I guess I'm just full of IKEA hacks this week! We have a mirror hanging in our bathroom that is totally plain and totally blah. I might take a minute or two to change things up like this cool hanging mirror hack!
As you may have noticed, we have a bit of a thing for typography over here at Curbly. Whether it's the simple use of a monogram, or an entire wall of font-focused art - we appreaciate it all. So today we're sharing ten of our favorite typography themed home decor DIY projects. Keep reading to check 'em out!
Believe it or not, summer is just around the corner... and with it comes backyard barbecues and lazy summer afternoons with nothing to do. Until now. Here are ten of our very favorite DIY outdoor games that will keep you entertained all summer.
Whether you've been knitting for ages, or are just curious about getting into the hobby, we're really psyched about the giveaway we're sharing today. We've teamed up with We Are Knitters to give away five of their amazingly-comfy Udon Blanket Knit Kits (each worth $125).
The Udon blanket is easy enough for anyone to make, and snuggly-soft enough that everyone will want one! And with We Are Knitter's super-clear...
Every DIY enthusiast on the planet most likely already has the bulk of the supplies necessary to make these charger plates. Leftover underlayment or plywood, glue gun and glue, jig
Spring will be here eventually, and when it arrives, I'll be ready and waiting with my pretty floral rope wreath IKEA hack. This is one of the easiest hacks I've shared yet - and you'll never guess what IKEA product I used. Keep reading to find out.
I don't know about you, but I have a ton of yarn left over from old knitting projects. And I always feel like I should use it up somehow. And then I ran across this genius project - a circular wall hanging that's made with a wicker hoop and a bunch of random yarn colors. Read on to check out the gorgeous final piece.
Is your office in need of a little bit of TLC? Well, with spring on its way, it is the perfect time to get organized. Here are ten of our favorite DIY projects that will help you get your workspace in order.
As my new office space started coming together, I realized I had a very large blank wall that needed some major artwork. On the opposing wall, I have a small trio of frames, so I didn't want to do the same on the big wall. But I didn't want just one big image either. So I did what we all do, I searched the internets for some inspiration. One product popped up from Umbra (pictured above) that caught my attention immediately. The 30" x 26 1/2" configuration would be perfect photographs that hold a special place in my heart but have yet found a special place enlarged on my walls.
The store-bought version costs a very reasonable $20, but I knew I could make one for next to nothing. Which I did. Actually, I made two
As someone who crafts for both business and pleasure, I spend a lot of time at local art supply stores and on websites that sell craft goodies. But there are a handful of materials that I use all the time, so I make sure to always have them on hand. And I thought I'd share that list with you, so you can fill out your craft supply collection with all of the necessities.
It's that time of year, when all we want is warm, sunny days... but what we get is chilly rainy ones instead. So why not freshen up your home with some brightly colored accents to get yourself in the springtime mood? Here are ten of our favorite colorful textiles from around the web.
Do you have tons of yarn but no knitting or crocheting projects in mind for it? Well, I have the perfect solution for you! Use it up by making a cool wall hanging in a unique chevron shape. Read on to find out how to create this colorful tapestry for your wall.
This is one of those head-smackers...as in "why didn't I think of that!" Rachel actually made the pillows she used for this project, but the same technique could be used to make plain store-bought pillows (or the ones now sitting on your sofa or stashed in your linen closet) into one-of-a-kind bursts of pure happiness. Take
Air plants, also known as Tillandsia, are a wonderful way to add greenery to your home without the maintenance of a regular houseplant. They do require water, but they don't need to be planted in soil so they can be placed in all kinds of unique spots in your home. Here are ten of our favorite ways to display air plants.
Rock crystal and geode lamps are the rage but they come at a price. I was inspired by the rock crystals made by many out of Borax and wondered if I could make a rock crystal lamp out of borax crystals. This was one big learning process but I like the way it turned out. Here is how you do it.
String lights are my favorite things to make anything magical. This DIY project adds a little Valentine's flare to the common discount store light using ping pong balls. Whether you string these up in your home or use them as a centerpiece on your table, these string lights might be the easiest, and loveliest, DIY you'll ever do.
We covered the guys last week. Today we're turning our attention to the ladies. Although, I'm guessing there are a lot of guys out there that would love some of the things on this list as much as some of the ladies out there would love some of the things on the guys' list--okay, maybe not the beard oil, but I digress. So, read on and make your must-make list, because Valentine's Day is going to be here before you know it.
I don't know about you, but my office needs all the help it can get staying organized. And sometimes it requires more than just a couple of file folders. Whip your office into shape with these 17 super helpful (and easy) DIY projects.
It's that time of the year... when everyone is talking about how to curb the clutter. But it's also the time of year when budgets are tight. So why not make your own storage containers to save a few bucks? Here are ten of our favorite DIY baskets, bins and boxes to help you get organized.
Paper straws suddenly became popular a while back (kind of like washi tape), and now I grab a box of them whenever I see them. Which means that now I suddenly have a lifetime supply of them. And I'm guessing some of you are in the same boat. Bur there are other, alternative ways to use them, aside from drinking through them... here are ten super clever DIY projects using paper straws.