Give your wooden utensils a fun makeover by adding a bit of colour to the handles
This project is a good way to recycle old light bulbs
Make pretty crackers with the perfect pattern
Use the contemporary combination of geometric patterns and pastel colours with touches of silver for your decorations
Blow up balloons to different sizes to make various size dolls
Use this technique to transfer your favourite pictures onto wood, ceramic or fabric
This cheese board also doubles as a menu board
Make two and fill them with something delicious, such as our pink chocolate-coated popcorn
With ceramic pens you can make your own distinctive mark on your crockery
We bought an ordinary floating shelf and transformed it into an elegant French-style table with a little bit of clever paintwork
These are lovely and require very little work to make. You can also use the idea for other projects
We show you how to prepare wooden furniture for a new coat of paint
Make mirrors from your vintage plates and group them together on a wall as a feature
Stencil a rug that looks like a piece of lace
Paint the doors of a locker with blackboard paint and write what is in each cabinet
Give your fridge a brand-new look with special spray paint. Then decorate it to match the colours and décor in your kitchen
This project is time consuming, but the result makes it well worth the effort
We show you how to screen print your own fabric
We used lace to decorate a piano that had already been painted white – this will definitely make heads turn!
This window dressing looks beautiful and provides privacy too. If you would like to use it in your kitchen or bathroom, seal the Perspex with clear silicone to keep out the moisture and to prevent the paper warping.
This project will take more time, but you’ll be rewarded with a unique wall decoration. You can also apply this technique to the area around a doorframe.
Spray paint a glass bottle and decoupage it with pretty pictures so that you can give it as a vase to someone.
Decorate your glasses with a pretty frosted design. it’s quick and easy to do, and you can remove it again.
With this method you can cover everything from giftwrap to fabric and even a wall with a lace pattern.
The design of these boxes is based on that of Chinese rice boxes. Make them the size and colour of your choice and use them to pack your products in.
This project is a good way to recycle old light bulbs.
Create a soft, romantic look for your room by using lace to decorate your wall.
We gave an old enamel jug a new look with wrapping paper.
This bag of Bar-One biscuits is perfect as a house warming.
Use leftover pieces of wood, paper and plastic to make attractive new things out of tired, old ones.
Fringed jacket black, Next (R1 495)
Heels with double strap grey, Zoom (R599)
Handbag with small studs pale pink, Style Republic (R399)
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