"Crafting" Blogs & Blog Posts

Everyday Insanity and DelightEveryday Insanity and Delight

Blog of Australian photographer, designer, artist, scrapbooker and Mum, Nic...

 
Craftingmad: my life in card making, scrapbooking and ATCCraftingmad: my life in card making, scrapbooking and ATC

Unassuming blog by paper crafter, Fabrizio who lives in London and distract...

 
Fabric Paper ThreadFabric Paper Thread

Creativity in living. Looking at my world from different perspectives. Sewi...

 


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I tested four sewing machines after consulting three experts and leaning on my own background as a theatrical costume maker for six years.

Hah! I made a pun 😉 Just dab paint on the cone and sprinkle with glitter and Ta Da, a nice little display or attach ribbons and hang up. I did find a nice spot for one cone in the cactus pot with my painted sticks.Pretty simple huh! Here are so...

For years, whenever I'd see a seriously creepy and cool old house, I'd post it to Facebook and say something like: "Gothic retirement home and artist colony! Who's with me?" The idea of living in a haunted fixer-upper has always appealed to me, but i...

We've had an exceptionally nice summer this year in Southern California.  The temperatures are mild, the evenings are cool, and there are a few foggy days tossed in the mix.  Around this time of year (late July) there is always a pregnant p...

Known for her cute crocheted "amigurimi" dolls, Artist Allison Hoffman (aka Crafty is Cool) has a new venture: yarn. Her new AmiguruME Skin Tones line comes in eight colors to better represent the different shades of human skin. The yarn ranges from...

For your next crafternoon: Make yourself a face shield with an empty Krispy Kreme box. YouTuber Andy Clockwise shows you how with this tutorial. First step, eat 12 donuts. screengrab via Andy Clockwise/YouTube (swissmiss) Read the rest...

• You'll never guess how much the computer originally cost. “Scratch build, no 3D printing allowed here!” Amazing work by IMGURian 6502b, a painstakingly accurate scale model of an IBM 1401 computer, in teeny-tiny size. This is an IBM 1401 sc...