My favorite is Merveilles Enpapier.
That is such intricate work, I can’t believe it’s all made of paper! Thanks for introducing me to some new ideas
I don’t use YouTube very much, mostly Pinterest for images for inspiration. But the Paper and mixed media craftalong group has shared some great online videos for ideas. I really liked this one -
I like just get it done quilts and linocut boy for printmaking
I have a TV in my studio, and like to play YouTube while crafting.
The CrafsMan Steady Craftin is my brother from another mother. He experiments with all kinds of materials just to find out what they can do.
Ann Reardon’s How to Cook That is mostly baking, also tests gadgets and debunks viral videos from content farms. Very entertaining. Ooh, I haven’t seen her latest, where she creates an edible Bob Ross painting. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bilh4O0wvak
There are some creative TV shows with many episodes online; my favorites include
The Great British Sewing Bee
The Great Pottery Throw Down
Zumbo’s Just Desserts
Oh,and Mark Montano, author of The Big AssBook of Crafts
My favorite channels are Srushti Patil, Jennifer McGuire, Handmade cards ideas, A Card Day’s Work
There are many tutorials on how to make greeting cards, card making ideas, tutorials, paper crafts, origami, paper folding, handmade, scrapbook, crafts ideas, arts, gift ideas
I like Lori Marie Jenkins
And Christine McConnell
I watched it the other week as well! I Lucy! As a fellow historian, I love that she’s both a trained historian and still genuinely excited. I can almost hear some of my professors tut-tut in my head every time I watch one of her shows.
I just love ribbon embroidery and also high relief embroidery. I have a huge loom prepared for my first attempt (that is if I EVER get to it) as I really want to get into this, as well. As usual, my being too eclectic often sidetracks me. But this stuff really spins my wheels! It’s just gorgeous!!