As a fan of all-things marbled (including cheesecake), today I’m sharing my latest discovery: a DIY swirling method that allows you to easily marble three-dimensional objects (!). With the right paint and an organized workspace, you can easily create a swoon-worthy set of marbled candles in your own home.
You don’t have to be a professional soapmaker to create your own batch of personalized (and oh-so-giftable) soaps this holiday season. While the traditional cold-process method can take four to six weeks – and a lot of experience – to perfect, this melt-and-pour technique yields several small bars of soap in just one day and is totally approachable for beginners.
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!
You don’t need to invest in a large professional loom to learn the basics of weaving. You can make your own loom out of a simple piece of re-used cardboard instead!
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.