Looking for some great craft blogs to read? Here are 50 of them, 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!
Do you enjoy a good craft blog read every now and again? Me too! Check out this list of 50 craft blogs you're going to love! I grabbed a favorite project from each for you to check out.
Who doesn’t love a good pompom? Or is it spelled pom pom? Haha, it’s one of “those” words that gets spelled both ways. Either way you spell it you’re going to love this bright and fun DIY pompom wreath!
Etching a Pyrex glass baking dish with etching cream is hands down one of my favorite things to make with my Cricut (or my Silhouette Cameo). And I think it’s one of the best gifts you can make with your cutting machine, too!
Make this face mask pattern with a tiny bit of fabric and elastic. The surgical style mask pattern is simple enough even for beginner sewers! Cindy has awesome sewing crafts and crochet tutorials, amongst other things.
Crystal made crafts to fill up her spring decor space like this new DIY watercolor lucite ampersand. It fits perfectly with her collection of blue bottles and vases. The best part about it is that it’s really easy to make with Mod Podge!
These sugar scrub bars don’t contain soap, so they won’t dry you out even further. Plus, they’re made with essential oils, shea butter, and beeswax to help moisturize even the driest of skin. If you love DIY beauty, you'll love Stephanie's blog.
With so many bright and colorful shoes on the runways this spring, it was time for a serious dose of fun. This DIY project is a fun and super easy way to bring an ordinary pair of pumps to the next level using only Mod Podge and glitter.
I’m not sure if there is anything more glorious than the thought of the first snow each year. These snowflake lanterns were inspired by that feeling! Imagine them lining the walkway to your home this winter season, warmly inviting your friends into your holiday gathering. Wouldn't that be pretty?
I’m sure you’ve seen some beautiful art work that starts off as a single dot and turns into gorgeous patterned mandalas or various dotted pieces of art. Lucy gave it a go and made this hand painted dot art mandala notebook. She's definitely got a knack for simple and beautiful projects.
Tons of knitting, crochet, and sewing patterns - this is a regular stop for me. I love the bold colors and beautiful yarns featured at Purl Soho. If you like bold crafts, you're going to love what they have to offer.
Quotes were used to decorate this shirt, but you could also use song lyrics, bible verses, favorite book excerpts, etc. You can also choose whatever color you like. I think it would be a very kid-friendly project as well. There are so many possibilities!
Sometimes you don't have a place to rest your phone while it's charging. This phone holder solves that problem, and on a budget! Ashley's skill set is unique ideas that provide clever solutions, and she's really great at sewing and costumes!
A pocket hug can be tucked into your pocket so you have a constant close by reminder that you are loved. Isn’t that a lovely idea? Julie's got a lot of sewing ideas on her site that you're going to love.
I dare you to put this doormat at your door and not smile every time you step on it! Once you see how to make a rainbow doormat in our tutorial below, you’ll see exactly how easy it is to add a little sunshine to your doorstep.
Caitlin and Manda love to focus on simple living, but that doesn't make their projects any less beautiful. This leather jewelry wrap encompasses that idea . . . plus they have recipes, fashion, home decor, parties, and more on their site.
It’s a craft that’s easy enough that you can make them with elementary school aged children, but cool enough that you’ll even hook a teen’s interest. And you can make a pair of tie dye shoes for $10 or less.