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New diy paper ornaments origami ball Ideas Holiday Crafts, Fun Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Christmas Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Christmas Decorations, Christmas Ornaments, Christmas Tree

Woven paper baubles

A quick update; The two amazing ladies who created the templates for this project have just released a wonderful book full of gorgeous projects just like this one. I’ve written a review and s…

Hot Air Balloon Mobile-- great craft for kids Origami Paper, Diy Paper, Paper Art, Paper Crafts, Origami Easy, Kirigami, Fun Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Crafts For Kids

Mobile #001 Balloon

Anna has designed and made the pattern for these cute small hot air balloons. Make a mobile and watch them fly and turn perpetually. For each balloon cut two sheets in the colours you prefer. All s…

Wood Profit - Woodworking - 22 Easy DIY Reclaimed Wood Projects for Your Home Discover How You Can Start A Woodworking Business From Home Easily in 7 Days With NO Capital Needed! Reclaimed Wood Projects, Diy Wood Projects, Woodworking Projects, Woodworking Plans, Woodworking Furniture, Wood Furniture, Furniture Plans, Shaker Furniture, Salvaged Wood

50 Decorative Rustic Storage Projects For a Beautifully Organized Home

These days, the rustic look is all the rage, and for good reason! While there is much to love about the hustle and bustle of modern life and the excitement of the city, sometimes it gets to be a bit much.

Color By Decade: The — Before & After showing the streamlined interiors and simple colors that were in fashion at the time. Vintage Colour Palette, Vintage Colors, Vintage Interiors, Colorful Interiors, Decor Interior Design, Interior Decorating, Retro Decorating, Interior Paint, Decorating Ideas

Color By Decade: The 1930s

Everything is a reaction against the past: we against our parents, Beatniks against conformists, Expressionists against Impressionists, youth against age. This is true, too, in design. By the 1930s, Modernism had firmly taken hold of the world, and we as a society were quite finished with the starchy, buttoned-up, heavily brocaded Victorian era, and all that would imply.