"Craft" Blogs & Blog Posts

Hickory Dickory BlogHickory Dickory Blog

Art, design, photography and the general lunacy of my life. Currently focus...

 
Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

The blog for Pink Flamingo Swizzle Stick - some crafty stuff, a bit of gard...

 
Funky Fused Glassy GoodiesFunky Fused Glassy Goodies

The life, times, work and waffle of a fused glass artist, crafter and creat...

 
twoforjoytwoforjoy

Lifestyle and craft blog, telling the tales of me trying to start up my cra...

 
Retro Age Vintage FabricsRetro Age Vintage Fabrics

We are one of the world's largest vintage fabric online stores - welco...

 
papernstitchpapernstitch

Papernstitch is a blog focused on design and style, that features artists, ...

 
Michelle KnowlesMichelle Knowles

Contemporary art blog.

 


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Ribbonesia specializes in gathering, twisting, and tying ribbon into vibrant animals, plants, and other sculpted forms. Some are complex like this dragon and peacock. (more…)...

Chris Isner was a regular guy until an ayahuasca trip gave him clear instructions on creating a trippy style of bas relief wood sculptures. (more…)...

YouTuber TheCraftMaiden decided to make a Harry Potter Golden Egg, and it's a triumph of winging it when trying a craft project. It even has a turnable owl to open it. (more…)...

World champion balloon artist Mark Verge twisted up this huge Tyrannosaurus rex from 700 balloons. He calls it the "the coolest thing I’ve ever made.”...

San Francisco artist Windy Chien made one new knot every day last year and many of them are exquisite string sculptures. She learned from The Ashley Book of Knots, Clifford W. Ashley's 1944 tome of 4,000 knots. “I like the repetition of knots—...

Garlands and streamers as party decor are an evolving trend of unique ideas. From triangle “bunting” to full on fringe garlands, the possibilities are endless for pretty party decor! They instantly give that “celebration” vibe...

Nathan writes, "My son and I decided gingerbread houses were boring, so we built a gingerbread Apple II computer instead, including the interior with power supply, motherboard, and an expansion card." (more…)...