Saturday TastyLinks!

We're rehabbing the studio...again.  These shelves are jam packed with craft supplies and I've got even more bins waiting for more shelves.   It's amazing how much stuff you amass when you craft for a living...and as you all know every time you take up another crafty discipline you have to get new crafty supplies and tools.  I'd love to have a pretty studio, but let's face facts...this is a work area.  I'm here to make money, not impress people with my perfectly coordinated cabinets and decorations.  I can do that downstairs in the living area!  My studio was a disaster zone, but we're working on making it better for an upcoming event.  I can't spill the beans yet, but I think you're all going to be pretty excited when I do!

It's that time once again!  Here's another weekly dose of crafty goodness for your perusal.  Big crafty shout outs to Rachel of One Pretty Thing and the folks from Craft Crave for linking to my blog this week!  Don't forget to sign up for more info from the new craftacular website The Shape of Things to's going to be revolutionary!

About Family Crafts
Sherri shares some suggestions to help you celebrate National Craft Month.

Aileen's Musings
Aileen's altered a pair of old white tennis shoes and gave them a whole new look....they were pretty wild but she's toned them down with some spray webbing. She's even worn them out and about and received some great compliments on them! 

Beading Arts
Cyndi is running a contest on Beading Arts, and the prize is an absolutely free advertisement!

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
Craftside's got a post about working with grids in mixed media, a ribbon embellished quilt from The Quilt Bible, 3rd Edition, tips on outlining a photo and a bunch of journal pages from 1000 Artist Journals. 

Crafty Princess Diaries
Tammy shows off some jewelry she and her husband made for a local charity auction, perfect for animal lovers!

Farm Girl Roots, City Girl Style
Linda's making progress in the sewing and craft room. Check out the closet! 

Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter
Ever wondered what it takes to get a craft book published? Join Madge in this first installment in her How To Write and Publish a Craft Book series.

Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
How to make Egg Cup pincushions inspired by a wonderful project in I "Heart" Patchwork by Rashida Coleman-Hale 

The Artful Crafter
Take a spin with Eileen and Shaaron on the Craft-N-Spin crafting turntable.


Karen said...

man, i wish i had enough room for all those supplies!!

unfortunately, a shared one bedroom apartment isn't very accomodating

Denise Clason Studios said...

Wow, and WHOA! I believe you have more stuff than I do...I'm always saying that my workroom is really AKA "The Craft Store on the corner!" How do you find what you need??? really curious about that!