100 DIY home projects

I am very excited to announce my first contribution to a magazine! I was asked by Anna, the new Editor of Homemade With Love magazine, to contribute my cotton reel holder tutorial and I have spent all of October as the ‘Guest Pinner’ for the magazine. For those of you who aren’t ‘pinners’ this means I have been finding images and tutorials of exciting handmade, craft and DIY home projects for the magazine’s Pinterest account. For those of you who are familiar with Pinterest, you will know this was just an excuse for me to spend more time pinning!

Now the month is over, I wanted to share some of the 100 home projects I have discovered in the process. The only problem is, I can’t decide which project to do first…

Mason jar lights by in.gredients

Mason jar lights by in.gredients.

Spray painted gold mugs by Garland of Grace

Spray painted gold mugs by Garland of Grace.

Crocheted hangers by Dottie Angel

Crocheted hangers by Dottie Angel.

Liberty print blankets

Liberty print blankets on Purl Bee.

Handmade clay pots by Claire of Fellow Fellow for Say Yes to Hoboken blog

Handmade clay pots by Claire of Fellow Fellow for Say Yes to Hoboken blog.

Hand printing on fabric by Karen Barbe.

Hand printing on fabric by Karen Barbe.

Decoupage bowl on the Liberty Craft blog

Decoupage bowl on the Liberty Craft blog.

Vintage yardstick hooks by Better Homes and Gardens

Vintage yardstick hooks by Better Homes and Gardens.

Copper foiled mirror by Byf Ryd

Copper foiled mirror by Byf Ryd.

Toy boxes with castors by This Little Street

Toy boxes with castors by This Little Street.

Get crafting people! Homemade all the way.

Katy x

P.S Here’s a sneak peek of my article…

Homemade With Love craft tutorial by www.apartmentapothecary.com

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10 Comments

  1. Betty 7th November 2013 / 10:07 am

    You’re such a clever girl!! X

    • katy 7th November 2013 / 10:33 pm

      Thanks, Betty! x

  2. Katharine Peachey 7th November 2013 / 11:56 am

    Ooo, loving the yard stick hooks! This is just what I need as vintage hooks are so pricey.

    • katy 7th November 2013 / 10:33 pm

      True – one of my friends made these hooks and they look really good.

  3. Penny 7th November 2013 / 4:11 pm

    Is there a post for making more time…..some great ideas Katy….where do I start!

    • katy 7th November 2013 / 10:34 pm

      That’s my problem too! Not enough time, too many ideas!

  4. Claire H 18th March 2014 / 5:09 pm

    Loads of lovely ideas to keep me busy. Any idea where you can buy the Dorr Mill fabric used in the purl bee blanket? Something equivalent would do.

    • katy 19th March 2014 / 2:28 pm

      I don’t, I’m afraid! I have searched high and low myself. If you find some, please let me know 🙂

  5. Vickie 6th July 2014 / 10:40 am

    love the light fixtures!

    • katy 8th July 2014 / 11:49 am

      They’re great, aren’t they Vickie? I still haven’t made any yet!!

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