AUGUST 19TH, 2008 3:59PM PST 

*I love this fabric basket tutorial from Orange Flower. Stylish organization!

*Door Sixteen busted out her Xyron and made some cool magnets to dress up her office file cabinets.

*Martha has a free dowloadable sticker set to decorate notebooks for back to school.

*Joys of Home has a fun Initial Art project that has taken on a life of it's own. Check her comments for links to many other interpretations!

*Indie Fixx has a fabulous paper bracelet how-to.

*I love this handspun recycled newspaper yarn tutorial from WhipUp. I really want to try this one!

*iHanna teaches us how to sew a patchwork ball.

*Made by Petchy has an easy-to-follow tutorial for an iPod Nano pouch.

* I love what blogger A Thousand Words did with her extra cabinet doors. She turned some into a headboard and used another to create this beautiful piece of photo art. So resourceful!

*Jewelry and Beading has a how-to for a donut pendant necklace.

*WhipUp has a tutorial for a plastic bag dispenser,

*and a sweet dishtowel apron how to.

*Renest shows us how to make an unconventional table using old magazines.

*MAKE has plans to turn a cereal box into a useful gift box.

*I love this idea for using an old pop up book as wall art! Via Please Sir.

*And how about creating a Polaroid installation in your home?

*Instructables has a great skirt-into-a-tote bag how-to,

*as well as printable shades for CLFs.

*Cut Out and Keep has plans for a lollipop necklace.

*and Craft shows us how to turn a tee shirt into an infant gown.

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8 Responses to “Daily DIY”

  1. Sara Christine Says:

    Wow wow wow! Where to start!? Maybe the raindrop magnets or the Nano pouch? LOVE the recycled magazine table, Polaroid installation, and pop-up book wall art. GREAT DIY post!!

  2. melissa Says:

    I’m totally with you on the newspaper yarn thing. very cool.

  3. Joy Says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my little project. It really has taken on a life of it’s own. It’s so fun to see all the ways others have personalized it. Thanks again! I’m going to take some time to pick out a project or two from the many that you feature. Your blog is GREAT!!!

  4. Jen M Says:

    Great links, as always! Thanks so much for featuring mine again.

  5. please sir Says:

    The fabric basket looks fun!

  6. Marie @ Make and Takes Says:

    What a great site, just been introduced. Thanks for including the tutorial from Make and Takes. I’m now subscribing to see your collected goodies everyday.

  7. please sir Says:

    Oh my goodness – totally missed that you posted about my pop-up book idea! THANKS!!

  8. adult friend Says:

    adult friend…

    Cool topic…I thought about your points and must say I agree with a lot of what you mentioned. I’m going to share your blog with my loyal readers. …

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