I'm back with another Fab Friday Favorites where I spotlight super creative ideas I run across on my travels around the web.
These chalkboard and painted leaf coasters are from Me and My Bucket. I just love this idea. How much fun it would be for a party or just every day. I'd love to coordinate the painted leaves with my decorating colors. The blog looks like it's having a little difficulties, just scroll down for the tutorial on these fun coasters.
This is a wonderful tutorial for collapsible fabric storage baskets from Sew 4 Home. Designer looking fabric baskets can be so expensive. With this detailed tutorial you can make your own and pick just the right fabric for your space.
Isn't this just the coolest? It's a large cardboard letter with black and white family pictures mod podged on from A Little Moore. This would be great in a family room, a baby's room, for a wedding or how I might use it for my son's high school graduation party. I just need to figure out if I use his first or last initial. I think all 3 might be too much. Love, Love, Love.
This is another mod podge project this time from At Second Street. Kalleen created trees using her kids hand and arm for the tree trunk and branches. I just love the colors and textures she created. And what a cute way to document your children, they grow so quickly.
This purse is made from a felted wool sweater. Isn't it a great color?! The Inadvertent Farmer gives detailed instructions so you can make one too.
On the last Fab Friday Favorites I gave a few examples of organizational systems. Here is another creative one, this time from The Feminist Housewife. Caroline used an old window frame to create hers.
Infarrantly Creative gives instructions on how to spray paint your door hardware and make it last. Here they went from standard builder gold to an updated brushed silver color.
I hope you were inspired by today's Fab Favorites. When you visit the sites tell them Black Kats Design sent you.