Let’s face it, as crafty people we hate throwing away anything. Who knows if we can use it for another project. Crafylittlemonkey shows us how we can use up those scraps to create one of a kind beautiful pieces of art. Her Scrap Busting Artwork is not only clever, but fun to create. This project […]
Grab a pair of socks, and let’s monkey around! Sock monkeys have been around, delighting both children and adults, for a long long time. Leave it to Craftsters to take on a classic and make it so much more! Sock monkeys have so much personality. Want to make some? Click here for a great tutorial by SunflowerSmiles. She […]
WAFFLES! Whew! Got that out of the way. Wait…WAFFLES and not just any waffle, Lemon Cornmeal Waffles! Nothing makes a morning like warm waffles and a nice cup of coffee. Bliss! Instead of making the same old waffles, Onyxnox shares her recipe which is a fresh twist that offers extra crispness and a touch of […]
Goat milk is easier to digest and has more beneficial medium-chain fatty acids than cow milk. It is full of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes as well, such as vitamin A, vitamin B, calcium, and lipase. People who are lactose intolerant can often drink goat milk. Show More Summary
Handful of Projects So I recently participated in a swap. My partner and I agreed to do horror movies (which we both loved) and unfortunately… the whole swap process turned into a horror movie, with me cast as the not-s-bright heroine that goes down the dark, rickety basement stairs in 6? heels without a flashlight. […]
Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by kittykill. We hope you enjoy them! 1895 Victorian Dress (Simplicity 4156) by Supermutts LOTR/Hobbit […]
This weekend, accent your windows, but still let the light in! Meadowlark made four gorgeous eyelet curtains for around $30, including the hanging hardware. What a difference this makes in her master bath. C’mon, you can do it too!
I love new, pretty books and I’ve written quite a lot of book reviews over the years, but I have never done a video book review before… So this is a first for me, making a video about a book … Continue reading ? The post Collage Carnival – cut and paste your way to Creative Heaven – a video book review appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Do you have a fancy event coming up? Maybe a homecoming dance or a costume party? Why not dazzle the crowd with a one of a kind Steampunk Paper Top Hat. Angelpojek shares her tutorial for a fun top hat that can be made in any size or design. This is a great project for […]
Let’s get foxy! There are so many adorable fox projects on Craftster that I just had to highlight a few of my favorites: It would be easy to be foxy with a cute fox cowl, like this one, knit by Smeddley. Even her stuffed dog looks fantastic! Isn’t this the cutest couple? These two sweethearts look […]
I am looking outside my window right now watching the rain fall. How I wish I could just sit here, listen to the rain and stitch all day. Unfortunately, I have to get going. I could go down to the local coffee shop and grab and fancy coffee drink, or I could stay in my […]
I have been doing visual journaling on my own for so many years that when the opportunity to take a class with Orly Avinary came, I had to take it even though it was way over my budget. But how … Continue reading ? The post At Orly Avinary’s Workshop: The Visual Journal as Sanctuary appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This weekend, prove you are the coolest on the block with some stunning octopus vanity lights. When BrocadeLion went to re-do her bathroom, she was deadset on finding some octopus lights to flank the mirror. When she couldn’t find what she wanted, she did what any die-hard Craftster would do: she made her own. Check […]
Our sponsor Spellbinders has done it again! They’ve made the sweetest little die cutter and some new fun dies. At only 3? wide, 4 1/2? tall, and 8? wide (including the handle!), this new Prizm die cutter is perfect for people who love making cards, ATCs, and other small projects. Let’s take it for a […]
Embroidery hoops are the easiest and most inexpensive way to frame your embroidery or cross stitch. Many of us in the craft world dedicate entire walls to our wonderful hoop creations. Let’s face it, the same old wood hoop can be boring. Thanks to Pottermouth, you can add a bit of style to your hoops […]
Even though I have a Kindle (it’s great for travel), I still love reading an honest to goodness actual book. I have a nice little collection of bookmarks, displayed in a metal tin. I love a good bookmark! Here’s a lovely variety of handmade bookmarks to help hold your place. It looks like a butterfly […]
I am a soup person. I could eat it all year long. My only problem is that I get stuck in a rut with the same recipes all the time. A girl can only eat so much broccoli and cheddar soup! Thanks to craftster member, dreadlocklove, I can try a new soup and use produce […]
A month or so ago, Beth and Lindsay from Hello There Friend reached out to me and asked if I would be a guest on their blog. I was completely flattered to have been asked and you can read their...
This weekend, whip your kids (and husband?) into shape with a handy chore chart! Each person gets their own category with their own fun chore attached. ThistleHill loves vintage trims, and she was able to use them in such a great way. What? I got vacuum again?!?
Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by rackycoo. We hope you enjoy them! Oopsie! I Made Me Puma Pants! by TheMistressT […]