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Australian Makers Stay Home Round-up


Stay Home with the company of Australian Makers and Creatives

We are learning that distraction is a powerful technique during a stay home pandemic lockdown. Focusing on a creative activity helps move your energy inward and may even force you to forget to refresh the homepages of the news websites you have permanently open your computer.

Working on a creative project or activity is also a wonderful tool to spark connection. Whether it be with your iso-mates at home, or via your Instagram feed, collaborating on a shared creative goal is a great way to feel a sense of purpose.

Like so many of you, our days (or even hours) have been up and down. The changes we’ve been adapting to have been hard. The devastating effects we’ve already seen on our beloved community has been heartbreaking. We accept that things have, and will continue to change as a result of this pandemic. But there is also hope.

The agility and resilience we’ve seen the Australian maker and creative community have shown towards the stay home restrictions has been truly inspiring. Below, we are sharing a round-up of activities and projects to help you through these times, staying home.

Top image features Outer Island’s Colour With Us FREE downloads available here

Australian Makers Stay Home Round-up

Stock up on supplies without leaving the house thanks to Kitiya Palaskas’ craft packs and freshly stocked craft supply store
Hone your attention to detail highlighting the unique markings of birds with these FREE colouring pages from Outer Island
Follow Easy Iso Craft by Beci Orpin on Instagram for a heart warming and growing collection of easy activities with a focus on reusing materials around the home.
Join Alice Nightingale in the online edition of Free Art Club! A great way to nurture your need for connection and creativity
Katherine Sabbath Greatest Hits the eBook, is now FREE TO DOWNLOAD on Apple Books. It’s worth the download for the pictures alone.
Download Studio Tinta‘s FREE natural dying eBook to get extra resourceful with all of your food scraps!
You’ve probably burned through your entire “good candle” stash so why not have a crack at making your own with this kit from You, Me & Bones
Is this even real? Pete Cromer bringing the goods with these fun and free printable activity, great for kids!
Heidi Helyard is offering a FREE back issue of her popular educational newsletter subscription Studio Scraps. Dip your toe, you might find your new calling!
Grab yourself a DIY Tote Bag Kit from Nene and Bop, perfect for anyone with a craft itch who isn’t sure where to start
Why not start a #100daysproject, inspired by Little Rowan Redhead, a 100 day veteran who’s choosing to focus on gratitude this year.
Get crafting thanks to Jeff McCann’s paper rocks workshop, only $5! How many will you make?
Another 100 Day Project for those with a penchant for crochet! Homelea Lass has made it easy for you with her FREE heart pattern download.
Learn how to coil your own little fabric basket using recycled fabric through an online course with Ministry of Handmade

Are you a maker in business looking for a supportive online community?
Head to Make Good Things Happen to learn more.

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NB: In the interest of transparency some links above are affiliate links. These allow DBP to continue to provide our services and resources at affordable prices.

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