If you love to travel, if it’s your hobby, why not incorporate your passion into your home decor? Use cards for decoration, vintage suitcases for storage, and add various souvenirs and finds from different countries here and there. I want to be precise about cards and give you some cool uses.
These amazing coasters will remind you of your favorite trips – just print out your itineraries like a map and use them for this craft! These can be a cool gift for anyone too, so be sure to read the tutorial on how to make them.
A beautiful mural is a beautiful decoration anywhere – from your dining area to a nursery. The craft itself is pretty easy, so just read the tutorial and keep going!
If you buy something from IKEA that isn’t finished, quit! When I say unfinished, I don’t mean the assembly bit, but the painting and varnishing. A classic example of an unfinished IKEA product is the IKEA mop. If you’re unfamiliar with IKEA names, the mop is an unfinished birch wood mini-chest. You can hack it into a coolest vintage-inspired piece with the help of cards. Do you want to know how to do it Read the entire tutorial.
If there is any way you want to personalize your notebook there is a cool way. Cover it with a card and add a leather belt to make it stand out. In this way, you can turn a regular notebook into a travel journal. Isn’t that a cool idea?
Whether you love to travel, travel, or just dream of doing it someday, this vintage-style DIY map is the perfect way to document your adventures or just brush up on your geography.
Let’s turn an old card into a vintage wallet that you can use yourself or give as a great gift for anyone. The wallet looks really nice, makes a great gift for any occasion, and you can include a map of your own trip to remember.
Turn an old bulletin board into beautiful card art for any room in your home or even your office. Here the author opted for a black frame to add contrast to the piece, but you can opt for a more neutral or vintage frame.
This magnetic board card would look great in any home office or teenage bedroom. It would be a great gift for people who love to travel. Use some colorful magnets on such a board to raise your mood.
Sometimes a little decorative touch can turn something mundane into something more remarkable, it can add the wow factor. You can do just that with a simple Ikea lamp. If you look up to those ceiling lamps instead of a dull white inside, you will now see a cool card.
This pinboard travel card is a fun and easy project for anyone who loves to travel. It’s a great way to document your adventures. Choose a colored pencil for each family member individually and then choose a color for you together. Mark all the places you’ve been and dream about where the next pencil will lead.
These usual old placemats have been converted into new and cool ones with the help of city maps. Such a cool idea to remember the cities you’ve been to and make some cool memories. Interested? Read the tutorial!
The Nightmare Before Christmas is a 1993 stop-motion animated dark fantasy musical film directed by Henry Selick and produced and designed by Tim Burton. It tells the story of Jack Skellington, a resident of "Halloween Town", who stumbles through a portal to "Christmas Town" and decides to celebrate the holiday with some disastrous and comical consequences. The Nightmare Before Christmas came from a Tim Burton poem written in 1982 while working as an animator for Walt Disney Feature Animation.
Nightmare before Christmas is a great Halloween party theme that is growing in popularity as it is not only about Halloween but also Christmas so your party can be more festive. I'm sure your guests will be happy to get something new for this Halloween, but first about decorating.
Mummy / Vampire, Jack, Ooogie Boogie and Boo are characters of this animated musical and can be easily recreated with pumpkins and pumpkins. Take some paints and strips of fabric to make them and read the entire tutorial in the source.
The king of Halloween Town Jack Skellington can be recreated in these cool string garlands that are perfect for black and white parties. All you need are some balloons, black felt, white thread, and instructions from the source.
Oogie Boogie looks a bit like a light green potato sack and comes from Halloween Town. He has an insatiable appetite for insects. This light green felt monster was made in its shape and is ideal for storing your child's toy insects, spiders and the like.
This is a tutorial on how to make Zero's dog house out of the movie Nightmare Before Christmas. In the movie, Zero is a ghost dog, so home is what else? A tombstone in a cemetery!
This is a tutorial on how to make the Nightmare Before Christmas countdown clock. This clock appears in the movie in Halloween Town, but more famous is that it hangs over the main entrance to Disneylands Haunted Mansion Holiday.
The man-eating wreath was one of the horribly bizarre Christmas presents Jack Skellington had left under his guise as "Sandy Claws". This wreath is based on both the version of the movie and the realistic tooth version in Disneyland's Haunted Mansion Holiday.
It's time to create some of the Nightmare Before Christmas toys, starting with this awesome one: the creepy toy duck! Find a still image shot of the duck from the movie and base your Nightmare Before Christmas craft project on it.
These simple linen bags for favors or candy are reminiscent of the Oogie Boogie from The Nightmare Before Christmas. Read the source for how to create it easily and quickly.
This is another man-eating wreath, a fresh version in black and orange. The piece consists of black tinsel and an orange, Halloween-inspired ribbon, so cool and atmospheric!
In need of some pumpkins inspired by the Nightmare Before Christmas? Here are two ideas to cut out some pictures from the animated film and paint them. Find out the details to create them.
Here is a cool and easy cross stitch project. The image of Oogie Boogie on the moon is straight out of the movie. The piece was sewn with white threads on black fabric.