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Give an ordinary lampshade a fun facelift with dazzle twine and some stitchwork. It's an easy project that's sure to light up a room.
Make a quick-and-easy faux-bois (false wood) pillow cover with a stencil and a drop cloth. All you need are basic sewing skills and about $30.
Fashion an ornamental orb from wood veneer and customize it to suit your decor. Then hang it alone or make groups for a dramatic addition to any space.
Turn an old shutter into a folk-art-style Fourth-of-July display with a star and stripes.
Fill your room with wall-to-wall inspiration by dressing up insulation boards in your favorite fabrics.
Work your stitchcraft at this nifty sewing nook, featuring lots of counter space, cabinetry, and a special felt board for displaying your greatest creations.
Versatile and affordable canvas drop cloth is a favorite material of our staff designers. Check out the creative ways they used it in a variety of projects.
A few simple bends in this stock metal sheet create a magnetic holder for patterns or photos.
Turn conventional basket use upside down by converting a wicker basket into unique pendant lighting.
Stain common canning jars to make high-style homes for pendant lighting.
Create a fun fashion accessory in less than an hour with this necklace of drop-cloth flowers. Then use the same technique to creat a host of other projects.
Add sew-easy charisma to seating with urban-inspired pillows made form a canvas drop cloth. Each bold graphic comes from our free downloadable stencils.
Learn how to make a fruit bowl using wood dowels from the experts at Lowe’s.
Learn how to bend wood using a jig with this how-to video from the experts at Lowe’s.