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Blog Crush: Design Love Fest

We love to scour the internet looking for the absolute cutest blogs and find our daily dose of inspiration. Well, today we want to share a veritable waterfall of inspiration: Design Love Fest. They're always up to something new with their incredible recipes and DIYs. OH MY GOODNESS these DIYs blow my mind! So much, in fact, that I want to share five of my recent favorites. Away we go!


I get giggly with joy when a DIY can solve a problem in my home and packs a wallop in the beauty department. This shower curtain project is one of my all time favorites from Design Love Fest. I've never really found a curtain that suited my shower perfectly. Now, I can just design my own to fit right in! My inner designer lets out a satisfied sigh.


Always one for the next cool look, it's no surprise that the team at DLF came up with these chic, glass pendant lights. That gradient paint job is the jam! As always, the girls take something that looks absolutely gorgeous and make it approachable for the every-day crafter. These look brilliant hanging over the dinner table or as a simple wall accent. 


One of my favorite elements of DLF is their keen use of space. This simple tutorial packs a big punch with only a few materials, most of which you probably already have around. The best part is that the matchsticks can be swapped out for anything else that suits your fancy! Pick a colour and check it out!


Who says rainy days have to be a drag? This DIY for a hand-painted umbrella adds a perfect pop of originality to any storm. It looks like a normal umbrella when it's closed up, and then BAM! There are big polka-dots on the inside when opened. I love it! Little surprises like this keep me coming back to Design Love Fest all the time. 


Coasters can add so much flavor to your space, and these free printables make that flavor easy to whip up! Say “cheers” in four languages with these elegant coasters. Who knew something so simple could look this good?
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