Use colorful paper tape to create a geometric pattern — perfect for renters or kids' bedrooms. When you're ready for a new look, it's easily removable and won’t damage your walls.
DIY decorators tend to make frequent visits to the paint store — and the paint chip rack. Repurpose the extras as a colorful, geometric piece of art that perfectly matches your space.
Update basic mugs with large, colorful flowers to bring a splash of summer to your morning coffee routine.
Make a modern piece of jewelry with inexpensive supplies from your local hardware store. Copper, the next trendy metal, looks contemporary and unique on this rope necklace.
Transfer a wedding photo onto wood to make the perfect anniversary gift.
Every hostess needs a party-perfect hairpiece, like this black-and-gold tulle accent. Add vintage flair to your holiday party outfit, or make a big batch to give as wearable favors.
Vintage marquee letters are definitely on trend right now, but they can also be hard to find and very expensive. With battery-powered lights, foam core, and some spray paint, you can make your own mini version in an afternoon.
Everyday craft supplies are transformed into a boho-chic chandelier to accent your favorite room.
This creative banner is surprisingly fast and easy to make. Welcome a new baby and the new parents to the jungle of parenthood with a super cool banner that they can decorate the nursery with after a baby shower.
Give the perfect sweet 16 birthday gift, and personalize a leather key chain they can attach to their new set of keys.
A multipurpose decor item, this fabric pouf can be used as an ottoman, extra seating for guests or as a coffee table with a tray on top. Use a fun, patterned fabric that matches the other decor in your dorm room.
Bring retro holiday patterns to your party with dish towel favors made from vintage Christmas tablecloths.
Create a fabric in the exact colors to match your decor with this trendy marbled fabric pillow case project.
Turn woven rope into chic bowls using a standard zigzag stitch on your sewing machine. Dress up the plain rope by painting geometric designs in your favorite hues.
For friends and family who have fireplaces or love camping, these homemade firestarters are a quick and easy holiday favor. They smell yummy, too!