Surprise tech-savvy friends with a custom-sewn felt case to protect the iPad, iPhone or iPad mini they received for Christmas this year.
Crepe paper is easy to work with and creates realistic flowers that are perfect for gift toppers or placed in a vase during spring. Make three different types — peonies, daisies and tulips.
Show your significant other just how much you care with a colorful, one-of-a-kind pillow that can be showcased all year round.
Transform the most basic of household supplies — coffee filters — into a flowing, modern wall pattern.
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.
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.
Use fun pom-pom trim and colorful ribbons to update an inexpensive pair of ready-made curtains into a custom decoration for your dorm room.
By using basic supplies from the hardware store, you can make this easy macrame hanger to display your favorite houseplant. This project can be adjusted to fit any planter, and since the rope is polyester, you can also hang this project outdoors.
Combine rustic natural rope with metallic ribbon to create a trendy and versatile basket that's easier to make than you think. Use it in lieu of a gift bag and fill with seasonal fruit, baked goods or ornaments.
This magical night sky canopy is a simple, no-sew project to make on a rainy day. Using materials readily found in your local big box store, you can create a special place for your child to read books, relax and play with toys. Best of all, this project is easy on the wallet and doable for novice DIYers.
Origami paper is good for more than just folding. By sewing together strings of the paper squares, you can create a group of garlands that are sure to be a conversation-starting art piece.
Transform crayon shavings into rainbow art with your kids this St. Patrick's Day.
Make these easy trays to help organize jewelry and other household items.
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.