INSIDE OF STRAWBERRIES. Inspired by Baker’s Royale.
When mom says to clean the bathroom like the Queen of England is coming, you should do it.
All you want to do is travel from Point A to Point B; don’t let getting all your stuff together be the thing that holds you back.
Some of these lifehack-slash-DIYs are simpler than others, but all of them save good things from a trip to the landfill. And no, mason jars aren’t on this list.
A stylish centerpiece, necklace, and artichokes?! Don’t throw your old lightbulbs away. Repurpose them.
Mind blown (with great music).
It’s been three months since you resolved to start drinking more water in 2013. Follow this hack to drink more water, you shriveled up prune, you.
Admit it: your makeup storage is kind of horrific. Use these easy tricks to help your lipsticks find a proper home at last.
Do you feel a thrilling jolt anytime you pierce paper with a stapler? Does nothing feel better than an ultra-smooth Pilot pen rolling languorously across your Moleskine? Here’s some art you might really appreciate.
These are surefire ways to get you SO many Facebook likes.
Use these ideas for Mother’s Day, or really for any day when you feel like celebrating the best person on the planet. BRB, calling my mom right now.
You don’t need an outdoor space to grow plants. Promise.
No one should feel pinges of guilt at your wedding when they decide to throw out your useless wedding favor. So make it something indispensable, as opposed to just putting more crap out there into the world.
Artist “Red” Hong Yi is making a new food-painting every day in March. (Although it’ll be really hard to top the dragon made entirely of dragon fruit.)
At Brooklyn Craft Camp, there are more pop-poms, paper flowers, and Project Runway winners (read: one) than you’ve ever seen in your life.
Harvard makes a very pleasant hat.
This gelatinous treat shouldn’t be relegated to school cafeterias and Grandma’s dubious Jell-O salad. Discover new ways to enjoy this childhood staple.
It’s International Jell-O Week, people. These unexpected tidbits will change how you feel about one of America’s oldest desserts.
These are so fun for a holiday party or New Year’s Eve. Equally fun as dinner in front of the TV on the night you finally refuse to go to any holiday parties.
This changes everything. The good people at My Jello Americans have not only created a new way to eat Jello — they call it “Jellogami” — but they’ve recorded an instructional video so that we can make it ourselves. Not that my clumsy hands could ever create something so perfect…
Memorial Day is a time to remember our veterans…by getting totally smashed. Sure we could just drink beer and cook-out, but real alcoholics know that vice is more acceptable when it’s fancy. View List ›
I think Orange Jello in an orange is totally logical. More vitamins! View Image ›
There’s something really satisfying in watching jello jiggle in slow motion. It’s even better when you are listening to Marvin Gaye. Bring on the slow jams! View List ›
With the hippin’ and the hoppin’ and the flailin’ and the failin’. Bill Cosby’s sweater also predicted the Challenger explosion. It was the Nostradamus of ’80s leisure wear. And if you don’t get the reference, here ya go. View Image ›
Jell-O should NEVER be made with chunks of meat. View List ›