Some time ago I shared a list of Mori wearable DIYs. My pinterest and bookmark folders are still full of things like these, so here’s the home decor edition!
- Cloud Potholders from Fabrickaz. The site’s in Japanese, but the instruction pictures are quite clear. Isn’t the idea lovely?
- How about re-purposed old Light Bulb Terraria or Vases? Here’s a video tutorial by Ray Pajar on how to make one. (Picture via)
- While we’re talking about light bulbs: String Lights in all Variations, be it with manila rope as seen at A Merry Mishap or with folded paper cubes as taught by Wit & Whistle. The latter would look lovely with printed origami paper, too.
- Tow Trivets on 101 Woonideeën. The tutorial is in Dutch, but the idea is simple enough to catch onto even without a translation (and if not, there’s always Google translate).
- And this Rustic Tray from Funky Junk Interiors. I like it even better without the stencil.
- While pressing flowers in old, heavy books sure is nice I usually forget that I put them in there. This wouldn’t happen with a Flower Press (at Design Sponge).
- For the more ambitious crafter there are these Enchanted Forest Mushroom Lights on Instructables. I love how lifelike the mushrooms are, I’ll so make this one day.
- Moon Globe by Make my Lemonade. It’s in French, but I think they might have a translation to English, too. Isn’t it beautiful?
- I couldn’t write a post like this without a link for Basket Weaving! John Bush has a detailed guide to a simple wicker basket. There’s also this tutorial for a rope basket on Cut Out and Keep.
- And to make this a complete list of ten, here’s a Rustic Coat Rack on Emma’s that really looks neat and can be done with thin, long stems, too, adding some extra hooks through cut-off branches.