Sometimes you stumble upon crafty reuse where you’d least expect to see it. Here’s a cool way to reuse wine corks plus some of my other favorite wine cork crafts. Because I know I’m not the only one with a bag of corks in a kitchen drawer.
Spring is my favorite time to live in Atlanta. The weather is almost aggressively beautiful, and I get to finally revive my herb garden. It’s a magical time to live in the south.
A separated sole is no reason to ditch your favorite pair of boots. Here’s how to repair a shoe sole with Sugru.
This DIY vase is made from totally reclaimed materials, and it even has a grid top to make arranging your flowers super easy!
Got some mason jar lids with no jars to go with them? Here’s how to make a picture frame from those old, rusty lids!
Did your favorite coffee mug lose its handle? Here’s how to fix a broken coffee cup quickly and simply. The repair is even dishwasher safe!
If you’ve got a big stash of wine corks, try making mulch with them! Here are two options for making wine cork mulch.
I love the look of a framed chalkboard, but those suckers are expensive! Here’s how to make your own for under $25!
I love the squiggly look of this curly toothpick! The curly bit is made from a junk mail envelope, and it only takes a couple of minutes to make one.
Confession: I am a complete space cadet. If it’s not written down on a list or set as a calendar reminder, you can basically be certain that I will forget or lose whatever it is. That’s a problem when it comes to essential craft supplies like my fabric scissors. Those suckers were always going missing! Until I figured out how to store scissors so that they were impossible to lose.