When it comes to crafting, there are always a thousand supplies that you need and a thousand things that you can make but sometimes getting from the craft store to the completed project can be a difficult task in itself. That is where this site is going to help you.
If you are like me, you may not be the craftiest of people. Oh sure, you can wield a glue gun like you wield a butter knife but coming up with the ideas may leave you completely at a loss. There are tons of things to do, but how exactly do you do them.
When I first navigated the crafty waves of the creative ocean, I was often lost. I would pick up one craft and completely lose my way before I dropped it to the wayside and picked up another. It was a horrible time because I wanted to be the Martha Stewart of my home, making beautiful centerpieces that wowed my guests and made me the envy of the neighborhood but I just couldn’t get to that point.
What I did learn, through trial and error is that, a) I don’t want to be Martha, although I love her amazing detailing in all her crafts, I just don’t have the need for all the meticulous details, and b) If I lowered my standards, even by just an inch, my creations can still be beautiful, maybe not completely a-symmetrical but still beautiful.
So what does my epiphany mean to you? Well first, you don’t have to be Martha Stewart either. Don’t you feel much better all ready? Second, you came to the right spot for all your craft ideas.
Here you can find crafts that can be done by anyone. Whether you are an experienced crafter that puts Martha Stewart to shame or a complete novice, you will be able to reproduce some amazing crafts that will awe anyone that comes to your home.
We truly believe that everyone can be crafty, all it takes is an excellent how to, a few helpful tips and all the support and resources that we offer here. Oh, and a good glue gun to pull all those projects together.
Now that you are here, why don’t you browse through our crafts, add a few ideas when you have a new one and remember that the key to making an excellent craft is not in the perfection but in the little flaws that personalize the finished product.