Sign made using my Cricut.

Okay, so I’m going to switch gears here. I’ve been stuck on posting for Christmas. However, when it comes to Christmas crafts, you have to start early or you won’t get them done in time.

In this article, I’m going to discuss my craft bucket list. I know we all have a bucket list of stuff we want to do before we die. However, how many people have an actual craft bucket list? I sat down recently and wrote one out.

I tend to jump from one craft to the next unlike most normal crafters. Usually they will all stick to one medium. However with me, I can’t focus on just one. Once I’ve done it I’m ready to move on. I’m always looking for something new to occupy my time with.

So without further ado, the following is my craft bucket list. I have lots planned out that I want to try so make sure to subscribe so you won’t miss out.

Make a Real Born Baby: Have you ever seen these. They look like real babies and sell for between a couple hundred to several thousand dollars. People have actually broken care windows to save the baby that was peacefully sleeping in the car.

Made using the Messy Paint Technique

Paint in a paint class: Have you seen these classes? Almost every area has them. They are where several friends can get together so they can drink wine and learn to paint a picture. Sounds like tons of fun to me.

Pottery: Who wouldn’t want to make pottery? The movie Ghost had really piqued my interest in the pottery industry. I mean Patrick Swayze who needs to say more?

Make Stain Glass: In the town I used to live in, there used to be a stain glass studio that held classes. Unfortunately, they are closed and I really regret not scheduling a class with them. When I visited the Navy Pier in Chicago a while back, they had a stain glass exhibit that I was totally fascinated with.

Knitting/Crocheting: My mom tried to teach me how to crochet when I was younger. Unfortunately, it never took in me. Some day, I would love to learn how to do both.

Wood Burning: I really want to learn how to wood burn. Can you imagine ornaments on those little round wood log pieces? What more can I say? Thanks to Scorch Marker, I was able to scratch this off my list.

Coffee Tumbler using Oracle 651 Vinyl.

Face Painting: I would love to learn how to face paint some day.

Calligraphy: I have the messiest hand writing. I really want to learn how to write in calligraphy. I’m sure this will help my crafting skills.

Cake/Cookie Decorating: My mom used to do wedding cakes. So I would watch her decorate them. Now, I can watch those videos on Facebook for hours and hours.

Power Tools: I want to learn how to use power tools. I think I want to start with a Dremel and move up from there.

Cross Stitch/Embroidery: Cross stitch and embroidery are both so pretty. However, they look like they would be intricate and drive me crazy. But that being said, I still really want to learn how to do it.

Videography/Photography: I want to lean how to edit videos so that way I can up my YouTube game.

Basket Weaving: I know this is somewhat of a lost art but I still would like to try it at least once.

I’m probably missing a few here or there but you get the gist of it. What’s on your Craft Bucket List??? Let me know below.

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