The phrase ‘pretty in pink’ doesn’t have to be limited to describing just your outfit. If you’re a big pink enthusiast, why not incorporate it into more aspects of your life? Adding pink to your decor scheme is a great way to brighten up your room! As usual, you’ll be especially satisfied with the results if you’ve made each new piece or decorative element yourself.
Check out these 15 awesomely bright DIY projects that are totally perfect for those who think pink!
1. Pop-up butterfly wall decor
Gillian Bower shows you how to create adorably eye catching butterfly wall art from patterned pink craft paper. Each little butterfly pops out from the flat surface of your wall, letting you arrange them to look like they might actually twitch their wings and fly away!
2. DIY “wish jars”
These cute little side table decorations are filled with fun pink paper folded and curled into all different shapes! Tiny origami stars, crinkled zig zags, and curling corkscrews look whimsical and fun filling up a glass jar or bottle, especially if you tie a pretty ribbon around the top. Check out how Prettiest in Pink got to folding!
3. Floral letter wall decor
Monograms are cute for bedrooms or to denote your family name in the family room! Pinkie for Pink suggests pink silk flowers for jazzing up a simple block letter and really drawing colour into the room.
4. Yarn wrapped wall monogram
Do you like the monogram idea, but feel like too many silk flowers isn’t fitting with your current decor scheme? Try cutting it down to just a few and filling the rest of your block letter with pretty shades of pink yarn wrapping, just like Catch My Party did.
5. Pale pink mason jars with pink flowers
Sometimes the simplest decor solutions are the best! The Cottage Market suggests saving washed mason jars and repurposing them as flower vases. Choose various shades of light pink, arrange them by colour, and fill them with pink and white flowers!
6. Pink peony lampshade
Sweet C Designs shows you how to create a gorgeously eye catching new lampshade using silk or material flowers! For pink lovers, peonies are a great option. Mixing in a few white ones gives the shade more style and creates a colour contrast that helps the pink pop.
7. Pink ombre walls
Painting an ombre colour scheme right onto your walls is easier than you might think! DIY Projects for Teens shows you how to do it right. It’s a bold choice, but if you really love pink, you might as well go big!
8. Pink ombre tassel wall mobile
This little DIY tasseled mobile from Pottery Barn is a great way to incorporate some subtle pink tones into an already established colour scheme. It’s stylish looking but still easy to do!
9. Pink gradient drawers
shows you how to build up to a brighter pink colour by painting your dresser drawers in differing complimentary shades. Gradients ease the space into a brighter shade for a more delicate visual impact.
10. Paper flower shadow box
suggest a shadow box frame filled with carefully folded paper flowers and a bit of glitter! Check out the tutorial to learn how to make each little pink rosebud.
11. Crochet heart baskets
When it comes to stylish organization, there’s nor such thing as too many decorative baskets. Try making your own heart-shaped ones to match your pink decor by crocheting bulky yarn or thin twine, just like this pattern from My Poppet.
12. DIY pink chalkboard globe
A Little Craft in Your Day shows you how easy it is to create an adorable pink globe that brightens up the room and doubles as a note pad as long as you’ve got some white chalk lying sound! It’s cute and practical.
13. Pink tin can lamp
This project by A Little Craft in Your Day helps you bathe your space in a cheerful pink glow. Follow each step in the tutorial as it guides you through painting and puncturing the cans very carefully and making things light up!
14. Pink and black chalkboard dresser
Do you like the idea of pink and chalkboards, but you’re not sure if a globe fits your style? Try pink and black chalkboard pain on your dresser and drawers instead! Refreshingly Chic shows you how it’s done.
15. Pink paint chip chandelier
Hey Gorg reminds you how useful paint chips can be when it comes to DIY! Use pink chips and a fancy shaped hole puncher to create a pretty pink hanging gradient.
Have you created other pretty pink decor projects that you think we should see? Tell us how you did them or link us to a picture in the comments section!
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