Woodland Fairy Villagehttp://woodlandfairyvillage.com
???????? Woodland Fairy Village is a blog about artist Mare Faulds creator of Woodland Fairy Village© collection of enchanting fairy houses. These fairy houses and woodland scenes are influenced by Irish and Scottish folklore style fairies and their surroundings. Fantasy art is also created by the artist. ???????? Woodland Fairy Village© Fairy House Collection
H A Stileshttp://www.hastiles.com/blog
This blog is informational about woodworking topics rather than "salesy" it goes into detail about topics such as wood turning, wood balusters and wooden handles. It includes history, applications, wood types, etc. A real find!
I'm a Proud Crafterhttp://misselayneousthings.blogspot.com
The Blog was created last December 2011 and since then, the author has shared numerous craft ideas. From scrapbooking, sewing, crocheting, making desserts, techie tips to recycled crafts. Different crafts to inspire you and do-it-yourself.
Stitch and Yarnhttp://www.stitchandyarn.com
Stitch and Yarn is a place to celebrate textiles, colour and things handmade with love. From crochet and knitting to sewing and quilting – my dream is to travel the world exploring textiles, meeting makers, learning techniques and sharing the journey.
Don't Worry. Be Happy. Keep Learning.http://dontworrybehappykeeplearning.blogspot.com
My idea here is pretty basic. Enjoy life and always be learning and trying new things. Above all else, I LOVE trying new things. I am inspired by crafts, DIY project, recipes and life hacks I find online, and I love sharing them with friends on Pinterest. The stinky thing about Pinterest is that you don't always get feedback on things you pin. Like did that recipe taste like dog food? Did your homemade curtains send you to a mental hospital while attempting them? Do you regret cutting up that old t-shirt of yours to make a skirt for your daughter because it barely fit her Barbie doll? That is what I'm here to do. I try crafts, recipes, life hacks and DIY projects I find online and in magazines. I blog about how the process went and what I thought about it in the end. For recipes, I have my husband taste them. He judges them on a scale of 1 to 10 using what I call the "Mike Meter." All the while, I have fun trying new things. I also try to throw in a little bit of corny humor to keep it interesting.
Footprints on the Moonhttp://rhumbrecht.com
Footprints on the Moon is the craft & DIY fashion blog of Rachel Humbrecht: a Pittsburgh based multi-media artist. Her blog features many inspiration posts to get the creative juices flowing and lots of apperal and fashion DIYs. Whether you're looking for crocheting, dressmaking or even some graphic design, this blog has a lot to offer for any creative individual. Come on in and take a look around!