I’ve started making happy collage postcards for the DIY Postcard Swap that I host. I opened it up so that you can join last week, and a lot of people have already signed up. A lot! It is thrilling to … Continue reading ? The post DIY Happy Collage Postcard with a kitchy twist appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
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! LED light up snowflake dress by violentjayne Paw […]
Looking for an update to your spring wardrobe? Dress up that outfit with one of a kind Chandelier Earrings. Craftster member Rckfella shares her in depth tutorial for making this fun and fancy piece of jewelry. In the time it takes you to binge watch your favorite show, you can have a funky pair of […]
I’m not going to lie; every photo in this article makes me laugh. It seems like Craftsters like to make hats for their cats, and correct me if I’m wrong, but it seems like those cats aren’t too crazy about the idea. This year, pottermouth has made several holiday themed hats for her long-suffering puss, […]
Beets…not a fan at all. There is not one recipe out there that will change my mind. While the other members of my family absolutely love beets, the mere thought of them makes me run the other way in terror. What’s a girl to do? Craftster member Playinghooky has the perfect solution that will make […]
Hello everyone. I haven’t been here in a while and I wanted to share what I’ve been up to. Instead of posting on Zakka Life, I’ve been posting mini posts on Instagram. I’m sharing about slow living, our families journey towards minimalism, what I’m cooking and of course what I’m crafting! I take all my […]
I am pleased to announce the first handmade postcard swap of the year. It’s called iHanna’s DIY Postcard Swap of course. I will arrange two swaps this year as usual, one starting today for spring happy mail, and one later … Continue reading ? The post You are invited to join iHanna’s DIY Postcard Swap Spring 2017 appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This weekend, bring a little spring to your front door with a beautiful floral wreath. This one, by SunnyDawn, is made from fake flowers from the Dollar Store, so not only will it last for years, it didn’t break the bank. What a lovely way to welcome everyone to your home! Save
Let the crafty celebration of Pi Day begin! Craftster member Pseudoscorpion shares their tutorial for Crochet Cherry Pie. If cherry isn’t your thing, you can make blueberry, lingon berry or peach pie by just switching up the yarn. Create a whole meal for the little ones to play with. If you are trying to watch […]
Everyone knows that a penny doesn’t go far these days. They’re still in circulation, though, so there are plenty of them out there. Here are some penny-wise Craftsters who didn’t use their spare change to purchase craft supplies; they incorporated the actual pennies themselves as part of their art. cmarion3 used “pennies from heaven” in […]
I will admit it, I am intimidated by making bread. My mind just goes into a fog when I think about all the work that goes into make it. Craftster member MissingWillow is about to change my outlook on the whole bread making sitatuion with her recipe for Naan. This traditional Indian flatbread is great […]
I love collages and adore frogs… So why should I not combine it all into frog collages? While everyone else is still doing birds, I’m doing amphibians (!), hoping to find art lovers as in love with frogs as I … Continue reading ? The post Frog Collages – A Series of Collages Started appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This weekend, make a planter out of a large plastic container. kittykill cut the bottom of a large jar of honey, and then embellished it with rows of colorful washi tape. She made sure to use a sealer on the tape so that any moisture won’t cause the tape to peel. What a sweet little […]
I made a printable with inspirational quotes that is free to download and use in your own notebook. It consists of three (3) PDF-pages filled with different quotes that you can use in your notebook, sketchbook, bullet journal, calendar...Show More Summary
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! Knit fabric covered sketchers by dfabbric HOT POP […]
Raise your hand if you stood outside at midnight to get the new Nintendo gaming console. I see a few hands raised! Show off your geeky pride and protect that new investment with rosered’s tutorial for a Nintendo Controller Case. While this tutorial is specifically for a Nintendo DS, you can alter the dimensions to […]
Looking for a way to stay stylish and warm?! Yarn hats are the way to do it! With so many fun knit and crochet hat patterns out there, you’re sure to find a great beanie to match any wardrobe. Check... Continue Reading ? The post 15 Must-Make Knit and Crochet Hat Patterns appeared first on Make and Takes.
It’s easy to pick an eye if there’s only one; behold the cyclops! There aren’t that many of them on Craftster, but the ones we have are definitely something to see. Plus, even one-eyed creatures deserve some love, so be sure to check these guys out. Here’s something you don’t come across every day: a […]
Someone needs to remind Mother Nature that is is March! I am freezing my buns off! I need something to warm me up. Craftster member Acadian Driftwood shares her recipe for a Three C Soup that is not only delicious but also super easy to make. The recipe is enough for dinner and leftovers for […]
As soon as March hits, I’m dreaming of spring – warmer days, green grass, and flowers! This tortilla pinwheel flower is so easy to make – no special culinary superpowers required! Toddlers and preschoolers can help you prepare this for... Continue Reading ? The post Kids in the Kitchen: Tortilla Pinwheel Flower appeared first on Make and Takes.