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The Sweet Kili Kili Workshop crafts cute accessories with an edge. That barrette might look like a simply beautiful flower at first glance, but take a closer look and you'll find a tiny skull hidden beneath the petals. Any piece that isn't complete with a handgun or skeletal figure is still delightfully unique in its own way. Where else can you find a bracelet that features pearls, lace, and a mint chocolate waffle bowl? The Sweet Kili Kili Workshop's creations ... Read More
For seven years, the award-winning BUST Craftacular has presented folks around the world with some of the best handmade stuff out there. This year, we're setting up our festival in the gorgeous Brooklyn neighborhood DUMBO for an afternoon you won't wanna miss. We'll have over 120 vintage and handmade stalls, food trucks, a DJ booth courtesy of Onkyo Home Audio, raffles, and so much more. The best part: it's free! Here are just some of the sights and sounds you ... Read More
You might think you're too old to be decorating Easter eggs, but you would be TOTALLY AND COMPLETELY WRONG. This fun, green recipe takes all that artificial dye and crap out of the spring-y crafting project. Veggies make for lovely, lively hues paired with any temp tatt you like. (I'm personally a fan of the example that uses old school tatts.) The process is simple and the eggs are super easy to personalize, making the perfect homemade gift or addition to any ... Read More
Over 100 crafty people got together and made cool shit all day long this past Saturday at Brooklyn Craft Camp. The brainchild of DIY extraordinaire and author Brett Bara, Brooklyn Craft Camp brought together loads of makers for an entire day of crafting, and a plain ol' good time. Enjoying a delish donut from Peter Pan Bakery before the crafting begins. Embroidering with Jessica Marquez.    Campers got to take four 90-minute ... Read More
A simple floral print nail art design, perfect for spring! This eye-catching design will surely bring a vintage look to any outfit. Step 1: Start by painting your nails with a nude beige nail polish. Step 2: Using a small nail art brush, create a few circles on each nail. The circles don’t need to be perfect. Step 3: Using a thinner brush and a dark red nail polish, carefully outline each rose, then do several smaller C-shapes within the circle to suggest ... Read More
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