Filtering
Help
Search by keyword / Author
Search by keyword :
?
Looking for a specific craft tutorial or tutorials? It's the right place! Search bars on this site (at the top bar or here) allows you to search for what you want to find. For example: an "unicorn costume".
Pro tipsBroaden your search by using fewer or more general keywords (and don't forget to check your keyword for spelling mistakes).
Search by author :
?
Looking for craft tutorials from a specific author / publisher ? It's the right place! Start typing a name, and our system will provide a few suggestions with the given name. If you have found who you were looking for, please choose him/her from the suggestion list.
Filter options / order
Order :
?
Here you can determine the crafts' listing order.

- If you are just casually browsing trough: choose "randomized"
- If you are looking for what's new: choose "fresh first
- And if you feel nostalgic: choose "oldest first"
Tutorial type:
?
Here you can choose from different craft tutorial formats. Written craft tutorials usually come with automatic translations, easy to browse, and print friendly. Video tutorials are more visual, which makes them much easier to understand.
Pro tip: If it's your first time with a specific craft technique, choose a video tutorial for the best results.
Difficulty:
?
Here you can choose from different difficulties. Difficulty indicates how easy (or difficult) the craft tutorial/craft is. Choose one which suits you the best.
Pro tip: If you are looking for crafts & DIYs for a specific group (for example preschoolers or master knitters), difficulties can be a great help to find different crafts that suit their skill levels.
Category :
?
Categories:  Craft categories will help you discover new crafts to fit your needs. Categories are usually large groups with one main topic, but not as exact and useful as sub-categories if you are looking for something specific.
Pro tip: If you are looking for a specific craft type (for example: Christmas decorations,or Kids'crafts ) choose a sub-category as well!
Sub-category :
?
Sub-Categories:  Sub-categories will help you discover new crafts to fit your needs in specific topics. Sub-categories are just perfect if your are searching for specific crafts & DIY tutorials. 
Pro tip: Choose a sub-category to narrow down your search results in specific craft topics.
About us
Mindy is an enormous, hand-picked, quality checked, and categorized craft / DIY tutorial collection. Our mission is to help you discover the world's best free craft tutorials, patterns, and printables! We have fantastic crafts, helpful tips, and step-by-step tutorials from talented and passionate craft bloggers all around the world. Our library consists of thousands of in-depth craft tutorials and covers an immense variety of crafts and hobbies. Whether you want to see specific crafts or just collect a few fun ideas, our team will be here for you every step of the way! Browse through our craft tutorial collection and transform the everyday things around you into fun and useful things! Whether you’re looking to master a new-to-you hobby, improve your skills, or simply get inspired, Mindy is here to help.
How to use this website
Join us to learn crafts, share the joy of creating new things, and learn more each day! Here's a little help on how to use our features:
How do I get more information about the craft?
Click on the craft's photo! This will lead you to the inside view/details view. There you will find a blurb / short review, useful information about the selected craft and a link to the tutorial,pattern or printable
How can I save my favorites?
After registering, you will be able to save your favorite crafts by clicking on the heart icons on them.
How can I share my favorites with my friends?
It's simple: create organizers/folders! After logging in, go to the "favorites/collections" page and create a PUBLIC folder. Place your most cherished favorites into this public folder, and simply share the folder's link with others!
How can I submit craft tutorials?
It's also super simple! Just click on the big pink "Submit tutorial" button at the top of the page, fill up the submission form, and click on "submit"!
The translation is gibberish, what can I do?
Mindy collects crafts and DIY tutorials from all around the world, so presumably, you will find tutorials that are not English. For non-English tutorials, we provide an automatic translation. This automatic translation is generated by Google Translator (an artificial intelligence), which often causes gibberish. We apologize for that! Unfortunately, we cannot fix this, but this is the reason why we collect only photo-rich, detailed tutorials. Feel free to contact us if you need help with a craft.
How can I report a bug?
At Mindy, we take great pride in the quality of our collection and services. If you ever come across something that you think needs to be improved, please reach out by using our contact form.
I need more help!  Terms,Conditions & Policies Contact
Have a nice, creative day!
Mindy
Oops! We built this site using the latest techniques and technologies, which makes this site faster and easier to use. Unfortunately, your browser doesn't support these technologies. For better user experience and for your safety please upgrade your browser (or install a new one):
 Chrome  Firefox  Safari  Internet Explorer  Edge 
Have you found what you are looking for? If not, please try again with a more common word or form. (For example: instead "how to make gingerbread house" try "gingerbread" or instead "marigold bouquet" try "flower bouquet"). If you still can't find the desired craft & DIY tutorial in our site, visit our categorized craft idea collections by the upper menu, or come back later - because  we will expand our collection with fresh and exciting new craft &DIY ideas (&tutorials) every day!
DIY Button shaped sugar cookies - Christmas gift idea
These delicious (and easy!) Christmas button cookies by Celebrate Creativity are way better than any old gift card.These button shaped sugar cookies are also pretty easy to make and it's a perfect Christmas present for cookie lovers.  There are many reasons to love the holidays, but Christmas cookies are definitely on the top of that list.  These button shaped cookies are sure to sweeten up your Christmas , and impress friends at your cookie swap! A platter of these adorable button shaped sugar cookies  will impress any guest this holiday season.
