DIY Sunburst Mirror


Sunburst mirrors have become quite popular over the last few years. They give a room a nice modern touch and usually come in gold, which I’ve recently started incorporating a lot of in my decor. Sunburst mirrors usually range between $75 to $300 depending on the store and style. Today I’m going to share how to create your own DIY sunburst mirror for under $20. Follow along as I show you how! Supplies needed to make your own DIY sunburst {Read More}

Spring Challenge: Instagram Photo Memo Board

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Is anyone else just in love with Instagram? It is one of my favorite ways to keep up with friends and family, see what everyone is doing and making. Plus it’s so visual and usually so pretty. I’ve been trying to think of a way I could display some of my favorite photos for a while now, and I’m so excited about this spring Instagram memo board I came up with for the Spring Craft Challenge! I printed out little 3″ {Read More}

Wood Crafts: DIY Faux Animal Head Trophies


If you are looking for some fun whimsical art for your walls, my faux animal head trophies may just be for you.  These little guys will adorn your wall with an elegant white and gold statement.  The whimsical nature of these wood crafts are sure to leave your guests with a smile.  Change up the colors to use in other rooms of your home as well.  Maybe a bright glossy red animal head for your son’s room?  A hot pink {Read More}

DIY Birds on a Wire Canvas


I am going to start right out here by admitting that this is the first canvas I have painted. Ever. I am not a painter! So be gentle with me. That being said, I loved how my birds on a wire canvas turned out- and if I can do this, guess what? YOU CAN TOO. Supplies needed to make your own birds on a wire canvas art: 18×24″ Prestretched Artist Canvas Standing Wood Bird Figurine (2) 2mm Black Satin Rattail {Read More}

Watercolor State Canvas Art


We have another awesome guest blogger this week, Amy from One Artsy Mama! Honesty is her goal, focusing on Honestly Doable, Honestly Edible, Honestly Teachable, and Honestly Wearable inspiration (something for everyone)! Stay in touch with Amy by visiting her awesome blog, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Hi, friends!  I’m Amy, aka One Artsy Mama, and I’m thrilled to be here at Crafts Unleashed today to share a very special canvas art project with you!  Our family absolutely loves Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Ten years ago, hubby’s {Read More}

Halloween Ideas: Easy Bat Display


October has arrived! I’ve been working on my Halloween ideas for awhile now and I’m excited to have put on the finishing touches over the weekend. Today I’m sharing an easy Halloween bat display in my entry way. I used the spooky glam lantern as my centerpiece, then added a few items that went with the glam and rustic feel I was going for. Ready to get started on one of my Halloween ideas? Supplies needed to make this easy {Read More}

DIY Instagram Canvas Art


We’re so excited to have Kelsey, from Embracing Messy, guest posting for us today!  Kelsey is a lover of many things, especially crafting, cooking, reading, the outdoors, and so much more.  Make sure to stop by her blog {Embracing Messy} for more fun crafty projects! Do you have tons of Instagram photos just sitting in your phone with no use?  Print them out and display them in a super cute way – a DIY Instagram canvas! It’s super simple and {Read More}

Alphabet DIY Wall Art


Looking for an inexpensive way to decorate a large section of a bare wall? Paper mache letters are not only inexpensive but super easy to work with and light enough to hang up. Plus, who doesn’t love to see the alphabet up on a wall?! Let’s get started on this super cute piece of DIY wall art! Supplies needed to make your own alphabet DIY wall art: 8″ Paper Mache Letters (all except for “O”) Paper Mache Heart (edges trimmed) {Read More}

How to Transfer a Photo to Wood


Transferring a photo to wood is one of my favorite crafting techniques!  Transferring any image I want from paper to another surface is so much fun and surprisingly easy to do.  I’ve transferred images to fabric (here) and even on to painted surfaces (here).  Once you give this a try, I think you’ll find yourself looking for more ways to apply this technique! To begin with, know that you cannot use an image that comes from your ink jet printer {Read More}