These dolls have appeared at Saltburn-by-the-Sea’s pier, near Teesside, Great Britain. Their creator is unknown, but he/she is really good wiith needles.
Hollyhock Quilts‘s colorful works are very spring-like.
Blackboard painting gives a lot of scope. Shall we change our cups with the DIY of Wit & Whistle?
A desirable book about cross-stitch flowers. Its writer is the well-known crafter Patrice Boerens.
Discover Paper es una nueva página web dedicada al arte y las técnicas del papel.
Discover Paper is a new website about paper art and techniques.
You can dowload on PDF the tutorial to make these nice earrings at Yarnplayer’s Tatting Blog.
Frida Plumm is an Australian designer. Her more valued creations are her dishes, though she tries new techniques and materials constantly. Her style is very influenced by the Asian exotism, but modernized.
Don’t you go around and around with regard to the way of keeping everything tidy, accessible and at sight? I like to find good solutions. Hellene, from Craft & Creativity, organizes her ribbons in candy boxes. Brilliant!
This weekend we could renew a purse that we keep at home and which we’re tired of. We just need some fabric paint and a pencil with a rubber at the top. You can paint a heart as this at V and Co.’s tutorial or what you prefer.
And for the children a very funny game. It’s very easy to assemble the device and has a thousand possibilities, all those that children can imagine. Though you won’t understand anything, it’s enough to see the photos. By the way, this blog, Play and Grow, is very advisable.
Janet Hill‘s paintings are very feminine, intimists, retro and precise. This Canadian artist has worked for Tiffany and Co., American Greetings, and Harper Collins, among others.