Bonus: They taste as good as they look.
It’s not too late to impress your pop with a handmade (and personalized) present.
With a simple foam wreath form and a bounty of paper blooms, you can create a cheerful, wilt-proof wreath in an hour or less.
This Mother’s Day, do one better than breakfast in bed with a DIY photo tray personalized just for her.
Feast your eyes on the coolest, beginner-friendly food-based craft.
Give old memories new life with this photo embroidery project.
This France-based photographer, painter, and paper goods maker finds inspiration—and art supplies—in the natural world.
Take bath time up a notch with this restorative botanical soak.
This dazzling statement ring takes 30 minutes to DIY.
Transform lackluster table linens with shibori to create stunning (and giftable!) placemats, napkins, and more.
Present procrastinators, take note: These colorful, whimsical (and easy-to-make) DIY earrings are here to save the (holi-)day.
Surprise the bearded guy in your life with a custom-scented smoothing oil made just for him.
From cute owl cookies to an enchanting gingerbread gnome home, branch out from ho-hum holiday desserts with four woodland-inspired treats.
Ditch the tinsel and add some natural shine to your holiday decor with this minimalist gold-leaf wall hanging.
Add a splash of color to your home (and protect against pesky spills and scratches) with these easy-to-make pressed-flower coasters.
Because who cares if it’s getting dark earlier when you have this adorable (and easy-to-make) pendant lamp around?
Skip the carving mess and create a polished pumpkin patch at home with these easy-to-sew velvet stunners, complete with real stems.
This beginner-friendly fall fashion DIY combines two of our favorite trends: embellished denim and chunky rope weaving.
There’s no better way to keep your favorite jewelry within arm’s reach than with a trio of DIY ring dishes designed to look like tiny baskets.
Calling all time-strapped crafters: Each of these super-simple jewelry projects is a literal snap to make.
This DIY headboard project only looks like it requires an advanced degree in weaving. (Surprise: It’s actually easy enough for beginners to make.)