- Upcycled Floral Brooch
Create a one of a kind floral brooch using upcycled pages from Austen’s own works
- Create Tambour Work Embroidery
Learn the easy to begin art of Tambour Work,
- Tea with Jane Austen: Ideas for using the Jane Austen Silhouette Cookie Cutter
Fun with flavors, using the Jane Austen Silhouette Cookie Cutter
- Create A Jane Austen Themed Christmas Bauble
Created from Upcycled pages of Pride and Prejudice.
- Create a Jane Austen’s Room Box: Dollhouse Style
Sir Alexander Cheflas details his method for creating an authentic Regency inspired Roombox
- Jane-O-Lantern: Picture Your Pumpkin Two Ways
Decorate for fall with these festive, Austen inspired pumpkin ideas.
- Paper Ships: An Austen Inspired Flotilla
Create your own flotilla of Austen inspired paper ships.
- Netting Instructions from Beeton’s Book of Needlework
It is amazing to me,how young ladies can have patience to be so very accomplished as they all are….They all paint tables, cover skreens, and net purses…
- How To Make a Sailors Valentine
Craft your own lovely valentine with these instructions, or order a kit to complete!
- Cloved Orange: A Regency Pomander
Enjoy the scents of Christmas with this easy pomander ornament
- Regency Silhouette Christmas Ornament
Artist Colleen Babcock shares her Regency ornament tutorial
- DIY Tea Wreath
Craft a ‘tea-lightful’ gift for yourself or a friend
- Staying Sharp with Jane Austen
create some Austen wrapped pencils and keep your muse close by!
- A Cameo Appearance by Jane Austen
BeBookBound’s Erika Price shares her cameo necklace
- Create A Regency Sachet
Sweetly sleep ensconced by the scents of the Regency
- “What Would Elinor Do?” Bracelet Tutorial
A Bracelet Tutorial by Margaret C. Sullivan
- Create an Upcycled Jane Austen Votive Candle Holder
This charming candle holder takes only minutes to complete and adds romantic “Austenticity” to any room.
- Dear Lillie Jane Austen Pillow Tutorial
Jennifer Holmes shares style secrets for creative crafters.
- Create a Jane Austen Christmas Tree Ornament
create a cute and easy ornament from the pages of Austen’s novels.
- A Jane Austen Birthday Party
Celebrate Jane Austen’s Birthday in Style!
- Create a Household Book
A wonderful way to keep treasured recipes
- Crocheted Gloves
Create your own to complement any outfit!
- How to Force a Hyacinth Bulb
(though the love of a hyacinth may be rather domestic)
- How to Cut a Silhouette
A Regency Portrait Pastime
- Cutting a Quill Pen
How to begin with a feather and end with a pen and ink
- Rolled Paper Crafting and Quilling
Instructions for two paper projects
- Paper Dolls
A history of Paperdolls and your own Regency Doll to print and cut out
- Make a Jane Austen Quilted Wall Hanging
Create a one of a kind wall hanging with a Jane Austen theme
- Silk Ribbon Embroidery
A lovely, easy project which can be mastered in an afternoon
- How to Paint Watercolour Roses and Landscapes
A very ladylike past-time
- How to Make Knotted Fringe
A useful decoration for garments and upholstery
- Make Jane Austen’s Needle Case
This needle case was made by Jane Austen for one of her neices
- How to Tie a Sailor’s (Carrick) Knot
Used in Sailing and decorative knot work
- Easter Eggs to Dye For
A centuries old tradition using natural dyes
- How to Make Soap
Make your own hand milled soap
- Jane Austen’s Flower Garden
Plant your own garden inspired by those at Chawton Cottage
- Cutting Edge Fashion
Delightful three-dimensional Fashion Plates
- A Jane Austen Christmas Ornament
Create a one of a kind gift this Holiday season.
- Plant a Regency Kitchen Garden
Incorporate heirloom seeds into your cottage garden borders.
- Create your own Regency Colouring Book
Print and colour your own plates of Regency Fashion
- Create a Festive Garland
Deck your halls with boughs of Holly, Bay and Ivy
- Stitch A Sampler
Create your own needle and thread masterpiece!
- How to Sketch a Rose
A woman must have a thorough knowledge of music, singing, drawing, dancing, and the modern languages, to deserve the word; and besides all this, she must possess a certain something in her air and manner of walking, the tone of her voice, her address and expressions, or the word will be but half deserved.”
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- Create a Pineapple Centrepiece
Pineapples, notoriously fickle and difficult to grow, have long been a symbol of hospitality and extravagance–in fact, Georgian confectioners were known to have rented pineapples by the day, to less wealthy customers, before selling them to be eaten by their more well-to-do clientele. The same pineapple might show up on several tables before finally being ...
- Polyvore Art
What is it and how does it apply to Jane Austen?