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Marlies' Creative Universe(2 contributions)
Marlies Cohen calls herself a creative maven and has been crafting all her life. Everything in her life is affected by her creativity and her house is her gallery. For the last 10 years she has had her own website and freely shares her ideas. She takes inspiration from her surroundings and sees her crafting not as work but as playing and experimenting, especially when it comes to recycling. Coming up with new uses for these items has become second nature.
Mrs. Fox's Sweets(2 contributions)
Follow Christina at Mrs. Fox's Sweet's, as she shares her adventures in baking and decorating sweets! Check out fun how-to's, tips, and tricks to make it all a little simpler.
MyWeb3000.com provides fun activity ideas for families and educators. You'll find innovative paper plane designs, Chinese craft projects, snowflake patterns, tangram games, and much much more.
Kathleen Ricketson is the originator of WhipUp.net and has this to say about the site. "This website has been created in order to bring the best original and exciting crafts to the attention of many. To create a community of artists, crafters and makers and share ideas in a central space."
Figures In Motion(2 contributions)
Artist and 'award winning publisher', Cathy Diez-Luckie created Figures In Motion to publish captivating activity books for children that are not only educational, but also lots of fun to use. The Famous Figures historical action figures series makes the study of history memorable as children make movable action figures of the great men and women of the past. Famous Figures of Ancient Times: Movable Paper Figures to Cut, Color, and Assemble is the latest book from Figures In Motion. Explore your love of history with a free monthly e-newsletter at http://www.figuresinmotion.com/club.html
Bit O Shine(2 contributions)
This blog is the property of Molly Kozera who writes, "I'm always trying new things! Photography to origami, knitting to decoupage. I love to create something from nothing or take something pre-made and generic and transform it. It's all about making do, reusing and keeping the cost low - with style!"