I don't want to come off as a hater, but like anyone else, there are things in life that I just don't love (or like). Craft trends are no different. I don't mean to offend anyone, especially if you happen to love some of the things that I don't. I respect that we all have our own opinions, but thought that it might be fun to discuss some things that we are less than in love with.
Some people can't get enough of these things (pinterest will prove that point).
1-Burlap-I don't hate it, but I certainly don't need burlap curtains, or burlap wrapped tin cans. It doesn't do much for me. I think that it has it's place, but my living room isn't it.
2-Rolled Fabric Rosettes- Perhaps if I had a daughter I would have a different opinion. I've seen some successful rosettes, but for the most part I just think-mehh.
3-Wreaths-I like a nice evergreen wreath, but feel no need to wrap anything in yarn, or plastic spoons. And I certainly don't feel the need to hang a wreath for every holiday. I do have a certain amount of respect for the dutiful holiday decorators out there that care enough to do so. I can be a bit lazy when it comes to seasonal decor.
4-Subway Art-I do actually like SOME, but most subway art I see floating around the internet just looks poorly designed, and thrown together. I don't need that on my wall.
5-Tulle Home Decor-This comes to me courtesy of pinterest. I've seen tulle bedskirts, table skirts, curtains, ect. Again, no daughter in these parts, but has anyone ever worked with tulle? It looks cute for about a minute and a half before it is a hot mess. I can't even image using it as decor in a child's room. Maybe there's a secret to keeping it from bunching, but it just plain seems like a bad idea to me.
Okay, enough complaining from me, I want to hear from you. Are there any craft trends that you could do without? What are they?