15 Of The Best Mountain Crafts and DIY’s For Your Home

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For The Love of Mountain Crafts

I thought it would be fun to do a round up of my favourite Mountain crafts and DIY ideas for the home.
 
I grew up on the top of a mountain (Mt Nicholson, Hong Kong) all be it a small one. My husbands family is from Norway which is all mountain. The kids favourite family holidays are the ones we spent skiing and snowboarding in the Alps.
 
I can safely say as a family we all love mountains. Which is a shame as we currently live in the flattest part of the United Kingdom nowhere near any mountains. Maybe we will live in the mountains again one-day, my husband has this fantasy of retiring to the Norwegian Fjords.
 
In the meantime, I’ll just make do with some mountain crafts.
 
If you love the mountains as much as I do, you will love these 15 breathtaking mountain crafts and DIY's to brighten up your home.
 
 
 
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Mountain craft 1 to 5

1. Upcycled Sweater Mountain Pillows – Pillarboxblue
 
These easy to make Mountain pillows are made from old sweaters. They have proven to be very popular and have even been featured in a couple of Magazines.
 

 
Upcycled old sweaters felted in the washing machine and then made into gorgeous Mountain pillows.  Free pattern.
 
 
 
2. Mountain Mural- Lovelyetc
 
Carrie has created a fantastic and simple tutorial on how to paint a Mountain mural in a bedroom. My son would love this in his room.
 

 
 
 
3. Mountain Jewelry Displays – A little craft in your day
 
What a cute way to display your favourite jewelry.
 

 
 
 
4. Mountain Desk Organizer-Dream A Little Bigger
 
What an adorable stationery organizer for your desk. This DIY would actually make a lovely homemade gift.
 

 
 
 
5. Purple Mountain Necklace – Dream A Little Bigger.
 
Another great mountain craft from Dream A Little Bigger. This would also make a lovely gift.
 

 
 
 

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6. Mountain Wall Art – Mountain Modern Life
 
How about showing your love of the mountains by making some sweet mountain wall art on a small bit of reclaimed wood?
 

 
 
 
7. Mountain Cabin Holder – Sadie Seasongoods
 
A great thrift store upcycle from Sarah the queen of thrift store upcycles. I love the mountain stencil on the front.
 

 
 
 
8. Mountain Shelf Display Storage – Upcycle That
 
These Mountain shelfs look fabulous and make greate display shelves for small collections like crystals.
 

 
 
 
9. Mountain Chest of Drawers – Dawanda
 
If you’re going for that Mountain theme in the bedroom then why not complete the look with this furniture hack.
 

 
 
 
10. Pom Pom Mountains – Mr Printables
 
These have to be the cutest littlest mountains. I can’t wait to make some pom pom mountains to add to my Christmas decorations.
 

 
 
 

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11. Mountain Shelves – Carnet Parisiens
 
Some more mountain shelves, but a completly different design this time.
 

 
 
 
12. Felt Mountain Garland – Art Camp
 
This snowy mountain garland would look gorgeous strung accross a mantle.
 

 
 
 
12. Woven Mountain Landscapes – Jesus Sauvage
 
I’ve always fancied having a go at weaving and these woven landscapes might just tempt me to start.
 

 
 
 
13. Mountain Wall Art – Simply Real Moms
 
Why not paint your own Mountain wall art with this simple tutorial.
 

 
 
 
14. Felt Snow Globe Ornament – Bugs and Fishes
 
This applique snow globe with mountain scene would make a gorgeous Christmas decoration. There are really good instructions too!
 

 
 
 
15. Mini Mountain Photo Holders – Sugar and Cloth
 
Last but not least! These photo holders are a really sweet way to show your holiday snaps, especially if you have been skiing. Good tutorial too!
 

 
 
 


 

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24 Responses

  1. What a fun group of projects! All those great fun mountains!

  2. What a great roundup of awesome and clever mountain posts! Love them all!

  3. Who would have thought that you could do so many things with mountains!! I love them all!

    • Thank you Sam. There are obviously lots of creatives out there there who love mountains too!

  4. I love all of your creative mountain projects, it’s always easier to craft with or about something you love. Thanks for sharing them all in one place.

    • Thank you! I agree it’s easier to craft when something has that personal touch.

  5. What a great collection, Claire! Thanks for sharing @Vintage Charm!

  6. Such a fun roundup and I adore your Mountain cushions Claire

  7. Such great ideas! I’ll be featuring your sweet mountain DIY roundup at this week’s link party 🙂 xx

  8. All of these are so great I can’t pick a favorite. Such a great roundup of some very different projects. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

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  10. This is a great collection of mountain projects. Full of inspiration! Thank you for sharing at Sweet Inspiration Link Party 🙂

  11. Claire, your post is my feature in the upcoming party tomorrow 🙂

  12. Oh I remember your lovely pillows Claire. My daughter went completely batty over them when we first saw them. And now you’ve given us so many more mountain crafts to thinks about. I might hold off showing her the others until we’ve got sometime to actually make them 😉

    • Thank you Michelle. I do want to make some more mountain crafts myself but you know what is like we can’t make everything too many projects I want t make.

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  14. Wow, Claire, these are great! It’s impossible to pick a favorite and I look forward to seeing more mountain crafts. Despite never being near any, I’ve always been drawn to mountains. Hopefully, one day I’ll have that chance. Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story, and have a great weekend.

    • Thank you, Sandra. There is something magical about mountains that draws you in.

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