Keep on Making It!
Season two is coming… and we are READY. Keep the creativity going right here.
The Season Two casting call is ON, and it could be your big break. We’ll hook you up with all the details on how to audition.
Try your hand at a project inspired by the amazing crafters of Season One.
What is your spirit animal? Learn to make our take on Making It's first Faster Craft challenge: a taxidermy-style unicorn head entirely made of felt!
If your hometown were turned into a miniature terrarium, what would it look like? Check out our take on the "Making It" second Faster Craft challenge; can you tell we borrowed a little inspiration from contestant Amber?
Nachos, wings, chips, dip ... we've been there. Round up your team for a snack play that goes way beyond the expected: a stadium-sized treat, inspired by the "Making It" third Faster Craft challenge.
Learn where the legendary creative finds his inspiration in the exclusive Bluprint series, Spark.
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When actress, singer and sewist Marcy Harriell spots an item on the rack, she sees potential. Because in her hands, so-so pieces get turned into imaginative, head-turning fashion statements. This original Bluprint series follows Marcy as she brings wild creativity and a funky sense of style to outfits she refashions for her daily adventures.
Artists. Innovators. Problem solvers. Tastemakers. Meet 16 brilliant creatives who boldly push boundaries and challenge the status quo, inspiring others to follow their hearts and pursue their passions.
You don't have to be a celebrity to surround yourself with beautiful blooms! In this Bluprint original series, floral artist Carly Cylinder demonstrates easy, approachable methods to building breathtaking bouquets in your own kitchen. You'll learn how to visualize arrangements, pick the perfect blooms and expertly style them.
Paper artist Kate Alarcón shows you how to make five different paper flowers, including a wild rose, floribunda rose, Icelandic poppy, peony and ranunculus, plus an air plant for added greenery. And, learn how to arrange your flowers into beautiful bouquets that are sure to impress.
The right card can really make a statement. And no… we're not just talking about what you write on the inside! On Flashcards, we're showcasing the creativity and self-expression that go into creating a handmade card – and we're doing it all in two-minute snippets you can watch in a snap. The best part? All the incredible designs, of course.
Simon reveals secrets from the set — and offers new makers a word of advice.
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Perhaps you look at an abstract painting and think "Um, my 5-year-old could paint that." And then you sit down with a blank canvas and immediately regret such thinking.
Do you ever feel like you can't possibly hang another frame in your house? The next time you want to display a special photo, think outside the box and inside the hoop! Transfer the image to fabric, hoop it up and add three-dimensional details with a little embroidery floss.
If you're not sure what creative pursuit to try next, simply look to the stars! Believe it or not, astrology can help you find a new hobby that perfectly fits your personality. Find your sign below, and get ready to try something new!
Let's be honest: creativity often comes in spurts, and whaddya know, free time does too. In fact, for many of us, free time is in such short supply that when you get an hour you feel like screaming from the rooftops and making the most of every minute. Thankfully, there are tons of different projects you can make by hand in 60 minutes or less. Here are seven for you try.
l love a good DIY project just as much as the next girl. But a few years ago, I was craving a hobby I could also teach myself. And, preferably, teach myself while at home mindlessly watching Netflix. Brush calligraphy ended up being just the one! And while I won’t get into how many hours I spent practicing while binge-watching Parks & Rec, you really only need 10 minutes a day to hone this new skill.
Ahh, summer...full of late sunsets, flickering fireflies and backyard barbecues, where slices of watermelon are fresh and juicy. To freeze time, if only just a tiny little bit, create a watermelon painting. Whether you're a novice painter or a pro with a palette, this four-step process is actually no sweat, and nearly as sweet as the real thing.
No shame in grabbing a grocery store sheet cake to sweeten your next special occasion. But why stop there? It only takes a teensy bit of extra effort to spiff up an otherwise ho-hum dessert. Even better: No need to be a pastry pro or make a dozen different frostings to recreate all those cakes you're saving on Pinterest.