What do you want your little rainbow of hearts to say? Do you wish they were flavored differently, or spelled out secret messages? Do you want more vibrant colors? Now, Homies, is your chance — because we've got the skinny on how to make your very own.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of Do It Yourself posts.
How-tos, photos and topics of DIY discussion.
Offbeat Homie Jessica — aka "Not Exactly Martha," aka the mastermind behind that bishop chair makeover — uploaded her newest makeover to our Flickr pool. This photo is just a little teaser for the impressive bright and mod dresser update. Seriously, it's impressive how a little paint can create such a drastic change such as this…
My California dogs aren't used to cold weather. On a road trip through some pretty cold weather, I improvised with a scarf for my big dog, Jackson, but I had nothing for my little one. So when my Jackson ate one of my knee high socks, I took the remaining sock and made an infinity scarf for a my little dog.
And if I can do it, so can you!
My hubby, Bryan, and I are both musicians, and artists — he did that guitar painting of me that you see hanging up there. He's also a carpenter who made that entire tree branch guitar rack! It was totally all his idea and his craftiness. The whole thing only took him about a day to complete — he's got skills. Here's how he pulled it off…
I am the husband of a crafty person. I believe there should be a support group for that.
Our house is a tornado of crafts. I'm constantly finding needles and pins with bare feet. The floor is riddled with beads and string. The cabinets are full of fabric. Her Pinterest has no cohesive theme and both Netflix and Youtube have no idea what to recommend to us.
Don't get me wrong: my wife is a wonderful person. She is smart, eccentric, and immensely creative. She funnels most of that creativity into crafting, and that when our adventure begins.
My husband and I both love playing games, especially board games. We have a games bookcase that's full of our favorites, but the one we play the most is Go. One of the reasons why we love Go so much is because we made our own game set. We wanted to be able to toss the set in our pockets or my purse and go to coffee shops or the park to play. It was one of the easiest projects we've ever done, and also one of the most useful. Here's how we did it.