1. DIY branch clothing rack from Sugarandcloth
It is DIY time again and today I have 2 fabulous clothing rack ideas for you to try. It is not only perfect for organising, but also adds a touch of creativity and an interesting décor element to your bedroom. Turn your clothing rack into a focal point and display pretty clothing pieces, accessories, hats, scarves and gorgeous heels. Gorgeous and fun!
2. DIY Garment Rack from Smitten Studio
We are absolutely blown away by the fact that Christmas is nearly here. The shops are already stacked with all kinds of gorgeous gifts and goodies and if you want to avoid the Christmas rush, then better stock up now. Every week up until the 25th we will be bringing you gorgeous ideas to make your holiday season and Christmas really special. Today you can enjoy these lovely red and white gift wrapping ideas.
Just take a look at this lovely and oh-so-easy DIY we have for you today. If you are anything like me, you will always be on the lookout for bowls, trays or any cute way to store odds and ends. These gold bowls are ideal for make-up, nail polishes and office goodies. It will not only de-clutter your space, but also add a great decorative element. Just get yourself some gold spray paint, white bowls, stickers to create patterns and within a couple of simple steps you will have gorgeous and glammed up bowls. For the full tutorial go to Forchicsake.
I am a complete romantic at heart and to me a handmade gift is often far more special than a quick buy from the shops. And today I want to share a lovely DIY with you. These pretty pastel decorative hearts can be a cute and thoughtful Valentines gift, or just to show someone you care. Create your own patterns and add ribbons, glitter and your favourite colours. Wrap it up and send it off sealed with a kiss! Please visit Aga from the delightful blog Passion Shake for a full tutorial.
Images via : Passion Shake
I must say, nowadays gift wrapping has become quite an art and it is not always the kindest to our wallets. Luckily there are loads of ideas to be found. You can still create beautifully wrapped packages from basic goodies that doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg. With a bit of creativity and imagination you can wrap the prettiest of prezzies. When opting for a more stylish or graphic Christmas feel, use touches of black. It looks great when combined with natural twine, beads and a Christmas print or two. Hope you all get some fabulous inspiration from these lovely ideas.
With some sparkle on the tree and a twinkle in the eye we want to welcome the prettiest of pastels into our homes this Christmas. It surely is the most wonderful time of the year and we want to celebrate it with soft shades of shimmering blue and candyfloss pink. Whether it is a snowy or a sunny Festive Season, make time to choose your palette wisely and create a truly magical Christmas.
Today I want to share some lovely Christmas table setting ideas with you. With little effort and cute and inexpensive ways you can create beautiful tablescapes for the Holidays. Add some Candy canes or Christmas stockings for a fun feel or opt for something more sophisticated with white and natural touches or glam it up with a splash of glitter.
Long past are the days of boring and bland gift wrapping. With a few simple pieces like colorful ribbons, patterned paper, striped string and some bits and bobs you can wrap up a gorgeous gift or a delicious home baked treat! You can even design your own gift wrapping sheets and cute tags. Be crafty and creative and surprise friends and family with something special and different.
Images via: decor8blog, acreativemint, ilovegifting
Now that you have mastered gift wrapping, it’s time to organize your home office! Check out our post on 10 Organised Home Office Ideas.
Today we have an extremely simple DIY for all our FAB readers! With the massive statement necklace craze that has been around for a while now I am sure a lot of you have ones that you don’t wear so often anymore. It doesn’t matter what shape or size you can revamp them with this easy trick! All you need for this DIY is an old necklace ( collar or choker type ones work the best) and some good quality opaque nail polish. We used a grey blue and pink to quickly update this faded gold necklace and the best part is if you get sick of the colors you just remove it with some nail polish remover!