If you’re anything like us, your laundry room represents a mixture of pure terror, the potential for optimism and some kind of weird domestic purgatory where things go to die or just hang out but never quite make it to their destination.
What better way to prove to your friends, family and neighbors that you have “the most” Christmas spirit than by making your own outdoor decorations?
Anyone can go to Walmart, Target, Kmart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Michael’s, Hobby Lobby or Kohl’s to get their outdoor decor, but it takes a real Holiday Cheermeister to do it yourself.
Now is the time of year that it makes the most sense to have a fire pit, and even if it’s already starting to get cold in your neck of the woods, that doesn’t mean it’s too late.
A good headboard can make a bedroom seem more comfortable and relaxing. On the other hand, a bad headboard can make you want to stay up for days on head. Such is the importance of headboards.
Few things in life are as rewarding as growing and eating your own food. The last part of the process is just as rewarding, but no one wants to talk about that.
At MostCraft, we like to read. Which means we also like bookshelves, and we are of the school that believes 1) you can never have too many books, 2) you can never have too many bookshelves and 3) old ladders make great bookshelves.
MostCraft Product Reviews
Drawing & Sketching Goods
The 5 Best Calligraphy Pens for Beginners
The 5 Best Mechanical Pencils for Drawing
The 5 Best Brush Pens for Hand Lettering
The 5 Best Lightboxes for Tracing
The 5 Best Brush Tip Marker Sets
The 5 Best Liquid Chalk Markers
The 4 Best Alcohol-Based Markers
The 5 Best Pens for Doodling
The 6 Best Electric Pencil Sharpeners
The 4 Best Copic Marker Sets
The 4 Best Pastel Pencils for Drawing Portraits
The 5 Best Pens for Drawing Comics
The Best Paper for Copic Markers
The 5 Best Alternatives to Moleskine Notebooks
The Best Paper for Charcoal Drawing
Rhodia Orange Webnotebook Review
The 5 Best Guillotine Paper Cutters
The 4 Best Printers for Heat Transfer Paper
The 4 Best Laminators for Home Use
The Best Paper for Acrylic Painting
The Best Paper for Oil Pastels
Popular Goods & Tools
The 5 Best Die Cutting and Embossing Machines
The 4 Best Hot Glue Guns for Crafts
The 5 Best Headband Magnifiers
The Best Soy Wax for Candle Making
The 4 Best Mat Cutters for Home Use
The 5 Best Silicone Baking Mats
The 5 Best Creme Brulee Torches
The 5 Best Book Lights for Reading in Bed
The 4 Best Wood Carving Tools for Beginners
The 5 Best Wood Burning Tools
The 5 Best Dog-Proof Trash Cans
The Best Pepper Spray for Runners
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The 5 Best Beekeeping Suits
The Best Clay for Sculpting
The 5 Best Weed Barrier Fabrics
The 5 Best Bee Hive Smokers
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MostCraft makes it easy to find the arts, crafts and family products you want, but without spending hours getting lost in research and weird Internet stuff. We make it easy for you by reviewing products and offering helpful tips to discovering the things that might work best for you based on what you’re looking for.
We’re a husband and wife team who loves DIY projects. In early 2016, we had our first kids – twin girls – and until then we never realized how much time we spent searching online for the right products. Now that the girls are here, we don’t have a whole lot of time to dilly dally, so we know how important it is to get right down to business.
That’s the approach we take with MostCraft. We know you don’t have a whole lot of time in today’s busy world, so we make it easy to find arts and crafts products that suit your needs. We also point you in the direction of other alternatives if you just can’t find what you’re looking for.
We love doing DIY projects around the house and don’t even want to think about how much stuff we’ve bought to complete all the projects we’ve wanted to do. We want to make the most of your budgets, so we go out and find products that we’d get ourselves.
If you’d like to recommend a product, or a DIY project, or if you’d like to contribute your own content, we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a line here.