Greeting cards can get pricey, especially during the holidays when you have 20+ cards to buy, stamp, and send to loved ones. Ouch. So instead of buying cards this year, make your own with this list of 11 DIY holiday greeting cards.
A secret, perfectly concealed, spy-like storage spot: how awesome is that?! I would have loved something like this as a kid--it was always a battle to hide my Halloween candy from my thieving siblings--and now that I'm an adult, heck, why shouldn't I make one?
Lemon, cinnamon, grapefruit -- how delicious do these homemade extracts sound?? Turns out, they're pretty easy to make!
Whether you want to force co-mingling, keep the conversation lively or keep the peace, assigning seats around the dinner table this holiday season is a must. These 10 DIY place card projects not only direct people to the right spot, they'll add
I spotted this adorable little paper decor/wall art project the other day and couldn't wait to share!
My mouth dropped open when I ran across this project; it's pretty darn genius. There is a certain wintery elegance about these lanterns, and they give off the perfect amount of warm cozy light when the candles are lit inside. These would make the perfect gift. Click through to find out more about these elegant little beauties.
Up here in Boston, the weather has gotten cold and drizzly... not exactly conducive to sending the kids outside to play. Instead, grab the feathers and the glue and try out these fun Thanksgiving DIY projects, crafts and games that will have them busy for hours. And you might just have fun too.
Put the 'thanks' back into thanksgiving this year with our curated round-up of FREE printables. We've got everything from printable wall art through thanksgiving 'thank you' note and decor.
Although it's hard to believe, it's almost that time of year when holiday parties start occupying most Saturday nights. My go-to gift for these kinds of events is usually a bottle of wine, but sometimes it's nice to surprise your hostess with something different. Here are some wonderfully affordable DIY ideas that you can start thinking about ahead of time to avoid excessive holiday stress.
Supplies we used:
- a length of 2" x 6" lumber at least 7 and 1/2 inches long'
- 180 grit sand paper
- paint brush
If you've been paying attention, I'm not a fan of wallpaper. As a matter of fact, I've said on more than one occasion that I think it should be outlawed. Be that as it may, I am loving Day of Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper available
There's a major trend happening right now, and it's a user-friendly one... watercolors! They're popping up everywhere; and I'm about to share ten super easy ideas that you can finish in an afternoon (or less). C'mon, get on board before it becomes the next ombré!
Upcycling is on the up and up, and while I'm personally against defacing a perfectly preserved book, there are times when I'd happily convert a thrift store find into into a statement decor piece, this fall pumpkin idea would be one of those times.
I've seen some really cool marble table lamps and decorative accessories popping up lately and I really love the look. If you'd like to add something similar to your decor, check out this ridiculously simple DIY lighting idea!
From spooky to downright adorable, we've got you covered. Here's our round-up of 10 awesome Halloween printables, everything from invites to wall art and treat boxes.
About the time I have pumpkin guts halfway up my arms, I swear I'm never going to carve another. This year for Halloween I'm going to live up to my own decree and make some of these paper pumpkins. Quick and easy to construct, they only require scrapbook paper, black pipe cleaners (for vines), a bit of green felt (for leaves) and—my favorite bit—wine corks for stems. Visit BHG for the entire tutorial.
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The minute you carve into a pumpkin it will begin decomposing... and will be in the trash before you know it. So we wanted to share some great no-carve ideas that will last a bit longer. Recently we showed you how to create your own typographic pumpkins, and this week we have ten other great no-carve pumpkin projects to share with you.
Halloween is fast approaching, which means there isn't much time left to decorate your entryway. So to make it easy on you, we've rounded up ten spooky garlands and wreaths that will knock your socks right off.
Let's say you find an old piece of furniture at your local thrift store: it has great bones but the finish has seen better days (sound familiar?). You know you can do something awesome with it, but what? All-over paint? A new stain? Boring!
Instead, bring it back to life with this colorful, pattern-tastic DIY idea from ModCloth! Whether you choose to go bold or keep it subtle, this technique allows for nearly infinite customization and creativity. Ready to get started? Let's go!