DIY Yoga Mat Holder

Summertime is ALL about relaxation. You don’t need a vacay to get away—get a reminder to get your flow on with a pretty holder for your yoga mat! Zen up your meditation area with this cute shelf that doubles as a storage spot for your mat.

DIY Yoga Mat Holder

Here’s how:

  1. Start with a simple shelf that goes right onto the wall.
  2. Using a drill, make four holes in the shelf: two on one side and two on the other.
  3. Cut two equal lengths of rope, 20 inches each.DIY Yoga Mat HolderDIY Yoga Mat Holder
  4. Glue the ends of each strand to keep them from fraying.
  5. Thread the ropes through the top of the shelf, knotting at the ends.DIY Yoga Mat HolderDIY Yoga Mat Holder
  6. Hang your shelf in your go-to mediation spot.
  7. Top with plants, books or your an essential oil diffuser.
  8. Place your yoga mat through the hanging loops.
  9. Namaste!DIY Yoga Mat Holder

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DIY Sea Glass Bottles

Brighten up and add castaway vibes to any space with these DIY beauties! See how to make your own below.

DIY Sea Glass Bottles

WHAT YOU NEED:

  • Clean, empty glass bottles
  • Sea glass spray paint
  • Rubber gloves
  • Paint tarp or newspapers (optional)

DIY Sea Glass Bottles

WHAT TO DO:

  1. Soak off any labels on bottles and wipe away all residue.
  2. In a well-ventilated area, lay down tarp or newspapers.
  3. Put on gloves and spray a light mist of paint on your bottle from about 2 feet away.DIY Sea Glass Bottles
  4. One coat gives a natural look, two coats will have a more opaque, saturated look.
  5. Let them dry.
  6. Fill with sand or plants, or leave them empty—up to you, castaway!

*Note: Just in case you don’t already know, do NOT drink from the bottles once you paint them! Decoration only.

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DIY Coconut Hanging Planter

It’s a world of amazing! Instead of buying your next planter, celebrate Earth Day and give back to your world by reusing a coconut shell and making your own.

DIY Hanging Coconut Planter

DIY Hanging Coconut Planter

WHAT YOU NEED:

  • Coconut
  • Twine
  • Wooden beads
  • Succulents
  • Screwdriver
  • Serrated knife

DIY Hanging Coconut Planter

WHAT TO DO:

  1. One of the three holes in every coconuts is soft. Locate the soft one by prodding it with a screwdriver, then drain all of the coconut water, giving your ‘planter’ a drainage hole.
  2. Locate the seam on the coconut and split the coconut in half using a knife.
  3. Microwave the coconut for 1-2 minutes to easily remove all of the meat. DIY Hanging Coconut Planter
  4. Save the meat for cooking or toast it in the oven and top it on your fave ice cream.
  5. Cut 6 pieces of string about 3’ long and tie them together.
  6. Section off the string into three sections, and a few inches down—tie off a section, add a bead and tie off again.
  7. Repeat step 4 until all sections are beaded and tied.DIY Hanging Coconut Planter
  8. Place coconut snuggly into your planter.
  9. Add a layer of small rocks for drainage.
  10. Layer on soil and your succulent.
  11. Hang it up!

DIY Hanging Coconut Planter

 

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DIY Photo Hanger

Capture the castaway vibes at home with our DIY photo hanger! All you need is driftwood, twine and favorite photos to make your own beachy display.

DIY Photo Hanger

WHAT YOU NEED:

  • Piece of driftwood
  • Ball of twine
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun and glue
  • Scissors
  • Mini clothespins
  • Your fave photosDIY Photo Hanger

DIY_PhotoHangingWHAT TO DO:

  1. One one end of the driftwood, wrap twine around a few times and tie securely.
  2. Depending on how low you want the hanger to hang, tie a loop at the top of the string.
  3. Bring the string to the other side of the driftwood and repeat step 1.
  4. Cut various layers of twine, tying at the top of the wood and letting the excess hang.
  5. Repeat step 4 until you’re happy with the look.
  6. Using mini clothespins, hang your photos on the twine.

DIY Photo Hanger

DIY Photo Hanger

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DIY Boho Baskets

Try a new twist for your Easter or picnic baskets this spring and give them the boho treatment! See how below.

DIY Boho Baskets

WHAT YOU NEED:

  • Wicker basket
  • Ribbon of your choice
  • Hot glue gun
  • Shells, pom poms, fringe or any other decorations you want
  • Scissors

DIY Boho Baskets

WHAT TO DO:

  1. Hot glue one layer around the width of the basket and place one of your thickest ribbons.
  2. Take the fringe, poms or shells and glue them above or below the ribbon.
  3. Repeat the steps with whatever ribbons or decorations you want!DIY Boho Baskets

DIY Boho Baskets

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DIY Holiday Jar

Happy Holi-DIYs! This easy DIY gift is a must-make for any gift exchange. Read on to see how to make your own festive jar just in time for Christmas.

DIY Holiday Jar

 

WHAT YOU NEED:

  • Small jar
  • Glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Small rocks
  • Fake snow
  • Decorative sand
  • Small toy animals
  • Small plastic trees

DIY Holiday Jar

WHAT TO DO:

  1. On the inside of a clean, small jar, use a hot glue gun to secure small rocks to the bottom.
  2. Glue tiny toy animals and small plastic trees on top of the rocks.DIY Holiday Jar
  3. Add decorative sand to cover the glass bottom of the jar.
  4. Spoon fake snow around the trees and animals.DIY Holiday Jar
  5. Secure the lid on top of the jar.
  6. Gift it!

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