We still have about a month and a half left of summer, but the heat is INTENSE here in Florida right now (it's Brittni from Papernstitch), and I all I can think of is fall. I guess its because I'm just kind of ready to be able to walk around the neighborhood without sweating.
So anyway, when I think of fall, I think of nature. Which is why I've rounded up my favorite diy projects this week with a nature theme. Something to get your creative wheels spinning when the sun finally cools off in the states. Enjoy!
Create tracing paper envelopes with natural embellishments in a matter of minutes.
Make a paper flower bouquet with the help of Martha (Stewart) and a revamped planter tutorial for indoor plants.
Grab some twigs from the backyard and put them to good use with this woodsy candle holder diy.
Make your own bath salts (this project is so easy. great gift idea!).
And probably my favorite diy project of the week: a shadowbox with vintage porcelain letters and a little bit of flora (from none other than Victoria Smith of SFgirlbybay-love her blog).
What are you diy-ing this weekend?
About Brittni: She is the founder of papernstitch, an internationally curated exhibition site where you can buy handmade goods and submit to have your own work showcased. Brittni is also the editor of a handmade blog that features diy projects, business tips for creative entrepreneurs, and (of course) handmade items. You can view more free diy projects and tutorials here for 60+ quick and easy ideas you can start and finish today.