This week’s 5 Spring DIY features include how to paint a tulip, how to crochet a wreath, how to make terracotta coasters, how to decorate with milk glass and how to make body balm.
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Summer is approaching, which means it’s time to stash-bust our cotton yarn! This pattern was fun, simple, interesting, and a joy from start to finish. I recommend it wholeheartedly and you should go check it out right away!
This week’s 5 Spring DIYs include how to decorate your home for Spring, how to make pork and fennel tomato sauce, blue peacock inspiration, how to make a berry pavlova and how to make lemon cupcakes.
This week’s Spring DIY features include how to upcycle boho glass containers, how to upcycle a sweater, how to decorate for Spring, how to crochet a floral necklace, and how to make a garden tool holder.
Headbands are wonderful in the spring or fall, when you want a little bit of coverage against the wind but don’t want to get too warm. I still enjoy wearing a cute beanie all day, don’t get me wrong, but in these awkward in-between seasons I’m more likely to reach for a headband while I’m running out the door! I’ve rounded up 20 of my favorite free crochet headband patterns!
This week’s features include how to decoupage floral eggs, how to make slow cooker ribs, rainbow crochet blanket, how to make relaxing lullaby oil and how to make a garden wreath.
This is a sweet little baby hat that is easy to adjust with different yarn types and/or embellishments, and it’s perfect for Spring or as a gift for a bunny themed baby shower or nursery.
This week’s features include how to paint a buttercream, how to make a flamingo card, what to do with leftover yarn, how to paint Easter eggs and how to decor a coffee bar for Spring.
This week’s features include a textured crochet pillow cover, how to make pistachio fluff salad, how to make corned beef and hash in the instant pot, a red knit headband, and crocheted chain necklace.
This hedgehog is so darn cute, and you can cuddle this one without getting poked! The pattern is well written, includes photos and works up just like it should, but keep in mind, this project requires your full attention – no watching TV with this one.