Sometimes you just need a sheet of graph paper but don’t want go out and buy a pad. GeneratedPaper.com solves that problem by letting you print out as many pages are you need. You can find music paper, lined paper for your child’s handwriting practice and even blank tic tac toe sheets.
If you like to read longer magazine/news articles, then the aptly-named Longreads is the site for you. You can save them to Instapaper or Pocket to read offline on your phone. I find it perfect for the daily commute.
Chocoblog is the perfect website for chocolate lovers. It has fantastic recipes and detailed reviews on a variety of chocolates (from the fancy to the not-so-fancy).
One Good Thing by Jillee is a fantastic resource for tips, tutorials and recipes. I just learned how to “unshrink” clothes with baby shampoo and found a recipe for alcohol-free hand sanitizer.
Tally’s Treasury full of great ideas, patterns and tutorials if you’re just starting out with crafting.
MiniEco is full of amazing tutorials that we really want to try.
True Blue Me and You collects links to “unique and doable” DIYs from sites all over the internet. Now you can find tons of great projects in one spot.
Share some bunny love with Urban Threads’ Bunny Project. Make some bunnies, add the downloadable tag and leave them in public spaces for someone to find.
There’s a free template for this quick and easy project. My 6 year-old even sewed a couple (I embroidered the faces and sewed them shut).
Katy’s posted up
Some great sewing tutorials up on her blog, Sweet Verbena. Her pocket tutorial was particularly helpful.
If you’re looking for fun and fashionable DIY projects, check out A Splendid Assemblage. Detailed step-by-step tutorials make it super easy to recreate these projects at home.