With the Fall Pinterest Challenge behind us, we now have a whole new wealth of DIY opportunities before us. Before us, and collected all in one spot. How handy is that? You will find all of these projects at random on Pinterest, the inspiration behind this pin-fest, and now you can see the whole Challenge collection on Young House Love’s blog… well over 600 ideas to choose from!
So I thought I’d share some projects that caught my eye. But these are just a sampling of what caught my interest – I’m sure if you visit the site yourself you’ll find other ideas in there for you too!
With the Holiday Season just around the corner, I found these various wreath options intriguing…
I’m loving this burlap wreath, and might even give it a try.
How about a wreath made from unbleached coffee filters?
Or one made from rolled music sheets?
Here’s a similar style, but made from book pages instead…
And I know this isn’t a wreath, but a convex starburst mirror like this can certainly step in if you wish.
Can you picture filling these decorative apothecary jars made from Dollar Store finds?
Wine glass lanterns. So simple to create, and you can custom the shade to suit any decor or holiday theme.
Don’t these feathers made from maps look great? Nice way to spruce up a tree 😉
How about this wall art? The Chevron pattern reminds me of feathers, in a geometric kind of way.
On the note of art, isn’t this cool? The images are graphics and book pages, scanned and blended to become one.
Paint chips and all those colour samples you don’t use… I thought these mobiles were very sweet, simple to make, and such a great way to put the extra chips to good use.
I’ve been contemplating the DIY capiz chandelier, but how about this capiz drum pendant instead?
To end on a bright note… I really wanted to share this upcycled lampshade with you. I think it’s awesome!
You really need to check out the DIY steps to see how it’s made. Trust me, you will be impressed! But that can also be said for so many of these projects. There’s a world of creativity out there just waiting to be seized.
I hope you found something here to contemplate for yourself. And if not, remember, these are only my handful of picks from a round-up of over 600 projects. Hop on over to YHL’s blog and peruse the 600+ ideas for yourself. And don’t forget about Pinterest, the foundation where all of this began. Once you start pinning, you won’t look back!
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