Disco Ball Shoes, Rainbow Sunglasses, + More DIYs to Make This Weekend
Are you feeling a little sad to see July go? Instead of obsessing about the end of summer, take this weekend to make one of these easy, at-home crafts.
DIY Disco Ball Shoe Heels: Because the only thing better than hanging a disco ball is wearing a disco ball. (via Aww Sam)
DIY Spa Night: Wanna get pampered? Love 'gramming everything? Craving ice cream? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to get your squad together for a DIY spa night. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Fruit Slice Cheese Board: Let's be honest; weekends and wine go hand in hand. Create your very own colorful, fruit-inspired cheese board to pair with your fave red. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Ombre Bookshelf: Pegboards are not just for the garage anymore. Organize books and magazines on this DIY bookshelf for a streamlined storage addition. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Rainbow Sunglasses: Nothing says summer like a pair of crazy-cool sunnies. Give your shades a magical makeover with this simple DIY that requires nothing more than air dry clay. (via Studio DIY)
DIY Giant Rainbow Pinwheels: These giant DIY pinwheels will give you a major childhood throwback. Spin 'em around as party decor, gift them as quirky favors, or use them to entertain the neighborhood kids. (via Oh Happy Day)
DIY Boho Macrame Portal: Get your knot on and make this tasseled macrame wall hanging in 30 minutes or less. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Patterned Outdoor Pouf: Summer nights call for lots of outdoor chilling. We can't think of better place to lounge than on this DIY pouf. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Melt & Pour Cactus Soap: Let the warm desert vibes blow in when you craft adorable (and non-spiky) cacti soaps. These cuties make great gifts too! (via Soap Queen)
DIY Cozy Reading Nook: Follow this tutorial and transform an average book nook into a colorful chill-out space. (via Brit + Co)
Kate Thorn is an illustrator, foodie, photographer, and blogger at Create & Kate. She loves creating art, traveling, and all things chocolate. A native to the Great Northwest, she is currently living in London and pretending to be a mature grad student.