I know that I’m not the only one who is addicted to Anthropologie. I love that store. Sadly, 90% of what is in there is out of my budget (beyond napkin rings and the clearance rack). Occasionally I splurge and buy myself something from there, but that doesn’t happen very often. So what’s a girl who loves the Anthropologie style to do? Well, how about making it yourself? There are so many tutorials out there for Anthropologie DIY crafts. We can all get the look for less – scroll down to get some great ideas.
Anthropologie DIY Projects
This tulle skirt was almost $200 at Anthro! Make a version that looks identical.
Even beginning crafters can do this knockoff. You just need rope and yarn in your favorite colors.
You can add a scarf to any plain pair of flats to make them designer fabulous.
Pom Pom Pillow
Making this Anthropologie inspired pillow is as simple as getting fabric and pom pom trim from the craft store.
This gorgeous apron is easy to make with the addition of ruffled trim.
See how it was done at JoJo & Eloise
This beautiful Anthropologie DIY lampshade was made using $3 in fabric and an existing lampshade.
Refurbishing dressers is one of my favorite things to do – and I especially love this look with numbers on the front of the drawers.
This is one of the coolest light fixtures I’ve ever seen – and Janel saved thousands by making it herself.
You can spend $368 on the Anthropologie version – or DIY your own for under $10.
You don’t need to know how to sew to make this beautiful butterfly gift.
Jennifer used the idea behind a $198 necklace she loved from Anthro to make this beautiful key version .
Anthropologie has some of the best jewelry I’ve ever seen – get the same look on a budget with this tutorial.
Zinc Cake Toppers
These faux zinc cake toppers use an unexpected surface – plastic letters.
Find out how they were made at Heart Love Weddings
Decorative Trim Tables
Wood trim, an IKEA chest and wood legs are what you need to make these amazing Anthropologie DIY side tables.