Click here to learn how to make this easy minimalist garland from wool felt. I think this would look very pretty if you were going for Scandinavian style holiday decor.
I love the creativity behind this simple method, and it’s very effective. What a great piece of minimalist art!
Find the instructions here.
Click here to find the pattern for this sewn canvas organiser, which I think this would be especially ideal for craft supplies.
What a cute idea! This would look great on a card or sewn onto a bag, and you can find the free pattern here.
I just wanted to post about a giveaway today that is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada, and is aimed at individuals or groups who knit/crochet for good causes. If you fit the bill and want to apply, please fill in this form.
The deadline is January 13th 2022. Good luck!
These Memphis-inspired candles look so happy & colorful… and they’re just so fun! Find the DIY here.
Click here to see how to repurpose paper maps into moths using simple quilling skills, plus little wire antennae. A very creative take on the vintage ‘specimen’ display pieces.
I really like the simplicity of this macrame wall hanging, with just simple clove hitch knots across the centre. The mix of driftwood, waves and blue colour provides a relaxed beachy vibe.
Click here for the tutorial.
l love the natural look of these Sculpey bangles with the all-over coral texture. They’re so unique and interesting, I’m sure you’d get plenty of compliments wearing these!
You can find the tutorial for them here.
Click here to find the pattern for this mortarboard hat garland. I think it is so eye-catching, and the colour are particularly effective 🙂