These hand carved and painted tombstones are an inexpensive and easy way to create a personalized and creative outdoor Halloween display.
Having trouble finding the perfect valance for a boy's room? Try this unconventional, no-sew window treatment that will emphasize a camp or collegiate theme in a bedroom or bonus room.
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.
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.
Need a quick and easy decorating idea for your Halloween monster mash? Turn a galvanized tub into a friendly mummy, ready to keep ice and cold drinks at the ready.
These full, ruffled curtains are fit for a princess. This DIY sewing project is made simpler with a few tricks involving an iron, but will leave people thinking you're a master seamstress.
Instead of the customary bottle of wine, give your favorite party host or hostess a monogrammed serving tray that can be used throughout the year.
Moms everywhere will love being presented with this handmade paper banner. Little ones' handwritten messages on the back will make this a keepsake to cherish.
Don't forget your furry best friend when making handmade gifts for the holidays. With just basic sewing skills, you can whip up a catnip-filled stocking-shaped toy as a surprise for your favorite kitty.
This easy-to-build storage unit is a great way to give new life to old crates to create a functional, one-of-a-kind piece for your home.
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.
Use winter's frosty temps to your advantage when decorating your home's outdoors for the holidays. These ice lanterns are pretty, festive and just require water, plastic containers and a chill in the air.
Inexpensive plastic figures and papier mache houses can become sparkling Christmas decorations with just some basic glue and German glass glitter. This glitter sparkles like no other glitter and will make these simple objects look high-end.
Swap dated laminate for a classic butcher-block countertop. Unlike stone or solid surface, butcher block can be fabricated in a basement or garage workshop, making it the perfect DIY project to totally transform your kitchen on a budget.
Holiday decor is simple and inexpensive when it's collected from your own backyard. Gather magnolia leaves to create a fresh take on a traditional Christmas wreath.