Category Archives: Craft Trends

Last Minute Valentines

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Valentine’s Day is only a couple of days away and I’m sure there are more than a few of you who haven’t even thought about your class valentines yet. Instead of running to the store, try whipping up one of these homemade valentines. They’re unique, memorable, and best of all: easy.

Heart & Lollipop Valentines Favors

Heart & Lollipop Valentines Favors

When I was little, I loved creating paper hearts this way, so I’m sure you could talk a kid into giving you a hand to create their valentines. These favors are super cute, and so easy to make, you’ll be done in no time.

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Valentine Wreaths

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Wreaths aren’t just for the Christmas season anymore. I think a wreath brightens up a doorway so nicely and it seems like there is always something to celebrate. Here are some of my favorite wreaths for Valentine’s Day!

Coffee Filter Heart Wreath

Coffee Filter Heart Wreath

It’s hard to believe that this pretty pink wreath is made from items you probably already have at your home. Grab some coffee filters and add this wreath to your doorway in no time!

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Valentine Garlands

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I’m a huge fan of garlands because they’re a really easy way to decorate for an upcoming holiday or party. While Valentine’s Day isn’t quite as popular a holiday to decorate for than some of the other ones, you can’t deny that the decorations are adorable! Here are some easy ways to add some Valentine’s Day festivity to your home with garlands.

Vintage Valentine Animal Garland

Vintage Valentine Animal Garland

These cute and fuzzy friends are so fun, you may not want to take them down! Add some personality to your Valentine’s Day decor with this vintage inspired garland.

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Stay Cozy

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Here in Portland, the last few weeks have had much more winter than we’re used to. It’s settled down to our typical rainy days, but we were struggling for a very long time! Because of the super chilly weather, I’ve been making great use of my knitted projects. Make some of your own to stay cozy all winter long!

Simple Cable Scarf

Simple Cable Scarf

Cables make a thicker knitted fabric, which helps create an even cozier scarf. I love the striped pattern and fringe on this scarf, and that it’s so easy to customize!

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Candle Making

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Lighting a candle is the ultimate way to make your home feel more warm and cozy. You can have wonderful scents wafting through the air and a nice, warm, flickering light next to you as you sit with a mug of a warm drink under a blanket. Does it really get any better?

Tissue Paper Transfer Candles

Tissue Paper Transfer Candles

Grab a few super cheap pillar candles and make them look so much more chic with this easy tissue transfer technique. These make great homemade gifts and look so nice in a hurricane jar or just set out on your mantle.

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Let’s Pretend it’s Spring

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Now that the holidays are over, the magic of winter is gone for me. I never know what to do with myself come January as I just wait for the sun to come back and for flowers and birds. You could call me a winter grinch. So, I’m skipping right ahead to spring this week, maybe we can fake it until the winter is over.

Fanciful Fabric Butterflies

Fanciful Fabric Butterflies

These colorful butterflies are a great way to add some spring cheer to a dreary winter home. They can brighten up your winter outfits as a hair accessory or brooch, or can help you work away some of the time you’re stuck inside.

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DIY Hygee

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Hygee (pronounced “hoo-gah”) is a Danish concept that has to do with making your home a cozy and pleasant place to be through the cold of winter. Since we spend most of our winters inside our homes, it only makes sense that we put some effort into bringing joy to our surroundings as we hibernate. This means surrounding yourself with things that make you feel cozy and warm like hot tea, pillows, candles, and family. Here are some DIY ways to bring hygee into your home.

Insulated Mug Cozy

Insulated Mug Cozy

Keep your hands and heart warm through winter with a nice hot drink. And keep it warm to sip for longer with an insulated cozy!

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