Craft Ideas for Adults

Welcome! Ready for some fun craft ideas for adults? Nothing relaxes me more and gets my mood in a happy place like making crafts! There is something so special about handmade crafts ideas for your friends and family.

This page is full of many different ideas to help you decorate for the holidays as well as, for your home.  Just click on the links to see the tutorials for these fun projects.

How to Make Paper Flowers

Learn how to make paper flowers from brown paper!

Unique Bridal Shower Gift Idea

Make a really neat photo craft idea for the bride-to-be! Have the bride’s engagement photo printed into a large engineered print, mount onto tempered hardboard, and frame with scalloped trim!

State String Art

Print out your desired size of the state you want to use for this project.  Stain or paint your board.  Tape your paper state cut out to the board, and using 1″ nail hammer in the outline of the state.  Keep your nails close together.

Nail a heart shape in the middle of your state.  Then begin with twine or desired string choice and loop from outside nail to inside nail.  Easy and fun!

Valentine Craft Ideas

Want to make a unique Valentine decoration using an old board, vintage knobs, metal letters, and ribbon?

This napkin ring craft idea doesn’t have to be for Valentine’s day only.

Easter Craft Ideas

Make an Easter wreath with little eggs, flowers, and adorable carrots.

Create a special Easter table with personalized place cards.

Fall Craft Ideas

Make a pumpkin topiary for your front porch.

Nothing says “welcome” like a beautiful fall wreath on your front door!

Halloween Craft Ideas

This is my all time favorite Halloween craft idea! From an old dollhouse to a scary haunted house you can use as a table centerpiece.

Craft Ideas for Christmas

Christmas tree skirt made from burlap and felt.

Make a special door decoration for the holidays.

Paper Mache Letters

Learn how to make the cool faux rust paper mache letters!

Photo Craft Ideas

Take a regular photo, change it into a watercolor painting with Photoshop.  Then apply photo to canvas using Mod Podge!
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