My mother and I used to marble paper on the weekends when I was younger. To this day, I still feel like I am a mad scientist when I marble, experimenting with new colors and testing new patterns.
Even if you don’t have experience with marbling, it’s a fun project to try with friends. It requires about an hour prep time, but once you’re all set up you’ll be able to marble to your heart’s content.
Bring a little seafaring flair to your style with these bright, bold bracelets. The project is very approachable, so even if you’re not an experienced knotter, you’ll be able to cruise through these steps.
Could your summer wardrobe use a little late-season refresh? Here’s our no-fail answer to this common conundrum: a snazzy holographic accessory you can make at home (perhaps while planted in front of the air conditioner).
These bold, textural beads are made from simple corrugated paper. Experiment with different shapes and colors to create colorful, unique designs that pop against a simple shift dress or T-shirt. Best of all, this craft can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike!
An easy introduction to working with a metal stamp set to create gorgeous brass tags with any words or phrases you can think of (that fit, of course). Make a few and switch up your keychain to suit your mood, or give some away as small gifts or party favors.