Put one or two in your bath and watch them fizz away. As you’re steeping, take some time to reflect on your life and feel good about all the decisions you’ve made that have gotten you to this point.
Let’s stencil some patriarchy smashing t-shirts and talk about robot movies!!
Why it’s so hard to prove a civil rights crime, Angela Davis, print on a t-shirt using the sunshine, Issa Rae, nothing is scarier than a black trans woman with a degree, Miranda July and Lorrie Moore, a female iron worker, a queer feminist pops her Sleater-Kinney cherry, ladies on landlines, a lesbian kiss on South Korean TV, cellar spiders in my kitchen and SO. MUCH. MORE.
WARNING: There’s a f*ckton of hearts in here.
You know it’s only a matter of time until we get a storm that’s, you know, as big a deal as predicted (sorry not sorry Juno). Here are three ways to dress up those stretchy pairs of gloves you can find at Target for $1.
This project mixes a science, art, and a whole lot of oil to make twelve bubbly bars of soap.
These classic luggage tags are made from hand-stitched and stamped leather and will set your bags apart when you’re looking for them on the baggage carousel.
This scarf falls on the feminine end of the spectrum and is a good gift for anyone whose idea of gay apparel is pretty and shiny.
Today we’re starting with something easy: glue.
These crafty creations will help you bridge the physical gap with your long-distance love this holiday season.
Now queermos! Now ‘straddlers! Now commenters and lurkers!
On crafters and bakers from all faiths and backgrounds!
To the kitchen to cook! To the living room to sew!
Now get on my level! Get festive, you all!
“One of my favorite things is hand-me-down furniture. But when those special pieces come without, well, all their pieces, some DIY elbow grease comes in handy.”
It’s time to use that tool belt for more than just foreplay.
When it comes to playdough, you can really never go wrong with adding more food coloring into the equation.
Make it rain Oobleck.
Prop this easy marquee against the wall or sling it up outside for your next BBQ.
There are currently 628 Hobby Lobby stores in 47 states and we never, ever, ever have to shop there again. With this list, you won’t even miss it, I promise.
You, too, can work at the bar from “Flashdance.” Or at least you can look like you do.
Protect your eyes, jazz up an old pair of glasses AND gain some adorable street cred with this fun and easy project!
If you’re the kind of person who likes taking up close and personal shots of smallish things, you could use a light box!