DIY Free Printable Owl Lover 2014 Calendar from My Owl Barn here. I posted this last year and just got an email from Shivani of My Owl Barn writing me that the 2014 version was ready to print. This would make a great gift for an owl or art lover. You get to pick from 50 images created by amazing artists from around the world and the months you want them to go with. From the site:
The calendar is completely customizable; you can select the images for all the months you want to print and download your personalized version or you can simply download the pre-made version.
truebluemeandyou: DIY Harry Potter Monopoly Game. The ULTIMATE GIFT for a Harry Potter fan. The designer has two requests: do not sell this and give him credit. As I’ve said over and over again - if you like a free printable DOWNLOAD IT because if may not be free or available in the future.
DIY Harry Potter Monopoly Game from Design in Technology here. For how to make the board, cards, etc… go here. For the printable files (board, spells, potions, properties etc…) go here. *Read the comments on each post for additional tips and tricks for making this game. This must have truly been a labor of love and is so well done. This is obviously not for commercial use so please don’t sell it. First seen at Geek crafts here.
For lots more Harry Potter themed DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/harry-potter
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DIY Anthropologie Inspired Small Domed Cake Stand Tutorial from Nellie Bellie here. Is there a pretty bowl you’ve seen at the store and want to display? This is a really cheap and easy DIY.
Left Photo: DIY by Nellie Bellie. Right Photo: $148 Peony Portrait Domed Cake Stand here.
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DIY Cheap and Easy Secret Book Storage Tutorial from Willowday here. This would make a good gift for adults or kids (and if I gave it to a child I’d make sure to fill it with something small and fun). One reader just commented, “It’s fun to do with a book that the recipient would be unlikely to read—the look on their face as they open it is worth it! For kids/teenagers, I’d add a gift card in the middle.”