I love this little project from Design*Sponge! With some Altoid (or other) tins and a few other supplies you can make one of these cute mini gardens! I think I will make the zen garden – a little sand to rake on my desk might be just the ticket! See the instructions for both here.
These stones with gold leaf decorations on them are so pretty! Poopscape Projects (unfortunate name I know) has a how-to for these little guys, and though I haven’t tried it yet, it does look pretty simple. See it here.
Isn’t this combination pet-home cool? It’s really neat that the birds and fish can look at one another. I wonder what they think?
I would love to have one of these! I saw it here at the site of Constance Guisset, who I am assuming is the creator of this sweet cage…
While we’re on the topic of bird cages, I also wanted to show you this crazy dress:
The girl who runs This is Love Forever just put a how-to on CraftStylish that shows how to make the springy centerpieces shown above! They are so adorable and chipper- I will definitely be trying my hand at this project! See it here!
These neat designs are all from Marcel Wanders Studio, with the light being their most recent crochet creation. I love how they look! I only wish there were a few more photos so I could see more how they are made, or maybe see the fixture in the light for example. Still, I’m intrigued, and I would love that light! Via.
I love these brightly colored frames that TotallyJuliaRAd paints. So clever! I love the old ornate frames with such eye-popping colors! She sticks illustrations from children’s books in them for the pictures. I think I feel a DIY coming on…
You might remember the awesome electrical cords made to look like vines that I posted a while back – well these sweet beaded cords are another great option! The ones shown above are made by Nathalie Costes, and they’ve got me wondering how difficult it would be to make my own! And I’ve got to add, I love those big chunky beads! So awesome…
Via Les Carnets Du Design.
These gorgeous Easter eggs were decorated by Pam of Gingerbread Snowflakes. She hollowed the eggs first (tutorial for that here) and then used Mod-Podge to glue some flowers she had already dried onto the eggs. They sure do look beautiful!
See more of Pam’s Easter decor ideas here.
These ostrich eggs made into mini-blackboards from The Red Thread are the perfect little Easter treat! They come with chalk so you can write or draw your own sweet messages on them! Plus, ostrich eggs are much stronger than chicken eggs, so they’ll last! Awesome! I want one!
Via Apartment Therapy.
Everyone loves to add a little boho to their spaces now and again. Whether it’s a spring clean, rearranging objects, or creating lovely wall displays, décor refreshes your mind and captures a new light in the home.