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Are you looking for home decor craft ideas?

Do you struggle to find creative projects you can make on a budget?

I realized that many women struggle to create a beautiful home decor with a limited budget. I’m convinced that turning a house into a home doesn’t need to be expensive. Being creative and working with DIY project can save you a lot of money, plus you will have the satisfaction of making something unique and personal.

Ohoh deco is here to help you create the decor you are dreaming about. I show you how to make beautiful crafts and DIY for your home which include easy sewing tutorials, paper crafts, lighting, simple wood working, wall decor, and recycled crafts. Most of the DIY projects only required a few materials and very basic tools, as much as possible I try to reuse and recycle items. Because they are free and also because I care about our planet, and at my small scale I try to contaminate less.

This the place where you can find inspiration to create and decorate on a dime.

Ohoh deco is:

  • Your inspiration to make home and seasonal decor on a budget
  • Your friend who shows you with detailed tutorials how to create beautiful crafts.
  • Your DIY mate which you can answer questions and share your make.

Favorites tutorials

Here are some of my favorite and most popular post:

Sewing tutorial:

Home decor DIY:

Seasonal Crafts:

Recycled crafts:

You can browse my projects and DIY by checking out the categories on the navigation bar (top) or by simply searching for what you want in the search box on the sidebar.

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I love Pinterest and fill my creative boards with new ideas every day: DIY Decor, Interior inspiration, Seasonal crafts and Sewing for the house

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Want to know more about me?

ohoh deco amaryllis

Hello,

I’m Amaryllis, I have three kids and a nice husband. I’m Belgian but we live for several years in Mexico. I studied interior design, but gave up work to look after my children. So I started Ohoh deco to share my passion about decoration and crafts.

I like to create beautiful decor on a budget. I use simple supplies and recycle materials to upgrade my home, a lot of creativity on tight money. I love to share my crafts and DIY ideas with my readers. It makes my day when I can help you to make a beautiful creation that fit your needs and your home.

Why Ohoh?

When I started sewing, a few years ago, my son was one year old and didn’t speak yet. Besides mama and papa, the only thing he used to say was: “Oooh oooh!” … Which meant: ” there is a problem”! And there were a lot of “Oooh oooh!” when I first started sewing! Since, sewing is going better … and above all he learned to speak! This blog began its life as “Ohoh Blog” I switched it for “Ohoh Deco” so the name is more in tune with the content of the blog. You can read more about the change in my post A new blog name.

I’m so glad you found my little DIY corner, thanks for being here!

I love to here about you, about the DIY you make and about your craft ideas, so please come over to Facebook to leave a comment, find me on Instagram and write a comment on my blog posts. Don’t hesitate to send me photo of your craft projects and please subscribe to the newsletter to receive once a week craft projects directly into your inbox, your will love them!

Amaryllis

16 Comments

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    Me encantan todos tus proyectos. Genial el blog!!!! Enhorabuena por que hay mucho trabajo detrás y se nota

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      Que lindo comentario! Gracias Maite!

  2. gg
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    apenas descubri tu blog y me encanto!. Quizás haga el librero, voy a ajustar las medidas a mi espacio y después te cuento como me fue!..feliz año 2015

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      Gracias! Suerte con el librero y siiiii mandame una foto o un link para ver lo que hiciste! Feliz año a ti también!

  3. Anonymous
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    I admire your creativity and courage to show great things to all of us.

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      Thank you, it just makes me happy to craft and share all those ideas with my blog readers!!

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    Very artistic! You are very talented and you use your talents well…..thank you! 🙂

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    I just discovered your blog and love it. I'm a retired commercial interior designer, remodeling a 39' class A motorhome with my husband for full-time travel and living. I've launched a second career as a copyeditor. If you ever desire to have your posts quickly edited for English, I would love to help you out. I found your roman shade tutorial––which is fantastic––and will subscribe so I can further explore your blog and your many talents. Thanks for being an artistic soul with a generous heart. Kind regards.

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      Thank you so much Dinah, I will keep it in mind.

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    Bjr je fais votre tuto luminaire paille (magnifique),je bloque a l etape 6 je comprends pas comment nouer les fils du milieu et du bas jai besoin d aide merci d avance

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      Pardon pour ma réponse tardive, Il faut faire un hexagone sur le dessus de la lampe. Tu coupes 6 morceaux de paille, passe un fil dedans et noue les deux extrémités ensemble.Ensuite tu fixes l'hexagone sur la lampe en fessant un nœud a chaque intersection avec les fils des losanges qui forment la lampe. J’espère que c’était bien cette info que tu voulais. Sinon laisse moi un autre commentaire sur le post https://www.ohohdeco.com/2014/02/diy-straws-lampshade.html

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    Olá Amaryllis,
    In addition to having the same names, we also have a taste for handicrafts and Diy. Your blog is great, I already signed your newsletter

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      Hello Amaryllis 😉 that's a funny coincidence same names and same passions! I would love to see what you make!