BY skye in Crafty on Sep 07, 2010 |
Right in the heart of Williamsburg on Bedford Ave, you can walk into SPACECRAFT and get down to business…crafty business that is! SPACECRAFT offers weekly workshops and classes taught by local artists. One of whom we here at BUST have a special kinship to, Buffi Jashanmal. Buffi interned here for a while and has since started her own clothing line, Quiet Riot Dubai. She is quite the renaissance lady- designer, stylist, TV presenter ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson in Crafty on Aug 20, 2010 |
Who thought bouncy balls and black stockings could make an awesome piece of jewelry? Thanks to Erica Domesek of P.S. I made This I am now the proud owner of this little number.
Within minutes of stepping out my front door, a girl passing on the street asks where I got it. It's quite the conversation starter, and a colorful change from my usual pearl necklace.
Be sure to check out psimadethis.com for more cool, crafty projects. I might just make ... Read More
BY Alison Berry in Crafty on Aug 03, 2010 |
Hey there knitters/crocheters/crafters! Do you have a loved one or someone you know deployed overseas in any branch of the military? Want to do something to do something to say "thank you" to the men and women of the U.S. Military? Well, you can!
Operation Gratitude is collecting warm scarves and caps for the their 2010 Holiday Drive. So what better than to donate handmade?
Operation Gratitude is a non-profit, volunteer-based corporation ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Crafty on Jul 23, 2010 |
Lose those disposable pads and tampons and try out reusable alternatives for a greener period this month! Investing in items like sponge tampons (earthy!), a Diva Cup (lasts 10 years!), or reusable pads (cute patterns!) can really help out in reducing ozone depletion and trash waste. Today, the Huffington Post has a great informative slideshow if you're new to the idea of eco-friendly period gear. Also, if you're feeling crafty, here's a site with great ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Crafty on Jul 15, 2010 |
One of the things I remember most about being a kid in the summer were the endless days at the local pool, letting my hair turn green from the chlorine as my friends and I pretended to be mermaids. We would let our hair down and try to keep our feet together as if we had mermaid tails. If I could go back in time knowing that I actually could have a real mermaid tail, I would be the coolest kid at the pool! Here's this awesome craft project from Instructables to ... Read More