Fall is here! Fall is here! It’s my favorite season, with a few exceptions… leaves and acorns! Our oak tree is being very prolific, and the acorns are trying to kill me. No, really. They plot and lay there on the driveway, waiting for you to step on them so they can make your feet […]
It’s almost here, our favorite spooky time of year. Halloween is next Monday, and Craftsters have been busy making all sorts of Halloween decor. Look what’s been added just these last few days! This appears to be a vintage trick or treat pail, but it’s actually a reproduction by Ludi. Made from paper maché, this […]
Have you snuggled into autumn yet? It is definitely sweater weather in my neck of the woods and I am ready to hunker down with some crafting, a nice fire and good food. Craftster member Craftinomicon shares her recipe for Roasted Acorn Squash Gnocchi that will keep your belly happy and your body warm. Pair […]
This weekend, sport a mermaid tail! You’ll love lounging around with this clever fleece blanket. Suzie Penguin included instructions on how to make it. Best of all: it’s totally no sew, so you can do it in a day! Save
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! I’m the Sasquatch Kid! No wait, Burgerfoot. No! […]
We are crafters. We plan ahead. Sure, it is only the middle of October, but we are busy thinking of crafts for the holidays. Do not roll you eyes! You need to start planning now so when the season actually does hit, you can sit back and relax while everyone else is going crazy. Even […]
I have been taking quite a few online classes this year, as well as the in real life ones that I’ve blogged about. Most recently I’ve gone through Alma Stoller’s new class 101 Mixed Media Techniques, which contains a lot … Continue reading ? The post Alma Stoller’s Class 101 Mixed Media Techniques appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
As Halloween approaches, things tend to get a little dicey around Craftster. If you don’t care for scary things, WARNING! Turn back now. This skully wreath that queenbruiser made is overly welcoming, but it does serve as a sign of things to come. Seriously, you have been warned! Here’s a face that […]
Autumn is here and the nights are getting a little longer as the days get shorter. Those chilly nights can be a bit lonely so why not invite a few friends over for a casual dinner party. Craftster member throughthelooking shares their recipe for Pumpkin Lasagna that is a great autumn take on a comfort […]
Sweden has a big international music industry for such a small country, so it is probably well known how creative swedes are out there “in the world”. But did you know we also produce a ton of awesome books, most … Continue reading ? The post Inspirational Craft Books from Sweden with Love appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This weekend, enchant Adventure Time fans with this Jake the Dog plastic bag holder. teaandcraft now has the most excellent storage for all her plastic grocery bags. Jake delights in hanging around in her laundry room. Perfect. Save Save
Pokémon has been loved for years, but with the recent release of Pokémon Go, the Pokémon excitement is now everywhere! If your kids are on the Pokémon train, they’ll love trying out some of these fun craft ideas! 25 Pokémon Crafts... Continue Reading ? The post 25 Pokémon Crafts for Kids appeared first on Make and Takes.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of The Hershey Company. The opinions and text are all mine. We’re gearing up for Halloween and making a fun and crafty “bag of tricks”. In our bag we’ll be adding... Continue Reading ? The post Make a Halloween Bag of Tricks appeared first on Make and Takes.
There’s no carving required for this cute watercolor Jack O’ Lantern craft. Instead, we’re grabbing some rolled gauze from the medicine cabinet to create a cool design on paper. We’ll use yellow and orange watercolors to paint gauze-covered paper, experimenting... Continue Reading ? The post Painted Jack O’ Lantern with Watercolors and Gauze appeared first on Make and Takes.
We’re having so much fun bookmarking all these amazing amigurumi patterns! The only problem, which one to crochet first! Check out our list of 15 adorable amigurumi stuffed toys you must make. 15 Simple Amigurumi Patterns to Crochet From mermaids and... Continue Reading ? The post 15 Amigurumi Patterns You Must Crochet appeared first on Make and Takes.
Most days, breakfast is fend-for-yourself for my older daughters, and a predictable rotation of favorites for my toddler. Every so often, my little guy and I are perky enough in the morning to do some cooking together. Our latest creation... Continue Reading ? The post Silly Kid-Friendly Stegosaurus Breakfast appeared first on Make and Takes.
Fall is here, which means it’s apple season! We’re getting excited about all the possibilities for apple crafts! Check out each of these 15 ideas to get inspired this fall season. 15 Apple Crafts for Kids 1. Pinecone Apple Craft: This craft... Continue Reading ? The post 15 Apple Crafts for Kids appeared first on Make and Takes.
Golden and crispy fried ravioli is one of my all time fall favorite appetizer! If you are throwing a party, have a family gathering or just everyday after school snack time, these crispy bites are the most delicious, easiest recipe... Continue Reading ? The post Crispy Fried Ravioli with Marinara Sauce appeared first on Make and Takes.
Hi friends! We’re partnering with the new animated movie STORKS which hits theaters this Friday. In celebration of the release, we made a Paper Plate Pigeon Toady kid craft. Not only is it kid-friendly, but it’s also a sweet way to get the whole... Continue Reading ? The post Paper Plate Pigeon Toady Kid Craft appeared first on Make and Takes.
I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but I love decorating for the seasons using lots of my kids’ artwork. Our first fall craft project this year is a paper acorn garland, made from lunch bags and colorful patterned paper. This... Continue Reading ? The post Paper Acorn Garland appeared first on Make and Takes.