Straight out of DIY Maven’s new book, MASON JAR NATION, is this concrete Mason jar lid tutorial.
From idea to publication: Mason Jar Nation
Here are 10 Great Design Books that can help you define your style and create your space!
Looking to use up those wood pallets you’ve been collecting? Then you just might want to pick up a copy of Becky Lamb’s, “Crafting with Wood Pallets.”
Laurence King A few years ago, designer/maker Christopher Stuart hit the ground running with his book DIY Furniture: A Step-by-Step Guide. I reviewed it for Curbly, giving it a glowing shout-out. When Christopher’s followup book appeared in my mailbox last week, my first thought was, “more of the same?” The answer to that
Make Your Day I recently received a crafty surprise in my mailbox: a DIY “face planter” kit from Chelsey Andrews (The Paper Mama) and Chelsea Costa (Lovely Indeed) to celebrate the launch of their first eBook, Make Your Day. Well, it certainly did and, after taking a peek at the book, I’m pretty confident that the project […]
Ulysses Press To be honest, when the prospect of reviewing Lauren Elise Donaldson’s new book MASON JAR CRAFTS from Ulysses Press was presented to me, my first thought was, “What could possibly be in the book that I haven’t seen before on the Internet?” Turns out the answer to that question is a lot. More than 30 […]
When John Murphy wrote his first book Stupid Sock Creatures, little did he know he would start a sock creature revolution. People everywhere were so inspired by the eight creatures contained within, they began making sock creatures of their own. John then invited these loyal readers to become guest designers for his latest work, Return […]
The new title from Better Homes and Gardens, DIY Ideas, Projects and Tips for Every Room (Wiley, 264 pages) is so jam-packed with amazing photos, tips and projects, I’m not sure where to begin. Seriously. When I first opened the book I immediately suffered from inspiration overload. My problem was trying to take it all […]
From blankets to bowls to wallpaper to teepees (yes, teepees), Rebecca Proctor’s new book single-handily revises “make do and mend” to “make do and recycle.” Entitled, RECYCLED HOME, Transforming Your Home Using Salvaged Materials, the book has something for every skill level who has a penchant for re-use. Divided into seven sections (Living, Sleeping, Bathing Dining […]