There is an array of flowers, fruits, vegetables, spices, etc that can be used to dye fabrics and yarns. Why use food to dye your clothes when you can opt for natural and chemical free? People have been doing it for centuries.Read Full Story
Garlands look great draped across a mantel, wrapped down a banister or on a table. They are an inexpensive way to add color and texture to your home decor. Try creating this DIY flower garland using dried flowers. The flowers will last all season while adding seasonal flavor to your home.Read Full Story
Thanksgiving originated as a day to give thanks for the Pilgrims' plentiful harvest. Corn is traditionally considered to be a part of their harvest. So this year, let's celebrate the harvest and give thanks for all we have while creating this really fun and simple candy corn on the cob craft.Read Full Story
Yarn bombing, also known as guerrilla knitting, has knitters and crocheters united in one cause: to adorn the world in yarn. What is this crazy form of artistic expression? Well, it’s not your grandma holding a highly explosive ball of yarn.Read Full Story
Dreamcatchers were originally made by the Ojibwe Native American tribe from tree branches. String is used to make a web that's wound across the loop, with a hole left in the middle. The idea is to hang the dreamcatcher over a child’s bed or crib, as it's supposed to catch nightmares in its webs while allowing the good dreams to escape through the middle hole and enter the child's sleeping mind. Follow this tutorial for your own DIY dreamcatcher. Feel free to use colors to match the decor of your room.Read Full Story
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