DIY: Crayon Candles

 Rachel shared a tutorial for these Crayon Candles on the blog, Adventures in Making. I think this is a fantastic way to use up broken and leftover crayon pieces. The colors can easily be customized, of course, and you could … Read More ...

DIY Leather + Teak Clock

This Scandinavian inspired clock incorporates a thrift store leather belt and wooden plate to create a sleek and modern addition to any home. Who knew you could take a wooden plate, a cheap clock kit and a thrifted belt and … Read More ...

DIY Colorful Wall Art

Morena from Fairfield World shared this tutorial on her blog for this easy art! I think it’s pretty darn cute.

The only supplies you need are Oly*Fun Fabric, Stretched Canvas, a Die Cutting Machine and Die, a paint brush and … Read More ...

Exploring Shibori – Kumo Dyeing

I posted about Shibori here on Indie Crafts last week, it’s becoming a bit of an indie trend. What is Shibori Dyeing anyway? Shibori is really what tie-dyeing is based on. According to Wiki and Annette from Fiber Artsy, “There are … Read More ...

DIY Shibori

Shell is guest posting on the blog, Kittenhood with a tutorial and photos for creating Shibori. Shibori is a Japanese fabric dying technique, It’s all about how you fold the fabric. The different techniques will give you different finished looks … Read More ...

DIY Donut Bulletin Board

I love this Donut Bulletin Board that was posted on the Paint the Gown Red blog. It even has *sprinkle push pins*. Isn’t that just adorable? I think it’s the cutest.

Jamie posted the tutorial for both the bulletin board … Read More ...