Up your spooky snack game with four wickedly delicious DIYs.
Give your Halloween decor an on-trend twist with this spooky and sophisticated DIY.
Update a basic set of drawers in a flash with this quick and simple DIY. The best part? Just peel and stick—no glue required.
The perfect project to occupy those long summer days? A colorful embroidery DIY designed to delight both expert stitchers and first-time crafters alike.
Try your hand at metal stamping. First stop: these easy DIY pet tags.
Add a touch of texture to your walls with this hands-on fiber art project from Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch.
Take your next at-home spa day up a notch with this soothing, lavender-filled DIY eye pillow.
Upgrade your entryway and salvage a worn wooden stool all in one go, with this simple upcycling DIY.
Elevate your everyday ‘do with a DIY leather hair stick barrette.
Surprise your favorite shutterbug with a custom fabric camera strap.
Keep your accessories organized and within arm’s reach with a boho-meets-beachy driftwood organizer.
Pack your lucky scissors and hit the road: There’s an art adventure in the making.
Endless ideas for a more bespoke big day, inspired by the romantic season finale of Making It.
Add some warmth and style to your home with lighting made from wood, cotton, paper, ceramics and more—inspired by Making It Episode 5.
Creative ideas for welcoming each new season, inspired by Episode 4 of Making It.
Get inspired by this week’s episode of Making It and upgrade your next backyard bonanza with a custom game set crafted just for—or by—you.
Fruit-flavored frozen treats dressed up with edible blossoms are the ultimate summer refresher. Here’s how to make your own.
Craft a tiny, self-contained representation of your hometown—or your happy place—with a custom DIY terrarium, inspired by Episode 2 of Making It.
We took a page from the Master Craft Challenge on the series premiere of Making It to bring you sweet ideas for preserving special photos.
Here’s how to watch your new favorite TV show—whenever and wherever you want.
Four hands-on projects everyone can get excited about.