This weekend a migraine and some bad storms robbed me of my motivation to complete my planned blog post (boozy Popsicle recipes). Don’t worry I’ve got some recipes pinned here for you. While drinking wasn’t high on my priority list this weekend, finding some cute seasonal crafts definitely made the list. Below are some awesome summer DIY projects that are perfect to complete when you’re not out at the pool or stuck in the office.
10 Fun Summer DIY Projects
via Brit & Co
I need the to make the pineapple one ASAP. These picnic blankets are made out of drop cloths. I made a couch cover out of a drop cloth once and it was pretty easy to dye and work with.
via Studio DIY
This looks like a fun DIY project, but be careful with the bleach. Here are few other phrases you could put on the towels: beach squad; Yes I’m a mermaid; hello, Sunshine.
How cute would this be to change out the flowers by season? Also, just a warning this website has the directions in Swedish followed by English. I’m not sending you to some malware-filled website.
The day I moved to Tallahassee, my Dad bought me a hot pink cactus from Lowe’s to brighten up my place. I eventually killed the cactus because I suck, but this bright and fun cacti garden reminds me of his sweet gesture and the joy it brought me. FYI, nearly all cacti are succulents but not all succulents are cacti. I had to look that up because I was going to call this a succulent garden. Science fail.
via Gav + Ro
Target has some totes in their One Spot or Bullseye’s Playground (is that the new name) that would be perfect for this craft. Think about how cute your beach, please towel would look in a matching tote.
via Decor by the Seashore
The best part about this craft is that with a few changes you can make this wreath a seasonal staple.
I love this simple summer facial for beautiful summer skin!
For those of you with canine fur babies, this treat is easy to make and your fur baby will love you for it. Besides, you can’t offer them the boozy popsicle you’re making my list.
Summers Are For Mason Jars
No matter the season I love mason jars. They are so multipurpose. Add a little paint or some ribbon