This article will introduce some major websites that can be an inspiring source for your Crafts projects. It is well known that "novices copy and the artists steal" ;-), most are in English, but the images speak for themselves.
I start with Pinterest, which is defined as "The world's catalog of ideas", is somehow a bank of images / videos, supplied by users who upload their creations (among others) on their pinboard. The site is a good "visual" search base if you are looking for inspiration/ideas.
Etsy, no need to introduce it, this 10 years old peer to peer e-commerce is well know among amateurs or pros artists who want to sell online. This website lets you see the trend of the moment (if you sell your creations) through the statistical tool and is also a source of good ideas. The French equivalent of Etsy is"alittlemarket" ou "alittlemercerie", which also worth a look.
Archives.org, this website give access to copyright free content or "almost", video, text, audio, images, photos. The image bank is interesting. I recommend the one from the "Metropolitan Museum of Art" : The content can be interesting for scrapbooking or as inspiration. You will also find some books on art, craft and other creative activity, for example some magazines on knitting: https://archive.org/details/knittingmagazines
Instructables, include DIY tutorials in general with some on DIY crafts. A good place to explore if you need some action.
Craftster.org, also include tutorials and DIY crafts, even if it is a little harder to navigate on it, you'll find from the thousands of projects some ideas and inspiration.
This short list is just an introduction, the web is full of small blogs that are just as interesting as the one above, if you know how to use a search engine. 😉