If you haven't heard, . While there's plenty of marbleized accessories and prints out there on the market to choose from, sometimes we just want something a little more perfect for our own homes. Enter the art of DIY: if you can't buy it, make it. Martha Stewart Living is teaching us to tackle , which can be applied to paper, fabric, and even leather, and better yet, the project is simpler than you'd imagine. After dropping paint onto several spots of a tray in various colors, you'll drag a stirrer through the paint to add swirls and create one-of-a-kind designs. "You have to embrace the surprise," says crafts editor Silke Stoddard. Once you've developed a pattern, you'll lay your fabric or paper down to saturate it, and then gently remove it. We know what we're doing next weekend.
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Photographs: Ryan Liebe