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1. Budget Cake Topper
Easy and inexpensive, two Polaroids of the happy couple make for an adorable wedding decoration. Find more cake topper ideas and budget-friendly wedding decor projects.
2. Memory Bottles
Instead of plain old picture frames, display your favorite photos in a decorative bottles adorned with seashells, beach sand and trinkets. Design by Joanne Palmisano.
Get the step-by-step instructions.
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3. Sprinkle Cake
We made this cake for a small baby shower (just a little sprinkle), but you can make for any occasion. We took a basic white frosted cake, put a heart-shaped stencil on top and filled it with sprinkles. For the perfect presentation, the cake was placed on a pretty pedestal. Design by TomKat. Download the heart-shaped stencil.
4. Paper Towel Drawer
Clever and convenient, this open-face drawer has a built-in paper towel dispenser. The kids can easily reach it and it doesn’t take up precious counter space. The drawer holds additional rolls behind the front one, so when one roll runs out, a new one is right behind it. Design by John McGilvray. See more of this amazing kitchen.
5. Painting Upholstered Furniture
Yes, you can paint those old stained chairs. Our blogger, Ellen Foord has the step-by-step instructions. The key to making it work is using a lot of fabric medium, so make sure you don't skimp on it.
6. Bridal Shower Games
Guests will need to think quickly on their feet as they try to get through as many wedding words as possible before time runs out. The team with the most words at the end of two minutes wins. Before the shower, download, print and cut out the wedding catch-phrase cards. Design by TomKat.
Wedding Catch Phrase Wedding Shower Game
Guests will need to think quickly on their feet as they try to get through as many wedding words as possible before time runs out. The team with the most words at the end of two minutes wins. Before the shower, download, print and cut out the wedding catch-phrase cards.
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7. Curtains Made From Canvas Drop Cloths
New window treatments can cost a fortune, but you can make these stylish no-sew curtains using a $25 drop cloth, grommets and a few painting supplies. And the best part, you can say you did it yourself. You can also turn a drop cloth into a rug, tablecloth, teepee and more -- see how. Design by Carla Wiking.
8. Bathroom Storage
Adding storage doesn't have to be a complex process. A few simple wood crates hung on the wall provides a place for toiletries and such, and it looks cute too.
More Bathroom Storage Solutions
Floating Storage Shelves
9. Sprinkles Baby Shower
A sprinkle is a small scale baby shower in which guests "sprinkle" the new mom with the little necessities she needs for the new bundle of joy. It is typically not a full-blown "shower", but just a light sprinkling of gifts. Design by TomKat. Find more unique baby shower ideas.
10. Black Widow Cocktails
You don't have to wait until Halloween to enjoy this delectable potion, you can make it for any celebration. You’ll need 2 oz. blackberry juice, 1 oz. simple syrup, 1 oz. vodka and ice. Fill a highball glass with ice, add ingredients, stir and serve.
Easy + Inexpensive Halloween Decor
11. Embellish a Store-Bought Onesie
Next time you need a baby gift, bling out a standard, store-bought onesie. It's personal, inexpensive and not that hard, you don't even necessarily have to know how to sew. Design by Jess Abbott. Check out six ways to personalize a onesie.
12. Tiered Craft Supply Storage
This DIY spinning caddy, featured in HGTV Magazine, was made from a lazy Susan, cake pans and candlesticks. It is perfect for holding thread, buttons, twine and small crafting supplies. It could also be used in the kitchen to store produce and snacks. Take a peek at the creative spaces of some of our top talent, including Vanilla Ice.
13. "Mint" Wedding Chair Backs
These mint green “Mr.” and “Mrs.” signs are the work of Carlen and David Arnold of host & toast, an event decor design studio in Denver, Colorado. They’re hung with twine for a vintage vibe. Get more ideas for making wedding chair backs.
14. Reclaimed Spice Display
Most of us hide mismatched spice jars in a cabinet. Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins came up with an alternative solution. Slabs of reclaimed wood were cut to size and nailed to the wall, then metal racks were fastened to the wall and filled with matching canisters. Check 19 more kitchen cabinet storage systems.
Reclaimed Wood Spice Rack
Most of us hide our mismatched spices in a cabinet until it's time to cook. Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of HGTV's Kitchen Cousins have a solution to turn your spices into a unique piece of artwork. Slabs of reclaimed wood were cut to size and nailed to the wall, and then various metal holders were added to hold 30 different spices in matching canisters.
15. Stairway Fountain
To create a beautiful element of surprise, a fountain is incorporated into the stairs and path of a paved walkway. A boulder anchors one end of the stream, while at the other end, a basin captures the water, recycling it back to the rock.
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16. Engagement Ring Bunting
Perfect for a bachelorette party or bridal shower, this banner is easy to make and so sparkly sweet. You will need glitter paper, eyelets, an eyelet setter, ribbon and scrapbooking adhesive. Download the diamond shape template and the ring shape template, print, and then cut out the diamonds. Attach each circle to the diamond using scrapbooking adhesive. Set an eyelet in each ring then insert the ribbon or tulle through the eyelet hole. Design by Something Turquoise.
17. Built-in Foot Bath
The lucky owner of this master bathroom has their own personal pedicure station. A little bookshelf tucked in the corner makes it convenient to catch up on reading while your tootsies soak. Check out the latest bathroom trends.
18. Cotton Candy Wedding Favors
19. Shell Lighting
Bedside lamps filled with keepsakes from the seashore lend a soothing vibe to this coastal-inspired bedroom. See more of this beautiful bedroom.
DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2013 is a circa-1892 coastal cottage located along the Crystal Coast in North Carolina. The home has been remodeled, based on online voters' selections, and will be given away to one lucky winner in a home sweepstakes in Fall 2013. Pictured is the master bedroom.
20. Dry-Creek Bed
If your yard is prone to flooding or if you’re just looking for some low-maintenance landscaping, a dry-creek bed maybe just be the thing. It is easy to install and you never have to mow it. Learn how to install one.