Crafting for the Uncrafty

  • The Blue Evil Eye: A Fascinating History and Modern Significance

    The belief in the evil eye dates back to ancient times, and is found in many cultures and civilizations throughout history, including Greek, Roman, Hindu, Islamic, and Jewish cultures. The evil eye is a belief that a person can cause harm or bad luck to another person by looking at them with envy or ill-will. People have worn talismans or charms in the form of blue beads or eye-shaped symbols to ward off the evil eye, and some also perform rituals or prayers to protect themselves from its effects. The idea of the evil eye is still prevalent in many parts of the world today and continues to be a popular symbol in jewelry, decor, and popular culture.
  • Exploring the Rich History and Significance of the Claddagh Symbol ☘️

    The Claddagh is a traditional Irish symbol that has been used for centuries to represent love, loyalty, and friendship. Learn more about it in this informative blog post!
  • Enhance Your Magical Practice with Art: Energize Your Spellwork and Connect with the Universe

    Learn how to energize your magical practice with art in this blog post. Discover how art can serve as a portal to your subconscious, a channel for energy, and a manifestation of the divine. Examples include creating vision boards, sigils, talismans, altar pieces, and devotional art. Explore how incorporating art into your magical practice can enhance your creativity, imagination, and connection with energy.
  • Get Creative with Felted Wool

    Felting has been a traditional craft for many cultures for thousands of years, dating back to ancient times. The basic technique of matti...
  • Celebrate your Gal-entines with a Themed Evening

    Gal-entine's Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the bond of friendship and sisterhood. If you're looking to throw a themed evening to mark the occasion, here are a few tips.
  • DIY Cherry Beret: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Valentine's Day is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than by making your own custom cherry beret? This DIY project is perfect for adding a touch of spring to your wardrobe and is great for coaxing the season along. All you need is a store-bought or thrifted beret and some faux cherries.
  • Elevate Your Style with Embroidered Patches - Add a Personal Touch to Your Clothing and Accessories

    Using patches to customize your items is a sustainable and upcycling way to give new life to old items. With patches, the possibilities for customization are endless, and it's a fun and creative way to personalize your possessions.
  • Still Game Weclome Mat

    This is an easy DIY that will bring a smile to the face of any Still Game fan. In case you don't know, Still Game is a Scottish television show. Y...
  • Mini Things Make Me Ridiculously Happy

    See some laughable examples of hand-sewn mini animals.
  • Denim Fish Ornaments

    Hello, my friends! I thought you might enjoy these denim sea creatures as an inspiration to make something from scraps. We cleaned out our closets ...
  • October Project : Ouija

    Do you find Ouija fascinating? I had the Parker Brothers game when I was a kid and it was always a source of speculation and deviousness when playe...
  • Gift Guide | 25 Gifts to Celebrate Mom

    Chances are no one will love you as much as your Mom. Make sure she knows you appreciate it.  1. A Robe 2. A Streaming Subscription 3. A Paint By N...