I love an inspired and well-executed upcycle, and this six-pack craft caddy project that CraftFoxes shared from the book Beer Crafts: Making the Most of Your Cans, Bottle Caps and Labels by Shawn Gascoyne-Bowman makes me very, very happy.
What’re you waiting for? Drink up and get organized!
Is there a day to dress up in your near future? Make a gorgeous Gatsby-inspired fascinator with this detailed tutorial from Joyce at Angelica Brigade!
Ready to make your own? Head over to Angelica Brigade to see the full how-to.
This massive crocheted doily mysteriously appeared under a bridge in the UK recently, leaving locals to wonder.
To some it’s a giant nylon spider’s web, to others it’s a 12ft doily. Whatever the bizarre art statement is, bemused motorists have no idea how the rogue knitting project turned up beneath an underpass in Bristol.
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100 Layer Cake shows us an easy way to make feathers out of clay. This is a lovely project that you can interpret any way you want. Use your feathers as decor, a gift topper, or a place card as shown in the photo.
I can’t think of anything that sounds quite as good as a cookies & cream martini on a hot summer day. Luckily, the ladies at A Beautiful Mess seem to be right there with me on that!
Ready to whip one up for this evening? Head over to A Beautiful Mess to see how it’s done.
Donuts are just one of those scrumptious delights in life, but the trick is eating them fresh out of the oven. That can be easy and even more delicious if you make your own! To help you do that, here are 4 easy and delicious-looking donut glaze recipes from Glitter Guide.
Knit a set of gorgeous-looking—but shockingly easy to make—dish towels with this slip stitch dish towels tutorial from Whit’s Knits on the Purl Bee!
These dishtowels look really complicated to make, don’t they? I love that because, just like you want hard things to look easy, it’s a great coup to make easy things look difficult!
Ready to pretty up your daily kitchen routine? Head over to the Purl Bee to see the full how-to!
By Katie Goodman
I have a weakness for chips and salsa. Not so much the chips, because they’re just a medium to get to the salsa. That is, until I started making my own tortilla chips. Now I enjoy the chips just as much as the salsa. Of course there are times when store bought is more convenient time-wise for me, but I do prefer the homemade version in general. They are so yummy, and they’re probably better for you than store bought because the sodium content and fat are completely up to you! I like to add a little lime juice and cumin for extra flavor, but if you prefer plain salted chips, just skip those steps on the recipe or try and experiment with other flavors.
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Turn your prettiest fabric scraps into fun pieces of jewelry with this fabric cuff bracelet tutorial from Sachiko at Tea Rose Home!
Ready to make your own? Head over to Tea Rose Home to see how it’s done.