During the holidays, if you want to dabble in some DIY, check out this clever place card that could double as a Christmas ornament. Using little bottle brush trees from Joann's, Michelle of Decor and the Dog, simply wrapped it with red and white Baker's twine on top of a toy VW bus found at her local Walmart. Of course you could wrap your miniature tree on top of any toy car…
Added by alice on December 8, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Time to get into the holiday spirit! Anthony Herrera has released a new set of DIY paper snowflakes that are all inspired by Star Wars! Back in 2011, we first posted about Matters of Grey's awesome fold and cut creations, and since then, artist…Continue
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Yesterday, Redditor CycleNinja blew people away when he posted these images that show what happens when you attach Christmas lights to a spinning ceiling fan. Of course, these are not your traditional Christmas lights, they're battery powered LEDs that were in one of their "blinking pattern modes."
When asked by a fellow Redditor if he could share pictures of the set-up, CycleNinja…Continue
Added by alice on December 18, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
With Halloween right around the corner, today we thought it would be fun to put together some of the most popular DIY Halloween ideas we found on Pinterest. For the past few months we've been collecting these pins in our board Cool DIY Projects, which currently has almost 1.5 million followers…Continue
Added by alice on October 12, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
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Over the past few weeks, our Cool DIY Projects board on Pinterest has exploded - from a few thousand followers to now over 160,000. We've collected around 200 pins so far, creative ideas that run the gamut - from drinks and desserts to costumes and crafts. More than anything, they're ideas that just inspire us…
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More like peal-away borders than traditional wallpaper per say, this idea lets home owners blend the best of stylish professional design with unique, personal and artistic decorative touches. So easy a kid could do it.
This is a bit like wallpapering in reverse. Sound complex? The concept is simple: add the peal-away paper elements to a selected wall surface, decorate with paint on the in-between spaces and pull back the sticky tape-like…