I work at a craft store and can’t think of what craft to make. Help me come up with fun ideas :)?
I’ve recently been employed at a craft store which I love, and have already done wood burning, candle making, mum making (Texas thing), and painting. Now I’m stumped on what I should do next. We give classes at the store I work at so the more I learn, the more classes I could give. Any ideas on something that people would want to learn how to make?
- Pat WoodenLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
I may be biased, but I absolutely love doing needlework of any kind. There's even evidence that the repetitive touching of needlework has a tranquilizing effect.
I suggest beginning by learning crochet--it's very simple to learn and you can make small items, perfect for beginners. All you need is a crochet hook and some string or yarn--easy to carry around. The yarn sleeve will tell you what size hook to use for that yarn. Purchase an instruction book or look on the Internet for instructions..
After crochet, you can learn knitting, cross stitch, embroidery, quilting, weaving, rug hooking, punch needle, etc. if you want.
- 7 months ago
a jar with pee in it
- RonaliLv 48 months ago
Anything that can be made out of sturdy cardstock, colored paper, patterned or scrapbook paper, like greeting cards, gift tags, and bookmarks.
- rogerLv 78 months ago
Silk Screen printing
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- Anonymous8 months ago
Fall wreaths. Christmas ornaments, beaded or other type. Door signs for kids' rooms.
- Aster RhoidsLv 78 months ago
Build a neighborhood.
My theme was Christmas. What about yours?