Origami Table Runner and Tablescape
Paige Hemmis teams up with DIY star, Amber Kemp-Gerstel to show you how to make an origami table runner and tablescape.
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DIY Sweater Pillows
Ken Wingard is back and showing you how to take an old sweater and turn it into a very comfortable pillow. The interfacing will keep the wool in place when ironing to make the pillow look crisp and structured. When you are done stuffing the pillow, just seal it up with a thread and needle.
DYI Freezer Meals
Rachel Hollis makes your life a lot easier by showing you how to prepare meals you can feeze and have in days to come.
DIY Adirondack Chairs
Matt Rogers and Matt Iseman team up to show you how to make your own adirondack chairs for your backyard. When putting the wood together, attach support to the arm rest, first. Matt Rogers says he has seen these chairs go for as much as $300 at a retail shop, but when you follow these instructions, it will cost you only $50.
Angel Wing Backpack
Orly Shani is keeping you in fashion by showing you how to add "angel wings" to your backpack.
DIY Copper Luxe Pieces
Maria Provenzano is talking about the new trend of copper and how to make your own luxe items like vases and an iPad holder without breaking the bank. Instead of using real copper, Maria uses straws and crafting wire to save money. She coats the straws with copper spray paint and Mark and Debbie can’t tell it is not real!
Resurfaced Butcher Block
Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of HGTV’s “American’s Most Desperate Kitchens” are visiting Home & Family to show you how easy it is so resurface your own butcher’s block. The cousins talk about how most of their renovations take place in three days and open up about some of their most challenging makeovers throughout the last two seasons of their show.
DIY Nail Polish
The Painted Nail’s Katie Cazorla shows you how to create your own nail polish pigment using old makeup. She says you always start with your base coat before adding the pigment. When creating the color, she encourages you to have fun and get as creative as you want. Debbie mentions that this would be a great DIY to do at your next teenager sleepover.
Dylan Neal is in the craft room showing you how to make your own comic book art using a canvas, projector and various art supplies. But before getting started he tells viewers about his upcoming Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Death Al Dente: A Gourmet Detective Mystery” which premieres October 9th at 9/8c. He even brings a sneak peek for Home & Family to enjoy
Paint Stick Lampshades
Ken Wingard has a fun and creative DIY he is doing today, DIY paint stick lampshades. He points out that all you need is a lampshade, paint sticks, glue gun, wood stain and sand paper. To save money, he reminds Home & Family that you can get the paint sticks free at your local hardware store. This entire DIY will cost you eight dollars.