The Best DIYs Of The Week!Melanie Blodgett
Another fantastic week of crafty DIYs to love and obsess over. Have you noticed that the DIY world is slowly but surely changing over from winter into full spring mode? I love it! I am so ready for spending some time outdoors, bright colors and not to mention flowers. We still have a good month before Easter, and all of the pastels and bunnies, but it is slowly creeping it’s nose into the DIY blogs and I have to say, I do not mind. This week’s roundup of DIYs are awesome. Some springy tutorials that will just make you feel better about life, some for the home to help you spruce things up, some for the kids to keep them out of your…I mean…happy. To keep them happy. No matter what you find yourself in need of, chances are, this week’s round up of best DIYs probably has something that will fit the bill. I mean there is even a DIY to make your own anti-slip socks. Yeah, you know you want some. So check them out and happy crafting!
Best DIYs 1 of 11
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Cake Care Package 2 of 11
Could there be a more caring thing to give a friend than cake? I think not. These adorable faux cakes are so fun and colorful, anyone would love a piece! They would be great for play food for the kids too.
See more here on The House That Lars Built.
Anti-Slip Socks 3 of 11
It might not seem like the most fun thing to make, but if your kid is anything like mine, you need these. They are super easy to make and let's be honest. When is the last time you slipped a little on the stairs or in the kitchen? So yeah, they are great for adults too.
See more here on And We Play.
Mobile 4 of 11
This papier mache mobile is just adorable. I love the pyramid shapes and the colors they decorated them with. This would be a great idea for someone who might be having a baby soon (ahem). So if anyone wants to make one for someone (ahem) I am sure it would be greatly appreciated.
See more here on Poppy Talk.
Giant Put-Put 5 of 11
I think all things are inherently better if they are either mini or giant. This over sized put put course is just perfect. You could easily play something like this in the backyard this summer. No holes needed!
See more here on The Proper Pinwheel.
Bunny Purse 6 of 11
Spring is here and that means Easter is well on the way. Whether you want to wait for Easter or just celebrate spring, this cute bunny purse is so easy to make and the kiddos will adore stashing their stuff in it.
See more here on Mer Mag.
Heart Art 7 of 11
If your walls are in need of a little pick-me-up, this heart might do the trick. It's simple, fun and cheery, so basically it's perfect. I love that the heart isn't perfect.
See more here on Say Yes.
Zip Those Lips 8 of 11
How fun is this little pouch? I might not use it to hold all my lipsticks, but I think I would use it as a change purse. No matter what you use it for (pencils, feminine products, etc.) I think we can all agree it needs to be made.
See more here on A Beautiful Mess.
Clothespin Monsters 9 of 11
This would be a cute and fun afternoon activity with the little ones. That blue one with the party hat has my name all over it! I mean, Beck. Beck's name. Because this is for kids.
See more here on Small Fry.
Marble + Copper Shelves 10 of 11
This might be one of the prettiest shelves I have seen in a while. And really not that hard to make! These would be perfect for holding pretty trinkets or small bathroom supplies.
See more here on The Merry Thought.
Candy Notepad 11 of 11
If you are in need of a cute new notepad (who isn't?) may I suggest this one? You can download the designs and follow the instructions to make your own and bam! New notebook. I love the little blue candy and the striped awning top. So cute.
See more here on Handmade Charlotte.
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