If you've ever wanted to start your own business, you may have thought of turning your craft hobby into something more for profit. However, when you think of all of the things to make and sell, it can get hard to narrow down the best ideas. That is why I'm starting this list of ideas
Do you need to decorate a fishing cabin? Or, maybe you know of someone who would love some handcrafted fishing decor. This DIY fishing sign is a perfect gift item for the fisherman that you know. It's super easy to make and doesn't take a lot of materials. In fact, if you have some scrap
If you are a wine drinker, you may have found yourself saving those decorative wine corks. I know I have! Since they have an appealing look, there is always the possibility that they could be used in another way. In fact, simply displaying your collection in a glass vase or jar can be decorative enough.
When perusing antique stores, I quite often run into a variety of letters or numbers. Whether they are wood or metal, they always catch my eye. The numbers, especially, are perfect to use as house numbers. And, with all of the unfinished plaques that you can purchase from craft stores, it's super easy to make
Making things from small pieces of a wood is a great way to get some easy rustic decor. Whether you use scrap wood, branches, or driftwood, any type of wood is an option to use. I came up with this collection of wood crafts based on their rustic appeal. Since all of the designs are
I love when you can get kids to play outside, use their creative skills, and save money all at the same time. These easy toy making ideas get kids to hunt for supplies both inside and out. Whether they need sticks or empty toilet paper rolls, kids can find their own supplies right at home.
One thing that I never thought I would use to decorate my home with is toilet paper rolls! I could see using the empty tubes for a fun kids craft. But I just couldn't picture such a thing in my home. Well, sometimes you just need to think a little more creatively I guess. Once
When you think of vintage crafts, the first thing that may come to mind is craft projects that were popular in the past. However, that is not what this post is about. Instead, I am focusing on craft projects that use vintage items as part of the material. Things like old paper and fabrics can
Have you ever thought about turning your craft hobby into a business? I've previously shared how to sell crafts online. However, there other craft business ideas using methods that may be a little less known. Once you figure out what you want to sell, it's just a matter of picking the best way to meet