Don’t you love this beautiful workspace? Good news, it has been created by using IKEA legs so it is not too expensive and easy to make yourself. You can find detailed instructions on Camille Styles’ blog. The beautiful prints, such as the fox print, are made by Copenhagen based artist Silke Bonde.
Most Easter decorations are a bit tacky but these crocheted eggs are delicate and stylish! You can buy the patterns (there are five different ones) here on Etsy. A lovely DIY project for those who know how to crochet (not me unfortunately).
This beautiful mobile (created by Lovely Morning) is a great diy project to do with your children. First go on a walk and collect some things you find such as leaves and feathers. The only other supplies you need are an embroidery hoop, thread, and baker’s twine. I don’t think there are any instructions needed, it is that simple.
There are a lot of things you can do with simple wooden beads. You can use a string of natural colored large beads just for decoration purposes but you can also use the string to hang clothes, photos or (kids) drawings, as a simple necklace or as a trivet. This week Le Souk is giving a 25% discount on the Snake Wardrobe, which is a string of 40 beech wooden beads (each measuring 6cm) with a total length of 2.5 meter. You can see this particular string in the image below.
Such a great, and not too difficult, DIY project! These DIY wooden polaroids are simple and inexpensive. You can personalize them by making them into magnets, writing a note at the bottom, or just filling them with your favorite memories. Don’t they make a perfect gift?! You can find instructions here at Sugar & Cloth.
Our little alarm clock (aka my 3 year old son) have been waking us up at around 5:00am for the last couple of days so I dealing with a serious lack of energy. I hope to be back later today with a longer post but for now I want to show you this idea of a heart shaped photo wall. Isn’t this great? You can use your own photos, magazine tear outs or photos you have pinned on Pinterest.
Source: images by Jeroen van der Spek | styling by Cleo Scheulderman | via VT Wonen.