Coffee Mug Tattoos, a ’90s-Inspired Cake, More Easy Weekend Crafts
Everything is coming up rainbows this week! The following bright and cheerful projects (and yes, some of them are literal rainbows) are a fun alternative to everything green for St.Patrick's day and a great way to get a head start on Easter and/or your other spring crafting.
DIY Rainbow Catch-All Dish: This adorable accent deserves a place on your desk. Just think of how much neater your paperclip situation will be! (via Club Crafted)
DIY Faux Terrazzo Coffee Table: Terrazzo is still one of the hottest DIYs out there. Stay on trend with this painted version. (via Sugar & Cloth)
DIY Rainbow Easter Egg Wreath: The perfect Easter wreath does exist, and it's this rainbow egg creation. (via The House That Lars Built)
Pom-Pom Lamp Makeover: Proving once again that pom-poms belong literally everywhere, this quick-and-easy lamp shade makeover takes the cake for cutest project. (via Delicious and DIY)
DIY Embellished Shoes: Boots are made for walking — we know this — so give 'em a little extra sass. (via Jojotastic)
Fabric Tassel Bag DIY: Upgrade your weekend tote with this cute tassel design. Stick to one color or chose an array — either way, your bag will turn heads. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Temporary Tattoo Mugs: Sometimes small DIYs are the best ones. This pretty floral pattern makes these mugs an easy choice for spring. (via Sarah Hearts)
DIY Felted Rainbow Trivet: The colors are perfect for spring, but this adorable rainbow will be useful all year round. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Paper Vase: These paper vase sleeves mean even your plainest water glasses are just a short project away from display-worthy status. (via Paper Shape)
DIY Clothespin Wreath: The award for most creative use of clothespins in a non-laundry function goes to... this fun wreath! (via Oriental Trading)
DIY Color-Block Feeders: Make your birdwatching fun AND Instagram worthy with these DIY feeders. (via Handmade Charlotte)
DIY Throwback '90s Cake: The '90s are alive and well with this Memphis Group-inspired cake. Experiment with fondant color combos for maximum impact on the dessert table. (via Club Crafted)
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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.