The holidays are here and you've likely decorated your tree. But if you haven't—or you want to add some personalized pizzazz—why not make your own ornaments? DIY Christmas ornaments are the perfect family project and can provide some wonderful keepsakes—and memories. And, if you are conscious about reuse and recycling, many projects will help you use up items around the house.
Dedicated DIYer Boiz Smith creates dramatic dioramas that reimagine historical events with a fantastical twist.
Spooky season is well and truly upon us.
You might associate crochet with handmade textile hats and tea cozies, but the age-old technique can be used to create almost anything. Russian toy maker Kseniya (of Totaksushadolls) interlocks loops of colorful yarn to make all kinds of cute and unusual critters. And for those who are looking for an unconventional crochet pattern, Kseniya's amigurumi bearded dragon project might just be the one for you.
As Halloween creeps closer and closer, you may be looking for creative ways to celebrate the spooky season.
While wallpaper once seemed like a time-consuming and intimidating item to install, these days it's easier than ever.
Calling all crafters! Those that love creative DIY projects know that making something with your own hands is so satisfying. And now that it’s getting colder outside, it’s a great time to cozy up indoors and experiment with your art materials. To help get you started with some new projects, My Modern Met is releasing its DIY craft video series, My Modern Met Maker, in celebration of Craft Week (September 30 – October 10).
The spooky season has arrived!
Clay is a material with many possibilities.
With their endless enthusiasm and infinite imaginations, kids are known for their creativity. And what better time to foster their artistic flair than the fall? On top of getting children into the holiday spirit, seasonal, hands-on projects are the perfect way for kids to keep cozy on those cool and crisp autumn days—especially when the kits and supplies are as creative as they are.
If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that winter is coming and you’re going to need a scarf.
Hands-on projects are a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit.