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Spruce up a side table with an accent piece made from stray photo-booth strips. You don't even have to destroy the originals.
Why give a gift from the heart when you can give one from your real love epicenter: your adrenal glands.
Gemstones, bleach, and a little gold paint are all you need to turn a plain black tank top, ballet flats, and sunglasses into fashionable statement pieces.
Channel Edgar Allan Poe as you usher in fall with these eerie black-and-white gourds.
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Cement mix, cupcake liners, and a little gold paint are virtually all you need to inject a little glamour into your green space.
Good news, apartment dwellers: all it takes to make this hanging garden are a few tools, some tin cans and chain, and plants of your choice—no backyard required.
An expert in yoga for kids demonstrates how to adapt the practice for a child’s attention span.
Relax your mind and protect your wallet with a simple sewing DIY.
This bordering-on-ridiculous fashion statement combines comfort and glamour.
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We know—it’s called face oil. We’re just as shocked as you are that it won’t actually make your face oily.
Sure, a tie and a stick-figure drawing will make him smile, but our Father’s Day activities will give him an experience he’ll remember for years to come.
These Mother’s Day gifts get the whole family involved, whether the kids are infants or well into adulthood.
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Lovingly upgrade your dad’s grooming regimen with nourishing beard oil and aftershave that smell as manly as a newborn man.
No parachute? No problem. An editor tries indoor skydiving for the first time, and learns to love the vertical wind tunnel.
It takes a half-hour, a few household supplies, and basically zero skill. Just watch that boiling water.
Use cardboard, crepe paper, and glue to make a cactus piñata that’s so cute, your party guests will be forced to beat the living daylights out of it.
The owners of Paperish Mess just want to make art accessible to their Ukrainian Village neighbors—and maybe grab a beer with an outgoing artist or two.