Today I wanted to share with you a simple project to make yourself a scrap journal made with common household items. In the past few years, I have gotten into bookbinding, and this is a wonderful project for beginners. There are only a handful of materials needed for this project, and it should take about an hour or less to complete.
As the temperature cools and the sun sets earlier, the gift giving season is creeping around the corner and staying inside with my art supplies is both inevitable and exciting. Fall is, personally, my favorite time of year. I love the crisp air, the leaves changing colors, warm drinks, and of course, crafting. This fall, I want to share with you a variety of activities and crafts that I love to do during this time of year. A gentle reminder for those of you who are making gifts this year: there are roughly 60 days until the holidays, so make sure to pace yourself!
Art and sustainability are two words that might not seem to go together at first, but they are more connected than you might think. Art can help us understand and protect our planet in a beautiful way. Let's explore how art and sustainability work together.
In every successful organization, it’s the people behind the scenes who truly make the difference. Today, we’re excited to introduce you to one of those individuals who bring their unique talents and passion to our team. Meet Lou, a dedicated and enthusiastic member of our team here at Craft Theory.
Have you ever had that feeling that you need to create something? The motivation is there, the desire is there, but … what do you make? Nothing jumps to mind; you’re just left there with this urge to make something with no ideas for what it should be...