Maybe it's my childhood spent catching garter snakes, but I've never been afraid of snakes. I know I'm in the minority in thinking that some of them are even downright cute, so I won't be surprised to hear that this snake wreath might evoke slithery nightmares for many. If plastic snakes don't creep you out too much, you can whip up this DIY Halloween wreath in no time.
It's my belief that everyone should have a piece of marble something in their home. Countertops, furniture, something! This is the perfect way to introduce a friend to the world of marble and it doubles as a DIY gift that takes seconds to make!
Did you know that copper tape - that's right, TAPE - exists? And that it can be used for all sorts of projects and purposes? My mind is spinning with possibilities. For now, wrap the edge of a mirror in this trendy trendy tape!
Japanese printed bowls are the perfect vessels to hold jewelry and other small trinkets. You can buy them at shops like Anthropologie and West Elm, but why not give it the old DIY try?
There have been gobs of juicy good finds at Goodwill in the past couple of weeks. Maybe it's hot August doldrums and people feel like purging, but I've been hitting the jackpot on every visit. Since my garage is overflowing with all kinds of recyclable furniture, I decided to focus on accessory items for crafting and design for my weekly DIY newspaper column. A few photos and some ideas are included for sparking your own creativity.