Stars are a beloved symbol of the season. Make your own star decorations from this constellation of creative projects and brighten up your home inside and out.
Don't know what to do with those extra cardboard boxes around the house? Upcycle them into a spiraling star.
Get ready for holiday guests with our Christmas decor ideas for every room. Light up the night with outdoor decoration tips to make your home shine.
Make a quick-and-easy chalkboard that you can use outside. Just brush a few coats of chalkboard paint on a plywood board. You'll be writing in no time!
Re-create a charming primitive art form when you compose burned matchsticks into a Christmas star. So fun and inexpensive to make, you could assemble a galaxy.
Join four shelf brackets into a sleek holiday star reminiscent of a vintage car logo. It's easy -- and costs less than $7 per star (plus paint).
Give the traditional Moravian star shape a modern makeover with vinyl flashing. Make up to 30 of them for less than $30.
Save water and energy with the hardest-working appliance in your kitchen - the dishwasher. Our buying guide helps eliminate the guesswork for easy shopping.
Your holiday cheer shines when you make this quick-and-easy silvery star from metal flashing, rustically secured with nails.
These built-in shelves have the elegance of fine furniture with open storage and a rod for hanging pots and pans.
Customize new or existing kitchen cabinets by giving them the elegant look of raised-panel sides.
If you’re not looking to spend major money or time on a kitchen renovation, use these small projects to spruce up the space.
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.
Choose ideas from this dramatic redo to refresh your bath in affordable stages.