Leave guests with a green that they can plant and watch grow. These evergreen seedling party favors will grow into full-sized Christmas trees in the right conditions, like full sun and room to thrive.
This project is a fun and colorful way to recycle baby food jars. After they are wired together, the jars can be used to add a splash of color to a plain window.
Classic pinecones get a modern, ombre treatment in this painted DIY project. Use the finished, colorful pinecones as holiday party favors or to decorate your home for the holidays.
Use bulk spices to create your own custom blend of tea to give as a holiday favor. This recipe is for Sweet Orange Ginger Tea.
Warm your guests as the nights get cooler with a kettle of homemade chai tea. Spicy, sweet and creamy, this yummy drink can be enjoyed with or without an extra kick of bourbon.
An unconventional use for handmade paper airplanes, this garland will give the illusion of them flying through the air. Use the garlands over the food buffet, gift table, or even over the entire room to make a travel-themed party really come alive.
Give a sentimental housewarming gift by making a personalized, house-shaped clay ornament the new homeowners will cherish for years to come.
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.
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 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.
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.
An unexpected take on dessert cocktail, this creamy beverage is garnished with your favorite Easter treat.
Keep your countertops safe with these easy-to-make natural rope trivets. Add colorful stripes or shapes to coordinate with your kitchen decor.
This printable baby animal name game is the perfect activity to keep guests entertained at a jungle or zoo-themed baby shower.
Handmade sequined balls and bright cutout snowflakes hung on clear monofilament create a festive holiday party backdrop.