By Guest Blogger Victoria from the blog Dazzle While Frazzled.
Check out Victoria’s colorful home decor projects, unique design flair and inspired craft ideas over on her blog!
What better way to bring on the spring sun, warmer weather and the desire to plant some pretty flowers than with a miniature flower pot door wreath?
By Guest Blogger Satya from the blog Craftopedia
Satya shares tons of tips for painting in all different mediums and on many different things. Check out the YouTube tutorials for even more explanations!
From India to Netherlands, from Egypt to Japan, Pottery and pot paintings had a deed relation with home decoration. Having richly crafted pottery will enhance the classic look of any house. The ancient ‘Pietra dura’ floral designs will give a traditional appearance while abstract patterns provide a modern look to your pots. Thus, for people looking for a hobby that is economical and will improve the look of your interiors is – Pot Painting.
By Guest Blogger Dea from the blog Lo Hice Yo
Dea shares gorgeous craft tutorials and free patterns on Lo Hice Yo. With cute felt projects, sewing patterns, and plenty of other DIY ideas, you’ll be sure to find inspiration on her blog.
I love whales, though I have never seen one in my life. I love reading, too. Thus, why not combine both whales and reading together and create a whale bookmark? I am using felt fabric for my whale because felt is easy to work with. Now don’t worry about the templates because here you will make your own felt templates.
By Guest Blogger K.C. Field
Needle felting is a fun and easy craft project that requires little cleanup and minimal equipment. It can be used to create large and elaborate projects, or small home decorations. This tiny jack-o-lantern is a great beginner’s project.
By Guest Blogger Judy from Judy’s Handmade Creations
Judy is one crafty lady! Check out her blog for tons of craft inspiration from card making to sewing to crochet and more! She also sells her own projects in her handmade items shop.
Today I’m sharing a Ruffle Crochet Scarf I worked on last weekend. To make this scarf I crochet with Boutique Sashay Yarn from Red Heart. Click on link below to see how easy this scarf is crochet.
By Guest Blogger Kelly from the blog So Much to Make.
Kelly shares something for everyone on So Much to Make. Check out her blog for sewing tutorials, recipes, easy arts and craft tutorials, printables and more.
Nothing is more comfy in hot weather than something that feels like you aren’t wearing it at all. Nudity without the embarrassment of exposure—that’s what this tunic-style shirt feels like.
And it was SO easy to make. You make ONE cut. You sew TWO seams. Finish edges, sew in the elastic shirred waist (this isn’t hard, but does take about as long as the rest of the shirt-making combined), and you have a new, fun, flattering top!
Start with the right fabric. I bought this as a remnant, so I don’t know exactly what it is. I’m guessing it’s a rayon challis. You’ll want a fabric that is lightweight, drapes well and isn’t too crisp or thick.
By Guest Blogger Tina from the blog Crafted Living
As the Writer, Photographer, and Creator of Crafted Living, Tina gives step by step tutorials for creative cardmaking, recipes, and inspiration for living crafty.
This little mini wreath is a perfect desk accessory to brighten up your office through those dark winter months. Its small size is great for bookshelves, bulletin boards, or anywhere else you need a little color. Don’t have the sweet treats cartridge or a cricut machine? Find some floral paper punches you love and create your own version!
You need the following tools and supplies to create this wreath:
Cut the flowers using the Sweet Treats cartridge at the following sizes: Flower 1 and 5 at 2″ and Flowers 2,3 and 4 at 1.5″. For Flower 1, punch two circles per flower at .75″ and 1″ with circle punches. For Flower 2, cut the centers from the cartridge at 1.5″. For Flower 3, punch a circle at .75″. For Flower 4, cut the center from the cartridge at 1.5″. For Flower 5, cut the center from the cartridge at 2″ and punch a circle at 1″. Run the flower centers through the Cuttlebug machine to emboss. Put all of the flowers together and adhere to the wire wreath form with hot glue.
This wreath was my first attempt at using the Cricut paper flowers. I am thrilled with the results and now am a little obsessed with the process. So many variations and color ways. The possibilities are endless! By the way, my mother has displayed it amongst her pressed glass bowls on her sideboard. Perfect!