DIY & Craft Projects

Here is a roundup of craft projects that I have created for sites like EtsyFaveCraftsCraftFoxes and BurdaStyle, in addition to those that I have created for this blog. Enjoy!

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Button-Collared - Spruce up an old dress shirt by adding a few buttons to the collar. 



A Leather Clutch - Make a simple clutch with a piece of leather scrap, along with other basic supplies and tools.


A DIY Storage BoxTurn old cereal, raisin or frozen dinner boxes into a cute and practical storage frame/shadow box!




King David - Learn how to make your own woven paper crown.


DIY Bunny Ears - Using a headband, thrifted wire stems, paper and Modge Podge glue, I create these fun and easy set of rabbit ears. Aren't they cute?!


Gold Paper Crown - For my first craft project feature on Etsy (!), I created a fun, simple and kid-friendly paper crown. This is a great after-school project, and looks really chic. I actually want to make one for myself to wear regularly. My goddaughter, Zoé, is modeling the crown for me :)


Beaded Necklaces - Make simple and fun beaded necklaces using cording and a simple pearl knot variation.


Wrapped and Knotted - Make a simple, bohemian-inspired necklace using hemp twine, and a few macrame and braiding techniques.


Photo Filters - Make fun photo filters using Sharpies and Pringles lids.


Circular - Upcycle an old shirt using fabric paint, a pencil eraser and embroidery hoops.


A Yarn Infuser - Turn an old tea infuser into a portable yarn bowl for small projects.


Make a Music Fan Pop Up Card (on CraftFoxes)


Upcycle a T-Shirt With an Eraser and Fabric Paint (on CraftFoxes)




Brown/Browns - Upcycle an old leather belt into a unique bracelet. 






Make Hearts, Not War - Embellish a jacket with a large heart made out of buttons (on BurdaStyle)


Mountains/Mountainous - Make paper mountains using torn pieces of construction paper and glue.

Mountains/Mountainous

3 comments:

  1. bonjour
    je viens de découvrir ton blog et je le trouve super comme toi d’ailleurs, c'est certainement du à tes différences dont tu parles.
    voilà ce message juste pour te dire ça et un coucou de France

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    1. Hello,

      Thank you! I am glad you have discovered my blog.

      [via Google Translate]: Bonjour, Je vous remercie! Je suis heureux que vous ayez découvert mon blog.

      - David

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  2. Just discovered your blog and will share it. Love your fun style of DIY

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