Here at Craftster we’re celebrating our tenth anniversary this month! For ten years, we’ve encouraged people to jump into crafting with both feet – it doesn’t have to be perfect, it just has to be fun! To get in to the celebratory spirit, we’ve recommended some of the most popular tutorials written by our forum […]
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Who doesn’t love holiday treats? This peanut butter chocolate oreo bark will surely be a hit with whoever receives it. You can see the full tutorial and recipe here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=218438.0 For more great gift ideas check out our specific gift guides or our full list of ideas. Gifts for Children Gifts for Crafters Gifts for […]
Creative thoughts from Craftster Guest Blogger MareMare… What do you get from saltine crackers, butter, brown sugar, and chocolate chips? One of the best and easiest (not to mention affordable) desserts for the Holiday Season – Christmas Crack also know as Chocolate Toffee! Friend of Craftster jennieingram posted this wonderful Christmas Crack recipe in 2008, […]
Candy is closely associated with many holidays all over the world. Lately we have been in a Halloween mood here at Craftster, and that means ghosts, costumes, scary movies, flickering candles, skeletons, and, of course, candy. Lots of candy. To satisfy our sweet tooth we have assembled a collection of delicious candy recipes and ideas […]
I thought my fellow geeky Craftsters would appreciate this motherboard birthday cake crafted by letuescarpe. I mean, really, who wouldn’t love details like wafer cookies for RAM slots and an After 5 mint as an Intel chip? No tutorial is even necessary for this one! Grab your cake, frosting and have a blast decorating it […]
For this week’s Tute Tuesday, we are highlighting sewidarity’s awesome tute for making palm trees out of hard candies. Her method could easily be adapted to other shapes as well. These adorable palm trees are perfect for decorating cakes and other desserts for a tropical or beach themed party. Your friends will wonder where you […]
Since this is my first Easter with a little one around, I thought I would feature some kiddie crafts. From decorating their own egg hunt baskets, to picking out flowers and leaves to dye eggs, there is surely something for everyone in the family here.