10 Free Home Craft Projects

Get creative with these 10 fantastic free craft projects

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1. Painted Crockery

Pick up a paintbrush and allow your imagination a free rein. Hand painting your own mugs, cups, plates and bowls is a great way to design original pieces that match your kitchen décor and they can also make terrific gifts for loved ones. All it takes is a little creativity, patience, and ceramic paint! Why not try this project from Crafts Beautiful and involve the whole family?

Go to Projects: Crafts Beautiful

 

2. Cinnamon Cocoa Melt & Pour Soap

Making soap for the first time isn’t difficult and this quick and easy beginner soap recipe comes with a fun twist. There are four common methods you can use to make soap: melt and pour, cold process, hot process, and rebatching. This project from The Soap Queen uses the  melt and pour process so is not soap from scratch but instead uses a pre-made soap base which is then simply melted and molded.

Go to Project: Soap Queen

3. How to Make a No-Sew Face Mask from a Bandana

You can do your part to protect yourself and others during the coronavirus pandemic. Since many authorities are now recommending the wearing of cloth face coverings in public, especially in supermarkets and pharmacies, it's more important than ever to make sure your face is properly covered. You can easily sew your own mask if you have fabric scraps and basic sewing skills, but just in case you need protection in a pinch, this project from Country Living has got you covered.

Go to project: Country Living

4. Coastal Inspired Display Jars

This simple idea from Baker Ross uses a basic knotting technique to create stunning coastal inspired display jars. Once you have mastered the basic technique you will be able to adapt and adjust the design, adding more threads to create more complex pieces. Why not give it a go and see where it takes you.

Go to Project: Baker Ross

5. Quick Crochet Stained Glass Afghan Pattern

If you're new to the world of crochet, you might be a little intimidated when it comes to crochet blanket patterns but here is a superb and quick crochet pattern from All Crafts Blogs that you shouldn’t find too difficult and will look fantastic when completed.

Go to Project: All Crafts Blog

6. Three Drawer Chest to Bar Cabinet

This brilliant project from Addicted 2 DIY will guide you in how to turn an ordinary 3 drawer chest of drawers into a fantastic wine cabinet. This is a great idea for refurbishing an old furniture item and could easily be adapted to different types and sizes of storage.

Go to Project: Addicted 2 DIY

7. Peekaboo Crochet Blanket Pattern

Check out this wonderful Peekaboo Blanket Pattern from Yarn Punk! Look how lovely it is with the small rabbits included. Perfect for young children!

Go to Project: Yarn Punk

8. Colouring In Pages

Colouring pages are not just for children. In our modern and often stressful world, colouring can bring tranquility, a reduction in anxiety and better mindfulness. These great colouring patterns from Hattifant will help so, go ahead grab some coloured pencils, pens or crayons and start to unwind.

Go to Project: Hattifant

9. Free Rainbow Crochet Pattern

Following the recent trend of many people putting rainbows in their windows to spread a bit of joy, we thought this would make a perfect free pattern for these pandemic times. Everybody loves a rainbow, and we all need a bit of extra colour in our lives right now and this rainbow pattern from Gathered uses some of the most basic crochet stitches, so it’s a great pattern for those who are new to crochet. 

Go to Project: Gathered

10. Printing with Flowers

Here is a fun project from Elise Engh that uses easy to hand small flowers and grasses to create fantastic looking artworks for framing or creating unique greeting cards. This could also  be an ideal venture to involve the kids in.

Go to Project: Elise Engh

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  1. I love these craft project ideas.! Especially the painted crockery. The kids loved it.

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