DIY Lucite Serving Tray, Fall Wreaths, and More Stylish Weekend Crafts
Get ready to plan a fall tablescape, upgrade your breakfast bowls, add some pops to your lucite trays, or catch up on some Zzzs. Click through for those easy projects and five other bright and bold DIYs to make this weekend.
DIY Fall Serving Tray: Get your home ready for a season of entertaining by creating a stylish serving tray. This tutorial will show you how to transfer a custom image onto a tray using matte medium. (via Sarah Hearts)
DIY Ombre Paper Leaf Fall Wreaths: All you need is paper and glue to whip up these stunning ombre paper wreaths. Use 'em for your Thanksgiving decor or all season long. (via Damask Love)
DIY Colorful Fall Tablescape: Break out the sunglasses, because this is probably going to be the most colorful Thanksgiving celebration you’ll see this year. (via Paper and Stitch)
DIY Painted Bowls: This one's for all the brunch club lovers out there. You can paint these bowls to whatever works with your current setup. (via Sugar & Cloth)
DIY Holly Golightly Sleep Masks: 'Tis the season to get cozy and catch up on some (much-needed) snoozing. Make your own Hollie Golightly Sleep Masks using fabric scraps, dollar store sleep masks, and lots of tassels and trim. (via PMQ for two)
DIY Painted Envelopes: Learn how to make DIY painted envelopes from scratch with this easy-to-follow tutorial. (via Paper and Stitch)
DIY Beaded Monogram Place Setting: Use wooden pastel beads for a unique place-setting idea for your next dinner party. A memorable monogram like this is the perfect favor for each of your guests. (via Paper and Stitch)
DIY Giant Pom-Pom Cake: Do you love pom-poms so much that you could just eat them up? Well, now you can! Just make sure you don't eat all the icing before it's complete. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Paper Cactus: Make these desk cacti for your own fool-proof desk garden. Put together a few for your back-to-school buddies or work wives. (via Fabrica de Imaginación)
Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.