Craft Bloggers Unite 07/25/08

Blogged under Around the Web by Tammy on Friday 25 July 2008 at 3:34 pm

I finally managed to carve out a little craft time for myself today. I’ve been grading and grading and grading compositions endlessly lately, so today I allowed myself an hour of “play time.” It’s amazing how much more relaxed and better focused I feel. I try not to grade when I’m too grumpy because I don’t want it to affect my students’ grades. As it is, by this point in the semester I feel like screaming sometimes when I see a comma splice! But, just about a week and a half to go and I get a short break before fall semester begins. Needless to say, I’ve already started my craft “to do” list in anticipation of my time off. If you have been working way too hard lately, take a break and pick up some crafting ideas from my fellow craft bloggers.

About Family Crafts
In honor of the upcoming Summer Olympics, why not create your own backyard Olympic games! Cross Stitch
New to Cross Stitch? Learn the basic stitches and you will be well on your way!

Aileen’s Musings
This week Aileen’s showing you how to create your own carved mermaid stamp postcard. Don’t forget to leave a comment and enter her blog giveaway!

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
Over at Craftside you can get your fill of funky chicken wire jewelry, organize your bits with a slice of wood, embellish virtually anything with a crochet bullion stitch embellishment, stitch a “fierce” plaid dress from a pair of pants, and learn how to make an ATC tag to label it all!

Crafty Princess Diaries
Are you a little “organic” sometimes when it comes to crafts? Sometimes “winging it” can be fun and productive as shown by these cool Blythe doll clothes crocheted by the Crafty Princess.

Layers Upon Layers
Anitra Cameron shares the story behind her enchanting “Coffee Pot People”

Stefanie Girard’s Sweater Surgery
The sweaters stayed in the drawer this week and crafts were made with a tiny globe and an empty cat shaped wine bottle.

The Impatient Blogger
Margot talks about crafting a life worth living in this contemplative post.

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