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  1. DIY

    We recently caught up with Emily Katz after she held a modern macrame course at our studio. I’ve been a massive fan of her bohemian styles for years and it was such a pleasure to spend the afternoon making things with her. As she told the lovely group of women taking the workshop about her life …

  2. DIY

    My favorite pieces of décor in my home all have one thing in common – I had some part in their creation. Whether it’s choosing the perfect family photo to hang in our dining room or piecing together a floral arrangement, there is something to be said about showcasing a work of art that you had a …

  3. DIY

    Happy Monday, guys. How was your weekend? After a weekend offline. I’m reminded that it’s important to disconnect and take on a project. Today we have 9 (relatively) easy DIYs you can do this weekend if you have a spare couple of hours. We’ve got a little something in here for every part of the home. I’m …

  4. DIY

    Ed. note: This post was sponsored by FLOR. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer and videographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always my …

  5. DIY

    Today we have a fun project from our content manager, Francine Thompson. Francine helps keep our blog posts organized, hunts down photos and links, and makes sure we’re locked and ready to publish after we’ve shot, written, and produced content for the website. She’s also is a talented designer and has a great sense of style! I’m …

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  7. DIY

    I just couldn’t get this stair runner out of my head. Honestly, I think I obsessed about how I could achieve this myself for a reasonable cost, consumed me for a couple weeks. After doing a bunch of research and watching many, many tutorials on YouTube, I gave it a shot. I’m so excited with how …

  8. DIY

    This post is sponsored by Curate. Last month, I introduced you to a new snack bar, Curate Snacks that inspired me to be a bit more creative in the kitchen, and swap out expected ingredients with ones that would add an unexpected flavor to a recipe. Well dear reader, that sparked a bit of a chain …

  9. DIY

    Furoshiki is a decades-old traditional Japanese method of wrapping fabrics into beautiful designs. Today, it continues on as a cool, modern-day way to wrap gifts for all occasions. Today we’re sharing a visual step-by-step presentation of wrapping a craft beer bottle. Cheers! THE MATERIALS: + Wit & Delight / Target bar towels + Any bottles or …

  10. DIY

    While on set shooting Wit & Delight for Target, our team spent time brainstorming different ways to use paper products from the line. One of my favorite ideas was to turn our paper bowls into hanging air plant holders in a couple easy steps. It’s a simple to install (because it weighs next to nothing) and …

  11. DIY

    Believe it or not, the best thing to happen to your skin just might be sitting in your pantry. I’m a huge fan of using everyday ingredients to create affordable masks and scrubs, so when I came across this incredibly simple green tea and honey mask from Jamie Krell, I stopped what I was doing (getting …

  12. DIY

    It’s installment number three in the Go Go Traveling Stamp Project! I have a soft spot for black and white patterns, and this little pink stamp was blast to play with. For my contribution, I chose to stamp black paint on natural linen napkins. The hand-cut quality of Emma’s stamp adds a bit of warmth to …

  13. DIY

    I saw this clay bowl tutorial a few weeks ago and just had to give it a try over the holiday break. It looked too good to be true and in reality, it was. Check out the tutorial here and have fun with it! FYI- I used my fingers to shape the bowls to get a …