Tips for Setting Up a Craft Room (part 2)

  Divide Your Work Space Into Zones Make your workspace tidy and convenient by dividing it into zones, for example, an area for your computer and digital needs, another one for crafting projects (sewing, painting, paper crafting, etc.), and another one as a gift wrapping station. If you want to take pictures of your crafts, organize your photo equipment next to the window. There is not any standard size that fits all people’s plan to establish work zones. You have to set up zones and determine your crafting needs according to your preferences. That helps you stay efficient and organized. Windows That Can Allow Natural Light into the Room It is wonderful if your craft room has large windows with natural light pouring in. However, this is not possible for all crafters because many are stuck in basement areas which only have small or nonexistent windows. Many crafters have blogs

Football Player Paper Plate Craft

  This is instruction about making a football player with a paper plate. It is a special gift for your children who love both crafting and football. Instead of using the template eyes, if you cut out holes in the football player craft, you can convert it to a mask. Attach a tongue depressor or paint stir stick to allow your children to hold it up to their face. Materials: color paint and paintbrush (you can keep the football player’s face white if you don’t like painting) paper plate color printer or something to color with a pair of scissors glue paper printer Options for mask: thin strip of wood, paint stir stick, or tongue depressor. Instructions: Paint the bottom of the paper plate flesh color (you can leave it white if you want). Print out your craft template choice. Color if you want to use the black and white