Working on writing our first book has been one of the most amazing projects. It seems like it will be forever until I get to show you what we’ve been creating for it. Like all projects I work on, having a piece that is community driven was very important to me. Getting to collaborate with other bloggers/designers was my favorite part of this book’s concept.
I spent way to many hours scrolling through the crafting online world during production of the book. Friends, you can put down the mouse and stop searching because this list of craft blogs that I found during my looking will cure your DIY block before you can even login to Pinterest!
Whether you need inspiration for home decor, fashion projects, kid-friendly activities or party tutorials, we’ve included a couple in every category. Some are famous craft giants while others are lesser-known treasures. Visit every one for a craft blog feast!
I was also inspired by all the lifestyle blogs I found online, here is a list of what I think are the best lifestyle blogs to look at for inspiration.
Now on to the craft blogs!
The no-sew sequin camera strap is from Sugar & Cloth, one of my favorite handmade blogs. Ashley is a rock star that uses all types of materials in her projects. Read on for the other 50 favorites! xoxo
Elsie and Emma are the cute sister duo behind the queen of craft blog, A Beautiful Mess.
Parties, weddings and things I like’ are the awesome DIY categories over at A Fabulous Fete.
Wardrobe tutorials are the focus of Geneva, the fashionista over at A Pair and a Spare.
Not only does the Ambrosia Girl share tutorials of playthings for little ones, she uses kid supplies such as shrinky-dinks to create elegant home decor.
Aunt Peaches is self proclaimed as “messy, sparkly, and more fun than a bag of possums.”
Brit + Co is an inspirational website community for creative living, making, and doing in the digital age.
C.R.A.F.T. is the acronym for a self-explanatory and super awesome name: Creative Really Awesome Free Things. What could get better than that?
Team Crafts Unleashed proves that 10 DIY heads are better than one. This alphabet icon piece above is a great example!
Recycled crafts have never looked better than on Creative Green Living.
Hank and Hunt is the blog that you need to visit if you are planning a celebration and need some standout decor. Jenny’s mind for things big and small is one I’ve always loved.
Using elements from nature are the material of choice over at Hello Hydrangea, where you are sure to find lots of inspiration!
The motto at Henry Happened may be “make it pretty, keep it simple” but this is great advice for more than just crafts.
Simple, natural, rustic, and slightly modern is the obvious style House of Earnest – they produce easy DIYs to be proud of.
Spotting fashion inspiration and doing it yourself is the unique idea behind I Spy DIY – so everyone can live out their dreams of being a fashion designer.
Krisha over at Jacks and Kate lived the banker-turned-crafter’s dream as a self-taught sewer and shop owner.
The Passionfruit business genius, and crafty creator, over at Just Love.ly has a tutorial for every level of do-it-yourselfer.
One of our favorite paper flower artists, Lia Griffith, includes templates for her garden of projects so you can pretend to recreate her skills.
Chelsea is one of the friendliest bloggers around and her site, Lovely Indeed, is an everyday read! Giant confetti and gold leaf lovelies are the focus of her pretty work.
Illustration, painting, and sewing always make the projects over at Mermag so inspiring! I don’t think there is a single site that I’ve actually used more in my everyday life.
The rainbow of colors found at MinieCo are a representation of the many paper tutorials you will find.
If you have ever crafted before, you know the powers of Mod Podge, and you need to visit Mod Podge Rocks. So many awesome ideas!
My Poppet is the sweetest craft blog, full of child-inspired kid crafts that will involve all your little ones.
Natalme is the source of sweet, rustic, wooden crafts for all occasions.
One of our favorite calligraphers, Oana Befort, provides updates on her projects that will break any creative blocks you might be having.
Oh Happy Day is another gorgeous site for party crafts and adding bits of bright happiness to your day.
The lifestyle blog, Oh Joy, shares more than crafts – which makes the tutorials extra gems that you can’t stop reading!
Oh The Lovely Things is full of just that- lovely things.
One Sheepish Girl is the online headquarters for natural dyes and all types of really cool string projects.
There are not many shops who also do blogging well, but Building 25 is the definite exception. Their site is filled daily with gorgeous photos and simple projects.
If you haven’t already met Melisa at a craft show where she sells her bohemian necklaces, then you need to visit Pie ‘n the Sky.
Something for everyone – Poppytalk holds a storehouse of craft inspiration to keep you busy on chilly fall evenings.
Pretty Prudent is the home of two friends devoted to family, and easy projects that you will love.
Every crafter has hoped someone will notice their skills and ask, “When that doesn’t happen…” P.S. I Made This.
Simple DIYs to transform every angle of your life into a design if you Say Yes to Hoboken.
Paper goods are the skills that will make you want to visit She Makes a Home. Her cards are amazing!
Take it from us, Shrimp Salad Circus is a can’t-miss website for your daily inspiration!
The super talented photography couple from Sincerely, Kinsey will make you wish you could travel the world taking photos and living in crafty style.
So You Think You Can Craft takes the fun of reality tv competitions to the craft-blog world!
For all things party DIY, visit Studio DIY. Kelly rocks a pinata like no ones business, daily.
The talented lady behind Tatertots and Jello has a project to share for every holiday and every moment.
Thanks, I Made It are common words from every crafters mouth, and you’ll be saying them even more after stopping by!
The DIY Village is home of the never ending honey-do list. Visit the blog to find out what that means!
Flower, paper and lots of cuteness from Brittany are happening over at The House that Lars Built.
The Red Thread is a sweet blog that provides elegant projects with bright splashes of color.
Everyday projects are made easier with the blogger behind The Silly Pearl.
The Sweetest Occasion exists so we can all replan our weddings every weekend. Ready, go!
The printables and tutorials found at Uncommon Designs will help turn your home into the cutest house on the block – just in time for the holidays!
Mandi is one of our favorite home creation geniuses. Her clever ideas and witty posts on Vintage Revivals will instantly make her one of your favorites too!
Parties, celebrations and handmade projects – Oh my! The talented Melanie won’t let you down over at You Are My Fave.
Brittany’s projects inspire me everyday at Paper & Stitch, her floral series has been a recent favorite of mine.
Which are your favorites?