As Halloween creeps closer and closer, you may be looking for creative ways to celebrate the spooky season. In addition to giving out festive gifts and decking yourself out in autumnal accessories, October is a great time to treat yourself to a new hands-on project. In this spirited selection of Halloween crafts and DIY kits, you’ll find everything you need to conjure up an enchanting holiday.
A good craft blog can provide endless inspiration and guidance.
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?
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. In fact, the best cake decorators are experts at using buttercream, fondant, gum paste, and much more to conjure up inspiring cakes that look as good as they taste. Whether creating unique wedding cakes or taking inspiration from art and architecture, many decorators are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with cake.
When you think of love, one of the first things you think of are probably roses.
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. One way is to celebrate them through works of art. Flowers have a long place in art history, and various blossoms, as well as other botanical elements, have been a popular subject since Ancient Egypt. Since then, they’ve been found in many of the most significant art movements.
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If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that winter is coming and you’re going to need a scarf.