Busy Fingers And Lots Of Time
Now, I'm not an artist, but there are times when I get the itch to make something that isn't captured digitally, or created with yarns and threads. Sometimes, I feel like I need a pen paper, and maybe a paint brush. Or perhaps I want to try my hand at the stove and chopping board. When the mood strikes, I go all out trying different craft ideas and I would like you guys to join me when I do.
So, get those sketch pads out, those painting easels and and paints. Put on your aprons, and dust off those pots and pans. Gear up with those trowels and gardening gloves.
It's time to make something. I don't know what yet, but let's find out together.
Tip Of The Month
It's hard to know where to start, when you want to take up a new craft. After all, with Pinterest, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube, you'll find yourself watching tutorials, where experienced hands are creating a piece, easily. You see them decorating a cookie with intricate designs, or sketching out a flower with as much detail as the real thing, or sewing together a dress with very little mistakes. Don't fall into the trap where you try it, and it is less than perfect. It looks nothing like what you saw in those videos. This is your first time after all, you're bound to make mistakes. So, keep trying, and keep making those mistakes. You'll eventually find a formula that will work for you.
What's Cooking Up In The Kitchen?
So, I'm a little new to the whole experimenting on recipes and instructions, that's why you'll have to forgive me this time. The articles featured here are mostly reviews on experiences I've had, with all these different crafts I'll try my hand at.
Article Of The Month
The Pencil Case
I talk a lot about the different crafts that I take up in my spare time, and if you're like me, you'd like to go back sometimes and see what it means to start all over again, or if you're new here, you might want to see what it means to start a new craft, so why not check out my old posts, when I started all these different crafts I'm now used to experimenting with.
The Baking Tin
So, you've decided to start a new craft, first of all, take it slow and keep practicing. I know that you probably expect yourself to make something perfect the first time, but that's not the case. You'll always make mistakes, regardless whether it is your first try or your hundredth try. That's why you should check out these tips and tricks that I feature every month, but if you want a reminder of the ones I've posted up before, check them out here!