Entice these enchanting birds to make a stop in your garden.
You'll be mixing patterns like a pro in no time with these design-savvy tips and tricks.
Never rummage for a bobby pin again with these easy and inexpensive vanity organization ideas.
In just a few simple steps (and under fifty cents each!) you can make trendy tassels perfect for dressing up bedding, clothing, lamp pulls and more.
Need a budget-friendly gift idea for a group? These personalized DIY snack tins filled with delicious homemade salted caramel popcorn are both thoughtful and easy to make. No chance they'll re-gift!
Protect your little leprechaun from would-be pinchers with this adorable eraser-stamped four leaf clover t-shirt.
This summer cocktail mixes all the right flavors for a sweet and fruity taste with a refreshing bitter note.
New to knitting? This is just the project for you! Keep your little one bundled up this winter with a hand-knit scarf that's a snap to make. Finish it off with a plush, embroidered heart pin that's the sweetest embellishment.
Ditch the store-bought valentines and try something new this year. The kids will love helping you make homemade, heart-shaped play dough to hand out to friends and classmates.
Use craft felt in various shades of green and a needle and thread to create shamrock embellishments. Attach them to ribbon, safety pins, hair clips and more for a festive St. Patrick's Day look.
Kids will love making these fun and easy edible valentines for their friends using licorice laces and gummy ring candy.
Bake the perfect batch of sugar cookies to decorate for your loved ones this Valentine's Day.
These Finnish decorations are traditionally made of straw, but using plastic straws and colorful yarn make these geometric shapes durable and simple to make. Make a grouping of himmeli to form a cool, structural hanging centerpiece.
Bring color to your tablescape with these easy-to-make confetti-dotted vases.
Create an oversized paper version of this stunning late-summer flower using materials you likely already have on hand: scrapbook paper, cardboard circles, scissors and double-sided tape.