When I made DIG! almost ten years ago, the goal for every band was to get signed by a major label, so that their recording, distribution and livelihoo...
This year, set aside the generic holiday wrapping paper, and give your gifts the star treatment with DIY wrapping techniques.
Parents of the United States, unite! Organize for universal health care, accessible and high-quality education, and a robust social service network that helps people address and resolve problems in their lives before they get out of control. Do it for tomorrow's children.
We ended up having everything we wanted and more, while coming in way, way under budget. Here are our tips for planning your DIY day, from the ground up.
Before you toss those leftovers on Friday morning, take a look at this quick cranberry DIY mask and glow throughout the holidays.
I quickly chose my fabrics, knowing full well that I had little time to meander as life with a newborn baby has me on the tight milk leash. I headed to the fabric table, which I will subsequently refer to as the 'hellmouth.'
Sure, it looks beautiful, but properly tying up your bird also helps promote even cooking by achieving uniform density.
Laura Wright from The First Mess walks us through the ins and outs of homemade sweet potato chips.
If 20x200 returns, I wonder if the changing art landscape will impact the business, and if it, like others, will look to original artwork to continue the job already begun -- supporting the artists in the maker movement of today.
What makes these ribs so special?
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Before buying anything, raid your closet to see if you can find any of the necessary pieces on a hanger or stuffed in a drawer. If all fails, check other options/stores where you can get each needed piece for under $50.
Honing your knife is easier than you think.
Spare yourself an extra trip to the grocery store and make these flours at home.
I'd arranged them and rearranged them on the floor at home until I liked what I saw. I didn't want all the baby photos in one spot, or too many posed photos in a row. I was going for random -- a fireworks display of fun.
I'm a DIYer at heart. I believe that making (and enjoying) beautiful, stylish things should be simple, fun, and affordable. That's why I'm so excited about Martha Stewart's American Made program, a celebration of makers and doers taking place this week in New York City.