Be glad in the Lord and rejoice! Psalm 32:11

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Oh, we're halfway there....

It's halfway point in CRAFTING WEEK, and I hope that you are enjoying the books and authors I am bringing to you!
I have always had a great love for crafting, and was encouraged by my mom and dad to try anything that I wanted, so I've done ceramics, I've made jewelry, I've decorated cakes, you name it, I've probably tried it.
My favorite activities are:
But I still dabble in anything that looks interesting to me!
What do you like to do with your hands?  It's National Craft Month, and for an extra bonus entry for the fabulous giveaway I have for this week, leave a comment here on this post, tell me what type of crafting you like to do and I'll add these entries to the others!
In case you forgot, here's what I have to giveaway on Friday night!

A hand-painted crafting bag of goodies that will include -

A copy of Vickie Howell's "Craft Corps: Celebrating The Creative Community One Story At A Time"
A Crafty Killing: A Victoria Square Mystery by Lorraine Bartlett
Miss Scartlet's School of Patternless Sewing by Kathy Cano-Murillo
The Union Quilter: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel by Jennifer Chiaverini (ARC)
A skein of sock yarn and a crochet hook
A package of gorgeous beaded stitch markers!
and a few more goodies that will be added as the week goes along! 

Good Luck, Happy Reading, and this month - Happy Crafting!


Myra C said...

My favorite crafts are crocheting and knitting. And I have enjoyed the crafting posts!

Margay said...

I love to knit. Even as I sit here waiting for pages to load up, I'm knitting!

Falise said...

Been crafing for most of my life even though I had no crafting influences as a young girl. At one point or another the follow come to mind: sewind, decoupage, paper arts, scrap book, fleece blankets, more decoupage projects, painting, knitting, beading, stamping, crocheting, more decoupage and glitter, bling and bedazzling too.

Happy Crafting Week!

Carol N Wong said...

I love knitting, cross stitching,and a lot of different kinds of embroidery. I have made purses, eyeglasses holders, scarves galore,
a vest and I bought a book of transfer designs of of designs used in Chinese opera. I transferred the designs to different colored t-shirts. So, if you see someone at the grocery store in a t-shirt with embriodered dragons, flowers or lions, you will know it's me!