. . .
Marshmallow frosty chocholate hats
Ready to spread some Christmas cheer? Start your holiday baking with these simple treats! These snowman chocolate-marshmallow hats by Inside Bru Crew Life are so easy to put together, you will be surprised! This snowman chocolate-marshmallow hat is a perfect winter/Christmas party snack because who doesn't love chocolate?
. . .
DIY oreo cookie notebooks
Everyone likes Oreo and other Chocolate Sandwich Cookies ! In this video craft tutorial she will show you how to make small DIY notebooks that look like this amazing dessert ! But of course you can make other food notebooks with this simple but still amazing technique: imagine a macaron, a doughnut, a pizza or other round desserts/foods ! The possibilities are endless! You can use any scrap fabrics to create one for yourself ( or you can gift it ) , plus you can upcycle some paper junks with this nice craft idea which is also very nice!
. . .
Mummy cookies for Halloween - easy desserts
This super adorable Halloween mummy cookie by Diane (from Created By Diane ) is the proof the gingerbread cookie cutter isn’t just for Christmas time! Make some yummy mummies with your favorite gingerbread or chocolate chip cookie recipe, they will be delicious in any form! If you haven't got gingerbread man cookie cutters at hand, you can bend one from an empty (and clean) aluminium drink can! This delicious and super funny mummy cookie will be a great hit at your Halloween party, and it doesn't need special baking or cake decorating skills!
. . .
Milk carton shaped treat boxes ( with free template )
She used a scalloped rectangle die to create a window in the front of this beautiful milk carton shaped container, then stamped a simple design on each! These cookie or treat boxes are an easily mass produced craft project and a great way to present a homemade treat. And if baking isn’t your thing, handmade milk carton shaped treat containers are perfect for packaging something storebought, too. Show off your crafty, creative skills, even if the contents aren’t homemade!
. . .
Christmas cookie containers from empty Pringles cans
There’s not much better than Christmas cookies right?! ( Big cookie fans here. ) You can make them even better by packaging them up cute and taking them to a friend and this is a super fun way to do it. Make a cookie container from a Pringles can. It’s easy, it’s creative , it looks amazing and it’s a perfect fit for cookies ! Your friends and neighbors will love this gift ! How perfect and pretty does that Pringles cookie container look? And won’t your firends be surprised when they open it up and there’s cookies inside! ? And you can make this useful container in any style you want! You can use any other cardboard tubes to make a cookie container if you haven't got Pringles cans at hand.
. . .
Pig shaped salty or sweet cookies easily
These little pig shaped cookies will work well  with almost all types of dough whether it be a salty or a sweet one! You can make some piggies for your upcoming kids or New Year's Eve party or just for fun to sipce up boring ordinary days, the kids will love them!  This recipe calls for two different kinds of dough, and a filling, and it must be wonderful with cheese, oregano and tomato sauce! What can be more fun than a pig shaped declicious cookie dipped in a delicious sauce! These pig shaped cookies/buns can be nice treats or for the kids.
. . .
Dipped strawberry carrot and oreo
We are big fans of themed Easter treats (and to be honest, all delicious desserts, especially it involves chocolate and fruits!) Strawberries are a fruit that can make a natural transition into short, fat carrots with the help of orange candy melts (or white melting chocolate with a dab of food coloring). So goes this delicious little (Easter) snack with yummy strawberry carrots in pudding “dirt.” Oh, and did I mention that the chocolate dirt is actually Oreos? It’s all very tasty, and the look of carrots growing in the dirt is so fun. If you love themed Easter desserts, this idea is for you!
. . .
DIY Chick cheese balls - easy Easter appetizer
Get festive this Easter and make these adorable Easter appetizers – baby chick cheese balls ! These bite sized balls of fun are so cute and the perfect size to pop right in your mouth! Hungry Happening's baby chick cheese balls are tiny, yellow, and fuzzy, just like real chicks . Won’t they be a cute addition to your Easter dinner table ? To make these tiny cheese balls you can use your favorite cheese ball recipe or the bacon cheddar cheese ball recipe used by HH. Just be sure that the cheese ball mixture is not loaded with large chunks of meat, vegetables, or nuts. Follow along Beth's tutorial and learn how:
. . .
DIY S'more pot - mini grill (fire pit) from a terracotta pot
Sometimes the weather isn't on board, and you found yourselves snuggled up for most of the weekend listening to the thunder and watching the lightning through the windows. But when you’re set on having s’mores, nothing will quite satisfy that need for a roasted marshmallow. So, between storms make these incredibly easy s’more pots! Grab a terracotta pot, fill with charcoal to create this super fun mini (garden) grill or DIY marshmallow roaster. These terracotta pots are less than a dollar and you can use it again and again ! totally worth it! This DIY s'more pot can be a great addition to you garden party, birthday party or a fun way to set up a mini fire pit at a campsite.
