22 People Who Have Truly Gifted Hands

2 years ago

There are about 90 different types of crafts. And all of them require people to create impressive things with their own hands. It can take anywhere from several hours to many weeks but it’s definitely worth the results. And we have some images to prove it.

Bright Side gathered examples of patience and attention to detail that can clearly be seen through handmade goods. These creators have some serious talent, and you can see it for yourself.

1. “Finally done with my version of the strawberry dress.”

2. “I crochet horror icons as teddy bears.”

3. “I recreated Beth Harmon’s dress from The Queen’s Gambit.”

4. “I carve avocado pits and make necklaces like these.”

5. “I made my old girl a sofa to people-watch from.”

6. “I made a mountain napkin holder from some offcuts.”

7. “A handmade tulip gourd lamp”

8. “I made my first armor ever and it was easier than it looks!”

9. “I made a paper-mache hot air balloon into a hanging planter.”

10. “Made a climbing wall in the basement for my kids.”

11. “Took me around 8 hours. I drew the design then embroidered over it.”

12. “I made a jewelry case for Christmas for my girlfriend.”

13. “Took me forever to make those pompoms and the result is amazing.”

14. “Built my girlfriend’s daughter a kitchen playset for Christmas. Bedtime has been a battle ever since.”

15. “Made my sister a wooden chest with the Harry Potter book collection in it!”

16. “In an effort to beat prenatal depression, I decided to bond with my baby through a knitted project.”

17. “Transformed our yard into an oasis.”

18. “As a first-time woodworker, this was my first project. Cat bowl boards!”

19. “A secret Santa gift for my mom — she’s hard to shop for but loves and appreciates handmade things!”

20. “Got inspired to make a wooden burger puzzle for my nephew!”

21. “Made this hot air balloon for my daughter’s first birthday!”

22. “How it started vs how it ended”

Do you like to create things with your own hands? What kinds of crafts do you do? We’d love to see photos of your work in the comments.

Preview photo credit lirikamatoshi.com, Paurovas / Reddit


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