Hey guys! Winter is almost over, thank Mother Nature for that! Then I realized that i haven’t done a seasonal room decor post yet. So, for the last little bit of winter, and of course next year! On a side note, a great movie to watch over March Break is “Non-Stop”, which is a Liam Neeson psych thriller about an Air Marshall who gets cryptic messages from someone on the plane. Its really good and you would never expect the ending.
1.Hot Cocoa Mug Desk Organizer
Do you have a messy desk? Do you need somewhere to put your candy? If so, this DIY is perfect for you!
You will need a tin can or other container, duct tape and plain computer paper.
Step One. Cover your container in duct tape. If you have a solid color duct tape, you can draw a decal on it. I decided to draw in the Harry Potter glasses and lightning bolt scar. Cut a circle out of your computer paper. Glue to the bottom of your tin can.
Step Two. Cut a strip of paper. Curl so that it looks like the handle on a mug. Glue to the side.
2.Olaf Wall Canvas
Contrary to the name, this is not really a canvas, but paper glued onto cardboard.
You will need a piece of cardboard and a printout of Olaf. I keep this up year round!
The Only Step. Print off your Olaf picture. I stretched mine to the margins in Word so that i had some white to fold over the sides. Cut your cardboard to fit the photo. Glue the picture down and fold the white over the sides to finish.
3. Hot Cocoa Sign
This is probably the simplest DIY in this post.
All you need is three paint markers and a piece of paper
The Only Step. Use one paint marker to make the border. Use another to write “Hot Cocoa, Marshmallows and Warm Hugs”. On either side of the “and”, use your last paint marker to draw little arrows to finish.
4. Henna Fan
This is another really simple DIY, and you can use it in just about any season. It is really relaxing to draw and i have so many of them!
You will need paper and a black marker
The Only Step. Turn your paper over to the corner. Make a black circle and start doodling outwards. To draw a henna pattern (or Mandala as they are commonly called), just try and make intricate but simple petal shapes or triangles and such and let the relaxation guide you.
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