I love winter so much that I’ve decided to make a series of winter videos full of beautiful DIYs. And I start with winter style desk organization because it is very important to decorate the space where you spend most of your time first of all. Truly hope you’ll enjoy the video and get inspired! Warm winter hugs! And see you on the Episode #2 😉
With this DIY video I open my DIY Winter series Winter With Idunn – Episode 1: Winter Desk Decor and Organization 🙂 In this video I show how to decorate you desk with silver, white and holographic DIY projects.
Winter is the season when I feel myself in harmony with nature. And I bloom with ideas LOL 🙂 So I’ve decided to make a series of winter videos full of beautiful original DIYs.
For the episode #1 I’ve chosen a desk organization theme. Because first of all I prefer to decorate the space where I spend most of time.
For the color palette I chose white and silver as domination colors, holographic as a midtone between silver and spectrum colors, and as an accent (emphasis) warm shades of pink and peachy.
I start with a DIY Snowballs Pencil Holders. You will need a glass bubble bowl (vase), plastic bottle and plastic artificial snow. Super easy and super adorable DIY 🙂 I recommend to make at least two “snowballs” and better of different sizes.
The second DIY is a Gift Bow or Snowflakes Coasters. Something in-between LOL 🙂 For these casters I used white felt and white curly ribbon (3 cm wide). It is festive and elegant at once 🙂
Next – DIY Frost Pattern Candle Jar. Everything is very simple – a glass and white permanent marker. Oh, and one rhinestone for the dot over “i” letter 🙂 So tender!
The fourth DIY project is a Holographic Noticeboard. Super simple but looks stunning. If you don’t have a holographic paper (as I did when I film the video) you can use an old holographic paper bag. Write notes with whiteboard marker or stick post-it-notes with reminders or just motivation quotes. And yes, I’ve added curly frost patterns to the opposite corners as I drew on the previous DIY candle jar for better match 🙂
And the sixth DIY is an easy but super useful stationery organizer made of flatware tray (cutlery divider). Very simple idea, but looks and works perfect! 🙂
Have fun! And see you on the episode #2 😉
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