Hang aprons, store the arsenal of family recipes and arrange the spice collection with our DIY kitchen mailbox organizer.
With a few simple supplies you can create a rainy day activity the whole family will enjoy.
Create this fun and functional carryall for summertime activities. Use it to hold flip flops and towels poolside or to transport suntan lotion and flippers for a day at the beach.
Usher the entertainment to a picnic in the park or a backyard BBQ. Our DIY ring toss game, made from upcycled glass bottles and embroidery hoops, brings friendly competition suitable for all ages!
If you’re looking for a fun, active (and affordable) way to entertain the kids this summer, why not turn your pool, or any pool, into a Hula Hoop Hoopla?
Sending the kids on a sleepover? Our simple DIY sleepover pillowcase bag doubles as a pillow and a bag.
Supply dad with everything he needs to master the grill and to keep his tools out of the kitchen. With our printable template, a pail and craft store supplies, this BBQ bucket couldn’t be easier.
Dad doesn’t have to wear a tie every day (or at all) to enjoy a special tie keepsake on his birthday or Father’s Day.
Create DIY garden markers with inexpensive items from your craft and hardware stores.
Break out the Mod Podge and your favorite family photos. With a few inexpensive supplies from the local craft store, you can create a desk sign that celebrates dad!
Keep your favorite fresh herbs at arm’s length this summer with a simple DIY container herb garden.
Need a last minute gift for Dad this Father’s Day? Download our shirt and tie bottle tags to dress up his favorite 6 pack of soda or cerveza.
Want to repurpose your old table linens, or get creative with new ones? You don’t have to be a seamstress to stitch your way to festive new place settings with these 7 simple and inexpensive steps!
School’s out for summer and the kids are bringing home a year’s worth of projects and reports. Easily store these memories with this simple DIY school project organizer.
With just a few scraps of your favorite colored fabric, a couple of inexpensive terra cotta pots, and some Mod Podge, you can easily create an eye-catching centerpiece.
Bring the rustic country vibe indoors. Terra cotta pots are inexpensive, and when whitewashed, look like they came from a high-end florist. Wrap the pots with twine and fill with brightly colored stems for an elegant centerpiece or garden-inspired décor.
Need a gift for your favorite bookworm? Keep pages in check with a super simple DIY photo bookmark gift with photographs of your favorite people.
Press your favorite herbs and flowers in a few simple steps for decorating items like stationary and gifts.
Share the first year of your baby’s growth with friends and family. All you need are our printable stickers, your growing baby, and a camera!
Add a special touch to your personalized stationery cards. Hand-stitched stationery is a great way to add color and texture to any greeting.