Im looking for something creative to do. Ive never been into sewing/cross stitch but i cant seem to find anything to take my interest.
anyone any ideas.
Thought about wooden roses as display's or bouquets but i dont know, anyone help?
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Beadwork (http://www.interweave.com/bead/beadwork_magazine/) is interesting too, though it can take a while to build up the skill to make the really breath-taking pieces. You could also do a class to get into jewellery making with a wider range of materials; you get to play with all sorts of heavy duty equipment, and it's surprisingly easy to start working with silver sheet and gemstones.
Pottery? Lots of potential there. Watch 'Ghost' again for some excellent inspiration :D .
Quite like the idea of pottery but it maybe the thought of patrick swayze thats making me interested:hihi:
Make your own wine and enter competitions worldwide :)
Now that does sound fun, any info?
How about Scrapbooking... cardmaking?
Very addictive and the paper breeds when you're not looking:D
Or costume doll making...
What about dollshouses and miniatures! This utilises a huge range of craft skills from woodworking, modelling (miniature food, books, kitchen items), sewing (clothes and household items), painting (walls and artwork), working with paper, interior design, furniture making, carpeting, electric lighting installation, flower arranging, garden design........... in fact everything from the real world but on a miniature scale! There is no limit to what you can create. You don't need to find room for an enormous dolls house - try a room box or a garden or conservatory. If you don't want to stick to one specific craft, this might be good as different miniature projects require different skills. I try to avoid the usual dollshouse stuff - Georgian mansions are not my cup of tea. A shop is often a good subject to begin with.