Monogramming is a great way to customize bath towels, but not everyone has access to a fancy embroidery machine. For this DIY project, an extra washcloth and a simple zigzag stitch will do the trick to make these gift-worthy towels.
Cozy up a plain pumpkin with an old or thrifted sweater that’ll bring amazing texture to any fall display.
Add a summery nautical touch to your home's decor by wrapping natural hemp around a ho-hum lamp base and shade. This quick update is easy, inexpensive and breathes new life into a tired accessory.
Take your ottoman from drab to fab with this simple step-by-step slipcover guide.
Add a sophisticated touch to your Halloween decorations with this inexpensive hand-painted banner.
Cover inexpensive foam topiary forms with fondant and candy to create a sweet Halloween decoration or centerpiece that kids will love helping to craft.
These diminutive brooms add an enchanting touch of whimsy to any Halloween get-together, plus they make great party favors for guests.
Wreaths don't have to be full and fluffy to be beautiful. Try making this simple, modern take on the traditional holiday wreath with preserved or freshly cut magnolia leaves.
Give everyday dining chairs a stylish makeover with easy-to-create linen slipcovers with flirty ruffled skirts. Slipcovers are a great way to disguise mismatched seating or give dated chairs a quick update.
A budget-friendly way to customize your bathroom is by replacing a builder-grade or dated faucet with a shiny, new model that's better suited to your taste. This plumbing project may seem intimidating, but it's actually an easy DIY project that can be done, in most cases, in less than an hour.
Give any boring, builder-basic room a high-end upgrade by adding crown molding. This update can be completed in just a few hours and is a great project for beginning woodworkers.
To create a simple but high impact outdoor holiday display, try these lighted grapevine spheres. They're a great way to fill front porch urns that have been left empty once the summer and fall flowers fade.
Your little one's imagination will take flight in this vintage aviator costume. Embellish everyday clothing with handmade felt patches, then add a custom-made scarf and bomber hat to bring the look together.
Handmade sleeves or holders for candy canes have been around for generations. This sweet throwback holiday craft is quick, easy and fun for kids of all ages to make using just felt and glue.
Wainscoting wall treatments are a classic way to add architectural interest to any room. Consisting of horizontal rails and vertical stiles, this relatively easy woodworking project is based on a design found in historic homes, and is sure to lend old-home charm to builder-basic new spaces.