Using scraps of lace and some fabric glue, you can learn how to make potpourri sachets without ever sewing a single stitch! In this video, you'll discover no sew methods for making reusable sachets that look as gorgeous as they smell.
Looking for DIY storage solutions? Repurpose an oatmeal container to use as cute toilet paper storage that will blend in nicely with your bathroom decor. This video walks you through it!
Use Paper Trunk papers to create these colorful looped flowers. Watch the video and learn how to make these fun paper flowers.
Make a loom from cardboard using this simple, thrifty video tutorial from Carolyn Wainscott, and you can make yarn fringe in any size. This tutorial shows you how to save money by making your loom from cardboard you already have at home.
Janice Mae of Aubrey's Beads demonstrates how to make an elastic bracelet with rolled paper beads in this craft video. This jewelry technique is a great way to use homemade or store-bought paper beads to create a comfortable bracelet.
Janice Mae of Aubrey's Beads demonstrates another way to create rolled paper beads with the help of a metal bamboo roller. Use strips of scraps papers in various colors to create beautiful paper beads.
Janice Mae of Aubrey's Beads demonstrates how to make round paper beads with a metal bamboo roller. You can use recycled papers to make the beads, such as catalogs, calendars or junk mail.
Tim Holtz demonstrates how to do the splatter technique with Ranger's Adirondack Brights Alcohol Inks. This technique is bold and colorful for card or other paper craft projects.
Once you've made your cardboard loom, you can use it to make pom poms from scrap yarn! This is a great way to use up leftover yarn, and pom poms make great embellishments for any project.
Drying out gourds and learning how to clean gourds are two essential things to learn before you begin crafting with gourds. Watch this informative video tutorial on how to prepare your gourds for crafts, and you'll be well on your way to making gorgeous things from recycled gourds!