Sister_Diane, contributor | February 6th, 200915 comments
Using cheery oilcloth and a little origami, you can whip up a simple set of bowls that not only hold food and water but also fold flat to tuck into a pocket or bag. Great for travel, long walks, or trips to the vet!
Sister_Diane, contributor | January 16th, 200916 comments
Build a simple cardboard weaving loom, and raid your stash for yarn and fabric to weave up a journal cover. Fill it with pages from your recycling bin, and you have a useful blank book that costs nothing to make.
susanstars, contributor | January 11th, 20091 comment
January is the perfect month for a low-key dinner party for friends, and what could be better than a quick, easy crafty project to decorate the table? Make this set of wineglass charms for yourself or your hostess in just a few minutes!
Expired credit cards, used gift cards, and outdated insurance cards aren't of much use to anyone! Unless you cut them up and make them into a colorful, sparkly mosaic. Here's a tutorial for covering a frame with your old cards.
susanstars, contributor | January 4th, 20094 comments
My New Year's resolution is to keep my beads and charms organized so my craft room doesn't turn into a sparkly, shiny mess and a half. Here's how I redid my bead boxes for an easy and pretty storage system!
JenniferStern, contributor | December 20th, 20087 comments
Organize your wrenches, chisels, paintbrushes, or whatever you're into with these quick tool rolls. Whether you make the luxe version out of leather or the durable standby out of denim, your tools will be organized and ready to go when you need them!