'Tis the season to wrap, wrap, wrap! We've rounded up five free printables for all your packaging needs during the holidays!
Lemon, cinnamon, grapefruit -- how delicious do these homemade extracts sound?? Turns out, they're pretty easy to make!
I spotted this adorable little paper decor/wall art project the other day and couldn't wait to share!
In a world that moves at an unprecedented pace many of us are opting in for a return to the simple pleasures of life, putting down our phones and meeting our neighbors and friends face to face over a meal.
Of course, once you've gotten everything all tidy and fresh, you've got to keep it that way. So, we're offering a free, downloadable cheat sheet to help you keep your home...
To get your spring cleaning projects kick started, we're offering a free, downloadable cheat sheet to help you clean as quickly and thoroughly as a maid.
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I'll be honest, I prefer that my DIY projects and crafts be heavy on the modern side of things. Sometimes it's hard to find ideas that are easy to make, affordable, and super contemporary. BUT! It can be done! Even the most ubiquitous Christmas craft, the advent calendar, can be turned into an aesthetically pleasing design object. Here are 14 examples that are sure to fit in with modern homes of all types!
1. Craft Box Pin Board...
This free black and white gift wrap, while created for Halloween, could definitely be used year-round! On top of that, you can even print it out to use as a poster or wall art! That's a whole lot of awesome, people.
Over the the past year, I've been collecting vintage natural history prints from various thrift stores, car boot sales and markets for our gallery wall.
In laying them out I discovered that I had a few empty spaces I wanted to fill and stumbled across this great resource: Botanicus.
You know the how the story goes: you are at the grocery store lugging around that gallon of milk, but you have this tingling in the back of your brain that there was something else you needed to get as well. After walking down every single aisle waiting for your memory to trigger, you give up and just go home- only to remember you are completely out of cereal. This is where a fridge-mounted notepad comes in handy to jot down those needed items as they run out. Better still is a mod notepad that you've made yourself.
Puzzles are fun, learning is fun, and hey, it's the Fourth of July: why not make a jigsaw puzzle of the U.S.??