If breakfast in bed is not your ideal gift, here are two unique DIY projects that will wow the special women in your life.
Want to turn a few unused items into an elegant, masterfully designed DIY project? All you need are a few pieces of dinnerware and a pair of candlesticks!
Mother's Day brunch is an annual tradition, full of dainty tea sandwiches, decadent French toast, and muffins galore. What's a wheat-free woman to do?
Welcome to the Maker Movement, an evolution of millions of people who are taking big risks to start their own small businesses dedicated to creating and selling self-made products.
You probably don't think of your table fan as a goldmine of design pizzazz, but that doesn't mean there isn't potential for greatness! In just a few minutes, you can unlock the fashionable side of this functional item.
It seems like DIY weddings are everywhere these days, and while we love looking at them...we're not sure we'd actually like to plan one ourselves.
Regardless of whether your event is a fun bridal shower or a black-tie affair, your invitations should delight and intrigue your guests.
Whether you're choking on your Dollar-Menu McNuggets -- or your neighbor is gagging on what Michele Bachmann said on FOX News today -- a restaurant-quality choking poster can come in super-handy!
A no-bake treat that's ready in 30 minutes
If your kid tends to get attached to his or her toys, there's probably a box full of old action figures or plastic dolls lying around somewhere. Put those toys to use without tossing them. Make a lamp! In about an hour, you can give your kid's favorite toys a new life while getting organized.
What's left on the Lower East Side that's dangerous, cheap and fun? Thanks to the recent rise of martini boutiques, tourists and artisanal hotels, not much. Luckily Gorgeous Ladies of Bloodwrestling (or G.L.O.B.) are trying to turn the sanitized tides.
Who knew coconut could turn into something so magical and luxurious?
I love looking at all the pictures on Pinterest. But everything gets so cute and tiny and colorful and special and unique and personal....after a couple of hours, none of it looks very special at all.
Once upon a time, there was a small den, stuck in 1972. My job? Bring it to at least 2000! Easy, fun, and inexpensive. The best part is, you can do it yourself.
From her modest but cozy home in the mountains of North Carolina, Ashley English is providing a model of party-giving and camaraderie for a generation more concerned about authenticity and human connection than about making a big splash.
Given the current economy, almost every bride-to-be is bound to be looking for strategies to cut back their big day budget.