This Fourth of July, let your kids make a bottle rocket that's a whole lot safer than fireworks. All you need is a water bottle, some baking soda and vinegar, and you'll have a craft that's ready for takeoff.Read Full Story
Mason jars are a fun and easy way to add decor to your Fourth of July party, and they are very useful. These red, white, blue and burlap Mason jars can be used for drinks, as a vase to display flowers, a place for candles or even to display silverware at a table. They are very easy to make and require only a few items.Read Full Story
Gold foil is an easy way to turn something that is ordinary into something extraordinary. I made a Gold foil vase a little while ago, and it quickly turned into one of my favorite decorations in my house. Ever since then, I've wanted to use the gold foil again, and thought the flower pots my herbs are growing in might be a great option! With Mother's Day coming up I thought these Gold Foil Flower Pots would make a great gift. What "foodie" mom wouldn't want fresh herbs in a gold flower pot? For all the moms who are not "foodies," try adding a pretty plant instead!Read Full Story
I made this branch clothing rod for one of my clients who is expecting a baby in a few weeks. Yikes, tick tock, DIY amok time! It was based on two facts. One: Baby clothes are super adorable. Two: Parents of newborns already have their hands full taking care of their beautiful baby. So, why not create a hanging rod to display (show off) the adorable baby clothes while making it easy for parents to access the cutie-pie attire (place outside the closet)?Read Full Story
From the beginning, Kate Spade has stolen our hearts with her pink hues and polka dots. It's easy to fall in love with Kate Spade's home decor, with every item having a dash of class and that special Kate Spade glimmer. As much as we would love to proudly display every heart-shaped dish and gold-dot vase in our home, some items can be a bit out of our price range.Read Full Story
Metallics are all the rage in home decor lately, and copper is now leading the way for metals. Copper pipes, tubes and spray paint are easy to find in your local hardware store and will deck your home out in the latest decor. From metallic candle holders to modern light fixtures, learn how to make these chic copper crafts.Read Full Story
Have any beautiful fabric patterns you just can't bear to part with? A blouse that's too small, a few leftover pieces of fabric from your last sewing project, or that small fabric swatch you bought just because. Instead of letting them continue to collect dust, use them to create a beautiful patchwork throw pillow that you can use in any room of the house!Read Full Story
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