Well-loved clothing shows its wear through holes that seemingly appear out of nowhere. A small hole in a jacket or pair of pants is disappointing, and you might think it’s time to get rid of the garment. But, that’s not always the case. The Japanese art of kaketsugi, or invisible mending, can take a damaged piece of clothing and make it look brand new; you'd never realize that the hole was ever there.
As Halloween creeps closer and closer, you may be looking for creative ways to celebrate the spooky season.
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.
Cozy knits and steaming cups of tea are the perfect fall accessories.
As Halloween draws near, spooky decor might be on your mind.
The spooky season has arrived! Whether you are celebrating at home or going out on the town, 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.
Fall is a season that’s full of creative inspiration.
Sometimes, it's hard to fight nature.
As beloved as they are, charcuterie boards present one problem: they're not the easiest appetizers to transport. Luckily, one Nashville-based mom named Skylar came up with an ingenious solution: the snackle box. In a now-viral TikTok, she shows off a tackle box with each compartment filled to the brim with delicious charcuterie ingredients—cured meats, dried fruits, nuts, cheeses, crackers, pickles, and lots of fresh fruit.
Learning handcrafts like crochet can bring you joy for a lifetime.
Warmer months are arriving and that means you can look forward to more than just some lazy beach days.