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DIY & Crafts

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$10 Easy DIY Easter Bunny Wreath ~ perfect for a door or wall art

I had no idea watercolor eggs were so easy to make. Picture tutorial

Mini Pallet Coasters Craft DIY

Tic Tac Toe homemade game board for kids

DIY a Marquee sign for your home ~ this would be fun at a wedding as well or any get together with family and friends

Painted mason jar succulent planter ~ I love these chalky colors

Spruce up your spring decor with this easy DIY decoupaged box using vintage postcards

DIY Kids Terrarium ~ perfect to make with little ones

Gold is the latest trend in decorating ~ here are 20 DIY gold decor accents for your home

Give your ferns, orchids, and other hothouse plants a lovely place to call home with this craft project. Made from picture frames, the glass house does require some work—and at least a few free hours—but the result produces a Victorian-style indoor oasis.

punk projects: Pine Wood Derby Car Makeover- Steampunk Space Ship

Create a statement using old wine jugs, jute and some paint ~ DIY Vase

Shabby chic mason jar vase ~ great for adding charm to a table or to give as a hostess gift. Great for use as a spring centerpiece as well.

Spring into entertaining with these easy DIY decoupaged serving trays using vintage postcards from How2Girl

Go for a different look when decorating your Easter eggs this year and create these adorable carrot eggs

  • Celeste

    If I read correctly, the blog said that they reused the eggs a year later. I couldn't imagine how it wouldn't stink like crazy, if its a year old egg. lol

Get your guest room ready with these fabulous DIY and Crafting ideas ~ be the host that everyone talks about!

Drill a ⅜-inch hole in the center of a melamine dinnerplate, bowl, and salad plate. Thread a piece of ¼-inch-thick rope (the length will depend on how high you want to hang the feeder) through a peg-style clothespin, leaving about 3 inches of rope below the pin. Thread the opposite end of rope through the salad plate, bowl (both should be right-sideup), and a ⅝-inch-wide by 10-inch-long copper pipe. Next, thread the rope through the dinner plate (the plate should be upside-down). To finish, thread a second clothespin directly above the dinner plate and shimmy the pins toward the plates to snap bird feeder into place.

Wrap one colander handle tightly with a half-yard of twine, pushing pieces together as you go to avoid gaps. Once covered, tie off and add a dab of glue to secure. Knot a yard of twine at each end of the handle. Repeat entire process with opposite handle. Next, line the colander with sheet moss and fill with potting soil and seasonal plants. (We used ferns and pansies.) Tie four lengths of twine together and hang.

Recycle an Altoids Tin into a music box ~ personalize the music for the event or receiver ~ such an awesome gift idea

42 Perfect DIY Planter Boxes ~ start now and they'll be ready for summer flowers!