NOVEMBER 10TH, 2009 4:49PM PST 
*Make a beautiful burlap monogrammed napkin ring with maya*made.*Learn how to create broomstick lace on GrittyKnits.com.*Bead beautiful paisleys with Suzanne Surfass.*Refashion a men's hooded sweatshirt with Happy Together.
*Out of the Crayon Box is holding a six-week night stand to play kitchen build along. Create your own adorable play kitchen with six weekly tutorials!*Head to Make Jewelry Magazine and learn how to use your computer to make shrink plastic jewelery.*Upcycle a soap bottle into a water holder for your iron. Get the details on High Fructose Corn Syrup. *Sew an easy zip pouch with comfortstitching.
*Head to Come and See the Seitz for a simple zipper closure pillowcase tutorial. *Turn paper tubes into easy napkin rings with Cut Out and Keep's Katie G.*Stencil a wall clock with Martha. *Make Shaun the pom pom sheep with Craft Passion.
*Craft elegant fall leaf cards with LIFE unscripted. This would be great to do with kids.*Create decorative tissue balls to match any festive occasion. Get the details on Smashed Peas and Carrots.*Make an adorable snowman kit with Make it Do. What a great gift idea!*Turn a Dance Dance Revolution pad into a purse with quantazelle on Instructables.
*Sew giftable fabric luggage tags with Skip to My Lou.*Turn two frames into a beribboned shadowbox frame with directions on From The Hive.*Make a pretty fabric wreath with p.s. i quilt on Moda Bake Shop.*Add snaps to baby pants witha how-to from Arwen O'Reilly Griffith on Craft.
*Make a yoga mat tote with Sew4Home.*Create decorative kitchen towels with Little Birdie Secrets on Make and Takes.*Make easy fabric scrap stickers with mairuru.*Turn a pillow cover into a little girl's dress up purse. Get the details on Obsessively Stitching.

13 Responses to “Daily DIY”

  1. Adria Says:

    If anyone wants to make me that wreath, I will gladly accept!!!!!

  2. maya*made Says:

    Thanks, Rachel! xox

  3. Care Says:

    Thanks for linking, Rachel!

  4. Hot Mama Says:

    Awesome stuff!

  5. ning fathia Says:

    Shaun the sheep!! yaaay!! Thank you again for such lovely ideas, Rachel!

  6. Sarah Lou Says:

    Thank you for always going to so much trouble. This has to be my favourite blog!

  7. Missie Zee Says:

    I so love the fabric wreath!

  8. Jenny Lynn Says:

    I love a ton of these!!

    Just fyi, you said the blogger for the dish soap bottle to iron water bottle was “High Fructose corn syrup” but I think the blog is “High Fructose Crafts” – hehe, just wanted to let you know :)

  9. Sarah Seitz Says:

    Thanks for linking to my tutorial, Rachel! You’re awesome!

  10. Jess Says:

    Thanks for the link :) You are awesome as always!

  11. Cool idea: Easy water refill for your steam iron · Sewing @ CraftGossip Says:

    [...] [via One Pretty Thing] [...]

  12. Craft Passion Says:

    Thanks for the link :)

  13. Gigi Says:

    Love this idea. I’ve been using just an old plastic water bottle; but this is cuter, and I like the fact that the spout will be more direct. Almost have the last of the dishwashing liquid done, then it belongs to my iron. Thanks.

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