It has been a long since I have had a link dump post so here goes…
Craftster.org gives a run down of venues for buying and selling handmade.
Heather at Dollar Store Crafts shows how to make a play stove on the cheap it even includes storage – bonus! If you are up for a challenge, try the Make Something Cool Everyday.
While I search for the perfect lunch box, my coworker is looking for a reusable sandwich holder and I think this project from Betz White is what she needs!
I still haven’t made a lined zipper pouch, but with this photo-heavy tutorial I am ready to get down to business (well, depending on what supplies I have since I am trying not to buy new).
I was at IKEA last week looking at the curtains and remembered seeing that someone made a swing coat from a curtain – awesome!
This week Target has a sock monkey for sale, which is cute, but not as cute and clever as Spiderman Sock Monkey!
Has anyone tried this recipe for soft seasoned pretzels?
If I wasn’t already making an ironing board mat for my mother’s day gift, I was going to make placemats with a scanned photo of a family favorite recipe. If you are into embroidery, you might like making recipe tea towels!
I love my craft space and it is nothing as neat or deluxe as this space, but she shows how she created a DIY craft space.
I think that’s enough for a day!