It’s that time again! The Craft Challenge is Upon us and I’m very excited to start working on this year’s craft projects. I’ve been a Craft Challenge participant for the past 2 years and it’s been a really fun time. I’ve met bunch of new people and have tried a ton of crafts I’ve never thought of making prior to this challenge. You can see a full list of tutorials at the link above if you are interested.
What is The Craft Challenge?
Every month, participating bloggers will share their DIY and craft ideas and projects related to a particular theme. I will be linking to the other blogger’s posts so that you can see the variety of projects we’ve come up with. The posts for The Craft Challenge will be posted every Monday starting on January 30th.
How it Works
The challenge this year comes with a different set a rules. For the previous challenges, the participants agreed on a theme for each month. However, in 2017 we’re choosing a main material from our stack of craft supplies and working with that. For example, maybe in my stash, I have a lot of yarn, so I’ll use that for the January challenge.
|Emily, over at A Pop of Red, is the host of The Craft Challenge. Her blog is filled with fun craft tutorials and awesome recipes. I think the desserts are the best recipes.|
|Heather over at Shift Mama is a working mom who shares her travel, food recipes and craft projects.|
|Carin at Eclectic Soapbox shares a variety of stuff: everything from creative projects to adventure and recipes.|
|Vanessa over at Social Stampers is a designer and photographer sharing all things creative, such as craft projects and sketching ideas.|
|Mary at Sew Much Love Mary blogs about modest style, refashioning, sewing and scripture.|
|Jemma over at Thimble and Twig is the mom of 4 little ones. She shares her family’s adventures, baking recipes and crafting ideas.|
|Martha at The Art in Martha shares creative projects as well as some parenting advice and art stuff for the kids.|
I’ll be posting links to my craft projects here as I share the tutorials each month.
January: DIY Lemon Zest Soap
February: DIY Bottle Cap Bookmarks