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  • Save the money you would've spent on a designer pillow with this glam DIY dupe! It's the perfect accent to brighten up your neutral couch or add a splash of color to an all-white bedding theme. And if you've never used this kind of iron-on transfer before (it's super easy), you're about to discover a fave new craft technique!
  • If you’re all about those mid-century modern vibes, you’ll love these geometric starburst wall hangings that add a pop of drama to any corner. We opted for luxe gold, but these can feel as glamorous — or as funky — as you like, depending on how you play with color.
  • No, this is NOT a fine art piece available only in a fancy gallery. It's a totally do-able DIY that starts with — wait for it — an old vinyl record. Just. So. Cool.

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  • If your little’s room could use a little tune-up, look no further. These five kids’ rooms are loaded with one-of-a-kind-ness and imagination — just like kids themselves.
    Shelby Deering
  • We love traditional embroidery, but lately our fiber radar has been focused on the beautiful textures created with needle punching. Uh, what's that, you ask? We'll fill you in: Needle punching (aka punch needle) might look like embroidery when you just see the tools — you need embroidery floss or yarn, a hoop, fabric, and scissors to start. But there's one extra tool that makes a big difference: a needle punch.
    Ashley Little
  • If it were up to me, every blank wall in my house would be overflowing with fiber art ( #HomeGoals). The traditional art of weaving is having a major renaissance, as woven wall hangings take the decor world by storm. And with good reason: These incredible works are modern, gorgeous, and play remarkably well with all different kinds of decor. Here are just a few of the weavers I'm joyfully stalking these days...
    Ashley Little
  • When the weather turns colder, you might have to bring your green babies in from your garden and transplant them into pots. Or maybe you just love weaving plants into your home decor year-round. Either way, these six instagrammers are here for you with awesome DIY ideas you'll want to try asap.
    Shelby Deering
  • Take a page out of this: Whether you have a small collection or one that rivals that of the local library, your bookcases can and should be a focal point of your home. (Just type #shelfie into Instagram and you'll see what we mean.) From bookshelves that are perfectly color-coordinated, to monochromatic ones overflowing with greenery, to overcrowded shelves that somehow still look flawless, the possibilities for this one utilitarian piece are seemingly endless. Here, some of our favorite ways to take your cases from simple storage to simply gorgeous.
    Brigitt Earley
  • There are two kinds of people: those who love fresh flowers and those who love them but immediately lament how short-lived they are, and therefore, kind of can't bear to bring them home.
    Wendy Rose Gould
  • Succulents are beautiful, versatile and oh-so-trendy right now. They come in every shape and color and make your home or garden look straight-outta-Pinterest. The only problem? You just can't get enough! Enter the power of nature: With the know-how below, you can actually replant parts of your existing succulents to grow new ones.
    Meredith Skyer
  • The big, bright blooms of gerbera daisies make them an easy pick at the garden center. But to keep them happy and healthy back at home, you'll need a little know-how. Even though it's usually sold as a houseplant or garden annual, this flowering plant is actually a herbaceous perennial that's native to South Africa. (Yes, that means you may be able to plant it once and enjoy it year after year! Woohoo!) Make sure your green thumb is ready to take on these daisies with these tips:
    Ramon Gonzalez
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