Best of 2016: Crafts and DIY Edition

Check out P&G everyday’s best DIY projects and crafts from 2016.

You shopped. You baked. You travelled. You did the holiday hustle, hard. Now it’s time to take time for you. So pour yourself a cup of tea and get lost in one of our top projects from 2016.


Glam It Up 

Just because New Year’s Eve is over, doesn’t mean you have to put away the glitter! Add some sparkle to your life with our DIY candles, glassware and shoes.  


Find Success with Succulents

What’s not to love about succulents? They’re beautiful, low-maintenance and lend themselves to all kinds of arrangements and crafts. Here are just a few things you can do with these show-stopping plants.


Bring the Magic 

We can’t guarantee you’ll find pixie dust with our fairy door and fairy house ideas, but they may increase the odds. Making them is only half the fun – the other half is collecting wee objects and dreaming up how you can use them (like craft sticks for the door, for example). 


Birdbath & Beyond 

Form a deeper bond with nature with our garden ideas, including a DIY birdbath. Simply collect eclectic objects and piece them together to create your own one-of-a-kind decoration. 


Go Wild 

Add a whimsical touch to your winter accessories with our free animal earmuff templates and step-by-step instructions. Not only are they super cute, they come with opportunities to crack jokes about having “fox-like hearing” built right in!


Love is Homemade

From birthdays and baby showers to Mother’s Day and more, there are still lots of gift-giving occasions in the new year. Show your nearest and dearest how much you care with our DIY ideas, like marbled bowls, cookie batter, stamped tea towels and more.


Wake Up and Smell the … Crafts?

We love a good upcyling project, and our coffee can creations are no exception. Use the household object to make a rustic birch bark vase or an amusing birdfeeder. 


Sweep up Your Supplies, Not Your Creativity

Any crafter or DIY-er will tell you that things can get a little messy in the creative process. But don’t let that stop you from getting experimental! After all, Swiffer and Bounty are there for the inevitable spills and mishaps.  


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