Whether you’re the next Martha or a total beginner.
Because home is where the fart is. <3
The world isn’t safe from you and your DIY skills.
Success in life is measured only in terms of the number of embellishments that you own. #scrapbookthuglife.
The best way I’ve found to fight my anxiety is with a pair of knitting needles.
The craftmaster has crafted her crafterpiece.
“The creation of things by hand leads to a better understanding of democracy, because it reminds us that we have power.”
The first step to recovery is
accepting you have a problem decoupaging a hand mirror.
They’re super easy and they’ll never wilt.
If you craft so much that you practically sweat glitter, then you might just faint over this assortment of cool products and inspiration from the 2013 Create-n-Connect Conference and Trade Show.
Preserve your memories forever with Paris Hilton’s collection of scrapbooking supplies. Or, like, don’t.
If a craft store and a yard sale had a love child, it would look like the inside of your house.
Pinterest has had its fill of you, little glass containers of infinite possibility. Time for a new craft king.
If you were born with crafting in your blood, you’ll totally relate to this roundup of witty word play.
Puffy paint sweatshirts were a rite of passage for crafty girls in the late 80’s & early 90’s. This promotional video from Tulip will make you long for an accordion paint bottle and matching sweatsuit ensemble.
Let’s face it…most of us don’t have an extra room or organizational skills to create one of these dream spaces. It doesn’t mean we can’t still drool in envy.
Now that we have this awesome new site to hang out on, you’ll never have to go without DIY ever again.
How is it that all of your concert t-shirts are, like, XXXXXXL? Here’s how to make ‘em look great.
Now’s your chance to catch up on all those projects you’ve been meaning to finish.
Even DIY can have its limits, and those limits are somewhere south of condoms and granola bar wrappers.
If your tree’s looking a little… naked, try these ideas before you go out and spend money on decorations.
Give basic black shoes a face-lift with easy studding you can do yourself.
Scarves always seem like one of those things that cost more than they’re actually worth. So before buying new ones, try making one out of old tees you already own.
It’s that time of year when, if you’re throwing a party, you better be lighting some candles. Check out these two easy DIY ideas to spruce up your Yankee Candle finds.
It doesn’t matter how old, dirty or hole-y your Chuck Taylors are. You can fix them right up like new designer shoes in no time.
Fendi is now selling DIY versions of its famous “baguette” purse. This might be the most expensive/fah-bulous purse crafting kit on the market.
If you can craft, why not nerd craft? And let me tell you, nerds make some pretty amazing things.