A good craft blog can provide endless inspiration and guidance. Whether you love embroidery, quilting, making paper flowers, or simply sprucing up your home with some good DIY projects, there is something for everyone. Many good crafting blogs also incorporate lifestyle tips, while others provide comprehensive tutorials focused on one particular craft. Of course, Pinterest is a great source of inspiration, but the best craft blogs are a fundamental resource to help you elevate your work.
Knotting—or macramé—is one of many crafts being revived by those who love working with their hands.
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What do you get when you combine instant photos with a high-performance camera? This is what photographer Isaac Blankensmith was trying to answer when he spent two days Frankensteining together something he calls the Hasselblad-Instax. Along with fellow photographer Eddie Cohen, Blankensmith merged a Hasselblad 500C/M and a FujiFilm Instax 9 to create a magical hybrid.
Decorative gourd season is upon us, and that means pumpkin carving is right around the corner.
Cake decorating is an art form that combines tasty desserts with a visually pleasing aesthetic.
When you think of love, one of the first things you think of are probably roses. As one of the world’s most popular blooms, they’ve proven themselves to be an enduring symbol of romance throughout time. Just as writers speak of their beauty, artists like to draw their delicate petals. This particular bloom is a challenge even for the most seasoned drawer.
Most of us have had a quilt at one time or another, whether as a child or an adult.
There are many ways to admire beautiful flowers that go beyond simply setting them in a vase.
A post shared by Annemieke (@___annemieke___) on Aug 21, 2018 at 2:38am PDT Sometimes referred to as canvas work, needlepoint is a type of embroidery that dates back to the ancient Egyptians. Traditionally done by stitching wool yarn through a stiff even weave canvas, the craft these days uses different types of thread—from silk and cotton yarns to ribbons and metallic cords—to create different textures.
If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that winter is coming and you’re going to need a scarf.
Last year, we were floored by Sarah Tyau’s stunning clothing transformations.