We launched Crafttuts+ back in November and it’s now full of awesome tutorials! It’s definitely time to take another look at the newest member of the Tuts+ network. They’ve got a huge collection of incredible tutorials that’s expanding every week, from how to make a woven paper artwork to making your own hobbiton miniature garden.
This is a selection of the very best tutorials so far, get inspired!
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It’s all about New Year makeovers on Crafttuts+ this week! Hopefully you’re feeling inspired and revved up after reading Kitiya Palaskas‘ clever tips on how to give your crafty business a boost and new lease of life. So why not put some of that creative energy into a brand new notebook, with a very special cover? Felt book covers are a great way to turn ordinary inexpensive notebooks into something lovely – and they all make lovely personalised gifts, too.
If you’re looking for an easy, low cost and effective way to add some art to your walls try making your own woven paper artwork. This tutorial shows you the technique, and the variations and possibilities are endless using different coloured paper and patterns.
I live in an apartment with all white walls and quite a minimal style, but there’s one thing that I’m stuck with and can’t afford to change – the ugly aging beige intercom handset. I’ve given a lot of thought to how I can hide or disguise it, to no avail. So I came up with a solution: instead of trying to hide it, I decided to create this neon wrapped wire speech bubble to place right next to it. Now the handset doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb anymore, it’s become part of a fun art piece.
Are you bored with traditional store-bought wrapping paper? Want to add a unique, colorful, and creative touch to your presents this Christmas? We share ten super-simple ideas that will make gift giving bright, bold, and brilliant.
Lord of the Rings fans rejoice; the world premiere of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey screened in Wellington today and its only a matter of weeks before the rest of us get to see it for ourselves. Ive always wanted to make a themed miniature garden, so I thought I might get my Tolkien geek on for Craftuts+ and make a Hobbiton-themed miniature garden.
2012 is done and dusted and if you’re feeling a little drained after an epic year of creativity, don’t worry! Make a cup of tea, put your feet up, and read our helpful tips on how to inject new life into your creative endeavours for 2013.
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