{weekend DIYs} for a cosy winter

Oh winter! It’s always so exciting when it starts – the first snow, the thought of having hot cocoa by the fireplace…and then mid-way through it, it always seems like it will never end! To be honest, we don’t even really get winter here in California, and after just a month back home in Europe I had enough of the damp weather. My tolerance for cold and rain has gone WAY down, obviously 😉 Anybody has enough of being cold and wet already? Where oh where did that fun winter spirit go? Well, today I am giving you a few more project to try and have fun with that whole winter thing :) Some little DIYs to make your home all cosy and keep you warm. Have a lovely weekend, friends!

1. Add a little scandinavian feel to your home by making the prettiest faux-fur stool
2. Your fireplace isn’t working? You can still give it a cosy look with this faux stacked log fireplace facade.
3.  Stuck inside with little ones? Try making these fun sock hobby horses!
4. The cutest little winter boots, with suede soles.
5. Pretty cosy for your mugs – I need to knit myself one of these!

You might also like:
Weekend DIYs - Pink Power
DIY wallpaper stools
rose and coconut sugar scrub
DIY Ombre-Dyed Letter Mobile {Guest post by Jessica from Coco + Mingo}
4 Responses to “{weekend DIYs} for a cosy winter”
  1. So jealous of you and your California perfect weather, lady!!! lol! I can’t complain…I have the choice of having perfect weather year round in Hawaii, but I choose to be here in cold, snowy NYC. I’ve actually kind of gotten used to winter by now! And you know what would make it even better? If I had a fireplace, then I’d definitely do that DIY here! And I love those cozies for the mug – I need to get one (I wish I could just knit one myself though!) Happy Friday, lovely lady!!

    • audrey says:

      Hawaii against NYC – if you think about the weather, then yeah it doesn’t really make sense. But NYC has SO MUCH great stuff, I don’t blame you for choosing that 😉

  2. ack, love that cute snow falling slowly across the screen, sadly we’ve got way too much of that snow here, so don’t be too eager for winter :)

    • audrey says:

      haha, yeah digital snow is much easier to deal with indeed 😉 Especially when you get snow for MONTHS at a time. It can be so tiring! But when we lived in Denmark it was actually one of my favorite thing, to have so much snow. I guess because Danish winters are so dark with gray skies and not a lot of daylight time, so the snow just seemed to make everything brighter.