Feeling the rush of getting a last-minute gift this holiday season? Or do you simply want to try something new? Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo has found Do-It-Yourself Projects that you might enjoy. Today terrazzo is more than just flooring. The style is showing up everywhere from furniture, clothing, product design, and home decor. If you like the style of terrazzo, try out these projects we’ve found from interior design blogs across the world wide web.

 

DIY Faux Terrazzo Ornaments

Why buy Christmas ornaments when you can make them? Terrazzo has been a trend among the interior design community for the past several years. The great thing about terrazzo is the endless design possibilities so you can try different color combinations any way you like. This is a great way to get in the holiday spirit and share your creations with loved ones.

Materials Needed:

  • Terrazzo adhesive silkscreen
  • Paint Brush, one small round and one medium or angled
  • Family-friendly multi-surface acrylic craft paint
  • Circle porcelain ornaments
  • Scissors
  • Paint palette, or paper plate
  • Cotton string or ornament hooks

Instructions:

For a full step-by-step tutorial, please follow the link to Sarah Hearts website: DIY Faux Terrazzo Ornaments

 

 

DIY Terrazzo Box

We all need a bit of organization in our lives. The Lovely Drawer came up with a terrazzo-themed box that can help you or others store your valuables or office desk supplies. Store your paperclips, coins, or other accessories that can reduce desk clutter. Combine any colors to create a design that you will like.

Materials Needed:

  • Polymer Clay in 4-5 different colors
  • A large 350g block of white polymer clay
  • Scalpel
  • Rolling Pin
  • Wooden Hoop
  • Strong Wood Glue
  • Cutting Mat or Surface Protector
  • Pot or Glass Roughly to the Size you Like

Instructions:

For a full step-by-step tutorial, please follow the link to The Lovely Drawer website: DIY What’s In the Box

 

DIY – Faux Terrazzo Necklace

Faux Terrazzo Necklace

DIY How to Make Faux Terrazzo; Adorablast.com

Adorablest released a tutorial on how to make a faux terrazzo necklace. This necklace will definitely catch your eye with its vibrant color choices, something you can add to the holiday stocking that we’re sure the kids will love.

Materials Needed:

  • Polymer Clay
  • Baking Paper
  • Oven
  • Wet & Dry Sandpaper
  • Necklace Findings
  • Sharp X-Acto/Scalpel Knife

Instructions:

For a full step-by-step tutorial, please follow the link to the Adorablest website: DIY How to Make Faux Terrazzo

DIY – How to Create a Terrazzo Print

Creating Terrazzo Print

How to Create A Terrazzo Print; Fall For DIY

Next up, we have a Do-It-Yourself project designed by Fall for DIY. Their tutorial will demonstrate how you can create terrazzo print for almost anything. Terrazzo print can be seen today on the cover of notebooks, as artwork for your wall, or even the wallpaper itself. Creating print is simple, and can be applied to wood, ceramics, concrete, metal and vinyl surfaces.

Materials Needed:

  • Rust-oleum Painters Touch multi-purpose spray paints
  • Adhesive Vinyls
  • Craft Knife
  • Bookends – Postal Tube, Concrete, Sander

Instructions:

For a full step-by-step tutorial, please follow the link to the Fall For DIY website: DIY How to Create Terrazzo Print

 

DIY Terrazzo Style Slice Soaps

Fall For DIY has another terrazzo project you can try. If you are looking for a unique hygienic product this holiday season, why not attempt to create your very own terrazzo soaps? Combine any colors to create a design that you will like.

Materials Needed:

  • Melt and Pour Soap
  • Concentrated Food Coloring
  • Carbon Capsules (optional)
  • Mailing Tube
  • Craft Knife

Instructions:

For a full step-by-step tutorial, please follow the link to the Fall For DIY website: DIY How to Make Terrazzo Soaps