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Get crafty with our favourite craft bloggers

DIY done right

From SheKnows Canada
DIY projects are a great way to save money and have fun at the same time. Whether you're an experienced creative mind or just breaking into the field, you'll garner some fabulous ideas from these brilliant craft blogs.

Cook quilt make and bake

nail and thread art

No matter what kind of creative project you like to sink your teeth into the most, you'll find something for you at Cook Quilt Make and Bake. Sam and Phil create everything from adorable felt ornaments to tasty sweet treats. If you're on the hunt for a fun new way to decorate your home, check out their Nail and Thread State Wall Art. This talented pair are always incredibly honest and geniune in describing their projects — no matter how they turn out. And their joy in every task they undertake shines through each and every post so it's easy to stay positive while you learn from them.

Holiday crafts and creations

easter teacup placeholders

Holiday Crafts and Creations is an adorable mother-daughter run blog that features a huge variety of original and beautiful crafts. They started off with a particular love of working with felt and polymer clay, but from there they branched out to create unique crafts with all sorts of materials. These gorgeous Easter Teacup Place Cards, for example, are exceptionally fun and attractive. All their projects are envisioned with intricate care and their clear step-by-step tutorials ensure you wind up with an equally lovely final product.

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Ellinee

paper anemones

If you're looking to improve the look of your home with personal, handmade touches you'll love everything created by Lia at Ellinee. She has a keen eye for decor and is a true design genius. When you visit Ellinee you'll find elegant printables, unique gift wrap ideas, stellar style tips and step-by-step instructions on how to create a variety of gorgeous handmade flowers such as these paper anemones.

How Does She

easter egg countdown craft

The many talented women at How Does She share all sorts of tips and projects for you to be inspired by. Whether you're looking to create some new home decor pieces, or to sew yourself a new dress, or to take part in a fun and simple craft with the kids — you're sure to find many great options here. On the hunt for a spring project? Check out this adorable Easter Countdown creation.

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Mrs. Greene


plastic stemware patio chandelier

We absolutely adore the unique and quirky creations envisioned by Rhonda at Mrs. Greene. She dabbles in everything from crochet, to upcycling — and just about everything in between. And she even offers a free printable every day to give all aspects of your life and home extra pops of personality. This Plastic Stemware Patio Chandelier is a perfect example of how with the right guide — and Rhonda is a brilliant one — you can make just about anything for a fraction of the cost of what you'd be charged in-store.

Sugar & Cloth

pegboard headboard

It's pretty hard to describe just how beautiful Ashley Rose's blog, Sugar & Cloth is — so you really must check it out for yourself. This talented young artist isn't afraid to step outside the box and dabble in just about any creative endeavor from cooking to home decor. She is constantly creating new and exciting crafts and offers exquisite photos to help you complete the task for yourself. This pegboard headboard, for example, beautifully captures the unique sense of style she brings to every one of her projects.

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Craftberry Bush

crepe and watercolour flowers

Lucy at Craftberry Bush has a natural eye for crafting, decor and art in general. Her projects, decor collections and photographs are all jaw-droppingly beautiful. For instance, you can get the gorgeous quality of real flowers combined with the durability of fake by creating her stunning crepe and watercolour flowers. Think it's too much of a challenge? Don't worry — Lucy provides a great step-by-step picture tutorial so you can take on this unique and beautiful craft for yourself. Check out her project gallery to stock up on creative craft ideas for all occasions.

The Scrap Shoppe

monogram sign

As a working mom of two rambunctious boys, Michele at The Scrap Shoppe knows it isn't always easy to fit in time to craft. But when you do — boy is it rewarding! Michele is constantly experimenting with new materials and dabbles in nearly every creative method. This super cool monogram sign is a perfect example of how with a little creativity she can turn just about anything into something fresh and beautiful — and with her help, you can too!

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