It's hard to believe that these super-chic masterpieces began as $1-$3 items.
DIY for Home
One of my favorite activities is crafting while enjoying a glass of wine. Which leads to the question: What could I make with this empty wine bottle?
Fall is here, and that means it's time to spookify our house for Halloween.
We cleared up a ton of counter space with one quick trip to the hardware store.
This party banner can be used over and over for any celebration under the sun.
Two hours is my threshold for a project like this...otherwise, it sits around half-done for weeks.
This DIY takes little more than a trip to the hardware store and an afternoon.
Inspired by those elaborate (& expensive) woven wall hangings that are all the rage, this DIY requires no special skills whatsoever.
This stuff looks so real, and even better, is incredibly easy to put up on a wall without any professional help.
It's always satisfying to pay just a few bucks for something from IKEA to turn it into something unique to us.
Vintage blue Ball jars are ridiculously overpriced. I DIY my own version instead and they look fantastic.
If I bought every distressed headboard or geometric glass vase I wanted from the PB catalog, I'd be broke in a hot minute.
I added my favorite quote to a pillow with a Sharpie and stencils. This DIY is seriously that easy to pull off.
I hacked a few cheapo materials into a pool float that both my son and I love equally.