The spooky season has arrived! This Halloween may look slightly different for everyone due to social distancing and quarantine safety; but if you're spending Halloween at home, why not make your house into a spooky spectacle? There are plenty of easy and affordable DIY Halloween decorations that you can make in time for the big day.
Clay is a material with many possibilities.
With their endless enthusiasm and infinite imaginations, kids are known for their creativity.
If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that winter is coming and you’re going to need a scarf. And not only that, but a cap, a sweater, and cozy socks, too. While buying these items is always an option, it’s a lot more fun to make your own.
Hands-on projects are a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit.
Even if you’ve never heard of a zine, chances are you’ve probably had one in your hands at some point...
Cozy knits and steaming cups of tea are the perfect fall accessories. Whether you are an experienced crafter or just beginning, knitting your own cold-weather clothes is both possible and fun. Knowing where to start is crucial; but once you have a few basic stitches mastered, you can produce your own scarves, blankets, holiday decorations, and more. A festive fall of crafting awaits you!
For readers, books are treasures.
We’re so used to texting and typing, but when was the last time you wrote something down?
Getting into embroidery can seem a bit intimidating at first. With so many styles, stitches, and techniques to learn, it can sometimes be discouraging for a novice. But—compared to some other types—punch needle embroidery is a lot more beginner friendly. By using a special hollow needle, you simply push yarn or thread through the fabric, following the outline of your chosen pattern. All you have to do is think up a cool design!
During the Clone Wars of the Star Wars franchise, the AT-AT combat vehicle (All Terrain Armored Transport)
Love plants but know nothing about gardening? Well, join the club.