Handcrafted Ship Christmas Ornament

Each Christmas, Christina from All the Lovely Colors likes to come up with a special ornament to commemorate something that happened during the year. A couple of years ago Christina made a ship ornament to represent her husband’s five-month deployment on a hospital ship. Christina says that she had a lot of fun making the […Read More]

Cardboard and Yarn Monogram Gift Tags

Have you started wrapping your Christmas gifts yet? Or are you still in the shopping stage? Anja from I Am Snow Fox shares the most darling way to personalize your gift wrap with these Anthropologie knock off monogram tags. These tags use two things you likely have around the house – cardboard and yarn. Then […Read More]

Winter Wonderland Mason Jar Snowglobes

Lindsay of Makely School for Girls created her own little winter wonderland with repurposed mason jars, bottle brush trees, and fake snow. And when I say winter wonderland, I am not kidding! Lindsay made 21 of the adorable snow globes to display together on her antique sideboard. I love the special touch of the red and […Read More]

The Easiest DIY Chalkboard Jars

Jenna Grace says about half the things she makes are inspired by Anthropologie.  Her obsession with the store just doesn’t agree with her budget! When Jenna saw Anthro’s little chalkboard jars, she knew they’d be a simple knock off. She just painted the inside of some mason jars by dripping and swirling paint inside, painted […Read More]

Branch Letter Ornament

It certainly hasn’t escaped the notice of Danie from [a few good things] that some of Anthropologie’s yummy eye candy is easily reproducible. In fact, she recreated one of their monogrammed ornaments using only two materials – sticks and yarn. While $8 may not seem too steep to actually purchase something from Anthropologie, I’ll take Danie’s […Read More]

How to Cover Books with Paper in Anthropologie Style

Jenna Grace received a copy of Wuthering Heights from Anthropologie as a gift a few years ago. She loved the beautiful cover that had vintage artwork and hand lettering and decided to recover some of her books with pretty patterned paper to make a set. Jenna walks you through all the steps if you’ve never […Read More]

Glitter Bottle Brush Christmas Trees

Katie from The Homespun Hydrangea has been loving Anthropologie’s new holiday collection, especially their Ombre Bottle Brush Trees. However, at $24 a piece they weren’t making it into her shopping cart! Katie says she wasn’t going to let her “measly budget” defeat her and recreated the sparkly trees by bleaching green bottle brush trees from […Read More]

Mason Jar Snow Globe

A couple of years ago Anthropologie sold mason jar snow globes that were insanely popular and knocked off by crafters and DIYers a plenty. The Sassy Life was smitten herself but certainly wasn’t paying $20-$40 for a mason jar! She was inspired to make her own and was pleased to find it was incredibly simple. […Read More]