. . .
5 Fun halloween oreo ball truffles
Here are 5 super adorable and festive Halloween oreo balls by Chelsea's Messy Apron! Monsters, pumpkins, bats, and mummies: each made with 5 ingredients or less! These Halloween Oreo balls are meant to be a super fun and quick Halloween treat. We're are absolutely in love with these wickedly good, incredibly tempting, party-ready Halloween Oreo balls!  For this year's Halloween, just whip up these fun and sweet desserts! Kids and adults alike will love these adorable little treats.
. . .
Gingerbread men cookies - fun Christmas gift idea
With this super easy cookie packaging idea you can turn boring store bought cookies into fun homemade Christmas treats in minutes! Brilliant isn't it? To create these super cute snowman cookies you will need a little cellophane ( or pre-packaged cookies ),a few buttons, and a cute ribbon! You can create the c ookie snowmen with sugar cookies or you can create other Christmas figures with brown ones ( imagine a cute gingerbread man from a chocolate chip cookies or an adorable reindeer from a gingerbread cookie )! This easy dessert packaging idea can be perfect for almost everyone at Christmas from family members, to teachers everyone will love them!
. . .
DIY gingerbread man garland - edible Christmas decor & gift
Do you love the heavenly scent of fresh gingerbread cookies ? Here’s a wonderful holiday project for your DIY pleasure using a basic gingerbread man recipe : a lovely and fun gingerbread men garland by Celebrate Creativity! If you’re not up for the challenge of building houses out of gingerbread ,this recipe is for you. All you need is a gingerbread man cookie cutter to make the shapes and use a straw to create the holes. String some bright ribbon and you’ve got a festive garland just waiting to be strung on your Christmas tree .
. . .
Cute little pig buns with bacon jam
Play with dough and make some super cute piggies stuffed with bacon jam and chorizo . They will be a huge hit! Because who doesn't love lovely piggies and bacon? The stuffing is so delicious, the buns are soft and tasty. The adults love them, kids adore them and their look make everyone smiles. Next time you receive an invite for a potluck or go on a picnic, make a double batch and bring the little piggies with you. You will be the baker of the year, we guarantee you.
. . .
Ad
DIY Chocolate covered wafer cookie bunny - Easter party snack
These super cute Easter treats by HungryHappenings look adorable at your holiday parties, and no baking is involved! The bunny is made out of a wafer cookie covered with yummy chocolate. Kids will love helping put the chocolate covered wafer cookie bunnies in their Easter baskets and also they will love them to eat!  Beth used dark chocolate to cover the waffle cookie bunnies but you can use white chocolate as well! These adorable chocolate covered bunny cookies will be perfect gifts for Easter to almost everyone because who doesn't love chocolate and bunnies? (Especially combined in one!) Follow Beth's tutorial and create a bunch of cute bunnies:
. . .
Little crochet s'mores bunny keychain (free amigurumi pattern)
With spring finally here, that means Easter is just around the corner! Do you decorate an Easter tree at this time of year? If so, this little amigurumi s’mores bunny by Spin A Yarn Crochet would make such a sweet decoration! These amigurumi s'mores bunny keychains are so adorable,fun and quick! These little crochet s'mores bunny key chains would be so cute on a little back pack or bag, too! This amigurumi s'mores bunny keychain is a perfect project for scrap yarn or those half skeins ! If you love this crochet s'mores bunny amigurumi pattern ,don't forget to check out Spin A Yarn Crochet's other amazing free amigurumi and crochet patterns:
. . .
Amigurumi Oreo biscuit (creme filled biscuits) - free crochet pattern
In this free crochet tutorial by Hello Yellow Yarn, you can learn how to crochet this adorable Oreo cookie in amigurumi ! This sweet amigurumi Oreo cookie is sure to bring a smile to any face! This amigurumi Oreo cookie is a wonderful gift for every special occasion. At Hello Yellow Yarn's blog you will find the free amigurumi pattern of this super cute Oreo cookie accompanied with a nice, detailed assembling tutorial. This amigurumi pattern is a fairly easy one, so if you are a beginner in amigurumis this fun little Oreo cookie is absolutely perfect to begin with!
. . .
Chocolate covered hedgehog cookies - fun fall snack
Unlike the real woodland creatures , these chocolate-coated hedgehogs by Cuplovecake dwell on snack plates and cookie trays. The little guys are fun to make and eat. These adorable hedgehog cookies are covered in dark chocolate and topped with chocolate sprinkler spines. The finished adorable and delicious hedgehog cookies will be sure to delight kids and adults alike and will brighten up your fall. This hedgehog cookie is super easy to make, and equally adorable, they're just perfect for your family. Get the hedgehog cookie recipe at cuplovecake.de and let's bake a bunch:
. . .
- - - No more crafts to show - - -
Support our work!
Welcome to Mindy! Support from amazing people like YOU means we can continue our work. If you enjoy this site, please consider supporting what we do. 

Your donation will help us maintain and expand our free service so everyone can enjoy and share the joy of crafting.

Thank you!
X Close