Make your own beds, mattresses and other bedding sets using household materials and tools.
You can even use leftover clothes to decorate your space.
This DIY project comes from The Bookshop, an online bookshop that specializes in home design.
It includes instructions on how to build and decorate a bedroom furniture set from scraps and household items.
The Bookstore’s instructions for DIY projects, published on The Book Shop website, have been featured on CBC Radio’s The Current.
“The best way to get a finished product out of the house is to get your materials together,” says the book’s author, Amanda Rennell.
“I know a lot of people will say, ‘Why should I make a house that looks nice?’ but it’s because it’s going to be useful in the long run.”
Amanda Rensell is an author, educator and author of several books.
She has taught courses in home and life science at the University of Victoria and in the U.K. and now lives in Vancouver.
Rensel is also a home designer and a member of the Canadian Board of Home Furnishings.
She’s a fan of DIY projects.
She recommends that you start with a small amount of items that you don’t want to get expensive.
“There are a lot more materials than you might think,” she says.
“It’s more about finding the right amount of materials that fit your needs and making sure you can use them effectively.
If you have the time, it’s a lot easier.”
Here’s what you’ll need: Scrap paper, paper towels, scissors, tape, sewing machine and a ruler.
For a more traditional approach, you could use a fabric marker or a template to make a template for a bedding board.
Start with scraps of fabric that have already been used and then use scissors to cut out the shapes that you like.
You may want to use leftover clothing from your wardrobe.
For more detailed instructions on making your own bedding, furniture and other home decor items, visit The BookShop.
To see the complete list of items to get you started, visit the bookshop.com website.
Make the most of the leftover fabric You could cut out individual shapes and shapes for individual pieces of fabric or you could make multiple pieces.
“Use what you have that’s already been folded,” Renselle says.
The easiest way to make sure you get all the pieces you need is to make multiple smaller cuts.
“If you have a lot and you want to keep it simple, you can cut a piece out of two and put it together, but if you have one piece and you don, you’re going to have to do something,” she explains.
“You’re going not only wasting your time, but you’re not getting the best use out of it.”
Once you’ve got the pieces together, cut out one piece for each piece you’re planning to use, using a fabric cutter.
“Then you can go and sew it together,” she advises.
“But I think the trick with making these pieces is to be flexible.
You want to make it as big as possible.”
If you are making one large piece, use a sewing machine to make the pieces longer.
If the smaller pieces are larger, use an embroidery needle to make them smaller.
For each larger piece, sew together two smaller pieces and sew together.
“Now that you’ve made a large piece that’s big enough to fit into the pocket, you have your new bed,” Rennells says.
Take your time and use your creativity Rensells says that once you’ve started making your bedding you’ll probably want to try out different shapes.
“We’re all going to want to have a little piece of furniture that’s a little different,” she adds.
“Some people like big, some people like smaller.
It doesn’t have to be a big bed.
It’s going be different for everyone.”
The Bookshops instructions for making furniture from scrap materials and household materials are also a good resource for DIY designs.
For instance, you may want a bed that’s rectangular or even square.
For some ideas, see the Bookshop’s tutorial on making a bed from leftover fabric.
You could also create a space that’s more cozy, such as a bed with pillows and a wall.
“When you have these ideas, you’ll start to make some kind of pattern,” Rentsell says.
You might also want to go with some pieces that you haven’t made before.
“Once you have those ideas, then you’ll have a pretty cool space to make these ideas,” she suggests.
Take a break from the project to enjoy some relaxation and rest When it comes to relaxation, there’s a whole range of activities to choose from, from yoga classes to relaxation videos.
For many people, a night out will be a welcome break from a busy workday.
Rentsells suggests you do