You’ve heard about the A List. Now we have something even better: The B List. Like our Brilliance in Blogging Awards, our new B List — the official name is The BritMums List — celebrates noteworthy Influencers in specialty niches.
With the B List, we name, highlight and celebrate an increasing number of Influencers with a diverse group of skills and talents. There are more bloggers and social media influencers every day — the B List provides curated lists featuring the best emerging and established talent.
This edition of the B List focuses on Art & Crafts! Stuck for inspiration? These bloggers provide it and also tell you how to do it! If you are looking for a crafty afternoon activity to do with the kids or want to immerse yourself in a creative project, you will find something to suit you amongst these bloggers.
Here are your Art & Craft bloggers of 2019
1. Sarah – Craft Invaders
Craft Invaders has an eco vibe, with plenty of crafts posts taking place in the great outdoors. Recycled craft, DIY and foraging are also themes of this blog which is aimed at adult crafters and also has plenty of inspiration for family crafts. There’s even a post on how to make a traditional liqueur!
2. Kate – Crafts on Sea
Specialising in crafts for children and toddlers, Kate’s blog has heaps of fun ideas for things to make with your little ones. There are plenty of ideas for craft projects by category too – camping crafts or summer crafts for example. If you and the kids are feeling bored this summer, check it out!
3. Jenni – The Bear & The Fox
Jenni’s colourful blog shares craft ideas, family friendly recipes, travel tips and book reviews and her ‘Lifestyle section is full of useful tips! To occupy the children this summer there is a great post on making ‘back to school’ bunting! A great idea to pas the time and excite the children for their new school year!
4. Sarah – Kippers and Curtains
This outdoor family blog from our very own Arts & Crafts Editor is a boho style, festival loving blog that tackles issues such as reducing waste and ethical clothing. Crafts range from marbling eggs to up cycling furniture sprinkled with plenty of family lifestyle tips.
5. Jenny – The Gingerbread House
This award winning crafts and family lifestyle blog has loads to do for families with school aged children. Choose from seasonal crafts to homemade teacher appreciation gifts, there’s also an adult craft section. Pikachu fans will love the tidy desk craft post!