Halloween may be over, but they're still useful.
Using some basic craft supplies, you can DIY your wedding and wedding leftovers like a champ!
It's time to start thinking about the necessities you or your little goblins will be needing.
Grab 'em while you can.
One of my favorite projects for Halloween is crafting a table full of miniature paper baskets.
For this project, use spray paint dedicated to glass surfaces. Finish and Color: Chrome and Frosted Orange.
You don't have to be a five-year-old to love pumpkin carving. It's one of those fun Halloween parties that doesn't require costumes, but also provides a great activity to incorporate earlier in the evening, before haunted houses are entered and/or heavy drinking commences.
In need of a nightstand, and not wanting to spend any more money or add to the waste, industrial designer Adrian Candela turned old IKEA boxes into new furniture.
Want to add some fab eco-friendly style to your home?
It used to be that the term "do it yourself" (DIY) really only applied to home improvement tasks, when Dads would be out repairing the chimney or painting the garage. Now the DIY trend has emerged everywhere, from decorating to fashion to weddings.
The term "fall decor" really gets on my nerves.
With tough economic times continuing, leading businesses that previously looked for outsourcing opportunities to now bring some of those business functions back in house. It's a reversal of the 'D-I-F-M' (or do-it-for-me) trend back to 'D-I-Y' (do-it-yourself).
Total cost was $12,000, but it's debt-free and it's much more than your typical college digs. It has a full kitchen (including a fridge/freezer, sink and camping oven), a sofa-bed he built himself, a nearly full-sized shower (he chopped the top off) and a composting toilet.
I'm not sure that I have the strength to kick this napkin habit.