The spooky season has arrived! This Halloween may look slightly different for everyone due to social distancing and quarantine safety; but if you're spending Halloween at home, why not make your house into a spooky spectacle? There are plenty of easy and affordable DIY Halloween decorations that you can make in time for the big day.
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As Halloween creeps closer and closer, you may be looking for creative ways to celebrate the spooky season. In addition to giving out festive gifts and decking yourself out in autumnal accessories, October is a great time to treat yourself to a new hands-on project. In this spirited selection of Halloween crafts and DIY kits, you'll find everything you need to conjure up an enchanting holiday.
As Halloween draws near, spooky decor might be on your mind.
The 1970s classic children’s book series Frog and Toad is a tale of two friends—conveniently named Frog and Toad—and the...
Terrariums are a great way to bring fresh green in your home without a lot of effort. With just some basic supplies, you can build these all-inclusive habitats that allow plants to thrive. Although terrariums are easy to craft, getting all of the supplies together can be troublesome; if you’re just planning on one terrarium, you’ll likely have materials left over. That’s where terrarium kits come in handy.
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Most of us have had a quilt at one time or another, whether as a child or an adult. More than something to place over your bed, quilts tell a story. Handmade and passed down through generations, the idea of a quilt conjures up comforting memories. The art of quilting has a long, storied history and is particularly tied to American folk art.
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Sometimes referred to as canvas work, needlepoint is a type of embroidery that dates back to the ancient Egyptians.