Is your dining room table looking a little less than inspired lately? Dress it up before the holidays rush in with this DIY.
Add a bit of magic to your decor this winter with a scenic, floating terrarium!
'Twas a few weeks before Christmas 2011, when I discovered the might glory of the craft store glitter reindeer. I had so much fun hacking these glam-covered beasts into something a little less insane, that I wanted to rescue this elegant species from their harsh coats of coarse, uneven glitz again this year. Last year, I came up with a trick for removing the factory glitter and replacing it with something more refined. This year, I...
This is by far one of the coolest DIY mobiles I've ever seen. It helps that it's in über-on-trend copper, of course, but it would look awesome in any color or finish! Check out how to make it below.
Last holiday season, I had so much fun experimenting with sprayable glitter (see: here, and here, here, & here), that this year, it nearly didn't feel like Christmas unless I busted out the glitz again. But then, when a friend asked if I had any ideas to make some super easy, small woodland-style Christmas trees for a centerpiece, I knew exactly what to do.
So, here's how to make a whole forrest of tabletop winter...
Curbly recently had the great pleasure of creating a series of Mid-Century Modern holiday decorations for DIY Network, including everything from ornaments to stockings to wreaths. We're excited to share our final project with you, this awesome, modern floating centerpiece! Check it out!
Papier. Papel. Carta. Papper. Paper. No matter how you say it, it's our favorite material for turning out some creative and unique Christmas-time decor with a little folding, cutting, or gluing. Here are 15 ideas to get you started!
1. Origami Star, from Home by Linn
2. 6-Point Stars, by Kate's Creative Space
3. Paper Star Wreath, by Sinnenrausch
4. Origami Stars for Garlands...
This DIY tree branch lamp is a unique project that could easily be scaled to your liking (a desk lamp, perhaps?)!
A few weeks back I saw a really sweet tutorial for how to make a tinsel tree for a dollhouse. I couldn't let the opportunity pass, so I decided to make one and put it under glass. Specifically a homemade waterless snow globe. Although there's quite a few steps to this process, it really doesn't take much time
As a kid, I loved making those paper ring garlands to help count down the days to Christmas. They weren't much, just strips of red and green construction paper, one looped inside another and held together with a swipe of glue stick, but, buddy, I loved the ritual of ripping those suckers off as soon as I woke up every morning.
As a child I recall gallivanting around the room on my sticky steed, imaging that I was being chased by a band of thieves hellbent on my capture. These were simpler times, times I cherish and those memories came flooding back on discovering this fantastic craft project.
Yesterday, I shared a few of my favorite DIY gift wrap ideas. Well, you can't leave those gifts undressed and naked! Here are 35 gift tag and gift topper ideas that are sure to offer the perfect finishing touch to your holiday gifts this year. Enjoy!
If store-bought wrapping paper just isn't doing it for you this year, here are over 30 DIY gift wrap ideas to inspire and delight! Happy crafting!
I've seen a lot of stencil projects, but honestly, not one has really made me want to break out my paint brush and actually do it. Until now. I can't find my brushes fast enough.