New to crochet? This one’s for you. Stretch your crochet skills with our simple octopus plushie crochet pattern by Leanne Garrity. Hook this little sea creature in nine steps using basic crochet stitches. Here’s how…
Make your own Christmas crackers to pull at the dinner table this year with our DIY Christmas crackers tutorial by Lara Messer.
Mind launch their Christmas Crafternoon aimed at bringing friends, family or colleagues together through craft for an afternoon of festive making to raise money for mental health. Kate O’Sullivan of A Playful Day talks to Kat Goldin, Fran Stone, Joanne Scrace, Emma Mitchell and Sarah Knight about the meaning of craft, plus they share feel-good project ideas.
We all know the house isn’t properly prepped for Christmas until you’ve hung a gorgeously festive wreath on the door to welcome guests, or to catch the eye of passers-by. So grab your ribbon, yarn and things that sparkle and spend a few cosy evenings putting together this kitsch Christmas wreath. Santa’s got nothing on… Continue reading
What happens to Christmas gifts when you put your stamp on them? They Zazzle! Customise gifts and wrap handmade pressies in paper, stickers, gift bags & tags all designed by you. Here’s how…
Whether you’re on the hunt for stocking fillers, decorations, or gift wrap inspiration, avoid panic buying and head to our Christmas pinboards for ideas. You’ll find what you need there. If you’re in danger of gifting half-knitted mitts fixed to IOU tags or buying gift bags but no tissue paper for Christmas charm because you’re… Continue reading
Ahhh, Christmas. One of the busiest (and best) times of year if you’re a crafter, as it means you have a perfect excuse to rummage through your yarn, dig about in your fabric stash, and sift through your favourite papers you’ve been saving for just this occasion to make the perfect gift for your loved… Continue reading
A gathering of your month in pictures, plus handmade projects and WIPs from #molliemakes magazine
When it comes to Christmas gift tags, we’ve all done it – for want of a creative solution (and time), we’ve hastily scribbled our recipient’s name on our lovingly wrapped gift just as we head out the door. If only we’d found these guys first!
Why stick to the traditional red, green and gold palette? This year we’re experimenting with mixing up candy brights and sugar-sweet pastels for a tasty twist on festive decorating. Throw in a few splashes of metallics and you’ve got the ideal recipe for a merry and bright home.