It's officially December, which means it's time to deck the halls and transform our homes into those festive retreats! But wait, no fireplace? No problem! This simple Scandinavian stocking hanger is stylish, easy-to-make and ready to hang wherever and whenever!
Serena's DIY wood journal project may be the answer to your holiday gift-giving problem. It's perfect for those who have everything, it's lovingly crafted, and making one couldn't be simpler. You'll need wood, a saw of some sort (Serena used a jigsaw), a drill and
The holiday season is for getting together and having fun with the people you love. One of my family's favorite Christmas activitites is playing our handmade Christmas chimes. These were a gift to our family and we have had some serious memories and laughter playing these bells. If you want to add some epic Christmas cheer to your next party here is how you make these Christmas bells.
Sometimes the holidays can become focused on shopping, candy and presents - but every now and then it's refreshing to take a step away and go back to the roots of Christmas... simple, natural decorations to celebrate time spent with family and friends. So today we're sharing ten ways to incorporate fresh herbs and fruits to create uncomplicated wreaths, ornaments and tablescapes.
Get ready for the weekend with seven DIY project ideas for the holidays and beyond. The giant light box marquee is probably my favorite on the list this week. But there's also a really cool faux ceramic hanging planter idea, ornament wall art, and more. Click through to see all seven DIYs to try.
I keep seeing garment racks pop up everywhere. And while I love the idea, I'm such a hoarder that I don't think I could pull it off! This copper hack might just be the way to try it out without breaking the bank on an expensive rolling garment rack!
Like with a lot of things in life, I find that simple is best when it comes to DIY projects. And these felt garlands are exactly that - they're simple to make, they don't require many materials, and they have a classic look which makes them easy to work into the rest of your Christmas decorating. Read on for the easy how-to!
Now that there's a chill in the air, winter feels more like a reality. I've even seen a few snowflakes floating around up here in Boston already. And while holiday decor tends to overtake the interwebs in December, sometimes more subtle winter-themed decor can be refreshing. So today we have ten gorgeous snowflake DIY projects for you.
Coming up with a gift for the maker in your life can be a challenge, because they're usually the ones trying to figure out how to make every gift they give. Instead of racking your brain, how about giving them something to help them along the way: because makers gonna make (but, ahem ... having the right tools and inspiration are essential to the makin').
I'm constantly searching for ways to keep my craft supplies organized and this DIY basket idea would be a perfect way to do just that. All you need is sisal rope and a few other supplies to make your own.
Pillows are the best way to change up a room for the new season. And nothing is more cuddly and warm then a soft flannel shirt. This fun flannel pillow is sure to encourage some quality time on the sofa.
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Yep, December is here and I'm ready to deck. those. halls. Each year, I lean more and more towards minimal Christmas decorations and I love simple black and white with spashes of metalics. I'm a huge fan of a banner or pendent. They are easy to hang and roll up small and compact to pack away for the rest of the year. Banners add a relaxed, informal vibe to a space. This no-sew, narrow NOEL banner is perfect for a tight space. I'm hanging mine on a tiny space on my wall between the door and window.
Felt is one of my favorite materials to work with. It's inexpensive and requires no sewing.
Let's face it, Christmas might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be expensive once you factor in all the decorations, food and gifts that you end up buying over the course of the season. Don't despair though, there are plenty of ways to save a few pennies without sacrificing that lovely festive vibe - read on for more details!
Superman, Spiderman and the Flash to name a few. Yes, red is the color of superheroes. That's why it was the perfect choice for this dresser destine for Kristi's little boys' bedroom. At 36 weeks preggers (you go, girl!), Kristi
Plaid is usually defined as "rustic Christmas" but this year, with the trend taking center stage, you can throw some plaid into any design style. If you are into "easy DIY" then this wreath is for you. Grab your favorite plaid fabric and lets get started.