché but I also never tire of the amazing talent and creativity in these DIY projects! So often I am asked by people who aren’t bloggers, “How do you keep coming up with content? It seems like everything would have been done by now.” And to them I say, not even close! And I hope that never changes. The great thing about these DIYs is that they are unique because they come from a different creative mind. Sure we might see similar things, and it happens quite often that two or more bloggers come up with the same or similar idea around the same time. I mean, with all of the holidays and similar design objectives, it’s bound to happen, right? But there is always at least one thing different and unique about the project, and that’s what I love.

This week’s best DIYs are no exception! They are a great group of versatile and unique projects that are sure to please you all. A little something for everyone! Need some rad home decor? Check out the DIY curtains! Need something to keep the kids busy? Try the felt ball shooters. Have a party coming up and need a show-stopping cake topper? We’ve got that, too. Every week, I try and collect a variety of projects that will fit most needs and wants you might have. No matter what you are looking for, there’s a DIY in this roundup for you. Be sure to check out all of this week’s best DIYs and enjoy! Happy crafting!

Birthday Banner 1 of 10
This would be a great banner to make and keep for any and every birthday you throw. I love the bright colors!

Get the tutorial from Oh Happy Day here
Kids Clothing Rack 2 of 10
How adorable is this clothes rack? It almost makes me wish I didn't have a closet for my son. It definitely makes the clothes look even cuter.

Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess here
Donut Sunglasses 3 of 10
Ok. I have to find a round pair of sunglasses and makes these ASAP. Aren't they fun? They are perfect for summer outings to the pool.

Get the tutorial from Studio DIY here
Dart Board 4 of 10
Who says darts is a game for bars? I would love to make a board like this to hang in our home and have little competitions. It would be great for parties!

Get the tutorial from Lovely Indeed here
Ball Shooters 5 of 10
Any mom would be thrilled to have her kids entertained with these felt ball shooters. I know I would! The felt balls are the perfect ammunition — soft, round, and they go far. I love it!

See more from Handmade Charlotte here
Cake Topper Flowers 6 of 10
I love these flowers. They would be so much fun for a summer birthday party, and not just for a little girl's, either! I would love them on my cake.

Get the tutorial from Oh Happy Day here
Sequin Ampersand 7 of 10
Who doesn't need a giant, gold sequin ampersand? Everyone does! I think it would look great in an office or even a living room — a great way to add a little glam to your home.

Get the tutorial from Sugar & Cloth here
Cheerios Placemats 8 of 10
These fun placemats are great for keeping little hands busy. I love the illustrations on them; they are so cute and fun even without the cheerios!

Get the tutorial from Say Yes here
Spotted Curtains 9 of 10
I need these curtains in my life. Now. They are so easy to make and look incredible, don't you think?

Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess here
Fabric Wrapped Shelves 10 of 10
If you think your shelves could use a little color and texture, this is the project for you. It's a perfect craft for using up your fabric scraps too!

See more from Poppytalk here
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