Looking for DIY gift ideas for the person who has everything? What better way to show that person you care than to make a homemade gift that shows how much thought and effort you put into it? From picture frames and wall art to one of a kind serving trays to knock offs of designer accessories, we complied a list of DIYs that has a little something for everyone.
Whether you are looking for something for him or her, Mom or Dad, birthday, housewarming or an awesome Christmas gift idea that is sure to impress, we have lots of ideas for you!
If you don’t see what you want here, or just want to see more awesome DIY gift ideas, check out our original list of awesome homemade gifts, 27 Expensive Looking Inexpensive DIY Gifts
I don’t know about you, but dorm living was tough. It’s a small space to share with another person (or more than one person), and you have to be smart about how you use your space. We’ve compiled 15 dorm room hacks to help you stay organized and make the most of your small space.
Don’t let your dorm room turn into a disorganized mess. Use these dorm room tips and trick to stay in control of your shared space.
These dorm room hacks aren’t taught in your college 101 class, but they should be! Use these tips and tricks to keep your space pretty and organized.
Shopping the right gift for your loved ones is never an easy task. The gifts you can afford always are not what your receivers really want. If your loved ones seem to have absolutely everything already, you can give them personal and one-of-a-kind DIY gifts instead of store-bought gifts made by usin…
Dreamcatchers originated with the Ojibwe Native American people, and gained in popularity and use during the Pan-Indian movement of the ’60s and ’70s.
Some view the dreamcatcher as a symbol of Native American unity and identity, but it has a specific, poignant origin story: According to an ancient Ojibwe legend, there once was a Spider Woman known as Asibikaashi, who took care of the Ojibwe children and people. Eventually, the Ojibwe Nation spread out to the corners of North America and it became difficult for Asibikaashi to reach all the children. As a result, mothers and grandmothers would weave magical webs for the children, using willow hoops and sinew, or cordage made from plants. The dreamcatchers would filter out bad dreams and only allow good thoughts to enter their minds…
Now you can carry on the essence of the legend by creating your own DIY dreamcatcher. Read on for great ideas, inspiration, and step-by-step tutorials.
One of my favorite things to do is wander the aisles of Michaels to see what adorable, new craft supplies they have. It’s like an instant injection of happy for me, and I bet a lot of you feel the same way! With every trip, my cart ends up with lots of fun finds and I leave with many new project ideas in mind.
But truth be told, there are certain craft supplies that I do not purchase from Michaels because I can get them from Dollar Tree for less (in some cases for a lot less). Of course people have quality concerns about products from Dollar Tree, but I’ve personally tested all of these products time and again and can vouch for them! That’s why I’m spilling my secrets on the 10 craft supplies you should buy at Dollar Tree! Trust me – this list will save you money so you can buy more of those cute supplies at Michaels or Hobby Lobby!
Save yourself lots of money with this post on the 10 craft supplies you should buy at Dollar Tree! These items are so much cheaper than at craft stores!
Save yourself lots of money with this great list of 10 craft supplies you should buy at Dollar Tree!
Children of all ages always have a strong liking on playing with toys. These fun toys motivate children to develop social skills, motor skills, and logical thinking, through creativity, role play, imagination, and movement. And there must be tons of old or unwanted toys which take over the entire bedroom or playroom in your house over the years. As a result, your house is always a toy mess. To keep your kids’ toys organized and easy to find, it’s very necessary for you to create some functional storage for putting them together and making them visually identified instead of having them scattered all over the room.
Keeping your kids’ toys organized is also a good way to help kids to develop good organizational skills which is a key ingredient for success in school and in life. Today we selected some clever toy storage solutions and ideas for your kids’ room. They are very easy and interesting. Some do not just make your kids’ room organized but also contribute to the decor of your kids’ room. In the following list, you can find how useful shoe organizer is to hole the Power Rangers, Small Rescue Heroes, and some of the boys’ personal items. You can also learn how to crochet beautiful toy nets and utilize the space in corner to store stuffed toy. Try these easy and creative DIY toy storage solutions and ideas to calm clutter and bring order to kids’ rooms.
DIY Crate Hot Wheels Storage for Kids
Your boy’s cars get their own port in this easy storage solution made with a wooden crate and mailing tubes. Get the tutorial via frugalfun4boys.