Sunday, March 15, 2009

Crafty Blogger Blurbs

I'm a bit behind this week on my blogger blurb post. I'm blaming it on ATT/Yahoo I was without *gasp* email for an entire day this week and then had to play catch up. Talk about frustrated I'm sure I have more grey hair after dealing with their lovely tech support...I'm not sure who they were supporting, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't me at the time! In fact I think we should all be given that manual they have to look through to help...heck it would save them time wouldn't it! It's kind of like that missing parent manual none of us got!

About Family Crafts Find out how you can make your own cards, party invitations, favors bags, place cards, napkin rings, gift tags, and much more to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner Are you using Google Image Search to its fullest? Swelldesigner shows you how to find better images and information and save time while doing so!

Cathie Filian Recycle your junk mail and old papers into beautiful handmade designs with Cathie's easy tutorial.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world This week at Craftside there are 2 fun "J" ATC's made with free downloadable graphics, tons of info about the June session at the Squam Art Workshops, a mini journal made from a recycled card, a cool creative exercise and some interesting quilting folklore.

Crafty Princess Diaries Jewelry Validation! Nothing gives you validation, no matter what your craft of choice is, like having someone actually purchase one of your creations.

Cross Stitch at Guest writer Lori Fellows presents another fun and easy Cross Stitch project. Learn to make an Easy No-Sew Vase Cover using your choice of free patterns.

Layers Upon Layers Cyndi shares the simple steps she's used to create a collage with mono printed papers

Naughty Secretary Club Customized wearable cupcake toppers that look as good on your cupcake as they do around your neck!

Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery Stefanie folds up some cool envelopes with the help of Karen Elaine Thomas' new book Origami Card Craft.

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