Two years ago on a trip to Copenhagen I discovered Ferm Living, it was love at first sight. I snapped up several homeware pieces and brought them back home. I've watched them grow from strength to strength since then and their look books always bring a smile to my face.
Hello, Sun. Hello, fun project! Who doesn't love to receive fun packages in the mail? Here is a fun DIY project that you can do alone or with the kiddos. These bags are created using simple items that you most likely have around the house.
We've featured a few DIY iPad sleeves before, but I love the contrast of materials in this version. Plus, it's a fun way to re-use an old t-shirt!
School's out, and the dog days of summer are here... don't let the kids even have the chance to get bored. Try out these fun craft projects using recycled materials that you probably have laying around the house. And you'll be doing our earth a favor while you're at it!
As you may know, this month is kids (and pets) month here on Curbly. So, today I have a fun project that will make things a little easier for all you parents out there. Make a cool indoor / outdoor baby swing from scratch to entertain little ones hands free.
Colorful rope dog leads have been all the rage in the pet accessories world lately -- and I am obsessed! But, with prices ranging anywhere from $70 to over $150, they're a little outside most people's "dog stuff" budgets. If you'd still like to get your paws on a stylish leash for your pooch (in whatever color your heart desires) without breaking the bank, give this easy DIY rope leash project a whirl!
Want to dedicate some wall space to your dog or cat? Not too keen on cheesy pet portraits? Well, I have just the answer for you - make a custom print using some non-toxic paint and your pet's paw!
Car rides with your pooch can be fun, but if your furry friend is leaving behind more hair than you can handle, it might be time to get a car seat cover! Instead of spending loads of money, though, why not give this DIY version a try?
Now that the kids are out of school, it's up to us to keep them occupied and entertained, right?! Instead of letting them lounge in front of the television, help them find their creative side by making these adorable paper fish!
Summer break is always fun at first, but sometimes as the novelty wears off and the days get hotter, the kids need some help finding things to do. Make sure they don't utter the phrase "I'm bored" ever again with these enjoyable games and activities.
Besides DIYing, DIYers love their pets. These 15 examples prove as much. From magical to minimal, from challenging to easy, there's something for every decor and skill level.
We're starting of with this lovely entry from DIY Network in which a rather roomy
As father of a toddler and baby I'm always looking for fun and interesting ways to make food and cooking more appealing to them. I've found that involving them in these fun exercises has lead to them expressing more interest in our daily meal planning and preparation.
I don't know about you, but I have lots of fabric leftover from past sewing projects. So why not put it to good use by creating something for the little ones? Here are ten of my absolute favorite fabric-related DIY ideas for playrooms and bedrooms.