• DIY Felted Wool Pom Pom Coasters

    There are so many fun things to make with felted pom poms. We’ve always been drawn to these whimsical yet functional felted pom pom coasters. Learn how to make these colorful felted pom pom coasters and trivets too!
  • DIY Felted Soap

    Whether you’ve always wanted to learn how to make your own felted soap or you’re just learning about these amazing fuzzy things, my kit and How to Make Felted Soap instructions will walk you through the process from start to finish.
  • Cheers!

    We’re rounding the corner into that busy time of year when you may be racking your brain to come up with the most wonderful, original gift ideas. Luckily, you still have time on your side. When writing your gift giving lists remember to support local businesses, local boutiques, favorite artists or handcrafters.
  • DIY Felted Acorns

    We just can’t resist filling our pockets to the brim with the fallen acorns scattered all about the trail on our brisk morning walks. Learn how to make irresistible and easy felted acorns with the acorn tops you've collected.
  • DIY Wool Pom Pom Garlands

    Oh what fun to hang festive and colorful handmade garlands on your holiday tree, adorn the banister of your bed, or use as decorations for your upcoming engagement party, baby shower, or birthday party. Have fun making multiple strands and tying them together so you can span a large space.
  • Treasures in Plain Sight

    If you’ve ever gone for a walk with a child, you know there is a treasure to be found every few feet. There are rocks, twigs, leaves, feathers and flowers that must be pocketed and brought home. What do you do with the piles of treasures once you’ve brought them home? 
  • DIY Wool Pom Poms

    Did you know that you can make colorful pom poms of any size — from mini, pea-sized pom poms to dryer balls — with scraps of wool? It’s so easy! All you have to do is wind your pieces of wool into a soft ball, dip into hot, soapy water, and gently roll into shape with your hands.
  • The Magic Ingredient

    There are more benefits to using handmade soap than just the cleansing aspect. 

    When using handmade soap, you’re essentially feeding your skin healthy oils and glycerin, which attracts moisture from the air and keeps your skin hydrated. Take a look at the last ingredients in a bar of handmade soap — the magic ingredient.

  • Where’s the Lather?

    Your felted soap needs a little coaxing at first to get that wonderful lather working. Before you try it out in the bath or shower, soak your new felted soap in a bowl of hot water overnight. This will help soften the hard, cured bar of soap encased inside the wool covering.