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9 Beautiful DIY Ideas

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Autumn always has me swirling with ideas to make.  Gift ideas are in the back of my mind as the holiday season draws nearer, as are thoughts to fix up spaces at home and make them fresh to welcome a new season.  The internet is buzzing lately with DIY ideas and I’ve found some beautiful ones to share today.  I hope they inspire.  Check them out below.

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DIY Ideas to Inspire

DIY Handpainted Mug

Made using porcelain paint.
By wit & whistle

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Jan Halvarson is a co-founder of Poppytalk, an internationally-lauded design blog with an indie sensibility. She lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. Read bio and latest posts → Read jan's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “9 Beautiful DIY Ideas

  1. Kelly says:

    The handpainted mug…I am gone over. What a great idea! Will have to do this for gift giving. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Molly says:

    Seriously, these are incredible! I can’t wait to start DIY-ing!

  3. janis nicolay says:

    Definitely going to attempt some of these – so flipping cute!

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  5. Erich Hyslop says:

    Fantastic, pleased it completely was beneficial.

  6. jennifer harnetty says:

    I am a ceramic artist and I am not familiar with the porcelain paints you are referring to, but I wonder about their safety for use on functional pots. I am assuming that these are not fired in a kiln after the painting, so it makes me wonder about their safety. Do they address food safety on the packaging?

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