Branches, twigs, and logs -- oh my! Turn this readily available material into stylish decor accessories. Stumped? Here are 15 awesome projects to get the creative juices flowing.
We've rounded up 20 festive fall wreaths that will see your decor through from Halloween to Thanksgiving! Check 'em out and let us know which are your fave!
I stumbled across this Ready-Made submission that Das rote Paket received for a competition they were running. It's cheap, cheerful and quirky, key ingredients for my kind of DIY.
I made something similar to this during my photo school days, but it used foamcore and double stick tape and was not nearly as cool (or sturdy). That said, I LOVE this idea for a simple and creative way to display photos, prints, and art -- for cheap!
Fancify your homemade cards this season with this super easy DIY idea!
Cross stitch DIY ideas have been popping up on Pinterest and around the web a lot these last few months, so why not incorporate this DIY trend into the holidays this year? Halloween is right around the corner and this project is the perfect one to get you started on a cross stitch adventure.
Um. I love this. Can I tell you the ways? It's easy. It's a great DIY gift idea. It's customizable. Oh, and did I mention easy?? Yeah, that's the big one.
First rolling pins and now empty toilet paper rolls? People are getting pretty creative these days when it comes to printing tools -- and we love it!
Mareth from Lime Riot put this clever technique to use in creating custom fabric for (a very adorable) homemade tote bag. All you need to do it yourself is a tote bag, fabric paint, and an empty toilet paper roll. You can probably figure out what to do from there, but check out a few...
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.
If you change your artwork almost as often as you change your clothes, this minimal gallery board DIY should probably be on your must-make list this weekend. You'll have less holes in the wall and a stronger focal point for art clusters and other groupings.
Most of us seem to work smarter and stay organized by keeping a to-do list. The problem is that the projects are in constant flux, and you set out to achieve one thing only to be derailed by another. Sound familiar?
Fall is a time where trees lose their leaves and expose those things usually hidden during the warmer months, like little engravings from people in love. This embroidery done by My Girlish Whims fits perfectly into what Fall means to me.
I don't know Jessica from Mad in Crafts, but I DO know we have at least one thing in common: We love typography. Which is why her house number wall art project caught my eye. She found the supplies for the project (cabinetry
Today I'm sharing the artists and artworks that influenced my life, as part of a series of posts sponsored by Art.com. It's amazing to take a moment and think back on how subtly and unexpectedly great and small works of art have nudged the course of my life. I suggest you find some time to do the same! Read on to see which five artworks I have to thank for being who I am today.