Kelli at The Turquoise Piano made this gorgeous rosette quilt for her daughter’s crib using a $5 twin sheet from Wal-mart. The cost comes more in patience and perseverance in creating and sewing together all the little squares. However, it goes without saying that the end result is absolutely stunning! Kelli was inspired by the […Read More]
Bharati from Techies DIY Adventures fell in love with a beautiful rosette lampshade from Anthropologie that was discontinued. However, just because it was no longer available for sale didn’t mean Bharati couldn’t get a similar look! She found a rosette fabric at Joann’s and knew it would be perfect for recovering a lampshade she already […Read More]
After getting some new bedding from Anthropologie, Camille at Sugar Baby Boutique was smitten with their round rosette pillow as soon as she laid eyes on it. However, as fabulous as it would look on her beloved new bedding, Camille says, “$78 for a small accent pillow wasn’t going to happen any time soon. Especially […Read More]
The song “You Are My Sunshine” holds a special place in the heart of Brandi from Don’t Disturb This Groove. When her daughter was a baby, Brandi’s mother would rock her and sing the sweet lullaby. Brandi was inspired to preserve that special memory by stamping the lyrics onto a pillow for her daughter. I […Read More]
Nancy from Artsy Chicks Rule was inspired when she came across some intricately carved wood medallions from Ballard Designs. She says, “What didn’t inspire me too much….was the price.” So Nancy made her own using inexpensive rosettes she found on Amazon. Nancy mounted each rosette on a piece of wood and then painted them with […Read More]
Crystal from Homemaker in Heels made a plain lampshade resemble a beautiful bouquet by covering it in burlap rosettes. The rosettes are crazy simple to make, requiring just a little rolling, twisting, and gluing, but make a huge visual statement. This is a great way to salvage an old shade that is showing some wear and tear or discoloration. All covered in rosettes no one would ever be the wiser!
With just some fabric and hot glue, Denise from The Painted Home transformed her ho hum lampshade into a flower-embellished beauty. Denise first wrapped her lampshade with burlap and then adorned it with clusters of fabric flowers. With all the different tutorials out there, you could have fun combining different types of blooms to create […Read More]
After her DIY rosette bedding started to unravel, Michelle from The Gilded Hare set out to create a sturdier design method for her beloved bedding. This go-round she opted to experiment with a couple of rosette pillows made from a twin sheet. The poufy pleats look so inviting that it’s a good thing Michelle found […Read More]