To some a towel is simply a thing of function, but it can definitely add to the design of your bathroom. Just check out these pretty ruffled towels from Jaime at That’s My Letter! Jaime transformed a plain Jane towel with bias tape ruffles and an easy appliqued personalization. I always love Jaime’s easy-to-follow techniques […Read More]
As shared on Infarrantly Creative, I gave my own little nod to Valentine’s Day by creating a piece of wall décor appropriate for the holiday but also versatile enough to claim a permanent home on my wall. I love the combination of the rustic pallet wood look and bright yellow ruffles. It’s completely unexpected and makes me smile every time I see it!
Bess from Besserina created a gorgeous flower duvet for her little girl. She used a fitted and flat queen sheet for the ruffled duvet and jersey t-shirts for the flowers. Since Anthropologie hasn’t broken into the toddler bedding market yet, DIY allowed Bess to customize the design to fit a toddler bed. Bess calls it […Read More]
Mary from Bugglebee created this “plum peachy pillow” that is full of ruffled goodness. The hardest part of this project for Mary was driving around to craft stores to find enough orange, red, and purple fabrics that worked in her color scheme. I love me some bright, bold colors, and this looks fab with those […Read More]
As a part of KojoDesign’s Sincerest Form of Flattery series, Larissa from mmmcrafts shared how she made this beautiful sham with ruffled pillows for her daughter’s bed. Larissa debated purchasing West Elm’s version but ended up making hers for free using white fabric from her stash. Plus, she got the exact color and style she […Read More]
After a quick trip to Joann’s for a yard of linen, Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict set out to create her own linen hand towels. She simply cut two square pieces from the linen, hemmed three of the sides, and then edged the fourth side with a gathered length of remnant linen. I […Read More]
I simply love this gorgeous ruffled shower curtain created by Leanne at Elle Apparel. The layers of ruffles are so soft and flowing yet fun and dramatic at the same time. According to Leanne, this project doesn’t require advanced sewing skills, just a lot of patience and perseverance. (A ruffle foot is also highly recommended, […Read More]
Shalynn from A Drop in the Bucket was driven by her love of ruffles to create these full-of-ruffled-goodness curtains for her daughter’s bedroom in their new house. To pull of this look, she purchased a twin sheet set from Target and went to work with her sewing machine. I mean really… how much fun are […Read More]