Looking for some great craft blogs to read? Here are nearly 50 with my top project picks from each – ranging from home decor to jewelry to fashion and more!
Has anyone noticed that there are a LOT of craft blogs out there? I think it’s awesome! I love craft blogs (thank goodness, right?). I love finding them . . . getting inspiration from them . . . having reading material in the tub on my iPad. Ha!
I’ve noticed that there are a lot of craft blogs, and some craft blog awards. Craft blog awards are great and all, but so many of my favorites get overlooked! Do you notice that?
Maybe there are just too many wonderful craft blogs out there to acknowledge them all. So I decided to give a shout out to some myself.
I’m not playing favorites . . . I’m just bringing attention to those blogs you may or may not have heard of that have great ideas and stellar craft projects.
Amazing Craft Blogs
I consider these to be “must see” craft blogs (in no particular order). And I picked a project I love from each. Enjoy!
I love a good designer inspired project – like this canvas from Shannon.
Burlap + Blue
This stenciled cabinet is gorgeous, and I really love the bright green Linda used.
A Pumpkin and a Princess
Who doesn’t love a countdown? It always means there’s something fun ahead.
Amanda definitely knows how to use glitter, confetti and bling (among other things).
It doesn’t get much cuter than beach dresses out of colorful towels.
Creative Green Living
If you love panda bears, this hooded towel is so easy to make.
Jen has awesome wedding DIY projects, and I particularly love these stenciled soaps.
A bow necklace made of polymer clay? I must try this immediately.
Rachel’s blog features awesome tutorials for children, and she shares projects that range from vintage to modern.
You can make your own wedding bouquet out of ric-rac and other findings – and it will last forever.
Wood beads and paint make the easiest and most stylish necklaces ever.
Lots of modern DIY and home decor projects – like these upcycled house numbers.
30 Minute Crafts
Who doesn’t love crafts that can be done in such a short amount of time?
I would love to have mini fabric lamps above my bed, and now I can!
Jade is all about color, fun and making people happy with her crafts.
This tutorial will make you want to re-do all of the switch plates in your home.
A Little Craft in Your Day
Tanner and Courtney are high school crafters, which means they automatically knows what is hip and trendy.
Lots of bright colors, recipes, and fun! And cool projects like these cacti made from socks. If you like craft blogs, this one’s for you!
Love the Day
Any craft project with confetti is perfect for me – like this photo backdrop!
This banner uses a doily stencil to create a skull. So unique!
The Impatient Crafter
Margot is good at projects with unusual materials – feathers in Christmas ornaments being a perfect example.
Katie turned two-liter bottles into a lamp, one of the coolest transformations I’ve ever seen.
I’m a sucker for a cool Halloween project, like this trick or treat bowl.
No. 2 Pencil
Melissa is good at everything – from crafts to home decor to baking.
I’ve never thought of cross-stitching a chair! Cintia has all sorts of tutorials like this.
I want someone to make me a lamp out of a globe! Brilliant.
Paper & Stitch
I think people should get award badges like this for everything (like waking up in the morning).
Pink Stripey Socks
I might actually have a shot at playing a cardboard guitar (versus a real one). Leslie has amazing kids crafts, seriously!
Pitter and Glink
I love anything covered with pattern pieces and Mod Podge, just like this side table.
Tons of knitting, crochet and sewing patterns – this is a regular stop for me.
Rae Gun Ramblings
I love the color palette of this stool and the houndstooth – Marissa and I are kindred spirits.
Sew Country Chick
Justine does mostly sewing tutorials, but her other crafts are awesome too.
Shrimp Salad Circus
This doormat revamp is so fun and bright – I want one for my front stoop!
Stars For Streetlights
What I love about Stacy is that she is good with ANY craft, from fashion to accessories to home decor.
I wish I had hair long enough, just for this cute velvet hair bow.
Kelly uses a lot of balloons and donuts in her DIYs – so fun!
Shannon has tons of simple ideas for crafts, recipes and repurposing.
Ornaments that look like little hamburgers made out of bottlecaps? I mean, come on. Kirsten’s one of those craft bloggers that has a little bit of everything . . . all fun!
We Are Scout
This patchwork art is something that I would definitely have over my bed.
Trinkets in Bloom
I love her fashion DIYs, especially the ones with Mod Podge!
I think jewelry made out of paper is the coolest.