handmade savvy saturday

Happy handmade savvy Saturday, y’all! Here’s a few things we spied around the interwebs this week that we just love! So settle in with a cup of coffee, and enjoy! ;}


These adorable diy bookmarks from Crafts By Amanda


I’m making these DIY marshmallows… yesterday. Oh the possibilities! (via studio diy)


These gigantic letters by Sweet Pickins Furniture


This. I die. 


This. (And the entire room) From Domestic Candy. 


This paint_with_tin_foil

DUH. Why haven’t I thought of this before??? 

post_it_note_artAnd this fabulous art – Pass This On – by Danny Ivan. The colors have me swooning.

Have a happy Saturday, y’all!


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Responses to handmade savvy saturday

  1. Amanda says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my Avengers bookmarks! And I LOVE those EAT letters, and that fan, how fun!

  2. Those popsicle stick people are so cute! What a neat idea.

  3. Brynne says:

    I tried the doorknob wrapped in foil trick, and it just didn’t work for me! The foil wouldn’t fit tightly where the doorknob met the door, so I knew it wasn’t going to keep paint away. I just ended up using painter’s tape around the edge. From the picture, it looks like the foil is wrapped under the edge of the doorknob between the doorknob and the door…

  4. Gloria says:

    the tip for painting doors is surelly a HIT!!!!!!!

  5. Kim says:

    I’m curious about painting the fan blades – looks very cool! But the link eventually led to just a photo without a description of how to do it/what to use. I’ll have to do some google searching to see if I can find any more info. My daughter has a fan just like it in her room and would LOVE this!