Turn a plain wall into an on-trend feature wall with your favorite designer fabric. This old "Army wife" trick can be completed in just a few hours and, unlike wallpaper, can simply be peeled off when you're ready for a change.
Get the kiddos involved in creating a custom plate for Santa's cookies. Durable ceramic paint allows the plate to be washed and reused year after year.
Not everyone has a fireplace mantel for hanging stockings, so why not make one? This shelf is easy to build with some basic tools and can be customized in color, style and size to fit any family and decorating taste.
Glass canisters are practical, inexpensive and readily available, but can be a bit boring. Chalkboard paint and an easy-to-apply stenciled detail will transform them into a unique accessory for any kitchen.
A framed silhouette is a classic keepsake and makes a thoughtful Christmas, birthday or Mother's Day gift. A digital camera, computer and printer make this centuries-old craft a snap.
Bathroom step stools are a must for homes with small children. This DIY version is simple to make with basic woodworking skills and is just the right height to give little ones the leg-up they need.
Some of the sweetest Christmas tree ornaments are the ones made by the littlest crafters. This retro kids' craft is a whimsical and fun interpretation of Santa Claus that can be made with common craft supplies in just a few minutes.
Deck the halls this year with one-of-a-kind ornaments that show off your awesome artistic skills. Not feeling particularly painterly? No worries, these elegant ornaments are easier to craft than you probably think; we'll show you how.
Dyeing fabrics with indigo is an age-old technique that has never gone out of style. (And for good reason!) Use this natural dye to transform a simple white linen scarf to make a gift that's both timeless and on trend.
Permanent markers and transfer paper make it easy to add a customized holiday greeting to rustic wood slices.
A metal lamp frame and chicken wire are repurposed for this simple project that can be decorated for all seasons. Paint them black and add artificial spiders to create a creepy cobweb effect that is perfect for Halloween.
Put the finishing touch on your tree with an elegant and feminine linen skirt. The only tools you'll need are scissors and glue to make this easy no-sew ruffled tree skirt.
These gingerbread cookie ornaments, made out of wood and paint, look as festive as the real thing, but can be enjoyed for many Christmases to come. Kids will love helping out with this fun and easy holiday craft.
Add a rustic touch to your Halloween table setting with a burlap runner decorated with ghostly bare branches and ravens.
Create stylish storage for your bathroom: This build-it-yourself shelving unit is a perfect way to make unused wall space functional.