Craft Bloggers Unite 08/29/08

Blogged under Around the Web by Tammy on Friday 29 August 2008 at 6:30 am

Welcome to the holiday weekend for those who live in the States. Though we are celebrating Labor Day, I know a lot of other crafters like myself plan to use this weekend to work, but work on crafts, which isn’t always like work though you feel like you have really accomplished something. I’ve started my mental to-do list. What about you? If you are thinking of getting a little creative this weekend with your own to-do crafts, here are some bloggers with a few ideas for you.

About Family Crafts
Would you craft with elephant poop? Learn more about how you can… Cross Stitch

Going Down in Flames? How do you deal with stitching burnout?

Aileen’s Musings
Check out Aileen’s Mail Art from the heart tutorial and send your own surprise in the mail!

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
Ho-ho, uh, ho? Yes, the holiday’s have hit at Craftside with free downloads of templates and pattern paper for a dimensional ornament card, a how-to for sculpting a squirrel and acorns, and a beaded flower. There are pictures from The Modern Mark Making Release Party and a fun little survey that gets you entered to win any craft book you like from The Quayside Publishing Group. Let those opinions fly!

Crafty Princess Diaries
Stop the social networking insanity! Tammy gives you some tips on how to use them but not have them abuse your precious time.

Layers Upon Layers
Molly “Porkshanks” Friedrich is an assemblage and jewelry artist of extraordinary talent…with an extraordinary story to tell!

Stefanie Girard’s Sweater Surgery
Fall leaves are the inspiration for a “Leaf it to Me” beaded ring.

The Impatient Blogger
Sometimes it’s about what we craft with our hands and sometimes it’s about what we craft with our hearts. Margot talks about why our life is our most profound creation and why she’s focused on crafting hope.


  1. Comment by Ken — August 29, 2008 @ 11:54 am

    I always look forward to Friday’s…to see the photo of the big ball of pink yarn. It puts a smile on my face! 😉

  2. Comment by Tammy — August 30, 2008 @ 11:08 am

    I’m glad to hear that!

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