papernstitch

Blog URL:http://papernstitchblog.com
Blog Tags:design, style, art, decor, home, handmade, craft, diy, fashion
Country:United States
State/Province:Florida
Location:Jacksonville

Papernstitch is a blog focused on design and style, that features artists, makers, crafters, and indie labels, DIY projects and tutorials, fashion and home decor. A little bit of everything. Updated with new posts 4-6 times a day.



Latest Blog Posts



DIY ornament ideas, anyone?! There are only three weekends left until Christmas. Do you have your tree yet?! I put together a list of some of my favorite DIY ornament ideas to send us all into the weekend with a few DIYs to try. 1. unique tassel orna...

With all the family and friends that come into town during the holidays, I thought a DIY luggage rack would be appropriate for the season. I’ve always liked using them when I’m in a hotel, and I think it’s a nice touch for guests to...

I’ve always loved giving and receiving calendars and planners as gifts for the holidays. So I wanted to put together a 2018 calendars and planners roundup early this year, in case you want to get a jump start with me. There are some really goo...

I’m all for adding texture for the fall / winter months, and since I seem to be a on a bit of a faux fur kick lately (remember the faux fur DIY stockings), I have a faux fur pillow tutorial to share today. I used an inexpensive faux fur pink b...

Just got back from Austin and Houston a couple of days ago and I have been catching up on work stuff. This weekend, Jeff and I are going to get our Christmas tree (yay!) and getting started on some holiday decorations for the apartment, etc. What are...

I love the idea of adding simple embellishments to staple clothing pieces to make a statement. And fringe,  especially, has been on my list as of late. Don’t get me wrong, patches and embroidery projects are good options too. But I thought fri...

Growing up, opening up gifts from our stockings in front of the fireplace was my favorite part of Christmas. My mom individually wrapped every single thing inside, so that we’d have more to open. And my brother and I would take turns unwrapping...