In the past, the humble graduation hat was merely part of the customary and ceremonial “cap and gown” ensemble. Today, however, it has been transformed into a canvas for crafty graduates looking to show off their amazing crafting skills and go out with a bang. Ceremonies are made all the brighter and more entertaining thanks to the crafty grads' premeditated graduation cap ideas—which include clever, comical, and creative designs.
If you were a child of the 1980s or 90s, chances are you remember the televisions of the not-so-distant past.
You might have heard that keeping a journal is a great way to record your thoughts and understand your emotions.
The start of spring means that Easter is on the horizon, which for many people means one thing—it's time to start decorating eggs. But did you know that in Ukraine, Easter egg decorating is an important art form that dates back centuries? Known as pysanky, these Ukrainian Easter eggs are decorated using the wax-resist (batik) method.
Once you have a plant or two, it's tempting to want to cultivate an entire indoor jungle.
Spring is here, and what better way to brush away the winter cobwebs than with some fresh new projects?
Terrariums are a great way to bring fresh green in your home without a lot of effort. With just some basic supplies, you can build these all-inclusive habitats that allow plants to thrive. Although terrariums are easy to craft, getting all of the supplies together can be troublesome; if you’re just planning on one terrarium, you’ll likely have materials left over. That’s where terrarium kits come in handy.
Drawing is the foundation of so many creative practices, from architects to fashion designers to animators and artists.
Cozy places can be more than a comfy chair or a spot next to a fireplace.
Here's a thought exercise many of us would like to avoid: think about all the waste that you accumulate in a day, a week, or a month. Then, consider the people in your community and the world at large. The waste that we all create really adds up. It can feel overwhelming and distressing.
Embroidery is a humble craft that only takes a few inexpensive supplies to get started.
If you’ve ever gotten paint on your clothes, you likely know the feeling that accompanies it.