Creativity is a learned skill that builds confidence and sparks communication. Spark kids' creativity and have hours of creative family fun with an arts-and-crafts center.
DIYNetwork.com shares ideas to help you keep your craft or sewing room organized and looking beautiful.
Carol Duvall, host of HGTV's The Carol Duvall Show, visited producer Linda Watson's craft room and discovered lots of ideas for keeping craft supplies organized and stored.
DIYNetwork.com’s writers, content contributors and bloggers give us a peek at their home offices, studios and creative spaces.
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Essentially, this sewing table is a mounted mobile workbench on casters. It was designed with work and design flexibility in mind.
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Perfect for a spa day (or any other day!), this cute braided head wrap is so easy to make, you'll want one in every color!
Learn how to upcycle old wool and then pair them with pompoms to make decorations for doorknobs or cabinet knobs.
Learn how to turn plain white shoes into colorful, wearable works of art.
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Create this trendy look with upcycled supplies.
Rock candy syrup is the sweet secret behind two tasty drinks, best enjoyed on the rocks.
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Are you a seamstress with a bit of an attitude? Download this free pattern, spend some therapeutic time stitching it together, hang it on the wall and then let everyone know how you really feel.
This famous saying can be applied to many aspects of life. Use needle and embroidery floss to create a constant reminder that double-checking is always a good idea.
You've got better things to do than clean, so stop making excuses. Download this free pattern, spend some therapeutic time stitching, hang it on the wall and let everyone know your viewpoint on housekeeping.
Don't put up with bad karma in your house. Download this free pattern, stitch the message and tell the meanies and grumps where to go.
Handmade soaps make great gifts for family and friends. They're so easy to make, the kids can help too.
Soften your skin the natural way by making a body scrub from pantry items. We whipped up a batch for a spa-day baby shower, but you don't need a special occasion to make yourself a jarful.
At your next party, honor your guests by crowning them royalty. Or if you know some little girls who like to play princess, make them tiara to parade around in.
Learn how to create pinwheels using scrapbook paper. Use the pinwheels to decorate cupcakes, hang on walls or make mobiles for kid's rooms.
Everyone has words of advice for a new mom. Make a special book so shower guests can jot down their words of wisdom. It is a helpful gift that mom-to-be will surely appreciate.
Turn a store-bought onesie into a custom onesie for every month of baby’s first year. It’s easy and there is no sewing involved.
For your next fiesta, create inexpensive Mexican-style bunting to hang on the walls, mantel or even the Christmas tree.
A multicolored pinata is the perfect way to let Mom, Dad and everyone at the baby shower know whether Baby is a boy or a girl.
Turn a store-bought onesie into a custom piece. Use freezer paper to make a stencil and then fabric paint to transfer the design. Easy, inexpensive and no sewing involved!
Tired of scrapbooking? Get sewing, fabric crafts, holiday, jewelry making and more crafts here. If you're in the mood for crafting, we've got your fix with step-by-step instructions and pictures.