Finish your gifts off quickly and easily this Christmas season with holiday gift tags that you can print at home!
If you are attending a cookie swap this holiday season, here are 10 yummy cookie swap recipes you'll love to share!
Are you a sloppy crafter than me? Then you'll appreciate these messy crafts that are worth making anyway!
If you love color, you'll love these DIY projects that pop! All of these ideas are quick, easy and can be made using your printer.
Looking for unique ways to display photos? Here are 6 Mod Podge projects that are easy and budget friendly to make!
I’m notorious for letting markers dry out. Not because I don’t love to use them, but because I forget I have them and then it’s too late. It turns out that when the markers do dry out, there’s another use for the caps! I love this idea, which turns them into necklace with the addition MORE »
I’m a huge fan of bold colors. I’m also a huge fan of rescuing items from the dumpster and giving them a new lease on life! Kim combined bold paint colors and dumpster diving when she rescued and refurbished this chair. Isn’t it awesome? Find out how it was made at Trashy Crafter Follow MORE »
Have you ever seen something you love but can’t buy? You must have it. The alternative is to make it yourself! That is exactly what Alicia did with this geometric DIY doormat. How did she start? With a regular old doormat and paint. Learn how it was made at Whimseybox Follow Amy at Mod Podge MORE »
Sparkles and the Fourth of July definitely go together. Melissa used sparkle tape and a piece of wood to make the easiest Fourth of July craft ever. It’s so cute, and even the kids can help. Learn how to make it below. Find the step-by-step instructions at No. 2 Pencil Follow Amy at Mod Podge Rocks, MORE »
It’s not often that children are encouraged to make noise. That is why these firecracker noisemakers for the Fourth of July are so fun – making noise is the whole point! You just need a few basic supplies, and kids can help make these. Learn how they were made at Paging Supermom! Follow Amy MORE »
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