Festive Confetti-Dotted Glasses

Anthropologie Inspired Confetti Glasses Kreative Recap

Anthropologie’s fun, colorful confetti glasses have caught the eye of many DIYers. Cassie from Kent Heartstrings sure couldn’t resist these pretties; however, the steep price tag was more than she wanted to pay. She says, “…$30? Paaalease. I don’t have that kind of money, but a few bucks into thrift store glasses and a package […Read More]

Flower-Shaped Wood Mirror

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Ashley from Bigger Than the Three of Us fell in love with a flower-shaped wood mirror from Anthropologie. It cost a whopping $400, but Ashley wasn’t discouraged because she knew she could make a similar one at her price point. This really is a surprisingly simple project. Ashley just created a paper template for her […Read More]

Gold Leaf Giraffe Trinket Dish

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Like Brynne of The Gathered Home, you may be all cozy in your bed before you realize your still wearing your baubles from the day. What you need is an adorable trinket dish on your nightstand! Brynne actually created hers from a plastic giraffe toy. With a coat of glossy white paint and gold leaf […Read More]

Simple Wire Scarf Hanger

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I’ve heard it said that a scarf is a woman’s ultimate accessory. Why not turn those pretties into accessories for your home as well with this scarf hanger tutorial from Caitlin of Merrythought. Caitlin shares at Poppytalk how to bend wire with pliers to form this simple, yet lovely scarf hanger that’s embellished with a […Read More]

Lace-Trimmed Curtain Panels

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Katie from Upcycled Treasures has been working on a master bedroom makeover and fell in love with lace-trimmed curtains from Anthropologie. Lace-trimmed curtains that cost almost $200 per panel! Ouch! Katie set out on a mission to get the same look for less. However, when her search for affordable lace trim came up dry, Katie […Read More]

Hello and Goodbye Stenciled Doormat

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Over at My Crafty Spot, Olivia from DIY Mother shares what she calls “one of [her] favorite Anthropologie-inspired DIY crafts to date” – a painted doormat that features a greeting on one side and then a farewell on the other. Olivia created her own stencil using paper and an X-acto knife and then painted away […Read More]

No-Sew Diamond Accent Curtains

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Kelly from View Along the Way teamed up with her friend to Erin to surprise a mutual friend with a low-budget living room makeover while she was on vacay for a week. Sounds pretty awesome, right?!? One of the ways Kelly and Erin saved money was by DIYing some beautiful diamond curtains inspired by Anthropologie. […Read More]

Traced Octopus Pillow from Tea Towels

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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]