To create the paint chip flowers, cut the end of the chip at a 45-degree angle with scissors, then twist around until a conical form takes shape. Add a generous bead of hot glue to the back where the two edges of the paint chips meet. Make several flowers in assorted colors and attach them to a foam wreath using hot glue, tightly placing them side by side until the wreath is completely covered.
Homemade apple chips are a healthy snack, but they can take more than an hour to bake in a regular oven. Air-frying greatly reduces the cook time and yields a crunchy, satisfying treat. Choose your favorite apple variety and slice it into quarter-inch rounds. Bake at 350°F for 10 minutes. Sprinkle a pinch of cinnamon over the chips before serving.
These easy ombre colors found at any hardware or home improvement store provide a splash of style to announce your next gathering. You'll need the following materials for this project: paint chips, printed or handwritten party invitations and change of address information, craft knife, scissors, metal ruler or straight edge, pencil and a glue stick.
Put leftover paint chips to good use as cute and colorful gift tags. Use a Christmas-shaped die or punch to cut the chip into a shape you like then add the recipient's name with a stamp or permanent marker.
As seen on DIY's Network's Elbow Room, licensed contractor Chip Wade builds a pavilion to house an outdoor golf simulator at the home James and La Neish Holland in Atlanta, Ga. The inspiration for the design came from the family's passion for golf and LaNeish's desire for a shaded area.
Before he met wife and co-host Joanna, Chip Gaines of HGTV's Fixer Upper partnered with his parents to buy his first flip property while still in college. "After that I was hooked," Chip says. "I started buying and selling homes and commercial properties."