Loose Women presenter Stacey Solomon may be busy working and raising a family, but she also finds time to be a crafting queen!
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After being glued to her stories for some time now, we’ve rounded up the very best of Stacey’s DIY tutorials undertaken at her Essex home with Joe Swash to help you feel inspired. From what you can do with a children’s hula hoop to the pampas grass project you would have never even thought of, watch the video to find out more…
1. Pampas grass mirror
The pampas grass trend is a big hit with celebrities - with everyone from Rochelle Humes to Mrs Hinch embracing dried blooms right now - but not everyone is as creative as this mum-of-three. Instead of just displaying the grass in a vase, the presenter got to work affixing the stems around a mirror - and the results are truly spectacular!
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2. Autumn lanterns
Simple and yet oh-so effective - you select your favourite faux blooms, along with battery operated fairy lights and arrange them inside your lanterns just like Stacey. Voilà!
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A crafting essential that Stacey always uses is her glue gun. Get yours:
Mini hot glue gun, £14.99, Amazon
3. Nautical vase
Stacey’s glue gun is never too far away and this time she used it to affix some rope to a plain vase. That, along with a simple shell, makes for a super-chic home accessory - ideal for a bathroom or hallway.
4. Bird feeder
This at-home project requires a little more skill (dust off your drill) - but we think the effort will be worth it when you make your very own bird feeder from old jars and a chopping board. Genius!
Stacey lives with her fiancé Joe Swash and her children
5. Table centrepiece
The former X-factor star manages to use an old hula hoop, masking table and some faux foliage to create the most spellbinding table centrepiece. Although this is a Christmas version, we think it would elevate the table any time of the year.
Feeling inspired? Stacey's Tap to Tidy book is out in March - and its filled with more crafting projects and home organisation tips:
Tap to Tidy by Stacey Solomon, £12.99, Amazon
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