Top Craft & DIY Projects of 2019

If you are interesting in finding a few DIY or craft projects to work on, then you have come to the right place! I've joined with 15 wonderfully creative bloggers to share our top projects from 2019. I know you will find some great inspiration for projects for your own home!

Find the best crafts of 2019 all in one post!  There are so many great projects that you won't be able to pick just one.

DIY Disney Autograph Book from Sunshine & Munchkins

When Shani's family was planning their trip to Disneyland last fall, they knew they wanted to get autographs from some of the characters there. Rather than buy one, she decided to DIY one and it turned out so cute! It's fun, personal and inexpensive to make. There is even include a free SVG file for you to use with your personal cutting machine!

Scrappy Easy Rainbow Quilt by Sew What Alicia

This rainbow quilt has such cute colors and fabric that I'm not surprised at all that it was Alicia's top craft post! She gives great directions that are easy to follow and allow you to make it your own. I love easy sewing projects!

Thanksgiving Apron with Layered Heat Transfer Vinyl by Polka Dotted Blue Jay

When cooking or baking, it's nice to have a handy apron to wipe hands on and keep your clothes from getting splashed with ingredients. This apron from Elise is fun and the glittery heat transfer vinyl adds a nice little sparkle.

Craft Room Tour by She's Crafty

I've been following Candice for a few years now and I always love the fun crafts and DIY projects she comes up with. This past year she moved her crafting space from a large room to a walk in closet. Her craft room tour gives you great ideas for making a cozy and cute craft space!

Upcycled Farmhouse Chic Lamp by Creatively Beth

Beth shows how she transforms a lamp shade and stand that no longer worked for her space into something fun and stylish using basic crafting supplies. Her post has easy to follow steps so even if you are a little unsure about how to do it, you can be successful in your own project.

Ladies Night Out Bingo Icebreaker Printable by Canary Jane

Natashia is so talented when it comes to crafts and DIY projects. For these bingo icebreaker cards, she has different suggestions that create a fun atmosphere and is the perfect way to start a ladies night!

DIY Succulent Planter by The Ruffled Daisy

This succulent planter from Beth is so cute! Her planter is easy to recreate because  of the step by step instructions and helpful tips. I like that you can easily use real or fake succulents. There is a printable you can grab as well if you'd like to give these away as a Mother's Day gift to family, friends or neighbors.

DIY Paper Chain Backdrop by Pretty Life Girls

Who wouldn't want to have this cute and colorful backdrop? And even better is that it is simple to make too! Can you imagine how much fun this would be to have hanging at a party as a backdrop for people to take pictures in front of?

Easy Storage Cube Makeover by Home Crafts by Ali

Ali is a master at transforming thrift store and dollar store finds, so I'm not surprised to see this storage cube makeover as her top DIY post of 2019! I'm a sucker for before and after pictures and this one is pretty good. The overall project isn't complicated and the end result is awesome.

5 Free SVG Hearts by My Designs in the Chaos

Valentine's Day is coming up and these 5 heart SVGs from Michelle are perfect to use with your cutting machine to make a shirt, Valentine cards, invitations, scrapbook or anything you can think of to use hearts for. She shares some mock-ups to help get your ideas flowing.

Crossed Doubles Hat by 5 Little Monsters

Erica always has the cutest crochet projects! This winter hat will keep your head nice and warm, is stylish, and has the cutest pom pom on it. Get out your yarn and make this hat pronto!

Mini Flower Pot Wreath by Sugar Bee Crafts

I love all of Mandy's prjects, but her wreaths are always my favorite! She shares her creativity in this post for her springtime wreath using an embroidery hoop. Don't forget to take a look at her other springime wreaths at the bottom of her post.

DIY Embroidery Hoop Decor by We Can Make That

If you like wreathes, but want one you can keep up year round, then you should definitely check out this one from Chelly. She shows you an example of how to make it and then you can use your own colors and style to make it your own.

DIY Kinetic Sand by Artsy-Fartsy Mama

Your kids will have hours of fun with this kinetic sand! Lindsay is genius and helps you take the mess out of sand play. It's moldable, stretchy and feels like sand without the mess.

I hope you found some inspiration as you looked through these top craft and DIY posts from 2019!

Which project are you going to make first? I'd love to hear from you in the comments!

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