8 Amazingly Charming Craft Blogs to Stalk ...


Crafting is an amazing way to get your creative energies buzzing and these 8 amazingly charming craft blogs to stalk have just the thing you need to feel inspired.

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1. Dollar Store Crafts at dollarstorecrafts.com

Dollar Store Crafts is hands down one of my top favorite craft blogs.

Who knew so much crafty madness could be created with the most random crap from dollar stores.

These crafters are excellent at turning meaningless junk into works of art and decor.

And, because everything comes from the dollar store, it's cheap!

2. One Pretty Thing at oneprettything.com

Everyday Rachel at One Pretty Thing searches the Internet community of craft blogs and forums to bring her readers a list crafts.

How awesome is it that she does all that work for her readers?

It sure saves time looking for that stuff yourself, and the less time you have to spend scouring the web for crafty ideas the more time you can spend creating and crafting.

3. U Create at u-createcrafts.com

Kari started her craft blog, Ucreate in 2008.

Her goal is to inspire other crafters with brilliance by sharing the current trends in crafts.

She is joined by fellow crafty friend Becky who uses crafts as a way to encourage creativity and imagine through crafting with her children.2

4. Crafterella at crafterella.com

Crafterella’s Korinne brings her own unique touch to craft blogs.

She has a motto of always trying to do things herself first before calling in a professional, of course somethings are off limits.

Wouldn’t want to fry those creative brain cells in an electrical mishap.

None the less Crafterella is a site worth stalking for edgy and fun crafts.2

5. Mod Podge Rocks at modpodgerocksblog.com

Amy at Mod Podge Rocks wants to decoupage your world.

She joins the craft blogs with her sticky glue, sealer, and finish ideas to make crafty readers think outside the box.

Her site offers a great tutorial to get started in with Mod Podge.

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