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Crafts & DIY Projects

Easy and fun crafts and DIY projects to try!

Crafts & DIY Projects

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This creative cardboard design will make your entryway that much nicer!

Propped on their sides, a collection of empty rolls can hold everything from pens to scissors.

Hang some peanut butter and seeds on a tree branch for your feathered friends — no twine or string required.

  • Sheri Bowlus
    Sheri Bowlus

    Neveah will love this

Every Hot Wheels (or automotive Disney character) has a home in this stacked organizer.

Ribbon scraps turn sliced cylinders into a lovely finishing touch for a backyard get-together.

For a bit of a volume boost, prop your iPhone right in the middle of the tube.

Wrapped in brown packing paper, toilet paper tubes create a lightweight and pleasantly rustic place to plant seeds.

An empty tube is the perfect size for keeping extension cords or other cables from tangling.

For a coffee table with plenty of interior storage, mount legs to a vintage suitcase with plate hardware, then spray paint or stain the legs to match it.

Outfit an old trunk with new lining, shelves, and peg legs for an adorable bookshelf.

This suitcase-turned-desk can still be snapped shut if your work space is too messy!

Attach a hinged pop-up stage to the back of a vintage suitcase for the perfect table-top puppet theater.

This portable dollhouse has a chalkboard paint exterior and wooden shelving within to form different "rooms" that can be filled with your kid's favorite dollhouse furniture.

Easily conceal charging cords within a train case by balancing devices atop a custom-sized pegboard plank.

Add a vibrant layer of floral fabric to a vintage suitcase to make creative storage.

Add birch paneling, shelves, and wheels to an old trunk to create a truly unique rolling bar cart.

It's become relatively common to use a stack of suitcases as a bedside table!

We've heard of floating shelves, but this is the first time we've come across floating suitcases.

  • Designer/Event Planner/Artist
    Designer/Event Planner/Artist

    I remember seeing this, year's ago in a domino issue. Love it!

Cut your paper bag into strips and weave them together for a cheaper, country-style basket to hold fresh produce.

  • Della Haberle
    Della Haberle

    I have a waste paper basket my friend wove from old grocery bags-- I love it ! Maybe i can learn how to do this too.

Using some LED Light Bulbs, a pendant cord, and some clever origami, your paper bag can go from dull to bright.