papernstitch

Blog URL:http://papernstitchblog.com
Blog Tags:design, style, art, decor, home, handmade, craft, diy, fashion
Country:United States
State/Province:Florida
Location:Jacksonville

Papernstitch is a blog focused on design and style, that features artists, makers, crafters, and indie labels, DIY projects and tutorials, fashion and home decor. A little bit of everything. Updated with new posts 4-6 times a day.



Latest Blog Posts



I made my toddler a few baby board books, and I wanted to share how I made them because my son is absolutely obsessed! Anyone can do this FYI. My son is super into reading books and his favorites tend to be board books. Naturally, after a while, I wa...

Ever wondered how to melt crayons into cool shapes? This crayon melting 101 tutorial will be right up your alley. There’s one back to school project that I’m willing to bet almost all of us have either tried at some point or wanted to try...

Sharing my favorite sources for woven baskets today! Somehow, I’ve become obsessed with organizing our entire house using woven baskets. And honestly, I’m doing a pretty good job racking them up at this point. So, I thought I might as wel...

Black bean quesadillas that are honestly too good not to try!  Black bean quesadillas are my go-to lunch (and sometimes dinner) when I’m in a hurry, but still want something filling. I mean, can you really beat a homemade, hot meal that takes...

Plush toys and soft toys for kids are always a hit as gifts. But handmade plush toys?! Even better!  Cute little soft toys are such great gifts for kids and/or expectant moms-to-be. And the fact that these are DIY-able AND super affordable to create...

Working from home for the foreseeable future? I have four simple suggestions for keeping your desk organized to make working from home a little easier. I’ve been working from home for more than ten years now (well some of that time I worked...

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to block print fabric, bookmark this post! It’s easier than you think. Block printing was one of my favorite techniques to experiment with in my printmaking classes in college. But it took some getting u...