So with all of the excitement of the approaching holidays, do you still have time for one more craft? A quick one maybe? How about something practical, repurposed and cute as all get out? Have I got the project for you.
Shirt sleeve bags. Continue reading
A peek into one of our season traditions of counting down the days of December. Days may fly by for me but not so speedy for my little ones.
* Excuse the wonky looking photography included in this little project tut, it will have to do as there is no time to dwell on the imperfection this month.
While you shop this holiday season keep this in mind …
We’ll be back with a project post tomorrow to celebrate the new month. While you wait click through to this thought provoking article from a very talented artist.
I like to think of the coming season as a really fantastical reason to hunker down and make, make, make.
How about you?
We’ve started our hunkering a little bit early so we can share our efforts with you. Join the BLUE HOUSE gang at our annual Holiday Workshop. An afternoon dedicated to unique projects perfect for keeping & giving.
Reserve your seat quick! This is a good thing for sure.
Recently while at Rust Belt Market I came across a cute setup of some great terrariums. Of course if your head isn’t under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that terrariums seem to be all the rage lately. Above is a preview of the one I’ll make today. Continue reading
I love paper craft. I find it a relaxing and satisfying way to spend creative time when I don’t feel like being in my basement studio. Now that fall is officially underway, I wanted to celebrate this beautiful (yet bittersweet) season with a paper craft project. Here’s a preview of the finished product…
Well, Fall sure seems to have hit me like a ton of bricks. Life has been so busy on all fronts that crafting (and posting about it) has taken a bit of a backseat. I have had a chance to get a little creative though, under the guise of re-furbishing my home office. It’s actually my office office, but we’ll get to that later (next month?) when I show you the whole project. For now though I just want to give you a taste. A small project when compared to the whole, but fun and DIY enough to satisfy for a while.
A bit ago, Siobhan posted about the satisfaction she’d gotten in out-Ikea-ing Ikea. But I’ve got to give it to them this time. Check out this great chair I found in the scratch and dent section… Continue reading