Getting Inspired to revamp my office and to organize my office, I've decided I'll need places to PUT things in...baskets mainly so here are some DIY tutorials in doing just that...create your own baskets to start organizing your things!
NO SEW ROPE BASKETS
I have countless Dipper and Baby Wipe Boxes...I will need to try this out soon!
Source: DIY Design Fanantic
Again bringing in that same concept of gluing on rope only here to a metal tin container instead. But you can see this idea works for all shapes and makes for a great no sew project.
Source: Centsational Girl
FABRIC STIFFENER BOWL BASKETS
This has such a great organic feel and look to it and seem pretty simple and hard to mess up!
Here are ones with the same concept but with doilies. Way to make it even more less complicated!
Source: ennuweerhaken.blogspot.nl Going to need Google Translate for this site.
This one is in English with lots of images of how to do this.
Source: Blog AlaCart
Unsure again who the true source of this image so there is no link but the concept seems simple enough and similar to the one shown above. However, I fee it would be a bit time consuming.
This one is not a tutorial but rather a link to be able to purchase them. However, seeing the tutorials above thought it would be pretty simple to implement the materials used with felt to achieve the same look.
It's been quite some time since I've crocheted anything but I'd really like to try and make one of these. I think Crocheting with the rhythmic motion is very relaxing.
Source: My World of Wool
These are gorgeous but you'll need Google Translate to translate the site.
NO SEW FABRIC BASKETS
This is shown with paper but you could easily do this with fabric instead.
Source: Sofa Mama
Cute Cute Cute...what's more to say!
Seriously ADORBS & I Want! The tutorial on this is wonderful!
Not going to like...these look like there is some Real Work involved here. But they look great ;)
Not sure how "simple" this one is either but still too cute not to share.
REUSE RECYCLE MATERIAL DIY BASKETS
Time...lots and lots of time...but what a wonderful way to recycle!
Source: Not sure the address it's not English but here's the translated Google link.
Source: Unknown but the idea I like crocheting plastic bags...I don't know about you but mine would be from Walmart...thank goodness they are no longer the unchic blue.
Here is a link to a list of tutorials going over how to make these crochet plastic baskets.
Source again is unknown but simply get a container or box, your hot glue gun and your saved corks (you know you save these) and start gluing away!
Here's where I can get my how tiered basket that I saw on my get inspired to organize page that I want and can use...it's not the "same" but i like this one more because it's a DIY one!
Source: Domestic Charm
Finally found the source to this one.
Source: Lookie What I Did Blog
I'm telling you I'm going to have one of these by the end of the week made up for my office! ;) What craft room couldn't use one of these!
As I try with all my post...trying to contribute in some small way to the DIY world of inspiration. If you can believe this...I learned this technique in the 5th grade and still had remembered how to make them. This is one I had made quite a while back. I didn't have any intention of making a tutorial so I've got nothing to show there but I did find existing tutorials for this. The technique is African Coiled Baskets you can find a tutorial to one similar to this here.
As always I hope these help inspire you to create something beautiful today! Have a creative inspiring day! Much Love!
Graphic, Web and Jewelry Designer and Artist...I'm inspired by all things creative. When I started jewelry making as a side hobby over 5 years ago, I became obsessed with the the craft and everything about it. Design, colors, textures, details and technique. I now not only make pieces I enjoy to wear but have hand created thousands of pieces for people all over the world.
Thank you so much for taking some time to getting to know a lil about myself. I hope you've found something here you love or to inspire you!Website: www.lilmisskaties.com
cristina Friday, 13 September 2013 21:18 Comment Link
Hello! Thanks for linking me!
your jewelry is beautiful! I like the messages you are writing!
I wish him the best! never leave creating beautiful things!
thanks for visiting me on my world of wool!
You will always be welcome!
kisses and a big hug from Catalonia!