Crafty at heart


Pom poms.
Paper goods.
Homemade candles.
Things with cute craft punches.

Stuff that I wish I could make. Or that I had the patience to make.

I have this deep fascination with all things crafty. I think I’m crafty at heart. But, I also don’t have all the patience to make them. Or to pursue making it a regular hobby. So I’m pretty satisfied at staring at crafty things online. On blogs. Where people excel at their craft, and I can say, “Isn’t that soooo cute?! I wish I could make that!”

This morning was one of those days. Where everything I came upon online was super cute and I got that mini pang of “I wish I could make that” but I don’t really mean it. You know?

Maybe that’s why I love Etsy so much. Wait, okay, that IS why.

So here are a few of the findings. And a lot of these things can be used in weddings. Totally.

  1. From The TomKatStudio: Cute printables. On cupcakes. Love.

    TomkatStudio Crafts

  2. Found on 100 Layer Cake, by Truly Smitten: DIY Candles. Because sometimes making your own is cooler.
  3. 100 Layer Cake Truly Smitten DIY Candles

  4. From Eat Drink Chic, Origami Hearts. Now if only I had enough patience and precision to make one of these.

    Origami Heart Pattern Download  from Eat Drink Chic

  5. From Joy Ever After, Hello Neighbor labels. I love this idea. And I think it would work great for a cubicle neighbor. If only I still had some.

    Hello Neighbor Labels by Joy  Ever After

  6. From A Field Journal, Gorgeous DIY Hair Flowers – There’s a DIY Tutorial on Project Wedding.
  7. DIY Hair Flower on Project Wedding from A Field Journal

And that’s only a fraction of the things that are out there. There are sooooo many people who have crafty talents!

I’m thankful they share it online.

Happy Monday!

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  • Reply Regina Lynn 04.27.2010 at 9:52 am

    Yep, I am so with you in the wish-I-was-crafty department. Some people are just so creative and I’m like, “Whaaaaaa? How’d you figure that out?”

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