Gosh I just love that place. I only wish I was much more crafty. Before I went back to college a few years back, I loved to crochet, needlepoint, sew, draw, paint, and do paper crafts. Once I hit the books, everything else fell to the wayside. I’m slowly inching back towards my DIY lifestyle. Recently, I completed a distressed wood photography board to provide a beautiful place to set my dishes on and photograph to my little hearts content. Prior to that I repurposed an old garden rake into a kitchen utensil older.
Not only does Craftsy contain tons of video tutorial classes on every craft you can think of, they also have a foodie category.
Are you looking to take your crafting to the next level, or perhaps branch out and learn a new skill, but aren’t sure where to get started? Check out the Craftsy Free Classes, mini classes that allow you to sample everything from food classes (Who couldn’t use Complete Knife Skills with Brendan McDermott?), to quilting (How fun would A New Look at Longarm Quilting with Mandy Leins – FREE! be?), to photography (Seriously, Learn How To Take Professional Family Portraits with Craftsy for FREE! could only help us all & and its perfect for food photography basics, too.) and more!
5000 students have enrolled for the Complete Knife Skills class! Just register for your Craftsy account and get started! Once registered, check out ALL of the food and cooking classes Craftsy has available!
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If you’ve taken a Craftsy class, I would love to hear all about it!