10 Handmade Products I Adore

1. Family Birthday Calendar Not only do I think this is

10 Quickfire Creative Business Tips from our Bestselling Partners

Richard Branson says that for any business, it’s good to have

My Crafty Confession

Hello– I’m Rachel Moore founder of the online marketplace Not in

Top 5 Tips For Selling Handmade Products Online

If you’re thinking of creating a business out of your passion,

Behind the scenes of Not in Shops

When Not in Shops first began I completely underestimated the work

11 Must-Do Textile Tours and Craft Tours in India

When it comes to travelling, are you the artsy-craftsy kind who prefers

7 Reasons Why Creative Entrepreneurs Must Have a Social Media Strategy

It is farthest from the truth that creatives just create or

Smart DIY – Shadowbox Art

Cutlery of certain brands comes packed in shadow boxes, you might

Interesting Handmade Jewellery

Circle Pin Brooch – Pursey Galore & More (America) Oxidised Copper

The last from me…

Today is my last post for *bespoke* magazine.  I’ve really enjoyed

Sweet Potato Rosemary Biscuits

Oops, there was a link error in this week’s *bespoke* e-newsletter.

I love doing easy DIY projects for around the house.

As you have now established with my previous blog posts, I

Smart DIY – Wood Block Art

I am sure many of you face the same situation –

Early Bird Orders for Issue 13

The inner animal edition of Bespoke Magazine is due for release 1

Project Life is a big part of me.

Project Life is truly is a HUGE part of me, and

A little lost without photo editing apps

Regardless of if you are a paper-crafter or not, phones are

Project ‘my’ Life.

You may have heard of Project Life. It’s a way to

Craft Benefits Your Children

One thing I know for sure is that my girls have

Kellie Winnell : A bit of this and a bit of that

HELLO, I am Kellie Winnell, the guest blogger for this week

Creative Spaces :: Tarryn Carr :: Creating, Mothering and Looking Peachy

The last few days have been pleasantly crazy due to the

Issue 13 – The Yarn

In the next issue of *bespoke* magazine we are focusing on

A Brooch Bouquet :: Hand Made, Simple, Beautiful, Meaningful

Have you ever seen a brooch bouquet? It was a new

Kirri-Mae Sampson :: Creative Spaces :: She’s a tactile one…

Kirri-Mae Sampson is a Melbourne based textile artist who specialises in

Creative Spaces :: Mezz Coleman :: Creativity in Chaos

Mezz Coleman is a singer, songwriter, crafter and op-shop enthusiast based

Why do you create?

Hello there! Are you a creative type? Considering you’re reading this,

Fast Five with Agnes Kruze-Kelly from Smukie

Today we meet Agnes Kruze-Kelly, maker at and owner of Smukie

11 easy recycled craft ideas for pretty handmade gifts

Guest post by Koren from The Little Green House Receiving a handmade

Banana bread crumble top muffin recipe

 Guest post by Alana from The Little Green House The kitchen

10 Australian artists designing recycled, handmade jewellery

Handmade jewellery and accessories made with recycled materials.

Fast Five with Alison Bolakis of Jadae

Today we meet Sydney mum of 4 and owner of/maker at Jadae,

How to upcycle old jars into colourful chalkboard spice containers

Jars are super cute and super handy. They make adorable gifts.

DIY Placemat

This is a really quick and dirty way to make a

The importance and value of the creative industry

Love this video about how important and valuable the creative industries

Patchwork – Basic calculations and accuracy

Patchwork is all about accuracy and the math that goes along

My crafting companion

I promised yesterday that this post would be cute. My cat

Brisbane’s best destination for everything handmade

In April, Brisbane’s leading supporters of indie craft, BrisStyle Inc. are hosting

Buying Fabric

I get asked a lot about buying fabric – mainly because

Colour your life

One thing that I am really passionate about in my craft,

Quilting Design Process

Hi! My name is Marni and I am a quilter.  I

Ten Useful Small Business Tips for Creatives

Oh, the many things I have learnt since I first opened