This lovely 2018 calendar is designed by This Little Street and the good thing is that you can download it for free. Check it out here!
This cute bear made from an old sweater is a fun (and not too difficult) diy project. You can find full instructions here on Dekotopia. The site is in German but you can use Google translations to translate to your language.
Loving this illustrated mural idea by Mardrid artist Angela Leon. A great diy project for people with steady hands and drawing skills! Via Poppytalk.
Another great IKEA hack! Some old jersey fabric has been used here to add some color to IKEA’s rattan Stockholm chair. I love the vibrant colors used here, this chair is ready for summer! You can instructions on how to do this here on Brit+Co.
I love this great IKEA hack! Plain looking IVAR cabinets made of pine wood are transformed to an eye-catching wall mural / storage space with some paint brush.
This giant arm knit bunny is soooo cute! You can buy a kit that includes everything you need to make one large bunny (except for the stuffing) or you can buy only the pattern. The bunny will make a great friend for a little girl or boy and will look lovely in a nursery or kids room. Unfortunately my son
I am loving these gingerbread gift tags! These are something different than the usual gift tags. Kids will love them as they can eat the gift tags after opening the presents! You can find instructions on how to make these here on Honestly Yum.
I love this simple IKEA furniture hack! All you need is this wooden cabinet, some bronze colored washi tape and these furniture legs from Prettypegs. With the tape you can create a geometric pattern and you personalized cabinet is ready!
A repost from last year as I love this diy chunky knit throw and I know many of you do as well. Can you believe that this beautiful throw is easy to make? You don’t need any knitting needles as you use your arms for knitting. At Stylecookie you can find the tutorial. Credits & source: Anke Helmich & Sanne