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This is the place for those who are always thinking about the next craft to try. If you can´t stop yourself from trying yet another craft, join us! Let´s share some work and discuss how we use our different skills to create

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Latest Activity: May 29, 2012

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Comment by Allison Williams Hill on January 15, 2012 at 12:12pm

Hi Mara,

Thanks for the invitation.  I took a moment to see all of the wonderful work others have created.

Comment by cqGin9911 on December 16, 2011 at 7:17pm

Hello :) I think it's great to learn about new art skills to build or add to our own or create a whole new concept. Glad to find a interesting variety! :)

Comment by Colleen Scott on June 18, 2011 at 12:51pm

I do beading and sewing right now. I would like to try working with Paverpol. Has anyone ever worked with this?

Comment by Colleen Scott on June 18, 2011 at 12:49pm
Hi. I am a newbie. This looks like a great site and great people.
Comment by Bao Ly on February 20, 2011 at 12:52pm
I get inspired by taking trips to places that I have never been before, it’s like a dream where you don’t know where you are but it’s beautiful and you’re comfortable, maybe you could stay there longer…sometimes it’s the other way around, and you want to leave but you’re trapped. These are just some of the ideas that inspire me to create.

I started learning how to handcraft lanterns from a friend who does it for a living, some of the styles are his but I found that it's pretty fun and challenging. Lanterns are a great way to display great impressions about a host’s artistic taste. Displaying a set of original lanterns on your table or an outdoor living space can make the whole place look warm and inviting.
http://www.craftsu.com/photo/albums/lantern-decor
Comment by Darkfireworks on January 31, 2011 at 4:01pm

Hello!  I've done swordsmithing to needle point and just about everything in between.  Right now I'm on a bookbinding kick.  Check out my shop on Etsy if you'd like to know more: http://www.etsy.com/shop/darkfireworks

Happy Crafting!

Comment by Lisa Connor on November 28, 2010 at 4:41pm
Hi, I'm new my name is Lisa. I am a graphic artist and knitter. Here are my sites http://www.artisanhandbagsandmore.com
http://www.zazzle.com/DesignsbyLisa
Comment by Frances Robson on November 20, 2010 at 7:37am
I knit, crochet, make jewelry, sew, and I'm ADD so always have multiple projects going. Also and avid reader and cook so this must be my group. Looking forward to reading all your posts., I also blog and have and Etsy shop.
Comment by Dinah on October 29, 2010 at 5:25pm
This appears to be the place for me to start! Depending on my mood, I do loomed beadwork, or really small, hand-pieced quilts, or jewelry, or knitting (mostly socks), or crochet, or drag out the sewing machine and make something...or try something new. I even dabbled in scrapbooking for a while.
Comment by Rhonda Flanders on August 6, 2010 at 9:23am
Hi Everyone!
Is this the place to come when your head is swimming from all the kinds of craft projects you're always trying?Lol!I first started out by just sketching & painting.Then I got interested in crafting & I'm always learning new kinds of projects.First I just did native/american crafts & then I went into country crafts of all kinds.I found my element!I do plastic canvas,dolls,woodburnings,it's just so fun to span out.Hmm!Wonder what I'll try next!
http://artsytartsycountrycrafts.ecrater.com
http://blujay.com/Artsytartsy
 

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