Marbling is gorgeous on just about any surface. It’s the perfect way to decorate your home, your clothes, your walls, your cakes, etc., so I decided to test out a new way to make beautiful marbled art with fluid painting. You can make abstract art with fluid painting techniques using any regular acrylic paint, glue and water, and each piece turns out completely unique. Grab your favorite colors that match your home decor, and you’ll quickly have a piece of art to brighten your walls. Continue Reading
If you happen to kill every plant you’ve ever had, I have a trick for you: hang them at eye level! Sure, it’s not much, but having your plants at eye level is a great way to remember to water them. And if you’re new to plant ownership, there’s no better place to start than with an air plant and this 15 minute DIY!
What you’ll need
– bell cup
– hammer & nail
– wooden beads (you can order faceted wooden beads on Etsy)
– acrylic paint
On the bottom on your bell cup, hammer a nail into the center to create a hole. Continue Reading
I don’t know about your front yard, but I know mine has seen better days – after a long winter and the late arrival of spring, there’s a lot of work to be done. But it won’t take long with these easy tips. Give the front of your home a boost with these ten simple yet effective projects.
1. Add a wreath. This might be the easiest one, and it will also make a fairly noticeable difference. Continue Reading
If you've been following along on Curbly, you may have noticed that we're big fans of IKEA hacks. And this week we have another hack for you, something a little different… a handy under bed storage case that rolls right underneath your fram and out of the way. So keep reading to find out how you can make your own under bed storage!
The finished piece is simple, functional and well…. Continue Reading
Growing your own herbs is incredibly satisfying. Not only do they take up very little space, they take your cooking to new heights as you start experiment with different flavor profiles, you can even read our guide to choosing your own here.
Here are 10 ideas for planting up your own, small space herb garden.
1. DIY Indoor Herb Planter via Design Sponge
2. How to Turn a Dingy Old BBQ into an Herb Container Garden via Life on the Balcony
I think we can all agree that moon phases continue to be all the rage. Not wanting to pass up on this bohemian trend, I brought moon symbols into my home with a lunar wind chime – keep reading to see how!
- Oven-bake clay
- Cording and embroidery needle
- Glass seed beads
- Wood beads
- A small glass with a thin rim
- A clay tool (optional)
- Parchment paper
Lay down some parchment paper over your workspace. Continue Reading
Hello, and happy Valentine’s Day! Okay, it’s not quite the big day yet, but February 14th is just days away, and I’m totally ready to celebrate. Ever since the Christmas holiday ended, I’ve been itching for an excuse to decorate, party, craft – whatever! I wanted to make some cards featuring some of my favorite gals throughout history (some are good, some are bad!), and the captions kind of wrote themselves after that. Click through for these printable valentines! Continue Reading
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to start making plans. Nothing screams Valentine’s Day quite like conversation hearts. They’re colorful, they’re graphic, and they say something (sorta) meaningful in ten characters or less. But, they taste kinda icky, so this year, I’m combing the classic conversation heart with something we all actually want to eat: chocolate.
Not only is this approach budget-friendly, but it’s a very simple project that you can easily customize for your Valentine, no matter your level of experience with crafting. Continue Reading
It's hard to believe, but it's already new year… which means that it's time for new calendars! There are tons of gorgeous, free printable calendar downloads available online, so we've rounded up our favorites in a variety of different styles. Click through to check them out and download your favorite.
Free Printable Calendar Options for 2019
1. This first calendar has a range of different colorful backgrounds, and a lovely script text. Continue Reading
Sometimes I get sick of using the same old gift wrapping supplies every year – they just never seem to run out! So this year I decided to get a little creative with my Christmas gift wrap by using office supplies to decorate plain brown kraft paper packages. And it was surprisingly easy! Click through to see five different ways to wrap gifts using office supplies.
1. Confetti Ribbon Gift Wrap
For this one I used a small hole punch to create confetti out of different colored post it notes. Continue Reading