This easy project is a great way to display photos, postcards, messages and more. Get the kids to help!
These colorful paper flowers are easy -- and inexpensive -- to make.
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In keeping with "something blue" for the the wedding tradition, DIY Network shows how to make a unique lace garter for the bride.
Display the wedding cake on a beautifully decorated table using dried and silk flowers, tulle and bows.
DIY Network wedding expert Beverly Clark shows how to create a unique bridal accessory, a bridal-chair swag.
Use tissue paper and foil to decoupage clear glass votives into colorful candleholders.
Making a bridal veil not only saves money, it also allows you to design the veil you want and apply a wedding theme to your attire.
DIY Crafts expert Debbie Stapely describes how to make a photo album cover using fabric and batting.
Brighten up a childs room with 3-D murals that you do yourself.
Make a beautiful pew marker from silk roses, ivy, silk ribbon and pearls, from DIY Network. The embellishments are up to you.
Constructing a unique cleat system for adding wall storage in your shop.
Carol Duvall shows how a handmade calendar is a gift that brings joy all year.
Infusing involves mixing items, such as herbs or fresh fruit zest, with the olive oil to make salad dressing or a dip for bread.
Tips for crafty kids on how to use dry ice to its full spooky potential.
Artist Donna Chesebrough demonstrates a Victorian crazy-quilt technique that can be adapted to many home-decor accessories. When creati...
David Theil demonstrates building a custom chisel storage box.
Wire wrapped jewelry is less expensive than casting silver or gold, and often creates a work of art that is more unique, according to j...