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25 DIYs that Don't Look Like DIYs at All!

By Chelsea Fuss |

25 DIY's That Don't Look Like DIY's At All!

There are a plethora of DIY projects out there on the Internet. It’s overwhelming, to say the least! Not all are created equal, but I am amazed by some of the brilliant ideas out there that don’t look like they were made at home at all! Many of the projects look like they came from a high-end boutique or cost a lot of money, when in fact they were made with simple supplies from the hardware store. I’ve sifted through all the ideas out there, and picked 25 of my favorite DIYs that look completely professional. No one will ever know it was made for a penny at home! I don’t know about you, but I really don’t want my DIY projects to look DIY. Take a peek, after the jump!

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25 DIY's That Don't Look Like DIY's

Braided Hex Nut Necklace

Make a couture style necklace with supplies from the hardware store! The thing is, you really can't tell the difference between the real version and the DIY version. No one will know you made this with such simple supplies! Click through for instructions.
Photo and idea by Honestly WTF.

Top Photos: Martha Stewart and The House That Lars Built. All other photos from respective sources. 

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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Chelsea Fuss

Chelsea Fuss is blogger and prop stylist who blogs daily at Frolic!

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