5 Insanely Cool Projects That We Can't Wait to Try in 2020

These are the projects that got us the most excited to DIY this year, and they're at the very top of our list for 2020. We're trading in stencils for transfers, replacing fairy gardens with succulent art, crafting for sustainability, and bringing on all the epoxy resin!
1) This adorable succulent planter arrangement


This was one of the cutest ideas we saw this year and we're so eager to try it out! If you were all in on the fairy garden trend in the 2010's, we want to recommend making this move from dollhouse to dramatic. Succulent art is all about arranging for impact.


(Post from Craft Invaders)
2) These stylish tiered trays from baking pans


The Farmhouse trend isn't leaving with 2019! We're still craving that rusty, distressed goodness in a big way, but now in smaller touches, like decor accents and wall art. These tiered trays are a Farmhouse must!


(Post from Shelley Nemeth)
3) This cloth-covered makeover


Use scraps from a too-long shower curtain or tablecloth to dress up your old furniture. It's all about looking at what you have and figuring out what you need!


(Post from Abbie M)


4) Concrete base candles


Industrial is also sticking it out this year, but not in the full-force way we've seen it so far. For 2020, we're looking at hints of industrial decor. We're talking metal accents and concrete paired with natural materials, for a softer, less intense take.


(Post from Craft Invaders)
5) Art installations at home


Your standard wall art just won't cut it for this new decade. Instead, we're excited to bring the popular art world trend indoors with big impact installations. This book wall is the perfect way to really get that wow factor and transform your walls with wonder.


(Post from Ana Ochoa)


Are you ready to take the plunge into a new decade of DIY with us? What trends do you think will take on a new look for the new year and what trends are you ready to say goodbye to?


Let us know your thoughts in the comment below!
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  • Marie Garcarz Marie Garcarz on Feb 09, 2020

    where are the directions!!!?????

  • Tammy Swindle Eady Tammy Swindle Eady on Feb 11, 2020

    Why show these cool ideas but not how to make them? People wanna know.....or DID!!

  • Ronnie Ronnie on Feb 23, 2020

    Where are the instructions? Or are these just teasers?

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