DIY Herbal Neck Wrap with Lavender and Chamomile

Homemade herbal neck wraps are great because all you have to do is microwave them for a couple of minutes and place them on your neck for soothing, relaxing remedy for your aches and pains. To make this neck wrap, you’ll need 1/2 yard of flannel fabric, thread, scissors, measuring tape, straight pins, a sewing machine, white rice, flax seeds,


DIY hedgehog pin cushion

Hedgehogs are adorable, aren’t they? There these cute, smiling creatures that can fit in the palm of your hand. I thought I’d make a pin cushion resembling the little critters. Here’s a tutorial on how to DIY your own hedgehog pin cushion. To make one of your own, you’ll need two different colors of felt, matching thread, scissors, a needle,

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DIY Adjustable Apron

Most apron tutorials I see online are for aprons with lots of frills and ruffles. But I’m messy, so I’m not really a frills and ruffles kind of person. I literally always spill food on myself every time I eat, so you can imagine how my kitchen and myself get when I’m cooking or baking. Another reason I love this apron

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DIY Tea Bag Cozy

If you’re ever looking for a simple and quick gift idea, think about making this cute tea bag cozy! Not only is it the perfect size to hold a couple of tea bags; it’s also the perfect size for a gift card or cash. I think it’s the perfect little handmade gift for a friend in need of some tea.


DIY Potato-Stamped Print Fabric Pillow

One of the most fun crafts I’ve done involves a potato. It’s a really simple craft that can either be used to replicate trends at a fraction of the cost, or easily create your own unique pattern. You can alter this tutorial to make patterns on tapestries, tea towels, linens, and more, and you can make it as simple or


DIY Denim Pouf

Old jeans are pretty much the perfect reusable material when you feel like upcycling something for basically no cost. I had a few pairs of jeans sitting in my drawers that were either falling apart or no longer fit and I thought I could recycle them into this chic pouf. You’ll need lots of denim in contrasting blues. I used