20 Lauren Conrad-Approved Crafts That Will Make Your Life Prettier

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When Lauren Conrad was on Laguna Beach, she was obviously our number one queen. We grew up with LC, and now that she's all grown up, she's basically become our generation's Martha Stewart. She has a lifestyle website, which is the cutest thing ever, and her Instagram is swoon-worthy.

Since we're in love with LC, we want to make sure that our crafts are Lauren Conrad-approved. This way, we can start our journey to becoming trendy AF. These DIYs are all LC approved and endorsed, so get ready to be a living Pinterest board.

1. Confetti party poppers


Here, LC shows you how to make party poppers for any occasion. Take cute birthday photos with your party poppers and have an absolute blast!

2. Himalayan salt and lavender oil bath soak


These sweet salts are a great gift for yourself…or, you know, someone else.

3. Gallery wall


Turn any wall into a picture perfect gallery with LC's assistance.

4. Oyster shell trinket trays


We love these adorable oyster shell trinket holders! Leave them out on your nightstand or bathroom counter; we promise it will look *fancy*.

5. Flower crowns


Flower crowns can be worn to so many different events, and LC has your guide to the most stunning ones you won't believe you can make yourself.

6. Stacked flower pots


We love this vertical garden—perfect for small spaces, or even your apartment balcony.

7. Vintage teacup candles


This sweet teacup will warm you up as a candle and then, later, when it's full of tea.

8. Crystal knob boxes


These charming boxes are perfect for the trendsetter in your life—especially if that trendsetter is you.

9. Aquarium terrarium


Succulents are the trendiest plants ever, and they're impossible to kill. So, of course, we love them! But they look especially cute here in their own fishbowl, accented with pretty pink gravel.

10. Gold foil brushstroke clutch


This clutch will dress up any outfit—even your laziest I-woke-up-like-this ensemble.

11. Chalkboard serving dish


We love all chalkboard everything! This dish can house your favorite appetizers or desserts, and the best part is that you can label everything for your guests!

12. Accent pillows


LC teaches us how to make accent pillows that just so happen to be the perfect addition to your dorm decor! Surprise your roomies by giving them each a monogram pillow for their bed or the common area.

13. Hexagon planter


Brighten up your otherwise dreary dorm room with this cheery planter—we adore this color combo, by the way.

14. Chocolate coffee stirring spoons


Who doesn't love a mocha in the morning? Make these chocolate stirring spoons for your hot cocoa or coffee any day of the week!

15. Washi tape tealights


Spice up your tealights with a little washi tape! This paper tape comes in all colors and prints, and can be used to decorate just about anything.

16. Candy jewelry


Here, LC shows you how to make the yummiest accessories imaginable! Wear 'em out, and you have an instant on-the-go snack!

17. Mini pinata favor boxes


No need to give a sweet gift in boring wrapping. These mini pinata boxes are so adorable, everyone will be swooning. Bonus, they double as little trinket boxes!

18. Pineapple favor bags


Wrap up your friends' presents in these adorable pineapple bags! Whether your party has a tropical theme or not, these favor bags are the sweetest treat.

19. Lavender bath bombs


Lush bath bombs are obviously our fave, but they're a bit too pricey to use on a regular basis. Make your own stunning bath fizzies, and give them to all your friends as pretty yet affordable gifts.

20. Threaded love sign


LC pinned this craft, and now you can add it to your repertoire, too!

What's your favorite Lauren Conrad-inspired craft?

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Ariel graduated from Western University in 2017. She served as her chapter's Campus Correspondent, has been a National Content Writer, and a Campus Expansion Assistant. She is currently a Chapter Advisor and Chapter Advisor Region Leader. 

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