Posts Tagged ‘DIY’

DIY of the day: Pictures in heart-shaped frame

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Final heart shaped pics

Hey there!!

Happy Monday to everyone!

Did you like the idea above? So, let’s make it together!! It is a simple yet very good-looking idea for decorating the walls in your home, arranging the pictures you love in the shape of a romantic heart that gives a touch of warmth and personalization to your favorite room!

The tutorial is super-easy – here is what you need:

  • nr. 69 pictures printed 10cm x 10cm in size
  • cork roll (at least 1,20 mt x 1,00 mt)
  • the FREE DOWNLOADLE pattern I made for you to reproduce on cork roll
  • hot glue, photo
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Daily Inspiration: Crib Mobiles for the Nursery

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What would be a nursery without a crib mobile?

They say they’re useful for babies to develop vision and tactile skills. But I say they’re useful for moms too, ’cause they look so cute you really can’t help giggling when you see one of them!!

The best news is… you don’t have to spend lots of money to have one, you can easily make one yourself!! Since I actually didn’t make one myself for my baby, I’m just trying to inspire your creativity with the following gallery of images… Each and every one is simply gorgeous!!!

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How to pimp your toddler’s shoelaces so that they will never untie again!

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Diapositiva1

 

Ok, so now I know. I will never, ever, buy shoes with shoestrings for my daughter again. They are ALWAYS come undone!!

But since I liked this pair of shoes a lot, I couldn’t give up at the idea of giving them away. So… I pimped out the shoes with a bit of creativity and I’m enthusiastic about the outcome: they won’t untie anymore and they’re even prettier!!! 😉

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This “Shoelaces makeover” is easy and fast: you just need some satin ribbon (pick color that matches your shoes), drawstring stopper (mine is black, as I couldn’t find any in … Read more...

Take spring inside your house: DIY indoor flower box!

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Diapositiva1

 

Hi everyone!

Today I’m sharing an easy DIY project: a flower box to be put inside your baby’s nursery or everywhere else in your house! Let’s say you have a bright and cozy spot in your home where you love spending relaxing moments sipping a coffee… why not cheering it further up with some colored flowers in a window box? I love the idea!!

You simply need a plastic flower box, floral foam and fabric flowers. I chose daisies and tulips since they are my favorite, but you can obviously pick whichever you like and also make them yourself! … Read more...

Blog Planner FREE Printable!

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Diapositiva1

The idea of writing a blog was still taking its shape into my mind and I was already overwhelmed by notes, reminders, random notebook pages, sketches, etc. Well, the good thing is that the ideas were freely flowing but… what a mess!!

So, I immediately started to look for some kind of organization and I found myself urging the help of a “Blog planner”. Well, turns out I’m not the only one, since I found many different blog planners online (provided by other generous bloggers), yet I was not entirely satisfied with any of these different versions.

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DIY Fairy Mobile

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Fairyok

My latest addiction? Sculpting with fommy! In Italy it is also known as moosgummi, a thin layer of colored foam that gets very plastic when heated, allowing tridimensional creations!

To practice a bit with with this material I decided to go for a nursery mobile… isn’t this cute? The body of the fairy was made out by felt roses, to which I hanged romantic and scented bars of soap as well as small bells. Head and wings are made with Renkalik Fommy, and decorated with Sharpie and glitters!

I love it! And my toddler does, too!!

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Easy DIY: Lamp makeover for the nursery

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lamp makeover cover

This is a super easy, yet very cute project that I did some time ago, while still planning and setting up Minnie’s nursery.

I had bought a cute and feminine bedside lamp at Zara Home, yet it seemed too anonymous to me… So with just a few touches I changed its appearance and made it look much more suitable for a cute nursery! First of all, I spray painted the wooden base of the lamp ’cause it was plain white, while I wanted it to match all the other furniture pieces in my daughter’s room, which are a pale … Read more...

Last minute Easter Gift Box!

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bunnyWW

This year I got a little late with all Easter preparations, and I found myself in the urge of coming up with something cute yet simple for two special moms I’ve recently had the blessing to become close to. No time for making my own printables, no time for setting up a DIY gift box… so what could I do? Recycle boxes from my wedding and borrow a printable from another blogger!!

So, first of all I used a very cute Bunny layout from a free printable generously shared by Erin from Strawberry Mommycakes via http://www.Iheartnaptime.net (be sure you get … Read more...

Keep track of yearly world events in a… fashionable way!

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elle mag

 

I have a very clear memory of something that happened last year, at the beginning of March.

It was a bright and sunny day, and I was lying in a hospital bed and reading my favourite fashion magazine, Elle.

Yes, I had just delivered my baby, and she was peacefully sleeping in a tiny crib next to me. As I was flipping through the shiny pages a sudden thought occurred to me: what will it be like, our world, in 20, or 30, or 40 years?

Will the pollution be decreased? Will poverty throughout the world be defeated? Will … Read more...

Make a beautiful door banner with the name of your baby!

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banner!

This is a project that I had to do as soon as it came up to my mind and yesterday afternoon, while toddler, husband, and also dog were blissfully sleeping I had a chance not only to plan and start it, but also to take it to full accomplishment!

In fact… it’s very simple, yet effective and good-looking!!! I’m proudly showing it off on my daughter’s room door. 😉

What you need: felt (pick color you like most), white cardboard, black sharpie and good scissors!

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As a first thing you have to draw the banner from scratch onto the cardboard. … Read more...

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