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DIY & Crafts

Find exciting do-it-yourself project ideas, how-to’s and style tips.

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DIY & Crafts

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DIY toolbox for women

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    Brandy Calhoun

    because men are allergic to the color pink?

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    Michelle Liane

    Today in unnecessarily gendered products...

DIY Wallpaper Feather Art on Canvas

Fun with Friendly Plastic Ideas from Michaels Makers

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    Fun Pics Inc

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DIY bracelet stand with a chalk paint finish ~ this is a great way to organize bracelets (or hair accessories!).

Koala Stuffie Tutorial from Michaels Makers Lia Griffith

Use ordinary jute rope to create word art for any room.

DIY wood Polaroid photo magnets how-to

A cute "pledge of allegiance" sign is an eye-catching way to add a splash of color to your backyard fence.

Though a more time-consuming project, this DIY dart board will bring tons of fun to your backyard party.

This bold hanging patriotic map outline of the continental U.S. can also act as an adorable accent piece in your home.

Popsicle stick crafts are the perfect way to get your kids involved in your Fourth of July decorating. Let them help out with these popsicle stick flags.

This moving piece of art painted on a canvas will stand out on a mantel or shelf.

Add some Americana to your mantel with pinwheels, ribbon, and a framed flag.

These patriotic crepe paper flowers can be hung from your porch ceiling, backyard trees, or even an entryway.

Use glitter tape and a slice of wood to make this sparkly flag.

Put clothespins to good use by turning them into this adorable patriotic wreath.

Keep your Fourth of July party going long into the night with these red, white, and blue string lights.

This is one pinwheel wreath we'd be proud to show off on our front doors.

Turn colorful bandanas into an easy-to-wash picnic quilt or use it as a tablecloth at all of your summer parties.

We're no strangers to repurposing old shutters, and this red, white, and blue idea is pretty enough to display all year long.

Empty glass bottles can become a patriotic centerpiece with paint, stickers, twine, and washi tape.

Turn an old crib bedspring into an American flag, then prominently display it in your backyard on the 4th of July, or all year round!

Add a touch of patriotic elegance to your party table with this rustic American flag painted candle log.