New in the Shop: Geometric Photo Holders

Handmade Geometric Photo Holders available on Etsy

After reading your kind responses to my diy geometric photo holder project, I decided to add some to my Etsy shop! Who needs traditional picture frames, right?! You can use these to display photos in your home or even use them as name card holders at a dinner party or wedding. Each piece, made of Makore wood, was cut with a scroll saw, sanded, and stained by hand. I’ll be adding different types of wood and finishes over the next week or so, so stay tuned!

For a limited time I’m also including a mini print of one of my original photographs (pictured above), so I hope you’ll check them out!

Handmade Geometric Photo Holders available on Etsy

 

Handmade Geometric Photo Holders available on Etsy

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DIY Grill Tool Organizer

Time: 45 minutes
Materials: ScotchBlue painters tape, pegboard, spray paint, drill, screws/spacers

DIY Grill Tool Organizer

Since moving last month, we have yet to really yet to settle into our new place– everything is a diy project in the making, I tell ya! However, one space we wanted to makeover before winter came was our balcony/deck, so I teamed up with 3M to make this colorful grill organizer project. You can see the full tutorial on Curbly!

DIY Grill Tool Organizer

Happy Weekend!

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The weekend is finally here friends! And since I know you’re on your way to make really big things happen, I’ll keep this short and sweet. Here are some projects that totally caught my eye this week:

- The prettiest Ikea chair makeover I’ve ever seen.

- I have a feeling I’m going to make several of these wire mesh baskets for our place. Fran makes it look so easy!

- Pink + plants = the perfect table runner diy (using inkodye!).

- I’m pretty much in love with everything Kelly does. Seriously, she made rings out of hot glue!

- This retro diamond painting is absolutely stunning and looking surprisingly easy to do.

Until next week!
Rachel

8 Must-Try Trivet DIYS

I don’t know about you, but I love projects that can be used more than one way. Trivets aren’t just practical, but they’re also a great way to display art in your kitchen without taking up unnecessary space. So whether you’re prepping for a dinner party, or just want a way to spruce up your weekly meals (without having to cook anything fancy, that is) these eight trivet diys are a must-try!

8 Must-Try Trivet DIYS

1. Woven Trivet via Poppytalk
2. Colorblock Trivets by Sugar and Cloth
3. Wooden Bead Trivet by On a Sweet Sugar Rush
4. Leather & Wood Trivets by Design Sponge
5. Clothespin Trivet by Sweet Paul
6. Knot Trivet by Design Sponge
7. Geometric Wood Trivets by A Beautiful Mess
8. Dyed and Braided Trivets by Martha Stewart

Happy crafting!