Give flowers a double life by drying and crafting with them long after they've left the vase.
These eye-catching, recycled plant markers bring a little whimsy to the garden.
You can curse its existence, or you could use it to control pests, fertilize your soil, and more!
There’s something about busy hands that can help to quiet a busy mind.
With just a few basic supplies, you can make this cute, stress-busting addition for your office desk.
Grow these blooms in your garden to harvest homemade beauty products, cocktail bitters, and even cheese.
California artist Erin Kinsey uses moss and ferns to create lush vertical landscapes.
With this simple DIY project, you can ditch the synthetic fragrances for good.
Don’t ball it up! Reuse that colorful, shiny wrapping paper in the crafty projects.
Ample winter bird watching, guaranteed—thanks to a little dried fruit and popcorn.
Ditch the plastic, dollar-store ornaments this year, and decorate your tree with homemade creations.