Slowly but surely shopping cart tabs disappear, I find myself spending more time producing and sharing and less time consuming. I will have what I'm saving for (and more) sooner than ever!
There are all sorts of ways to fill a blank wall, but if you're looking to make an impact with your decor, go for bold color and varied texture, like these 7 award-worthy wall hangings that you can make in an hour or less!
Even though tires have a shelf life on the road, they don't have to banished to landfills for the rest of eternity. Instead, you could turn them into cool planters, playground equipment, and even... suits of armor?!
I didn't know book trailers were a thing until it was suggested I should make my own. Book trailers, also known as bookreels, are like movie trailers -- except they're made to promote books. I'll bet you guessed that already. They're almost exclusively found online.
Since every parent needs a good drink, from time to time, I've taken up DIY limoncello.
It's the ultimate multi-tasker.
In addition to being an absolute chore, doing the laundry can be a wasteful process to boot! From detergent bottles to dryer sheets, the waste starts to pile up over time. Here are three small and clever waste-eliminating hacks to consider.
Summer's on its way in, which means hello beach days! While you're lounging in the sun and leaving footprints in the sand, don't forget to collect shells and other beach treasures for some amazing crafts and decorating ideas.
Whether you just want to refresh an old clunker or you've scored a killer flea-market find that needs refinishing, paint is a great way to wake up any piece of furniture. Here are three popular projects from our little sister site, TheSnug.com, that will inspire YOUR next project!
Your favorite carbonated candy can be used for a lot more than just drinking.
In this video, DIY expert Morgan goes through the extremely easy steps for making a chalkboard paint wine glass. This project takes no time at all and I already had everything I needed laying around the house.
One of the most challenging parts of caring for a child and a home at the same time is finding harmony between the two. You don't want your child to have to walk on eggshells, or your home to be a constant mess, but the two seem pretty exclusive.
People are loving the idea of using reclaimed pallet wood to build and create all kinds of things. Why? More often than not, you can score the things for free.
It's easy to be intimidated by the way IKEA stages their perfect showroom bathrooms, but it's a lot simpler than you'd believe to transform your dull washroom into a spa-caliber sanctuary using their furniture just a little differently than intended.
Wine bottles are a perfect craft supply, but their labels can be a real pain. What can you do with a lovely glass bottle when it's covered in sticky label residue? That leftover residue can ruin your craft.
It's easy to bite off way more than you can chew when you're overhauling your home. It's even easier to spend way more than you intended. The truth is, though, that you don't have to spend much at all to make a big difference. $50 can go a long way--here's proof.