Agata used brass pipe fittings and furniture legs/feet to make oh-so-moody candle holders to enhance her Halloween dining experience. She simply
Everyone has inexpensive frames lying around their house. Here's how you can take a pretty plain frame, and warm it up with a DIY copper mat. The DIY skill level required is low. If you can purchase copper foil tape and know how to "peel-n-stick"...you got this DIY -- no problem.
When I think of fall, I think of pumpkins... and it's also the time of year when I start lighting candles again, to cast a cozy glow on those chilly nights. So it would only be natural to combine the two - and that's exactly what we're sharing today. Click through to find out how to make your own pumpkin beeswax candles.
Confession: I find it difficult parting with shoe boxes. Actually any "Nice Box." You know what I mean. A sturdy, box that's in pristine, un-dented condition. Not too big, but not too small, and possibly perfect for a yet-unknown something that will need to be mailed
Leather is an underutilized material when it comes to DIY projects for the home, but it's also one of the most versatile ones... so today we're sharing some ideas to inspire you to use more of it around the house. Here are ten simple ways to incorporate leather into your home. (And if you're not into leather for ethical reasons, please note that most of these projects can be done with vegan leather too!).
Fun fact: Autumn Leaves was the first jazz standard I learned on guitar back in high school, when I though learning to play jazz guitar would make me cool and get girlfriends. It's a pretty basic song, and a good one to teach a 15-year-old me how to do a chord melody, which, on a guitar, is where you play a song's chords and melody at the same time, and ... hey, isn't this supposed to be a DIY blog!?
Is anybody else sick of all the cheesy orange Halloween decor that's filling every craft store? I know I am. So I decided to try making a more modern wreath for Halloween. And get this - it's an IKEA hack! This wreath is made out of a Ribba picture frame, and covered with pretty paper flowers. Click through to check out the final product and the full tutorial.
I know what you're thinking: Sharpies stick to wax?? Probably not. (Honestly, I've never attempted it.) But they DO stick to tissue paper, which is what Erica used to make custom candles. After making her design, she has a very neat trick
Now that the temperatures are getting a bit chillier, I've been spending the evenings curled up on the couch with throw blankets and a warm cup of tea. And if you have too, then you might enjoy the tutorial that I have for you today... I'm going to show you how to make an incredibly simple faux fur throw blanket with fabulous yarn tassels adorning the corners. Click through to check out the full photo tutorial.
While Halloween is a fun holiday to decorate for, you run the risk of going overboard with the jack-o-lanterns and spiders and ghosts. Sometimes store-bought decorations can look downright cheesy. So today we're sharing some elegant ideas that will keep your home looking classy this October.
It's a bit of an unspoken rule that our homes should smell delicious during the fall and winter. You've gotta have those berries. You should smell the pumpkin. We've rounded up a handful of ways that you can bring that scent right into your home and enjoy it all season long!
Halloween is right around the corner, which means that it's time to start thinking about costumes... and if you have a dog or a cat, then perhaps you're considering dressing them up too! Click through to check out ten of our favorite simple DIY costumes for your pet (or just to have a good laugh!).
I am adoring this gold leaf wall art, which Megan, it's creator, says is easy to make and CHEAP! The outcome doesn't look like
No one loves Halloween more than kids. Here are some fun ideas on how to make Halloween fun all month long with these crafts you can do with your kids.
It's time to start saving those tea bags people because, yes, this weird and wonderful wall art is made using a bunch of them. Along with some tree branches and
Yes, such things are usually hung outside, functioning as bird houses, but I'm with Julia from Tag & Tibby on this one: displayed indoors, her modern take on the painted gourds are lovely pieces of organic art. A trio
There's so many brilliant DIY techniques in this world that I probably shouldn't be surprised when one comes along that I haven't yet attempted.
And yet here I am, gobsmacked that I hadn't thought to try transferring images to wood before. This super easy and very versatile technique is one of the best ways I've seen to get patterns onto timber, and you needn't draw the line at shapes - you can also transfer photos or text so there's lots of room to experiment and have fun!
If you are a big DIYer, then odds are you have some yarn scraps lying around. Or if you're like me, you have tons of yarn scraps. So today I'm sharing some great ways to use up those scraps. Click through to check out ten of my favorite yarn-busting DIY projects.
High praise to Mandi who transformed a simple wooden bowl (one of the 50 secondhand things we NEVER pass up) into one of the most beautiful planters we've ever seen. Ingeniously, she used wooden ring holders as legs. The adaption just might catch on
IKEA has long been a great source for inexpensive home wares, and people have been creating hacks out of those products for almost as long. And some of those hacks are so unique that it's difficult to tell they're even IKEA products. Click through to check out ten of our favorite such hacks.