Whether your current keychain spot is the counter, the clutter bowl or the lock itself — this project from Lesley Borger of purplecarrotkc.com is sure to organize your life for the better without compromising on aesthetics.
It’s great when projects only require tools found in a single girl’s apartment, but for this one you do need a drill — not just really strong fingers. According to the folks at Home Hardware, pre-drilling the holes is highly recommended to avoid cracking the frame.
But once you have the necessary hardware, you are four simple steps from making something ‘do-it-yourself’ that looks more like you bought it yourself.
View the full tutorial here.
Mother’s Day and DIY go way back. Your finger paintings that were hung up on the fridge, the macaroni tissue box you made in class — chances are these charming items are either still on display, or safely preserved in storage where they will stay FOREVER.
Moms are sentimental — they love keepsakes and they love it when you make them things. So how ’bout this year, instead of buying a generic flower card with someone else’s thoughtful sentiments on it, you create your own?
Forget chocolates, and make her something that will last. Nothing says ‘I appreciate you and your decades of hard work’ like handmade goodies, so here are some ideas to help you DIY the crap out of Mother’s Day.
Try these Mother’s Day DIY ideas: