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Lately I've been feeling a little bit DIY'ish. It's just been extremely frustrating because I haven't had the time to actually do any projects. Again this weekend I'm going to be gone majority of the time, but I'm hoping to squeeze in some creative time on Sunday.

Here are some of the things I've been pinning...

Super cute bracelet actually made from scarves and gold chains



Fabric TuTu for my daughter

I'm working on a painting similar to this now for my staircase

Want to make for my daughters room, maybe add a bit more color

Perfect silver art for my new bedroom decor

Using up old wine bottles, easy to change out with the seasons


I can't wait to get started on all my projects, these aren't even close to all of them...lol. Pictures and tutorials to come with each one.
Goal for the weekend---finish my painting for the stairway!

Want to share any DIY projects? Post a link in your comments below.

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  1. I LOVE that bracelet!! And that tutu...oh to be three-years-old again...I would wear that everywhere. I was just thinking last night that I need some good DIY projects. Where I live (in DC) they actually charge you for grocery bags, so I thought it might be about time for me to sew some stylish reusable shopping bags. Looks like I should just put that first up on the list! Hope you have a great weekend :) All the Best, MademoiselleMichael

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    1. Yes I'm actually looking for some old thrifted scarves to make the bracelet, I just love it. And let me know if you find any stylish bag DIY's. Here in Italy they charge as well for shopping bags.

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  2. LOVE all of these! The wine bottles in white are a great idea
    xxLauren

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