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}

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}

Easter Decorations: DIY Home Decor Trio


It’s no secret that I like my crafts easy, and inexpensive. These Easter decorations certainly fit the bill. They’re also completely darling! I made all three home decor pieces in less than an hour, and the materials cost under five dollars! (I recycled some frames I already had on hand.) Supplies needed to make your own Easter decorations trio: 8×10 Picture Frame David Tutera Whitewashed Distressed Frames Felties Bunny Kit Felties Easter Stickers Miniature Carrots (2 packs) 2 Point Flag (Pennant) Craft {Read More}

How-to: Faux Stained Glass Lanterns


I love the look of stained glass and I also love watercolors. I often use alcohol ink to achieve these looks. Alcohol ink plays well with light so I decided to use it with lanterns, hoping the light would spread beautiful color. It’s a great beginner’s project if you are just starting out with alcohol inks. Let’s get started! Supplies needed to make your own faux stained glass lanterns: Lanterns - 3 or more (I used two kinds- here and here) {Read More}

Mason Jar Crafts Roundup {Plus a Chance to Win $50!}

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Mason jars…what’s not to love?! They are so versatile and the crafting possibilities are truly limitless. We had such a blast with our Plastic Canvas Challenge, we knew a Mason Jar Crafts Challenge had to be next. So we rounded up 14 awesome bloggers and challenged them to create something great with mason jars and supplies from! From lamps and lanterns to cake stands, centerpieces, and gifts… the challenge bloggers did an amazing job coming up with unique projects {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}

Decorative Paper Mache DIY Storage Boxes


If you love to make your own personal decorative pieces, you’ve come to the right place!  I’m going to share an inexpensive way to add some of your own personal style — and a little extra DIY storage space — to your home with these decorative paper mache DIY storage boxes. Years ago, my sister and I made a square set of these decorative DIY storage nesting boxes for my mom with an Americana theme (dark red, navy blue and ivory {Read More}

Vintage Inspired DIY Doily Placemats


I have a real love for vintage inspired projects and I’m fairly certain that I drive my husband nuts in wanting to slowly bring that feel into my home.  I think doilies have a very rustic, aged look to them.  I also love that they come in different materials too, like paper.  There’s just something lovely and eclectic about them.  I recently had the notion to buy some smaller doilies and stitch them together to make a DIY doily placemat. {Read More}

Simple DIY Peg Rack Tutorial

Simple DIY Peg Rack - Crafts Unleashed

Today’s project is easier (and cheaper!) than you might think!   Some recycled wood, cheap wooden pegs and basic construction supplies create a perfect peg rack storage system for any space that is as functional as it is attractive! Supplies needed to make your own DIY peg racks: Pegs Rails (Buy new wood or use recycled planks) Hot Glue or E-6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive 1/2 inch Drill Bit and Drill Spray Paint (or regular old paint, but spray is easier {Read More}