We've all seen our fair share of ugly ceiling light fixtures. We've also see our fair share of DIY ceiling light fixture cover ups. Here are six of our favorites, all of which can be adapted
If you're a craft lover, it's always nice to keep a few supplies on hand so that you have everything you need when inspiration strikes. But most of us don't have the space to store everything, so today I'm sharing ten of the supplies that I use the most.
Sure, your glue gun melts glue sticks, but does it drip glue all over the place when sitting on its "kickstand"? Does it seem to spontaneously tip over when sitting on said kickstand? Does it take forever to reach maximum heat?
If your glue gun does any or all of these things, it might be time to break up with it and find a new model. After hours and hours of testing 6 models—4 corded and 2 cordless—of wildly varying prices, we've pinned down our favorites. Let's introduce our contenders (and our recommendations):
Do you ever wonder how people get their couches to look so stylish? Well, I'll give you a hint - it has everything to do with the throw pillows. Step up your pillow game with this super chic dip dyed pillow that you can make with only a few simple supplies. Keep reading to check it out.
Today is the last day of my Curbly guest posting spree. I'm so happy I got to share my Curiosity Bone Vase, Printable Watercolor Art and DIY Coasters with you all. For my last post, I'm really excited to share this DIY S'mores atio "grill." S'mores are one of my favorite parts of summer - but city ordinances in my hometown don't allow patio fireplaces.
It's day three of my whirlwind adventures in guest blogging here on Curbly. Today, it's all in the details...of home decor, that is. Sometimes in DIY home accents, it isn't about the big, striking pieces. Often, it's the lovely, custom details that add up to make a space. Like these DIY coasters. They can be any color, and the watercolor effect is both elegant and whimsical.
Our oldest daughter begins school after Labor Day, and at the moment there is much anticipation buzzing around our house because their teacher and class placements will be mailed in the coming weeks.
This year, our girl wanted to come up with a gift she could share with her friends to celebrate the start of school. After a walk through the 'Back to School' section of Target, we came up with a simple DIY pencil case embellishment that she's excited to share with her friends. Read on to find out what we did!
The summer is coming to a close and we are working our way into autumn. With the end of summer, we say goodbye to bright colors, delicious fruits, and poolside fun. End the summer in style with one of these fun ideas!
Hello everyone in Curbly world! My name is Kayla and I can't really say just how excited I am to be guest posting for Curbly. I've been a fan for a long time, and just recently reached out in hopes of being able to share something beautiful with you. The response was more than I asked for, and I'm going to be sharing FOUR posts with you all this week.
One of my favorite things to work on when in art class in high school was clay projects, and this DIY Bone Vase takes me back to those days. It's got the vibe of one of those old "curiousity shoppes," but you don't have to source any unusual animal parts.
There is something really satisfying about the weight and cold feeling of wet clay as you manipulate it into shapes and textures. It is just like a squishy stress ball that you can eventually turn into something beautiful. I've toyed a lot with making salt dough projects (like DIY baby hand dish), but it just isn't the same as wet clay.
If you're a fan of IKEA, you've no doubt come across both the Marius Stool and the Lack Wall Shelf. Well today I'm going to show you how to create a super fun end table using Marius legs and two Lack shelves. Read on to check out the très chic final piece.
Plants are everywhere these day it seems- don't you think? Just browse Pinterest and before long, you will see the influx of images where plants are the star of the show. Bringing plants into the home, big or small, are a sure way to add warmth and interest into any space. And this simple DIY Hanging Clay Planter is a fun option for displaying small plants!
If you have a couple of bored kiddos on your hands who are "over" their usual summer activities, then this 5 minute DIY tent is the answer to your prayers. Not only is it as cute as a button, it's foldable and can be easily stored or brought in the house when the weather turns. And it only takes 5 minutes to make--per the maker, who, by the way is German so you'll have to do the...
If you're into this whole yarn wall hanging craze that has taken the internet by storm, but you're not quite sure where to start... this is the place. It is one of those DIYs that is so easy that you'll wonder why you didn't think of it. Well, Gabriela did. Keep reading to check out her project.
Now that summer is in full swing, so is barbecue season... and you can never have enough backyard activities to keep everyone occupied and having fun. So today I'd like to show you how to make your own wooden ring toss game that's guaranteed to keep everyone laughing all afternoon long!
Sniffing around for interesting makeovers this morning, I stumbled upon a video from a place called Room for Improvements. In it, the presenter explains how to transform an outdoor space into a secluded oasis using free-standing curtain rods. Honestly, I'd never
One of the things we look forward to most come summertime are visits to our local beach. Lying back on a towel with our toes in the warm sand and the sound of waves in the background is pure bliss.
Sure, we have plenty of games for the kids to play... but what about the fun-loving adults?! There are lots of great backyard games out there that will bring your party up a notch. Here are ten DIY games to get your guests' competitive spirits flowing.
Do you ever just see one of those inspirational home decor photos that are super gorgeous and make you want to get yourself to the craft store for supplies? This is one of those projects. I love how this headboard turned out. And then to se that it was made with foam?!? You have to see it for yourself.
Marquee light signs seem to be popping up everywhere, from store shelves to Pinterest boards and everywhere in between. And I recently I got to thinking... perhaps I could make my own using string lights? So today I wanted to share with you a fun DIY marquee sign that you can customize exactly to your liking. Keep reading to check it out!
I'm in love with this mobile. (Seriously.) Because it's copper, it's not only beautiful, but it can be used indoors and outdoors. Its maker, Rachel, chose to put her's outdoors and left it unsealed so it develops a natural patina over