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[15 Jun 2015 | One Comment | 478 views]
Tutorial: Map Desk Set

Could your desk use a little help in the organization department? Make yourself a set of organizers using an assortment of items from the recycling bin! I covered mine with free maps I got while on vacation. You can use newspaper, magazine/book pages, scrapbook paper, wallpaper, music sheets, wrapping paper, or anything else you want to decorate yours!

$1 and Free, cheap crafts, Decor, Headline, Party Crafts, Tutorials, Weddings »

[13 Jun 2015 | One Comment | 556 views]
Tutorial: Gold-on-Gold Paper Lanterns

You only need two supplies to make these sweet gold-on-gold paper lanterns for between $1 and $3!

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[12 Jun 2015 | One Comment | 937 views]
10 Father’s Day Gifts to Make

There’s one crafting weekend left before Father’s Day, so if you’re planning a DIY Father’s Day gift, now’s the time to get cracking! If you need a little DIY Father’s Day gift inspiration, here are 10 fun gifts that you can make on a budget.

$5 and Under, Decor, Headline, Holiday Crafts, Party Crafts, Tutorials »

[10 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Tutorial: Primitive Flag Tray | 767 views]
Tutorial: Primitive Flag Tray

Flag Day is coming up this weekend and the 4th of July is right around the corner, so it’s the perfect time to make yourself a patriotic serving tray! This one uses a simple antiquing technique to make it look like it’s been in the family for generations.

$1 and Free, Decor, Headline, Weddings »

[8 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Make Moss Covered Letters | 509 views]
Make Moss Covered Letters

Does you Dollar Tree carry those cute little moss covered rocks? They’re great for all kinds of nature-inspired projects, like this pretty monogram by Cindy at So the Cook Said. It’s a great way to add a natural, personalized touch to your decor, and would make a great wedding or housewarming gift!

Headline, Roundup-Ideas »

[4 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on 10 DIY Emoji Crafts, Because Why Should Your Phone Have all the Fun? | 967 views]
10 DIY Emoji Crafts, Because Why Should Your Phone Have all the Fun?

When emojis were brand new, I was staunchly against them. They seemed so cheesy to me! Well, I have come over to the dark side, my friends. I have embraced the cheesiness and now use emojis like a tween with her first phone. Let’s take our emoji love to the next level with some DIY emoji crafts!

$5 and Under, cheap crafts, Headline, Tutorials, Video, Wearable Crafts »

[3 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Tutorial: DIY Eye Shadow Balm | 972 views]
Tutorial: DIY Eye Shadow Balm

Heather’s favorite eye shadow isn’t a standard powder; instead, it comes in the form of a balm-like stick. Curious if she could recreate this type of product herself, she tried this fun experiment with dollar store lip balm and eye shadow!

$5 and Under, cheap crafts, Decor, Headline, Tutorials »

[2 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on DIY Beach Themed Centerpiece | 617 views]
DIY Beach Themed Centerpiece

Coastal decor is a great way to incorporate beach items into your decorating, and summertime is the perfect time for maritime themed items. Here’s how you can take an old fish bowl and turn it into a catalog worthy centerpiece, for just a few bucks.

$1 and Free, cheap crafts, Headline, Kids »

[1 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Make Clothespin Biplanes | 618 views]
Make Clothespin Biplanes

Our friend Amanda at Crafts by Amanda is constantly coming up with amazing, low-cost craft ideas for kids.  She recently shared these absolutely adorable biplanes, made out of clothespins and popsicle sticks.  These are painted up as military planes, but the possibilities for a paint job are endless – check out her blog to see another pair she made that are painted up as Snoopy and …

$1 and Free, Accessories, Headline, Tech Crafts »

[31 May 2015 | Comments Off on Make a Recycled Earbud Case | 1,763 views]
Make a Recycled Earbud Case

How do you store your earbuds?  I have a pair that came with my iPhone and storing them is a struggle.  If you leave them out they get hopelessly tangled, and putting them back into the container they came in is like doing a Rubik’s cube.  Know the feeling?  Well, Ashely at Make It & Love It has a brilliant idea for earphone storage!  She …