In which I write you a poem about how great shelves are, and then I teach you how to build one in three straightforward steps.
If you’ve been struggling to figure out where to keep all your caps, let this DIY baseball cap storage solution help you out.
When minimalist style and an easy DIY cross paths, you’ve gotta pay attention. This dip-dyed yarn wall hanging only requires a few items and about 15 minutes of hands-on work, but it makes a big impact.
If I can do a craft, trust me, you can do a craft.
Witch Hunt isn’t just for people who want to get serious about casting spells and making potions, it’s for any and everyone who wants to get strength from identifying with whatever being a witch means to them.
These wallflowers are little rays of sunshine for any space.
Got a black and white photo you just loooove and some embroidery floss in your craft stash? Stitching a design on an engineer print is a very affordable gift idea, or a way to take DIY decor to the next level.
Here’s how to make your own set of nice wooden ones, for yourself or as a gift.
Make this super simple candle and forget about the pests!
Get into tonight’s new moon with a handmade pendant!
Did you know MacBooks come in gold now? Definitely out of my price range, but it got me thinking about accessories that could at least make me feel like I’d made the upgrade. A metallic (faux) leather laptop sleeve coming right up!
This is a great project for beginning sewists. I love the contrasting canvas, and the outside pocket is the perfect size for a smartphone. Give it a try!
Put one or two in your bath and watch them fizz away. As you’re steeping, take some time to reflect on your life and feel good about all the decisions you’ve made that have gotten you to this point.
Let’s stencil some patriarchy smashing t-shirts and talk about robot movies!!
Why it’s so hard to prove a civil rights crime, Angela Davis, print on a t-shirt using the sunshine, Issa Rae, nothing is scarier than a black trans woman with a degree, Miranda July and Lorrie Moore, a female iron worker, a queer feminist pops her Sleater-Kinney cherry, ladies on landlines, a lesbian kiss on South Korean TV, cellar spiders in my kitchen and SO. MUCH. MORE.
WARNING: There’s a f*ckton of hearts in here.
You know it’s only a matter of time until we get a storm that’s, you know, as big a deal as predicted (sorry not sorry Juno). Here are three ways to dress up those stretchy pairs of gloves you can find at Target for $1.
This project mixes a science, art, and a whole lot of oil to make twelve bubbly bars of soap.
These classic luggage tags are made from hand-stitched and stamped leather and will set your bags apart when you’re looking for them on the baggage carousel.
This scarf falls on the feminine end of the spectrum and is a good gift for anyone whose idea of gay apparel is pretty and shiny.