I know that at this time of year, lots of people are looking for craft ideas for holiday decorating and gifts, so I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite crafty bloggers. This is NOT an exhaustive list of my favourites – I limited it to 10 craft blogs you should know simply to keep the list manageable.
Jaderbomb – What I love about Jaderbomb is that she makes really cool craft projects – everything always has that trendy fun feel to it and yet there’s always something different and unique about them.
A Little Craft in Your Day – The two teen crafters behind this blog are simply amazing. At just 16 they have already established themselves in the crafting world. This is an especially good resource if you’re looking for crafts for teens to make or crafts to make for teens.
Crafty Chica – The Crafty Chica has a style she describes as mexi-boho. It’s colorful and sparkly and full of joy.
The Country Chic Cottage – My friend Angie has not only great craft projects but yummy recipes as well on her site, all of which are fantastic but yet, seem achievable at the same time.
30 Minute Crafts – Short on time? Maybe you’re an impatient crafter who wants quick results? Check out 30 Minute Crafts for quick and easy projects!
Dream a Little Bigger – This blog includes a wide variety of crafts including crochet, decoupage, kumihimo and more. I love that she includes a number of projects for pets as well!
Handmade Charlotte – Definitely geared towards family, this blog features mostly projects and recipes for kids but I’ve found many there that I would definitely make for myself too!
A Beautiful Mess – Not strictly a craft blog, I would call this more of a style blog because it just feels like everything they post is so “in” and so “stylish”.
Aunt Peaches – How does one describe a blog run by someone named Aunt Peaches? A sampling of her projects includes: pompom purses, confetti cake toppers, a hippopotamus tree topper, and a jive turkey. That should give you an indication.
Dollar Store Crafts – All of the projects here are made with supplies from the dollar store, making them economical but not cheap looking!