Sunday, June 27, 2010

"I'll be back...uh crafting!" all ya'll crafters

You know when you see guys like this...
there is going to be someone like this. If you can't quite tell that's our illustrious "Govern-ator"! Yup, Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke at the launch of the California Volunteers Disaster Corps.

Wouldn't it be funny if we crafters needed two "Suits in sunglasses" to walk around with us?

OK that's your daily giggle. Onto some crafty link-olas.

The Crochet Dude

Get out your hooks and warm them up because Drew reveals all the projects from his upcoming book "Crochet It Love It Wear It - The Ultimate Collection for Every Occasion". You are not going to believe how gorgeous crochet can be!

The Artful Crafter
How to make a wooden country critter wall plaque.

Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
Green Ring and wire earrings inspired by the book 101 Wire Earrings by Denise Peck

Mixed Media Artist
Cyndi has gathered up all her favorite collage and quilt techniques to share.

Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter
Have you ever felt like the 'red headed step child?'

Crafty Princess Diaries
Tammy is hitting the school books again but takes a moment to review her summer crafting and other accomplishments.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
Craftside's got a chance to win a copy of Jennifer Worick's Simple Gifts and how-to's on making a silhouette, a homemade flea collar for your dog, stringing rings onto a ribbon necklace and a fun video interview with Drew Brophy the author of How to Draw with Drew Brophy.

Carmi's Art/Life World
Carmi uses the sweetest bird embellishments to make a card set.

Aileen's Musings
Watch Aileen's newest video and see how she transforms a boring canvas bag into a snazzy colorful tote!

About Family Crafts
Read through Sherri's tie-dye tutorial and you will discover how easy it is to create your own colorful, tie-dyed t-shirts and more.

1 comment:

kate The kid said...

the funniest thing i have ever seen was last year in Nashville and the guards in the hotel/conference center were talking into their sleeves...i never imagined i would see people really doing that in real life, it made me laugh, but also sobered me a bit...the night before there was a big shin-dig with former president clinton, etc. at the hotel. i saw a bunch of men in black suits hanging around looking scary, but no one was talking into thier sleeve...amazing that what i saw on tv was also *real*

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