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Make & Do

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Step Up Your Style

Scale new design heights with five DIY projects that give new purpose to tired old ladders.

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Apron Makeover

Give bib aprons a colorful revamp with dyes and pieces cut from graphic vintage aprons.

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Cozy Up for Book Club

When it's your turn to host your literary friends, do it up right. This ultimate gathering is filled with novel ideas.

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Make These Clever (and Cheap!) Custom Knobs

See what cast-off queen Ki Nassauer does with orphaned watch faces and other found bits.

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On The Mend

A needle and thread can save your favorite jeans—and the world!

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All About that Base

Turn sugar bowl lids into charming holders for vintage love notes and more.

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Quick Veggie Centerpiece

Create a feast for the eyes using a vintage mirror and edible greens.

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Delicate Dress-Ups

Give pieces of lace and crochet—from doilies to place mats—a new use with these delightful ideas.

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Craft Party!

Gather vintage goodies and some cool supplies and host a creative afternoon or evening with friends.

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Pretty Practical

Makeup compacts and cigarette holders are so old-fashioned, right? Think again. We've got six useful ideas that'll change your life, or at least your pocketbook.

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Pet Friendly

Check out this fun way give patterned vintage luggage a new place to go.

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Tiny House Movement

We went to town on an old soda crate, turning it into a dollhouse decked out with vintage odds and ends. It's a great little winter project to start with the kids.