Friday, June 16, 2017

Home Matters Link Party #140

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Home Matters Linky Party #140!

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

DIY Baskets (2 ways) from Shipping boxes

There are a lot of cardboard box ideas all around the internet but not many tutorials on how to make fabric liner with divisions so I thought I will share my take on how to make the DIY basket with a compartment. Also, I  challenged myself to use what I have on hand to make two DIY baskets( One as a diaper caddy and one as snacks basket). Because at 38 weeks pregnant, I couldn't craft much and also don't have the mood to go shopping for new supplies. But as a DIYer, I just couldn't simply pass time by watching videos or shows all the time. So, I took a lot of time(almost 4 to 5 days) to finish these baskets. You might find a different combination of supplies used here to make a single basket, that is because of the de-stash challenge that I created for myself to avoid shopping for new craft supplies. I mostly used the leftover pieces of material like gray fabric from the DIY nursing pillow, Belt from DIY curtain rod using PVC pipe, leftover contact paper after lining the shelves in our new apartment, scraps of leather, brads from the DIY perpetual calendar, etc. Now, let us move on to the making.

Cardboard boxes to baskets

Friday, June 9, 2017

Home Matters Link Party #139

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Friday, June 2, 2017

Home Matters Link Party #138

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

10+ Simple DIY wood projects

I love making simple wood projects but often times I skip wood projects just because I don't have enough space and right tools to proceed the project. So, I thought I will make a roundup of wood projects that can be done with simple tools like a drill, hand saw, screwdriver, wood glue, etc. Some of these projects I am sharing says it requires miter saw or jig saw but I am sure these cuts can be done at any home improvement store if you take the measurements with you when buying the wood supplies. Let's take a look at the projects. 



Wood projects with minimal to no tools

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