Asked on May 10, 2017

Looking for project ideas

Katherine AnneJohnSarah
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wud like to see a little more small items for someone who can not get around well and must sit to do most things......etc......
6 answers
  • Hillela G.
    on May 10, 2017

    You're in the right place!!!
  • Dee
    on May 11, 2017

    What kind of crafting do you enjoy? No matter your interests, you can find something here. Even a large project, like painting furniture, can be scaled down to an easy, simple project: A little stool that you can paint or refinish, or a picture frame. Paper crafts are easy and lots of fun! Check out the flowers and wreaths you can make from old book pages. Tell us what you love, and we'll find a craft for you!
  • Susie Lee
    on May 11, 2017

    Allow me to make some suggestions for you.
    1. Jewelry making.
    2. Card making and scrapbooking
    3. Bead making with Fimo Clay
    4. Learn to make boutique hair bows on YouTube
    5. Learn to crochet. There are many how to videos on YouTube

    Also, go to Pinterest and search small craft ideas.

    Hope this helps!
    😊
  • Sarah
    on May 11, 2017

    I make jewelry, sun catchers, and windchimes from old chandelier crystals and glass beads. All on a TV table! Fun and occasionally I make a little money at it!
  • John
    on May 12, 2017

    I too have mobility problems and make a decent living by doing quilling and acrylic pours.....both are easy, cheap and profitable....look on youtube.com for training videos of each...maybe you will enjoy them as both are soothing projects to relieve stress or in my case combat ptsd and require only minimal mobility...most of my quilling is greeting cards or small pictures
  • Katherine Anne
    on May 12, 2017

    Mason jar crafts are a wonderful option for you! You can simply pour acrylic paint on the inside and then turn upside down for the paint to drip out onto a cookie sheet covered with plastic Wrap. When the Mason jar paint is dry... you can then decorate the outside of the jar with pretty ribbon, muslin or string... even using jewels, like old costume jewelry,can beautify them quite a bit,as embellishments. There's so many ways to craft mason jars that no one person could do it all in their lifetime. I'm just kidding, but there really are many choices and they really are appreciated and wanted by so many people. If you're giving them for gifts or if you were trying to sell them, either way... I think you would enjoy doing it and it would be appreciated by the recipient or the person buying it from you. Hometalj has so many ideas regarding mason jar crafts, as well as, other sites, like Pinterest. Once you start looking, you will be very excited all the options you have. When you decide on a couple things you want to craft, please share with us... you're finished craft. We would love to see it!
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