Posted 2 years ago

20 Summer Craft Projects

Whether you need to entertain your kids while they're on break from school or you have some free time of your own, summertime crafts are one of the best ways to spend a lazy day. Do you have any craft projects planned for this summer? It's time to get crafty!

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Posted 2 years ago

Warm Up Your Home: DIY Door Draft Stopper

When the weather takes a turn, for the windy or the cold, there are easy steps you can take to make your house more comfortable. While a trip to the hardware store for some new weather stripping isn't too difficult, making a door draft stopper is more fun.

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Posted 3 years ago

Spring Crafts Infographic

Are you looking for some fun craft projects to do while the weather decides what season it is? Do you have post Easter letdown now that you've dyed all the eggs you'll dye for a year? Whatever your motivation, we've got a few fun ideas to brighten up your home this spring.

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Posted 3 years ago

National Thank You Month

January is National Thank You Month. It's right at the end of the biggest gift-giving season of the year, and January itself doesn't have any major gift-giving holidays to worry about, so you have a whole month to get all your thank-you cards out before you need to start worrying about what to get your significant other for Valentine's Day.

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Posted 3 years ago

If It Weren't for Sewing, We'd All Be Cold

September is National Sewing Month. It's Sew Fun! Celebrate National Sewing Month with these interesting facts about the hobby that just requires some thread, fabric and imagination.

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Posted 4 years ago

The Craft is Strong with This One

Any serious Star Wars fan already owns the movies, watches them whenever possible and knows that you must "Do or do not; there is no try."

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Posted 4 years ago

Dancing with Myself

Outdoor concerts have a definite vibe and a defined style. Look around at any point in time and you're guaranteed to see fringe bags, vintage-inspired jewelry, and breezy layers. Personally, I'm kind of obsessed with this aesthetic and have tried to incorporate it into my living space year-round.

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Posted 4 years ago

National Craft Month Awareness

I know I've mentioned this before, but I'm pretty much always trying to find a new hobby. Lately, it's been this little device -- the screen-printing machine. National Craft Month happens to be coming up in March and gives me a reason to finally purchase this darling little machine.

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Posted 4 years ago

Cut Me and I Bleed ... Ink

By third grade, I had developed some definite writing utensil biases. For example, I quickly realized that I did not like the pencils made with composite wood and soft, greasy leads that lost their points half way through a spelling test.

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Posted 4 years ago

D.I.Why are Crafts so Hard?

As much as I like to pretend that I'm crafty and could whip up a reupholstered chair or a new dress in a weekend, the truth is I have a hard time even finishing kindergarten-level crafts like filling in a paint-by-numbers unicorn picture within a reasonable time frame.

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