Each month I will be featuring craft sites and projects that I think are interesting, fun and unique. The internet has made it possible for almost everyone to publish their arts and crafts and share them with the world.Some of this amazing talent gets lost in the search engine world and it is my goal to feature sites that you may have missed during your internet searches. If you have a site that has interesting, unusual crafts and would like your site to be featured send me an email at email@example.com .Let's connect! Rita
01 of 04
Are you tired of looking at the empty walls in your house or apartment? Do you have more time than money? Do you want to fill those empty spaces now? Then you need to check out this informative article!
This post has 39 tutorials that show us not only how to make beautiful wall decor, but also how to make wall art for next to nothing. The projects range from simple potato stamped wall art ( which actually looks like stylish abstract art- amazing!) to sophisticated DIY Moroccan stenciled “wallpaper.”
Each one of the thirty nine tutorials is something you would love to display in your home. Some of the projects are crafty, some of the projects are high end. All are unique!
02 of 04
Speaking of wall art for next to nothing . . . Crunchy Betty, a lifestyle blog that covers many topics of interest, features an easy to make picture tile tutorial.
Crunchy Betty is a photography enthusiast that has mastered the fastest and easiest way to make wall decor from her photos. She would rather take the photos, than spend time worrying how to frame them.
She attaches her photos to simple tiles bought at the hardware store, and then artistically hangs them on the wall. Voila! Instant art work!
You will surely want to make some for your own home.Soon your walls with be filled with beautiful picture tiles that look stunning and cost next to nothing to make. Gotta love it!
03 of 04
This is the most amazing birthday craft project ever! Send your friends a birthday greeting postcard that actually looks like a slice of cake.
The "postcard" is made from a sponge and caulk but in fact looks like the real thing! This is a birthday postcard that your friends will never forget.
Jaime from sheknows.com says it costs about $3.00 in stamps to mail the cake slice and had one sent to herself (there are pictures) to prove the "slice of cake" can be mailed. What an unusual and fun craft project!
04 of 04
Have you ever wondered what type of glue you should use for your projects? The world of adhesives can be confusing.There are numerous types of adhesives available, and it is helpful to know which are best for your paper craft projects.
This complete article discusses the types of glues available and their purposes.It also covers set times, drying times and curing times.The article also includes a chart that is useful for quickly looking up information
The article also offers a handy dandy recipe for making your homemade glue. This glue recipe is perfect if you are looking for a natural non-chemical glue alternative.
I have found this article to be truly one of the best around if you want to learn more about the fundamentals of crafting adhesives!