Branches, twigs, and logs -- oh my! Turn this readily available material into stylish decor accessories. Stumped? Here are 15 awesome projects to get the creative juices flowing.
I woke up to the first snow of the season last week and couldn't help but get a little excited for the magical, wintery days ahead. It's still a bit warm to line the walks with these crystal-like beauties, but come December, you better believe I'm making a whole bunch of DIY ice lanterns!
What do you get when you take a plain IKEA chair and attack it with a Sharpie? Something totally awesome.
We've rounded up 20 festive fall wreaths that will see your decor through from Halloween to Thanksgiving! Check 'em out and let us know which are your fave!
My husband and I just moved into a new apartment and one of the things that we are lacking is storage space. There are only a couple of closets and we basically filled them to the brim with our eyes closed. So I've been looking for storage options that actually look good.
We've shown you 5 clever ways to decorate with washi tape and even some cool washi tape storage jars, but what about bringing a little of this tape-loving action to the kitchen (or home office)? Here's a simple afternoon project that will do just that!
I stumbled across this Ready-Made submission that Das rote Paket received for a competition they were running. It's cheap, cheerful and quirky, key ingredients for my kind of DIY.
If you've read my review of John Murphy's delightful new book, Return of the Stupid Sock Creatures, and you now have a hankerin' to create a Stupid Sock Creature of your very own, have no fear, Blincubus Jackson is here! Well, instructions to make one are here. Blincubus has a sweet tooth the size of Montana, and his sugary fixes are causing him all sorts of trouble.
To make Blincubus, you'll need some supplies. Here's a quick rundown...
I'm not exactly sure how to describe Design Seeds' color palette finder; although I do know that it takes more time to explain than to do. But here goes anyway: it's a method by which to find a color palette based upon a single color value. You select the value using R/G/B sliders. Then, when you've found the color that's most pleasing to you, you click 'Go get it!' and the finder
Yesterday I saw a little boy walking the aisles of the co-op sporting a pair of faux vampire teeth. I've never understood their appeal, as, if I remember correctly, they kinda hurt your mouth. Better use of them would be to make Martha's Fang Pumpkins (aka Drac-o'-Lanterns). Besides
In keeping with comfort foods I'm going to show you how to tackle a perennial favorite of mine, Minestrone, which is derived from the Provençal dish, Soupe au Pistou.
Do you have a stack of old books that don't fit on your overflowing book shelf anymore? Here's a clever way to reuse those books as a unique headboard.
When I first ran across this how-to on The Burlap Bag, I stopped dead in my tracks, years of struggling to peel/de-seed/eat a pomegranate flooding back to my mind as a giant swooshing sound filled my ears. HOW DID I NOT KNOW THIS TECHNIQUE BEFORE NOW?!
I looooooove mobiles. Love 'em. I love the energy they bring into a space, the visual interest, and the fact that they're not too terribly difficult to make yourself. And this DIY paper version? Easy peasy!
With Thanksgiving around the corner and fall in full-swing, dinner parties are pretty popular this time of year. And what does every great host or hostess need at his or her dinner party, aside from great food and good company? An awesome centerpiece, of course. Here are our top ten favorite centerpiece ideas for fall.