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Iconocraft & round cardboard display stands

This week’s post is a two-parter. I’ve got a tutorial for you, but first I want to tell you about the amazing crafting event I was at on Wednesday night. Last summer my friend Missie Peters, a local poet and performer, put on an awesome craft fair that involved not only vendors but also poetry, […]


wet felted Easter eggs

This weekend welcomes yet another celebration of overpriced sugar extravagances and goofy plastic decorations. That is to say, it’s another federal holiday. Apart from hitting up the post-Easter chocolate sales, I plan to spend some time hanging out with family and eating too much. I was also planning to do a bunch of Easter crafting […]

two ways to make felt beads

I love felt. It’s lightweight, it comes in every imaginable colour, it does not require hemming. It’s soft, it’s versatile, it’s inexpensive. And it brings back happy childhood memories. Who else out there remembers felt boards? Good stuff. Felt is basically made by mashing a bunch of wool fibers together until they become one big […]

bacon wristband

Welcome to my first posting of a MAN CRAFT! Having done a scientific online survey of a large number of randomly chosen males, I can state with certainty that most men are highly attracted to bacon in pretty much any form. Oh hell, I’m not an idiot. I knew that without conducting any kind of […]