We had so much fun making indigo tie-dyed hankies at A-Camp! For those of you who couldn’t be there or would like to host your own indigo parties this summer, here’s a simple tutorial to get you started.
There are lessons to be learned here from my misfortune, probably, so this might end up reading more like a what not to do than a tutorial.
Just take your time, measure early and often, trust your instincts, and you’ll be a pro at hanging stuff in no time.
There are easier ways than smashing nails with your shoes, queer cuties.
This leather key fob is easy to make and is a perfect introduction to working with leather — it can be made in a flash once you’ve got all your tools and supplies together.
My go-to, anybody, anytime present will always be an oven mitt. These little suckers take a maximum of 20 minutes to make and with the right fabric choice, can look super fancy and expensive.
You could spend your afternoon making an advent calendar on this very first day of December!
“I get a real sense of satisfaction from making something cute and domestic, just a bit deviant. Whether it’s a cake piped with ‘Happy Fucking Birthday’ or a set of kitchen towels with embroidered ball gags and whips — I just can’t get enough.”
Winter is coming, and you can be a hero!
This no-sewing-machine-necessary pouch can be unfolded to reveal a soft and supple reading mat — perfect for the cardslinger on the go. It’ll take less than an hour to sew up and will be the envy of everyone in your coven.
Carrying around a Whole Food’s tote stuffed with a change of undies and a toothbrush won’t last forever. You deserve better. What you really need is a Dopp kit to keep all the essentials on hand to keep you lookin’ your best for that new babe.
This week at A-Camp, we’ll be using all these cans to make simple repoussé earrings. If you’ve got a can waiting to be recycled, bust out your scissors and join us. And if not, I bet there’s something cold in your fridge just begging for you to drink it.
My mom, expert holiday lover and lifelong crafty lady, came up with three fun holiday crafts to do with kids and we did them together, because I’m her kid!
Learn all about black cats, love potions, how to sew your own familiar and how to draw a sigil in this month’s witchy roundup!
To make this rustic charger and coasters set, use jute cord and basic knitting skills.
“As an adult, when I was presented with the option of creating my own Christmas traditions with my partner, my instinct was to completely ignore the holiday altogether… I also knew that I didn’t want to partake in the mad shopping frenzy that the holiday season had become famous for. So I started racking my brain for fun, easy DIYs that I could create in bulk for Christmas gifts.”
Before you get out there with our new series, get in here and make a passport book to keep track of all your adventuring!
Don’t get caught rocking the same costume during this entire month of mischief.
In which I write you a poem about how great shelves are, and then I teach you how to build one in three straightforward steps.
If you’ve been struggling to figure out where to keep all your caps, let this DIY baseball cap storage solution help you out.