In the past, the humble graduation hat was merely part of the customary and ceremonial “cap and gown” ensemble. Today, however, it has been transformed into a canvas for crafty graduates looking to go out with a bang. Ceremonies are made all the brighter and more entertaining thanks to the crafty grads' premeditated graduation cap ideas—which include clever, comical, and creative designs. This collection of quirky caps range in style, concept, and inspiration.
In the world of crafting, needle felting is one of the cutest activities around.
Sometimes babies have the coolest stuff that leaves adults feeling pangs of jealousy.
A current Japanese trend is polishing tin foil balls into perfection… Aluminum foil is one of those things that rarely gets a second thought. It’s useful for cooking and insulation, but as we’ve seen recently, that’s just a couple of things that you can do with the extremely thin metal sheet.
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Thanks to contemporary crafters, the age-old art of embroidery has recently been reinvented as a cutting-edge activity for people of all...
Are you looking to brighten up your home? Terrariums are an easy—and fun—way to bring nature indoors. They’re endlessly customizable and can be made to complement a variety of decor. For years, terrariums have been the DIY of choice for many people—particularly those who aren’t ready to be full-on plant parents, because once you’ve got them assembled, they are relatively low maintenance. What is a terrarium?
At just 17-years-old, Zayd Menk is going viral with an incredible project he submitted in his art class.
Tapping maple trees is a tradition spanning hundreds of years. Dating back to the 17th century, early settlers in the Northeast US and Canada learned about sugar maples from the Native Americans. For a brief period of time between winter and spring, holes drilled into the tree yield the sap we’ve come to love on pancake and waffles.
For centuries, artists and artisans have turned to gold leaf as a way to make their creations shimmer and shine.
Some kids just won’t sleep in their own bed—they much prefer the coziness of their parents’ bunk.