Personalized handmade gifts are always cherished but not everyone knows how to knit or crochet. We'll show you how to use baker's twine to customize store-bought mittens, turning them into an easy-to-craft customized gift.
Turn plywood, paint and vintage knobs into a rustic sign that's a practical and eye-catching accessory.
Floor-length drapes can be expensive. These easy-sew, lined drapes are the perfect budget-friendly solution.
Use gauzy fabric and cheesecloth to give a traditional dining chair a ghostly silhouette for Halloween. With raw edges and a simple shape, this slipcover is a snap to make using basic sewing skills.
Rustic burlap is given new life as a sophisticated holiday table runner with the addition of pleated trim and hand-painted details.
Instead of covering your bed with a pile of decorative pillows, try the simple, fuss-free look of a single bolster. This classic pillow is easy to whip up and provides comfy support when working in bed or just curling up with a good book.
Personalize simple glass hurricanes with kids' artwork as a sweet handmade gift for Mother's Day. This is an easy project that can be made by children of all ages.
Craft your own sparkling holiday lanterns on the cheap! Glitter, glue and an empty glass jar are all you need.
Turn boxwood clippings into DIY holiday topiaries to flank a fireplace mantel, bring some life to a holiday tablescape or add height to a buffet table.
Scarves are a great small holiday gift for friends and family. Make a storebought scarf extra special by personalizing it with a playful message spelled out with buttons. This is a quick handmade gift that will keep the recipient cozy for many winters to come.
Give inexpensive white dinner plates a creepy Halloween makeover with black ceramic paint and easy-to-create bug silhouettes.
Add architectural detail and rustic, farmhouse charm to a builder basic bedroom with a tongue-and-groove planked wood ceiling. This is also a great way to cover up dated, cottage cheese ceilings or a sloppy drywall job.
Finding just the right curtains can be tough and having them custom-made is expensive — but with basic sewing skills, you can make these beautiful, lined and pleated drapes in any fabric and get the custom look for less.
Salvaged wood and architectural remnants are prime candidates to be repurposed as furniture. In the case of this table, pieces of an old rope bed and a beadboard door are upcycled into a functional and one-of-a-kind coffee table.
This oh-so-cute felt pillow requires basic sewing skills and will bring a handmade touch to your Halloween decor.