Traced Octopus Pillow from Tea Towels

Melissa of The Happier Homemaker shares at Pretty Handy Girl how to create an Anthropologie-inspired octopus pillow for less than $10. Melissa saved money on her pillow cover by sewing it from tea towels. In addition to being cheap, the tea towels are also sheer enough that the octopus design could be placed underneath and […Read More]

Hanging Geometric Pendant

Hollay from Not So Southern Proper says, “We have all lusted after these hanging geometric room decorations that are all over stores like Anthropologie, Free People, Urban Outfitters. Here, I will show you how to make these yourself for less than $10 using bendy straws, thread, and metallic spray paint!” Hollay seriously makes it so […Read More]

Free Printable Weekly Menu Planner

With school starting up, I know this is the time of year when we are all trying to get organized and back into a routine. For me, that includes being more on top of my meal planning. Tasha at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body created this adorable Anthropologie-inspired weekly menu planner and is sweet […Read More]

Dried Citrus Round Décor

Candace from Citrus and Cream was browsing an Anthropologie store when she saw a cool hanging wall display made from citrus rounds. As the name her blog implies, Candace is a citrus-loving girl and didn’t need much prompting to make her own dried citrus rounds that have a ton of decorative uses from garlands to […Read More]

Wire Word Wall Art

When Rachel from Craving some Creativity came across cool wire script art from Anthropologie, she knew there was no way she was dropping $40 on a simple wall decoration. Plus, it was too small for her space. You know what that means – DIY time! Rachel purchased some wire and bent it to spell the […Read More]

Stenciled Monogram Mug

Rachel of Rachel Rewritten doesn’t consider herself a frugal gal but says she’s been on a DIY kick lately to save some money. Her first project was creating an Anthropologie-inspired mug to replace one that had sadly been damaged in a move. Rachel used a silk screen stencil and paint to recreate a very similar […Read More]

Feather Dishtowels for Fall

Melissa of a Prudent Life shares at View from the Fridge how you can create your own Anthro-inspired dishtowels for just a few dollars. All you need for this budget-friendly knock off is a pack of flour sack towels and a Sharpie. In true Anthropologie-style, the imperfection is part of the beauty, and Melissa says […Read More]

DIY Rosette Quilt for Only $20

If you are a sucker for anything ruffled or ruched, then this project is for you! Anna from Home, Heart, and Hands created this darling rosette quilt for her daughter’s room for only $20. She did it on the cheap using a queen jersey sheet set from Wal-mart. While this may seem like a lot […Read More]

Floral Party Banner Printable

Laura of Hand Me Down Mom Genes was strolling through Anthropologie when she saw an adorable botanical party banner. She was inspired to create her own printable with a similar pretty floral design that includes the entire alphabet and numbers. Simply print the desired letters and/or numbers, punch a hole in the top, string them […Read More]