Update basic mugs with large, colorful flowers to bring a splash of summer to your morning coffee routine.
Look to your backyard for the main materials for this artwork project. A few clippings of foliage and some spray paint transform a blank canvas into bright, modern wall art.
Use thick rope and silicone paint to create a chic doormat that will add a splash of color to any entryway. The polyester rope and smooth paint are durable enough for snow-covered boots or wet spring shoes.
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.
For friends and family who have fireplaces or love camping, these homemade firestarters are a quick and easy holiday favor. They smell yummy, too!
A fun way to mark where you've been and where you're going, a large world map made out of cork gives you limitless possibilities.
Instead of a paper tag, top a wrapped holiday gift with a fun, personalized wire initial, covered in variegated yarn.
With a set of alphabet stamps and bakeable clay, your favorite holiday saying can become a modern, colorful ornament.
Like Polaroids of the past, Fujifilm Instax photos are the new wave of instant photos. Group pics from the same day or event for keepsake decor you can make in a snap.
For a nautical touch, use cotton rope to make a border on a basic rug. Add lots of plants, lanterns and bowls of seashells to create a coastal-inspired outdoor space, no matter where you live.
Surprise your sweetheart with a home-cooked meal and custom-made wineglasses this Valentine's Day. A few simple steps are all it takes to turn basic stemware into heart-accented pieces you'll use for every romantic occasion.
With some simple floral design mechanics, you can create a beautiful piece of decor that will fit right in at a tea party or rose-themed baby shower. All of these blooms and greens are easily found at your local florist or grocery store floral department.
Don't have a sewing machine (or sewing skills) but want fresh, new pillows for summer? Learn how to make a trendy pillow cover using only hemming tape and an iron.
Give a drab gray rug the color treatment with paint samples and tape. With a few colors or a lot of colors, this pattern offers infinite ways to add a punch to your patio.