"Crafts" Blogs & Blog Posts

CraftySistahCraftySistah

Celebrating Artists, Artisans & Crafters who include diversity and cult...

 
Miss MalapropMiss Malaprop

MissMalaprop.com is where modern handmade meets sustainable design. I spotl...

 
Jewellery from Craft CoveJewellery from Craft Cove

Everything about the jewelry I’m making and have made, problems, highligh...

 
Nuts about NeedlepointNuts about Needlepoint

Needlepoint's leading blog with news, information, free projects, and ...

 
Aspiring to CreativityAspiring to Creativity

Hub for creative inspiration as well as showcasing the work of 3 papercraft...

 
ArtYarnArtYarn

A comtemporary visual arts blog by Artyarn - a fibre arts organisation from...

 
Kitty and Polly's blogKitty and Polly's blog

Cute little blog where we share news & updates about our shop and talk ...

 


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Juz Alvarado captured this footage of a street artist painting a "Zen" keychain using paint-filled syringes. (more…)...

Ágnes Herczeg developed her artistic style through the practice of traditional lacemaking. The results combine found items like coconut shells and wood with delicate lace forms. (more…)...

A little over a year ago I saved directions about how to make a twirling bottle bird feeder from one of my favourite blogs, Wanderin' Weeta (With Waterfowl and Weeds).The twirling design was to make it squirrel proof. My problem isn't squirrels, but...

Martina at Natural Nerd takes Game of Thrones fans through instructions on making a badass-looking Iron Throne phone charger. (more…)...

Nagato Iwasaki scours beaches for driftwood he can repurpose into lovely sculptures. (more…)...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GBVyVdd_kM Watch as an off-the-shelf Barbie gets a superhero makeover in this delightful tutorial. Includes a list of materials used and a very relaxing voiceover. (more…)...

Jocelyn Teo, owner of AiClay, is a master of making tiny food look realistic and delicious. But don't be fooled, they're not edible.  She also runs workshops in Singapore, teaching people her secret techniques. If you want to create your own at...