Whether you’re a seasoned DIYer or just a beginner, Babble’s third annual Top 50 Mom Craft Blogs will inspire you. The moms on this list offer an incredible variety of ideas for DIY crafts and accessories to try with the kids — or by yourself. (Don’t worry: we won’t tell anyone how easy most of them actually are!) Thanks to our panel of craft lovers and industry insiders, you’ll see some new names on this list along with old favorites. And if we missed a crafty mom you love, please nominate it in the comments. Glue guns at the ready! — Amy Reitersee the full list »
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The What’s What: Handmade Charlotte will inspire you with keen-eyed daily design posts and DIY projects and tutorials. The site’s author, Rachel Faucett, says she sees the endeavor as a big collaboration between herself, her readers and the projects themselves. That means you’re a key ingredient in bringing projects like DIY Jumping Jack Bugs (made using cereal boxes and toilet paper rolls!) and DIY Fabric Bird Wings to life.
The Mama: Handmade Charlotte author Rachel Faucett is a designer for brands like Anthropologie, Coats & Clark, and Plaid Enterprises. She lives on a farm outside Atlanta with her husband, five children and, she says, an “ever-changing menagerie of animals.” Rachel has a weekly column on Babble Voices and also contributes regularly to the Martha Stewart Living Blog, MAKE and HGTV.