Instead of the customary bottle of wine, give your favorite party host or hostess a monogrammed serving tray that can be used throughout the year.
Bring the warm, festive glow of autumn to plain glass hurricanes or lanterns with copper leafing. It's inexpensive, easy to apply and adds a glamorous touch to fall displays.
School glue and black glitter are all you need to give plain pumpkins a chic makeover. Choose an easy pattern for crafting with kids or go with a timeless design, like a monogram or graphic pattern, for a sophisticated look.
Personalized handmade gifts are always cherished but not everyone knows how to knit or crochet. We'll show you how to use baker's twine to customize store-bought mittens, turning them into an easy-to-craft customized gift.
This oh-so-cute felt pillow requires basic sewing skills and will bring a handmade touch to your Halloween decor.
Create a Halloween treat bucket that can be decorated and customized each year to coordinate with a costume or theme. Kids will love this interactive trick-or-treat accessory that can be topped with a lid to safely store their stash.
Inspired by hand-painted Nordic designs, this colorful Christmas tree skirt is a no-sew project that's made by layering felt cut-outs then outlining them with chunky yarn.
Cover inexpensive foam topiary forms with fondant and candy to create a sweet Halloween decoration or centerpiece that kids will love helping to craft.
Turn a plain wall into an on-trend feature wall with your favorite designer fabric. This old "Army wife" trick can be completed in just a few hours and, unlike wallpaper, can simply be peeled off when you're ready for a change.
A no-sew tutu, pointy craft-foam hat, DIY broom and striped tights are paired with a black T-shirt for a wee witch's costume that's cute enough to cast a spell on even the biggest Halloween humbugs.
Felt is a perfect fabric for no-sew holiday projects because raw edges won't fray. This tree skirt looks complicated, but it's actually made with straight cuts and fabric glue, so it's a quick craft to tackle during the busy holiday season.
A drywall kitchen backsplash doesn't have to be boring. In just an afternoon you can transform it with chalkboard paint and a little trim. This inexpensive project packs a powerful visual punch and makes any kitchen chore more fun.
Give a thrifted vintage bedside table or nightstand the shabby chic look of a French antique with inexpensive milk paint and a few easy faux-finishing tricks.
A Christmas tradition, the kissing ball, can be made out of more than just mistletoe. Use preserved boxwood sprigs, magnolia leaves or even fresh evergreens to create this holiday party decoration.
Permanent markers and transfer paper make it easy to add a customized holiday greeting to rustic wood slices.