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.)
Spread the word: The most on-trend food craft of the season—a customizable cake modeled after a letter board—is as easy to make as A, B, C.
Start the school year off on the right foot with these fun, beginner-friendly DIY shoe clips from textile artist Maryanne Moodie.
The secret ingredient in this eye-catching pouch? Iridescent leatherette.
Make this school year the most organized yet with a colorful, customizable DIY magnet memo board.
Mix and match your favorite handmade ideas—from a sweet (and easy) dessert station to favors guests will treasure—for a more personalized party.
For illustrator and kit maker Tamar Nahir Yanai, introducing makers to embroidery is the ultimate joy.
Create a bench that’s just your style with this upholstery DIY from Honestly WTF.
Create a signature tea blend your guests will love with aromatic ingredients like rose buds, dried vanilla bean, and black tea leaves.
Make your next celebration a memorable one with these easy DIY party favors.
This easy DIY is the perfect last-minute Father’s Day gift for dad.
Take family game night to the next level with this easy-to-make beanbag toss game.
Extra-special balloons you can make with everyday materials.
Farmgirl Flowers founder Christina Stembel shares a simple DIY bouquet guaranteed to make you smile.
In her brand-new book, art aficionado Bridget Watson Payne shares just how easy it is to make art a source of joy in our lives.
This former law professor shares her passion for making with the world through her vibrant hand-dyed yarn and easy-to-follow embroidery kits.
Realistic edible-paper pansies and pretty pastel macarons take this giftable edible bouquet to new heights. Here’s how to make your own.