Friday, 31 January 2014

DIY Crochet Infinity Scarf

I'm trying really hard to get the hang of crocheting, but so far I can mainly do very simple stuff. So when I saw this amazing scarf I thought I could give it a try.

I made mine a bit shorter and because the flower was too advanced for me I couldn't make it. :)
Instead of the flower I wrapped more of the yarn around and attached some pearls to it:

I hope you like it!
See you soon!

Thursday, 30 January 2014

DIY Shabby Chic Twine Heart

Hey hey,
I've got one last DIY with twine and then I'll  stop I promise... :)
This was my inspiration:

Well, I've made mine a bit different. All you need is some wire, pliers, twine and a little ribbon.
Once you made the heart shape with the wire start wrapping the twine around.
When you're done just tie the ribbon and Voila!

Lovely, isn't it?
See you soon!

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

DIY Dreamcatcher

continuing with more twine crafts here is my next little project.
I love this idea of making your own dreamcatcher and this one is just amazing:

And this is my version:

I've used thick wire to create the ring, wrapped around some twine and added a little doily in the middle. I've also used various bits and bobs left from other crafts including some feathers.
I hope you like it!
See you soon!

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

DIY Twine Everything

Hello hello,
recently I'm obsessed with rustic decor, twine and beige...
I got inspired by some lovely picture in Pinterest and this is what I made so far:

This is my collection, including little crochet basket for sewing supplies, twine wrapped tin can vase and a coaster...

...and a lovely little tray for the toiletries

So what do you think?

Friday, 24 January 2014

DIY Jewelry Tree Stand

I have a very simple DIY tutorial for you today.
Inspired by this lovely jewelry tree stand I've decided to make my own:

All you need are some tree branches, lovely little vase with some vase filler and a spray paint.
I used this is beauty my mum made for me long time ago.

After you spray paint the branches, leave them to dry really good. Position them in the vase and fill it up with the filler to make it stable (I used cheap marbles I found in "Poundland")
And Voila!

I hope you liked it!
See you soon!