Craft Links & Where Is Florence Nightingale?

Blogged under My Crafty News by Tammy on Sunday 27 November 2011 at 2:49 pm

My Thanksgiving holiday is ending up not that great. While I did mange to get some crafting done as well as some school work that I had to do (yes, even on vacation), my hubby has ended up with a major cold. It started off the day before Thanksgiving with a soar throat and a few aches, but he put in half a day of work, and then came home and chilled with the idea of “nipping it in the bud.” Yeah, well, the bud was not nipped, and now he has a fever as well as major aches and pains. I’m hoping we can get him to a doctor tomorrow because not only does he feel awful, but he’s pretty much driving me crazy. He’s too hot. He’s too cold. He needs some soup. I need to check on him more. Then I check on him and end up waking him up when he was finally about to fall asleep. Where is his 7UP? What’s wrong with this pillow! Geez!

I was so not meant to be nurse, and the worst part of all of this is that I woke up with a tickle in my throat today, and there is no way I can miss school this week. I have early morning classes, student presentations that have to be done this week, and one last craft club meeting, not to mention all the research papers that are stacking up in my drop box for me to grade.

Hopefully, some of my fellow craft bloggers had a better holiday!

Carmi’s Art/Life World
This week Carmi has a little card tutorial featuring Popcorn the bear digital images.

Craft. You.
This week on Craft. You. we feature craft activist Corrine Bayraktaroglu a.k.a. Jafabrit.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at our crafty world
This week at Craftside there is a cool video on how to make moldable foam rubber stamps by Traci Bunkers, recipes for sweet potato pie with sesame praline, baked pestototoes (baked pesto potatoes), and being thankful for a cool spin on zipper design.

Eileen – The Artful Crafter
It’s that time of year to harvest (or buy) hard shelled gourds for crafting. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter
Retrofabulous Christmas Craftabration marches on with some upcycled holiday greetings inspired by a 1966 Christmas Helps magazine!

Mixed Media Artist
Cyndi shares the sometimes frustrating process of laying out fabrics for a new quilt design.

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