Category Archives: Crafts

Making Your Own Cheese Basket for The Holidays

Perhaps the best type of gift baskets is a cheese basket. Not only do the cheeses taste good, putting one together is also very simple. Whether you are giving the gift basket to a cheese lover or not, the experience of tasting new flavors in the mouth is simply incomparable! Read more

How to Make a Journal Jar

You need a quart canning jar with lid and ring, a small piece of cloth, some raffia and the following material. The idea is to cut the question in strips and place them in the jar. Put the material under the ring on top of the jar, and tie raffia around the neck of the...
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How to Sell Your Crafts

Having a craft hobby is relaxing and fun. However, once you have been either knitting or crocheting for many years, you will find you have excess finished projects that you do not need. (more…)...
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Easy Gifts to Make For Women

Finding the perfect gift for that special friend, mother or sister is not always easy. In these busy times where we are fighting to take care of our own needs, spending money on a gift isn't always an option. You don't want to be cheap but sometimes you have to find a gift that is...
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Creative Soap Crafts

Soap is a craft that is fun and easy to make. It's a great project to do with your kids. Simply follow the instructions below and you'll be on your way to one of your first bars of soap..... where you choose all the soap colors and shapes. Read more

How to Make Dried Gourds

Dried gourds are very desirable in the crafting community. Dried gourds have been used to make bird houses, bird feeders, utensils, musical instruments, and various other forms of art mediums. Dried gourds can be purchased or you can dry fresh gourds yourself. Whether you wish to grow your own gourds and dry them or purchase...
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7 Tips to Read Vintage Knitting Patterns

In the past 50 years, knitting patterns have tended to conform to generally-accepted standards. Before these standards came into being, people wrote knitting patterns using the terminology and conventions of their time. When you first try to read a really old knitting pattern (like one published in the 1800's), you may be surprised at the...
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