When you think of animals from Canada, along with the moose, Canada goose and polar bear, the beaver comes quickly to mind. In celebration of Canada Day we have designed a baby beaver crochet applique. Pop by the blog for the free pattern.
Sometimes we have perfectly useful accessories that just need to be refreshed. In this post we restyle a set of outdated plastic bangles with colorful t-shirt yarn.
The best strawberry rhubarb crisp recipe you’ll find. This rhubard recipe is a simpler and quicker alternative to the classic strawberry rhubarb pie!
We were fortunate to be able to spend this past weekend at the cottage. As we roamed around the property, we were reminded of where our creative and crafty side comes from: our parents!
Create a beautiful keepsake farmhouse inspired throw pillow using your child’s old baby clothes. This floral upcycled clothing idea also makes a thought DIY gift idea for mom or grandma.
Looking for some wallet-friendly yet stunning decor ideas for a spring party? In this blog post we describe simple DIY touches for a special spring event.
Get that clutter under control with this free rectangular crochet basket pattern. A great way to upcycled old t-shirts and get organized at the same time!
Make these adorable angelic fridge magnets with baking soda and cornstarch clay and your favourite cookie cutter. But be careful: the magnets will outshine any artwork that they are meant to hold in place!
Repurposing old t-shirts for craft projects is a great way to keep them out of the landfill. There are so many possible uses for t-shirt yarn and in this post we show you how you can make your own yarn, using the entire shirt.
What girl doesn’t love to accessorize? This personalized jewelry organizer is a great way to display your accessories. It is a fun and creative project that can be made by using materials from around the house.
From reducing costs to being kind to the environment, there are many reasons to look for creative ways to acquire materials for crafting.