Happy Friday, friends! Is there anything better than a fun, productive weekend project? I’d have to say no. Whatever you’re up to this weekend, these are some of my favorite, easy past projects that would be super fun to squeeze in! Click through to check them out…
#1 // Make Citronella Candles
Every spring, I make a giant batch of citronella candles and refill my vessels for summer. Mosquitos flock to me and this project is too easy, functional, and pretty not to tackle each year.
This DIY abstract diptych is one of my most popular projects ever. It’s super fun, easy, and impactful! My version cost under $100, and my inspiration (check it out here!) cost $1,200. It’s a no brainer.
A few weeks ago, I shared my textural front porch planter tutorial. I’ll have to shoot an updated photo because these things have already doubled in size and are even more beautiful!
#4 // Have Fun with Shibori
This tutorial is wayyy back from 2016, but that doesn’t make it any less fun! Every summer as a kid, I’d dye fabric with my family and it was always such a blast. This would be a great weekend project to tackle with the kids. The surprise of unwrapping your cushions, tea towels, and fabric is the best part.
If you have a home office or studio, this gorgeous linen cork board is a must for pinning inspiration, notes, or to-do stickies.
This is another easy thing I do every spring! I really enjoying compiling these charming little succulent arrangements. They make great table centerpieces for your outdoor living areas.
#7 // Build a Bath Caddy Tray
I still use my bath tray all the time! It looks as good as it works. I’ll prop up a book, my laptop, a glass of wine, and enjoy some R&R creating my very own spa moment.
This is another family-friendly project you can do using things you probably have on hand! I dyed scrap fabric with coffee to create these fun, framed geometric textile pieces.
Do you have some chairs that could use a refresh? I shared a complete tutorial on how to reupholster the seat of a chair, and you won’t believe what this one looked like before. It’s really much easier to do than most people expect!
#10 // Replace Your Shower Curtain
Replace your shower curtain with an extra long one that better fits your space (nobody likes a high-water shower curtain)… bonus points if you add decorative trim. This quick project will make your bathroom look more tailored and intentional.
I hope everyone has a fun weekend! We’re hoping to be productive and work on the kitchen and bedroom balcony during the day, then movies and food trucks in the evening. It sounds pretty perfect to me. Cheers to working hard, playing hard, and getting things done.