Hey there, I’m Angela and welcome to my Savvy Homemade.
For years I’ve been making handmade things. I’m always in the kitchen, shut away in my craft room or generally hot gluing up a storm around my house. Not everything I make turns out amazingly, but we’re all human and we’re always learning.
Learning to make my own handmade things, to use myself or gift to loved ones, has been one of the most satisfying journeys of my life… and I’m not done yet! There are so many things to discover, so why not come along for the ride?
Grab your apron and load your glue gun, let’s make handmade gifts together…
What You Will Find At Savvy Homemade
SavvyHomemade is all about home crafts and learning how to make gifts and other handmade things. We have lots of step by step tutorials to browse through below, and even more via the Free Content Lybrary where as a member you can read premium content, download Ebooks and enter contests, all for free.
Armed with this info and lots more to come you’ll soon be making things better and longer lasting than many store-bought items! Browse the highlights below or click on a category to scroll down:
My Favorite Handmade Things Are Bath & Beauty Recipes:
Here are a few of my favorite diy beauty recipes. Each time I give one of my these as a gift, the recipient is fascinated and totally intrigued by the idea that ‘I made it myself’.
Soap Recipes Make Wonderful Handmade Gifts:
I’ve found that natural soap recipes make fantastic handmade gifts and below you will find some of my all-time favorites. Several of these recipes are made from scratch and have been uploaded with full tutorial photos.
Exploring Some New Crafts & Creative Hobbies:
For me, learning new creative hobbies and crafts to do at home has been both satisfying and exciting.
Getting Creative Around The Home:
While the economy was still getting back on its feet, we had to watch the pennies and save those dollars. making handmade things to help do things cheaper than normal seemed like a logical idea to us, and making your own things is a great way to save cash.
With so many comments and emails asking where we get our ingredients for recipes and the equipment used for our handmade things. I thought it would be great to create a page that links to all of the guides on this site and the items involved.