We’re conditioned to think that when something is past its prime, it’s time to replace it with something new. But contrary to marketing and advertisements, there are often upcycle possibilities for items that you were going to toss. By adding a little DIY to them, you can breathe new life—and purpose—into them. Best of all, it’s likely to save you money in the process. There are some items that are ripe for upcycling.
Looking to shake up your home decor? Or love fantasizing about how you would decorate your dream home?
Inspired by the art of Hokusai and other masters of Japanese woodblock prints?
In the age of digital, it can feel really satisfying to write something down. If you’re someone that enjoys jotting words and doodles in a notebook, there’s a type of journaling that will certainly appeal to you. Known as a Bullet Journal, it’s a flexible style of record keeping, goal setting, to-do list making that you can customize however you like. What is a Bullet Journal?
Right now crafting is seeing a serious revival, as more and more people return to the idea of using their...
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The art of pyrography has been around for centuries. It is an age-old technique where a heated metal pen is used to burn wood, leaving behind a decorative pattern. Also known as wood burning, pyrography is a fantastic technique for skilled sketchers to try their hand at a different medium. The history of the craft dates back to the Egyptians and some African tribes, and in China it was known as fire needle embroidery.
Having plants in your home is always in style, but they’ve become even more en vogue over the past few...
Have you ever wished you could extend the life of a bouquet of flowers?
Since ancient times, mosaics have mesmerized with their dazzling colors and distinctive aesthetic. Often made of meticulously arranged colored glass tiles, mosaics offer an eye-catching approach to art and decoration. Due to their ornate designs and seemingly mysterious methods, you may think that the mosaic-making practice is best left to the professionals. However, with just a handful of materials and a couple of tools, you can make your own glistening work of glass art.
Sometimes your space needs a bit of an instant refresh.
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