When we’re healthy, we don’t have to think about what is failing in our bodies. After all, part of being healthy is not having to constantly consider what is ailing us; everything is working as it should. But when someone is diagnosed with a terminal disease, they have no choice but to consider the part of their body that is in trouble—it can affect every aspect of their life.
The beauty of blooms is fleeting, but throughout history, we've found a gorgeous way to preserve them.
If you have a dog, you know that they are the best companions.
In the battle between a cat and a couch, the kitty will often win. No matter how many times we tell our cat to stop scratching the furniture, their sharp claws still dig in and rip it to shreds. Once the sofa is torn up, you might feel like you have no options to repair it—aside from reupholstering the entire couch.
If you’re looking to brighten up your home, fresh flowers are a simple way to do it.
Learning to embroider is at the top of many people’s craft lists.
Rather than creating a work of art from one sheet of paper, artist Margaret Scrinkl uses several. By layering multiple cutouts, she creates miniature worlds that are full of abundance. From cabins nestled in the woods to foxes huddled around a campfire, these playful compositions are full of whimsy. Scrinkl also documents every part of her creative process.
Widely regarded as the most famous statue in the world, almost everyone can recognize Michelangelo's David.
Illustrator Sara Barnes has found a unique medium to bring her illustrations to life—thread.
Vintage textiles are reimagined in paper form through stunning creations by Ibbini Studio. Based in Abu Dhabi, artist Julia Ibbini and computer scientist Stéphane Noyer have merged their expertise into a unique practice that combines contemporary digital design with traditional craftsmanship. Their series of sculptural works feature ornamental motifs from an array of sources, stretching from antique Persian carpets to Japanese cloisonné vases.
Nothing says springtime quite like flowers, so why not stitch up a few of your own in this special virtual...
We normally think of paper as a delicate material, but Maude White demonstrates its durability through her series of paper...