DIY winter

It’s been super cold these past few weeks and when you have to stay indoors why not get crafty.  Here are 10 DIY ideas that will warm you up quick smart.

Get all snuggly and cozy in bed with this fabulous quilt made from old shirts. Courtesy of Design Sponge. A great weekend project.

DIY winter

If you have to head outside why not whip up a couple of these and stick them in your pockets. Rae Ann Kelly has this great tutorial for sewing beginners.

DIY winter warmer

These are sure to keep your toes toasty around the house. Get the tutorial for Martha Stewart‘s no sew slipper socks.

DIY winter

Got a leaky window or door? Warm it up with this is a great little project from the little house in the city. A simple but effective winter DIY.

DIY winter

 

Why not embrace the cooler seasons with some winter themed decor.  We love these bleached pinecones from Stone Gable.  Its the perfect decoration for a Christmas in July.

DIY winter

 

This next idea is perfect for the ambitious knitters out there.  Capelet’s are very trendy this season and this one from Purlbee is absolutely gorgeous!

DIY winter

 

Keep your money snug in these sweet little felt piggy banks. A great gift idea for a child’s winter birthday.  Courtesy of Dream a Little Bigger.

DIY winter

 

Here is a project that is a little different.  Simply Maggie have a fab video tutorial on how to arm knit your own chunky knit blanket.  Apparently it only takes 45 minutes!

DIY winter

 

Brighten up your indoors with this DIY up cycled light bulb centrepiece from Shelterness. If you are stuck indoors you may as well make it beautiful.

DIY winter

 

Here is a project for wet weekends.  Get the kids imagination on board with this DIY game from Octavia and Vicky.

DIY winter

 

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