Category Archives: DIY

Hello Lolly Jane readers, I’m Jaime from That’s My Letter, a fellow DIY blogger who builds, paints and sews everything.  Today I’m sharing this super fast and easy DIY Cedar Name Plaque that is super cute for wall art or door hanger and FAST to make and personalize… and it’s made from scrap wood!   I used […]

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Hello, hello! Debby from Time to DIY, and I’m excited to share a fun organization project: a homework supplies caddy! Back-to-school always kicks me into get-organized mode, although it doesn’t typically last very long, haha. I’m working toward the ‘everything has a place’ goal (raise your hand if you’ve mastered this with kids and please tell me everything […]

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Hello, I’m Jes from My DIY Envy and I’m sharing a DIY project that was inspired by the sweet sisters of Lolly Jane. I was a long time reader before I became a contributor and one of my favorite projects was their antler stamped bookshelf. I’ve wanted antlers in my home ever since but I […]

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Hello! It’s Megan Ballarini again, from Sweet Lilly Doodles shop! I’m going to show you how to make this easy floral deer head pallet art, no wood cutting involved! Two things are in right now- wood signs ( trust me on this 😉), and deer. Deers are still in, right? Well I think they are! Hopefully […]

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Hello! Debby from Time to DIY again, and I’m excited to share this ‘chippy with a little glam’ dresser makeover that I did for my daughter’s toddler room. This piece needed some love and I’m really happy with how it turned out and ties in with her vintage glam room. It’s the first time I’ve added some gold […]

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I’m so happy to be popping by again from Making it in the Mountains, where I blog about our journey to transform our first fixer-upper into the {farmhouse} of our dreams, one DIY project at a time. It’s no secret that I love all things farmhouse style. There’s just something about the soft, muted colours, the […]

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We love this’ DIY Dream Catcher Wind Chime tutorial. What is a dream catcher and who did it get started, you may wonder. What is a dream catcher? In Ojibwe history, dream catchers were made with nettle-stalk cord which represented spider webs and hung above baby’s crib to catch and hold anything evil. You can read […]

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