DIY Gifts, Decor & More

Don’t stop the DIY magic with crating…Get creative and make your own gifts, home accents, clothes and more!

DIY Gifts, Decor & More

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These precious pumpkins feature 12” x 12” sheets of patterned and glitter paper adhered back to back and cut into strips. The strips are connected with brads, one at the top and one at the bottom, and the stem is a simple wooden spool.

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“Weave” your flag for Labor Day with your favorite pieces of ribbon, trim, lace and fabric!

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Learn how to make DIY star pillows! 1) Cut out 2 pieces of burlap and muslin corresponding to the size of each pillow insert. TIP: Be sure to measure extra fabric along each edge to sew seam. 2) Using a stamp and fabric paint, place stars on the burlap fabric. 3) Once dry, place burlap square in front of the muslin square and sew the four squares' wrong sides together. Leave one side open. 4) Turn the fabric right side out and fill with pillow insert. Use a hidden stitch to close the opening.

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This sculptural take on a classic nursery alphabet chart couldn’t be easier. We chose some letters—we went with a mix of sizes and styles—and painted them to match the room. Then we dotted them with an assortment of whimsical papercrafting embellishments. TIP: Our wooden letters vary in size from 1 1/4” to 18”.

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Transform scrapbook paper boxes into handy organizers with these nothing-to-it DIYs.

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Natural burlap is an easy and inexpensive way to give your space an elegant, unexpected twist. From the burlap-covered bulletin board and the I-can’t-believe-it’s-burlap garland draped across it, to the DIY monograms and make-a-statement pillow, this room has just the right amount of rustic charm.

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A nursery’s not complete until you post your little one’s stats. For this look, we painted petite wooden letters to match the décor. Then we glued them to painted foam board. We tucked the board into a frame—and an adorable just-the-facts plaque was born! TIP: The frame comes in white, but we gave it a paint job.

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Turn your scrapbooks, handmade cards and other crafting creations into shimmery works of art!

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Who says you shouldn’t monkey around with ready-to-go art? Go ahead and make it yours with quirky add-ons like alphabet tiles, handmade yarn pom-poms, and pairs of black buttons. Other embellishments: hand-stitched felt mouths, tie and button appliqués.

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Plan your next roadtrip with some put-you-on-the-map wall décor. We amped up our version with a length of yarn, a foam star and a handful of happy papercrafting embellishments. Then we placed it in a rugged wooden frame, lit it up with mini-lights and marked our next destination.

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With just some rainbow shades of paper, designer tape and a few stickers, we turned a standard-issue frame into a cool, colorful calendar! TIP: Dry erase markers wipe right off the glass!

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DIY burlap curtains make a stylish addition to your home decor!

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    Lupe White

    Beck can you make these please.

Try hitting garage sales for accent pieces to pair with your store-bought finds. Some imagination and a little time in the craft room can help secondhand finds (like this standard issue globe) reach new heights.

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Boutique-style décor at the touch of a hot glue gun? You bet. Just adhere ready–made embellishments to everyday items and say hello to easy-breezy home décor!

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    Jean Rossiter

    My door would love this!!!

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    Patricia Williams

    Going to make this.....

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    Katherine J Wilson

    Love this!

Kiss basic bookmarks goodbye and say hello to these lovely pieces. Create your own page savers with ribbon, tassels and charms for a look that has personality for days!

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Give a garden wedding a modern edge with a tableful of sleek, green succulents. Simply stage a beautiful arrangement surrounded by these ready-to-go petite white pots. Want to make them double as favors? Tie on handmade tags to proclaim the wedding date and the names of the bride and groom.

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This preppy-meets-eclectic spread turns a low-key gathering into an all-glam affair. The key? A hodgepodge of home décor items, kept in sync with a few fashion-forward guidelines. For color, go bright and bold. For sparkle, add jewelry components and glitter accents. For the wild side in all of us, display mini circus animals as décor!

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We re-created the oh-wow factor of vintage-style marquee letters by hot gluing strips of lightweight matte board to the edges of our big wooden letters. Then we painted, drilled the appropriate holes, popped in some globe lights and let the show begin! TIP: We aged our letters with metallic paint and silver leaf.

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Here’s an idea that’ll perk your ears up—hand stamp a dog tag! Add one bad-to-the-bone charm, loop the doggie duo onto a split ring, and be fret-free when Fido forages the streets.

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Buttons and marbles and spools, oh my! Those are just a few things you can use to fill a quirky mason jar lamp. Put anything (and everything) you love in this not-just-for-pickles-anymore glassware, and then light it up with a lamp kit.

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Turn animal figures into a houseful of unexpectedly delightful decor!


Need a ship-shape accent lamp for your favorite little sailor? Try jute webbing, twisted cord trim and a hand-cut felt anchor.


Learn how to make this one-of-a-kind home accent! 1) Back a piece of cork with interfacing so that the other layers below won’t be seen through the fabric. 2) Glue the cork to foam core, cover it with fabric and place it in a pretty frame. 3) Use a handsaw to shorten the screws from a variety of knobs so they’re flush against the wall when hanging. 4) Use an awl to poke holes for the knobs into the cork. 5) Repeat the first three steps to create a matching back piece.

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Say "ahoy" to summer style with some sparkly DIYs! Create your own larger designs using glittery iron-on sheets and your Cricut machine.

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Here’s an idea that’ll perk your ears up—hand stamp a dog tag! Add one bad-to-the-bone charm, loop the doggie duo onto a split ring, and be fret-free when Fido forages the streets.

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