Have you ever seen anything so cute yet so elegant? Viv is the author of one of my favorite design blogs, Ish & Chi, as well as mother to a small fry herself. She took an ugly old door and in a few steps turned into this adorable and functional vignette. To create these door hangers you’ll need two frames, two hooks and some wallpaper or scrapbooking paper. See how Viv did it here!
I’m so proud to share that Scarlet’s nursery was selected for OhDeeDoh’s Small Kids, Big Color contest! If you have a minute please click here to vote for it! She has 36 hours to collect thumbs ups! XOXO THANK YOU!
Stevee in Nashville (who is full of great tips!) sent us this adorable Pacifier Holder DIY; these will come in handy if your baby is constantly losing his or her binky!
Get Stevee’s DIY after the jump…
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I hope everyone is having a lovely Sunday.
My husband had the charming idea to create a cover for the doorbell, since it gets most of its use on Halloween! All it took was cardboard, glue, and fabric, and I added a little embroidery for fun.
Get the how-to after the jump…