I swear I'm going to start a blog post saying something like "What a calm and quiet weekend I had!" But this was a great weekend regardless, even if it wasn't calm or quiet. I got to visit family and some wonderful forever friends. I helped my Mom with a project and we did a little garage saleing (how do you spell that??). And there's nothing better than laughing and joking with good friends over lunch that lasts for hours.
But now I'm home and there's much to do, but I wanted to share some links before I dive into the work to be done.
The Artful Crafter
Ideas for decorating canvas tote bags.
Craftside--A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
At Craftside there is our author schedule for Maker Faire-booth #219!, Lab 47 from the wonderful book Collage Lab and the cake die cut design I did inspired by it, tips on how to get your dog to sit for a photo and info on the gallery opening A Consequential Tea in Brooklyn with Kristin Muller.
Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter
Madge has sold her seventh book! Read all about it and about negotiating a contract in the fourth installment in her How to Write and Publish a Craft Book series
Cyndi has launched the first installment of her brand new e-book on bead embroidery...and it's free! Hurry over for your copy!
Aileen's offering a Blog Giveaway! See what she's giving away and the many ways you can enter to win!
Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
Embroidered scissors from the book Redwork from the Workbasket
Cathie shows you how to print your own fabric with dishwasher gel and cookie cutters.
Cross Stitch at About.com
Create a stitching-themed sampler with a saying from Ellen Birdseye Wheaton. All back stitch and a single color of your choice. Challenging but quick stitch.
About Family Crafts
Learn how you can make your own personalized garden stepping stones.
Monday, May 17, 2010
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