6 quick and easy Halloween costumes for kids

How are you getting on with those costume orders? Boy, do their imaginations put our craft skills to the test – they’re worth it! Plus, with all the wonderful DIY costumes available online there’s very little kids can request that we won’t find on Pinterest for free. While researching the cutest Halloween costumes for kids we came across two… Continue reading

Retro bauble Christmas decorations

Bought your copy of Mollie Makes 71 in Australia? Begin the countdown to festive traditions and treasured decorations with our easy-stitch retro bauble decoration tutorial. Samantha Stas shows you how…

How to make felt pinecones decorations for Christmas

Hang Suzonne Stirling’s felted beauties from a tree or shelf, or gather them in pretty bowls

How to make an anchor purse

Bought your copy of Mollie Makes 71 in ASDA? Embroider and sew Jenny Hart’s exclusive Sublime Stitching anchor motif into a coastal-cool keepsake. Find the templates and instructions for how to make your own tattoo-inspired anchor purse below.

How to make a paper flower

Create a pretty paper flower in just 4 simple steps with Erica of Little Paper Flowers.

Creating marbled mugs using nail polish

Get ready to fill the kitchen cupboards with swirls of colour! Tea, coffee, something sweeter? Whatever your beverage of choice, in less than 10 minutes you could be sippin’ hot drinks from marble-style mugs. Learn how to give your coffee cups a quick pick-me-up in our eight-step tutorial.

The Crush Catalogue: Wall Hangings

Crushing on wall hangings? Us too! We’ve gathered top buys and DIYs from around the web including scalloped wooden numbers, miniature wall hangings, painted gem designs and more. Take a look…

16 pencil holders for colouring book junkies

Get a load of these pencil holders! Specially picked for crafters who love to colour…

How to make a mug cosy

Stitch our exclusive neon mug cosy design with Samantha Stas. Go on, be a diamond!

Crafts for kids: Craft ideas for toddlers to tweens

As Mollie contrib, Olivia Gordon notes in Mollie Makes 64 that crafting with children can often be rather dramatic! Aside from making sure paint stays on the paper (instead of the walls, the carpet, or in little mouths), crafting with younguns can sometimes feel like herding cats. Someone usually ends up in tears (and more often than… Continue reading