Decorating & Design
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Celebrate the beauty of dried flowers with these one-of-a-kind design ideas.
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Toronto blogger Wendy Lau shares her tips for affordable, clever and lighthearted renovations.
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From cheerful front doors to dramatic interior doors!
6 Holiday Gift Wrapping Ideas You Can Make Yourself
Give gifts a personal touch with six creative holiday wrapping projects.
DIY Holiday Paint Projects From Annie Sloan To Try This Weekend
We can always count on the paint maven for some festive crafts!
45+ Of House & Home’s Best Holiday Crafts!
Add seasonal charm to your home with these DIY projects.
DIY: Holiday Posy & Tassel and Bell Garland
What you’ll need for the posy: • Greenery • Seasonal flowers, berries, bells or other decorations • Twine • Ribbon How-to: 1. To make this easy holiday posy, start by forming a fan shape with a foundation of greenery. 2. Layer in seasonal flowers, berries…
DIY: Painted Wooden Ornaments
Create your own one-of-a-kind holiday ornaments by hand painting wooden ones found at craft stores. What you’ll need: • Wooden ornaments (available at craft stores) • Acrylic paint • Acrylic paint pens • Paintbrush How-to: 1. Paint the ornaments with a base of black or…
DIY: Waxed Pinecone Name Card Holders
Set your dining table with organic name card holders with pinecones gathered on a snowy winter walk. What you’ll need: • Dry pinecones • Broken candles or used candle ends • Thin wire • Stainless steel bowl • Saucepan • String…
DIY: Pinecone Swag
What you’ll need for the pinecone swag: Twine Scissors Approx. 12–14 dry pinecones How-to: Start by attaching a long piece of twine to the ends of three pinecones, varying the length of the twine. Do the same thing with three more pinecones and make twine lengths a bit shorter.
DIY: Reusable Hanukkah Crackers
What you’ll need: 12″ x 12″ squares of fabric Cardboard tubes Ribbon Treats, paper crowns, etc. Thin corrugated cardboard Utility knife Cutting mat Glue How-to: Start by wrapping a piece of fabric around a cardboard tube and tie off one end with ribbon. Next, fill the roll with treats, such…
DIY: Felt Napkin Holder
What you’ll need: Christmas tree template (choose your favorite online!) Scissors Approx. 12″ x 12″ piece of 3 mm–thick felt Pencil Sewing needle and thread How-to: Start by downloading and printing a Christmas tree template that fills an 8 1⁄2″ x 11″ page. Take your piece of felt and…
DIY: Treat Cones
What you’ll need for the treat cones: Two 12″ x 12″ pieces of paper such as cardstock, old calendars or wallpaper ends Scissors Glue Narrow double-sided tape Hole punch Ribbon Tassels Treats How-to: Cut two sheets of 12″ x 12″ paper on the diagonal and glue them together, back-to-back,…