On St. Patrick's Day, everyone is a little Irish. For the crafting community, this guide to St. Patrick's Day shares a a short history of the holiday, and our hand-picked favorites for St. Patrick's Day craft projects, including clover jewelry.
I always wanted to do something with the milk carton. Every time it found its way to the trash, until one day I had an idea: why not make it into a recipes box?
This fun design uses a cake rubber stamp to create the main image.
Make a Cupcake recipe book, shaped like a cupcake and full of cupcake recipes. This fun project by Maria Nerius would make a great gift for a friend.
Decorate a moss topiary with naturally dyed Easter eggs. This quick and easy topiary makes a wonderful Easter centerpiece.
Get out the hooks and start making some free easy crochet patterns for Christmas. Your kitchen will look festive while you bake up those classic recipes with the Elf Dishcloth. This adorable crocheted kitchen accessory is the perfect way to get your home in the spirit of Christmas. Use it as a dishcloth, a trivet, or an oven mitt. You can also make this cute dishcloth as a stocking stuffer for a friend or fellow baker. Great for crochet fans of all skill levels, this fun and simple project is sure to be a winner this holiday season.
A cute book filled with your family's favorite recipes make a great gift for Mother's Day or Father's Day or anytime. Add photos of the family with his or her favorite recipe for an extra special touch.
For a clever homemade gift for Dad this Father's Day, make a collection of spice rubs in cute packaging. Follow this tutorial from Becky Kazana for a culinary Father's Day craft.
Show off your Irish pride or simply enjoy the design with this shamrock and green bead necklace perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
This lovely green and silver key ring with glass heart beads is a great gift for St. Patrick's Day. Get together with friends and craft them together, while enjoying some Irishfood or drink.