Monday, September 29, 2008

Coolest Graffiti Sticker Ever! and Crafty Blogger Links Monday!

Have you ever turned the car around while driving to go back and photograph something?
Well I do and did when I saw this graffiti sticker on a power box. You all know I simple love scissors and all they can do, but my other love is the hammer. It can create and destroy as too. It is a beautiful design and so useful.

A silly saying I have heard, maybe military or of mechanic origin,

"Everything's a hammer unless it's a screwdriver then it's chisel."

Well while contemplating this check out what the fabulous Crafty Bloggers are up to this week!

The Impatient Blogger
Come see the entries in The Impatient Crafter Happy Cute Make Kewpie Doll Challenge 2008! (I've got one over there!)

Crafty Princess Diaries
Are Halloween crafts on your list of things to do? How about a little lampwork ghost lariat? The Crafty Princess has a few other Halloween goodie ideas floating around in her head right now.

Layers Upon Layers
Do you find yourself snapping pictures of things just for their texture? Cyndi wants to know what you do with these shots.

Cathie Filian
Check out Cathie's top 10 pumpkin tips and cozy up to fall with recipes for a homemade butternut squash soup and an ultimate grilled cheese sandwich.

Aileen's Musings
Discover what deli paper and sprayable watercolors have in common when you watch Aileen's slide show and see how to create your own bodacious background papers to use in your art or as backgrounds for your scrapbook pages. Cross Stitch
Halloween is coming soon, but there's still time to stitch some designs to add to treat bags, t-shirts, or Halloween trees.

About Family Crafts
Check out this special events calendar to find out what holidays, birthdays, and other events are celebrated in the month of October; plus, find ideas for crafts, games, and other activities to help you celebrate.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
It's an upcycled crafty Halloween at Craftside with projects like a recycled sweater devil horn headband, mixed-media bottle cap necklaces, mosaic stepping stones with all sorts of goodies thrown in, clay acorns and a silhouette figure study technique from L.K. Ludwig's new book-True Vision.

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