I found this really cute tutorial set on indulgy, does any one know the actual blog it came from? I would love to give them proper credit for this.
WOW! REAL MONEY SAVER HERE! Personally I use clay in my crafts all the time. so when i stumbled upon the ETSY new york staff’s article on making hommade clay i couldn’t help but share it with you guys!
Some heat bond, ribbon ,and fabric panels turned Sarah Macklem’s boring drapes into an easy bold DIY dream! I love the what these drapes look they bring a really classy pop of contrast that really stands out in the room!
Cat On A Limb Brings us a really excellent tutorial for turning a cardboard six pack case into a crafting caddy! Don’t these cost $10-20 bucks at the stores? I’m pretty sure they do.
You know what I’d really like to do now? I’d like to feature a fellow tumblogger who has a pretty cool blog Littletuthfairy runs an awesome blog thats all about crafts and featuring cool crafters.
Now, I’m gonna say something I think is important. Featuring bloggers and having passion for making and sharing crafts is what really makes this community as cool as it is. It’s really important for us to feature each other because without that no one would know about “that really cool craft I found” or have those moments where we say “This Crafter is a genius”. So blogs like Litthetuthfairy’s are really important and really cool!
Keep up the passion crafting comm! ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
I’ve always wondered about these Martha Stewart punches! They only ever said standard sized cards in the envelope they come in and I usually fought with them to get them to work. This nifty little explanation by paper castle made it soooo simple!
Oh how cute!! I really love how she was able to do this with such inexpensive materials!
These candles are stunning! Between the fascinatingly easy process and the cunning results I think my addiction to stamping is going to be made worse.
I can’t even believe how easy and cute these great little coasters come out! Plus they’re cheap to make!
Broke and healthy’s “50 fun things to do with paint chip samples” is an amazing article that reminds all of us crafters that the simplest free items can bring more color, versatility, and beauty than the most expensive embellishments.