I have done many crafts in my time.
Spinning my llama wool, knitting it.
Before that I did the painting on articles -folk art, and also the one where you build up layers of the same picture -cannot remember what it is called.
Also learnt to crochet and I'm sure I have tried a few things, but forgotten them!
I adore crafts of all different varieties. My arthritis prohibits me from continuing with them though,which is heartbreaking for me. I have done calligraphy and made my cards since my teens.I also done spinning,weaving,knitting, sewing,embroidery,tapestry,really fine grade beading,drawing,painting,making bookmarks, drying and pressing flowers,then creating pictures with them,Quilling, etc.,etc... Honestly,just way too many to list. The beading and the calligraphy always have given me immense satisfaction along with my card making.
I do a lot of it.
I make stands for cake plates, I collect old things and make a work of art with them.
I paint watercolors, and sell them...(not really craft).
I do a design on note books that is 3D.
The list is endless, but I do mainly upmarket stuff, so we can sell for a good price...and the money funds 'missions' for people .
Say the homeless, or people who go without etc.
The pic is one of mine, I just did.
Yes, I'm a very crafty person and love making things! I've just started publishing articles on Classie (a new HG hub) showing how to make various craft projects.
I can knit, sew (machine and hand), quilt, crochet, paper crafts...... just love it!
I have got to be THE most 'craft-less' person on earth! It doesn't appeal to me in any way, shape or form! BUT, I admire greatly those who do ANY craft!
My Mother did a 'Floral Arrangemrnt Course', for both dried & live flowers. She was excellent at it, as she was with most things.
I remember well stopping by the roadside to pick 'bullrushes' & 'pine cones' which were spray painted, canisters had become the 'rage' at this time, in gold or silver. They made wonderful centre-pieces for the table, especially at XMAS time.