Looking for craft ideas for kids? Stephanie Dulieu of Frilly Pops has just the Easter craft project.
It’s a new year and we’re celebrating it with a sparkling new mag. Issue 88 is full of creative ideas for 2018 – from rug hooking to making a crochet sampler scarf to a must-have geo quilted cushion.
Make sure Santa knows exactly where to leave your gifts with Amy Phipps’ pom pom-tastic sacks.
Christine Leech reveals why pom poms aren’t just for bobble hats and her tips to host the perfect crafternoon…
Get ready for teatime with this fun apron by The New Craft House, in association with Tick Tock Tea
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
There’s nothing quite like getting together for an afternoon of crafting with friends. Whether we’re all making the same thing or getting on with our long-term projects, group craft is a real motivator for completing WIPs. So the next time you find yourself hopping from one project to the next with zero enthusiasm for either,… Continue reading
During the dull days of January it’s easy to lose your craft mojo. But at Mollie we say the dark and the rain outside is the perfect excuse for snuggling up indoors with a pot of tea, the radio and a big batch of craft-spiration. We’ve gathered together 12 of our most exciting crafty DIY… Continue reading
Time to wrap the pressies! In this gift wrapping tutorial we show you how to make a stack of fluffy pom poms, quick! We still dig making pom poms the traditional way, but when you’re facing a whole evening of wrapping presents, you’ll appreciate a zippy pom pom gadget. Here’s how to put a pom on… Continue reading
“I need to go to IKEA, let’s make a weekend of it!” We got it bad! Our partners can confirm this quote is not an exaggeration but instead an accurate indication of how much time we’re willing to spend in the store. In our defence, they do put the clocks back, dim the lights (so… Continue reading