This weekend, sport a mermaid tail! You’ll love lounging around with this clever fleece blanket. Suzie Penguin included instructions on how to make it. Best of all: it’s totally no sew, so you can do it in a day! Save
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This weekend, enchant Adventure Time fans with this Jake the Dog plastic bag holder. teaandcraft now has the most excellent storage for all her plastic grocery bags. Jake delights in hanging around in her laundry room. Perfect. Save Save
Usually for the “@Home This Weekend” article, I like to present a project that can be completed in a weekend. Every now and then, though, I like to mix it up. This weekend, take a look at the fabulous rocking chair reconstruction that yofi accomplished with a roadside discard! This took quite a bit more […]
This weekend, make your own concrete planters! These would look great indoors or out. iheartmyTHO wrote up a complete tutorial in her post. You can do it! Save
This weekend, accent your windows, but still let the light in! Meadowlark made four gorgeous eyelet curtains for around $30, including the hanging hardware. What a difference this makes in her master bath. C’mon, you can do it too!
This weekend, prove you are the coolest on the block with some stunning octopus vanity lights. When BrocadeLion went to re-do her bathroom, she was deadset on finding some octopus lights to flank the mirror. When she couldn’t find what she wanted, she did what any die-hard Craftster would do: she made her own. Check […]
This weekend, make a Trekkie statement and create a fun beaded curtain for your doorway. LovelyMiss estimates this one took her 25-30 hours to bead, but hey, it’s a long weekend, so you’ve got time. Click on her post for the pattern and supply list so you can make your own. Beam me up, Scotty! […]
This weekend, add some personality to your kitchen with some etched glasses. Who could resist sharing a drink with Cruella De Vil? bunny1kenobi made a whole set of Disney Villain glasses, each with a different character. You could use any theme you like. Drink up!
This weekend, fix up an old chair. Here’s a great idea from lunke13: use thrifted belts to weave a new seat! He just pulled each belt tight and buckled them up. Check out his post to see how the buckles were all featured on the back of the chair.
This weekend, use this great tutorial from Jenxx and make some great solar path markers using recyled and Dollar Store supplies. During the day, they’re almost invisible, but at night, they gently guide your way. Genius!
This weekend, go from drab to fab! Transform your plain, boring furniture with a few coats of paint. anderlance found a couple of old dressers at a garage sale for only $30, and totally transformed them. Beautiful!
This weekend, create a beautiful dragonfly to hang on your wall. You’ll never guess what Jenxx used to make this fabulous insect, so I’ll just go ahead and tell you: it’s four ceiling fan blades, a chair leg, a glass garden globe, a little paint, and a lot of talent. Click on the photo to […]
This weekend, take a page from spaminmyroom (formerly known as alwaysinmyroom) and pay tribute to Andy Warhol’s iconic painting “Soup Cans”. spaminmyroom one upped the master this time, though, by using tins of Spam instead of the expected soup cans. Is this the next best thing in art?
This weekend, wrap a paper maché letter from a craft store with some book pages to create a personalized initial for your home. HSG embellished her initial with pretty flowers. It looks great on the wall!
Could you use a little divine assistance in your life? This weekend, summon up your very own patron saint. Using a candle from the Dollar Store, some photoshop and some washi tape, the_trademarks created the patron saint for the New York Mets. I wonder if it works?