Posts Tagged ‘@Home This Weekend’

@Home This Weekend: Pretty Hanger Covers

This weekend, protect your favorite clothing with hanger covers. Using vintage embroidered pillowcases, TheMistressT made some lovely covers that will add some class to any closet. So clever!

@Home This Weekend: Hot Dish Towels

This weekend, applique some burly fellas to your dish towels, and heat up your kitchen without even using your stove. TheMistressT seems to have a way with men; she simply machine stitched these hotties onto purchased dish towels. Whew, they’re almost too hot to handle!

@Home This Weekend: Upcycled Jewelry Art

This weekend, upcycle some old jewelry and create a unique piece of art! schizo319 found a $1.00 frame in a thrift store and made this lovely piece. What’s in your jewelry box?

@Home This Weekend: Boho Wall Hanging

This weekend, add a touch of boho charm with a feathered macramé wall hanging. Using trimmed fringe ends and a fallen tree branch, 85%confusion created this fun piece, adding to the charm by dip dying the “feathers”. Beautiful!  

@Home This Weekend: Patchwork Bag

This weekend, make a patchwork bag from your fabric scraps.  craftylittlemonkey arranged her remnants in a rainbow pattern and made this beautiful extra large bag. So bright and cheery!

@Home This Weekend: Strawberry Baskets

This weekend, view the pattern that Acadian Driftwood linked, and make some adorable fabric strawberry baskets! These baskets can hold a multitude of things, and are even reversible. So cute!

@Home This Weekend: Plastic Bottle Lanterns

This weekend, light up your nights with these lanterns made of plastic bottles and duct tape. In her post, cold.dinner includes a full tutorial with helpful photos. What a great way to upcycle!

@Home This Weekend: Woodburning

This weekend, try your hand at woodburning! With a little practice, maybe you can make an awesome decoration for Halloween, like this vintage-look wooden plaque by redpopsicles. Isn’t it just fabulous?

@Home This Weekend: Spooky Yardbirds

This weekend, haunt your yard with some spooky flamingos. These yardbirds are not of the Florida variety; patty_o_furniture transformed them into zombies, skeletons, mummies, and vultures. BEWARE!!

@Home This Weekend: Tile Coasters

This weekend, grab your colored Sharpies and make some lovely coasters out of loose tiles. In her post, craftADDchick shows how it’s done, using isopropyl alcohol and some contact paper to create a resist. What fun!

@Home This Weekend: Macramé Plant Hangers

This weekend, macramé is back! This knot-tying craft looks better than ever. 85%confusion macraméd a hanger, and hung a succulent in a sleek rounded pot. What a great way to take advantage of a narrow space between windows!

@Home This Weekend: Light Fixture Update

This weekend, update your home by refurbishing your light fixtures. appledainty stripped paint off the glass globes of two fixtures, and then painted the metal parts a beautiful aged copper color with gold highlights, giving them a fresh new look. You can do it too!

@Home This Weekend: Solar Lighted Monogram

This weekend, light up your nights with a solar powered monogram! TheMistressT took an “F” from an old sign, painted the outside a pretty copper color, and fitted the insides with solar powered LED string lights. Illuminating!

@Home This Weekend: Unicorn Dream Catcher

This weekend, don’t just make a dream catcher; make a *unicorn dream catcher*. Surely it contains twice the power to keep the nightmares away. Mlsocci74 used colorful yarns to create the web, and then added flowers and a unicorn horn and ears to increase the magic.  

@Home This Weekend: Dragonflies in the Yard

This weekend, have a blast making dragonflies with wire and other bits and bobs you’ve collected. cmarion3 used teardrop light bulbs, bottle caps, old springs and more to create this happy assemblage. What a fun addition to your outdoor space!