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Originally posted on Very Berry Handmade:

Offset Warehouse has just launched the Big Spring Contest, and guess what…? I’m one of the blogger judges!

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As one of the judges, I’ve been asked to come up with a theme and judge all the entrants for that theme. I get to pick one lucky winner who will have three weeks to make their design and get the chance to win a whole goodie-bag of prizes!

The theme I have chosen for the competition is My Crafty Friend. Here’s the cute little logo that the folks at the Offset Warehouse have designed for me!

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Regular readers will know that I have a thing about making stuff that is beautiful AND useful, so this seemed like the ideal theme for me. I want you lovely people to come up with a design idea for something that would make a fabulous AND practical gift for a crafty friend. Your friend’s…

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She Loved It!

She Loved It!

Finished Kumihimo for my friend and a fused glass piece I sent along as she loves Purple

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Dheck out this Artist’s work too please.. Do you want to post something you do and want to sell send me a message and I will add your name :)

Originally posted on Custom Pieces:

FABULOUS HANDMADE FLEECE HATS MADE ESPECIALLY FOR YOU BY A CREATIVE SEW AND SEW !!!!!!

The hats in this fall/winter collection were handcrafted to be one of a kind. The fleece fabric is warm, cozy, washable and carefree. Each chapeau is complimented by its own handmade flower that adds to its beauty.  Wear them to brighten your day, make a fashion statement or just plain cover up a “bad hair day”.  Styles include beanie, beret, flapper and slouch. 

Hat 1 – Head size 28 inches  (turquoise sweatshirt hat below)

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Hat 2 – Head size 26 inches (turquoise sweatshirt hat below)

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Hat 3 – Head size 26 inches (sweatshirt hat below)

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Hat 4 – Head size 22 inches ( purple flapper hat below)

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Hat 5 & 6 – Head size 26 inches (2 hats available – both turquoise sweatshirt hat below)

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Hat 7 – Head size 24 inches ( Floral fleece beret…

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For Sale!

Originally posted on Custom Pieces:

A Potpourri of Roses and Other Blooms

A versatile collection of fabric blossoms to adorn your special projects or that inspirational outfit be it as a pin, hair clip, and/or belt or shoe clip. (no glue is used)

Some of the blooms can be sent to you on a stem just right for arranging in that perfect bud vase.

Possibly you would like to create that one-of-a-kind bookmark or attach a pretty poesy to your shopping bag.  How about up-dating that lampshade in your boudoir? Or tying back your curtains for that vintage Victorian look; the uses are endlessly possible.

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Originally posted on Family Bugs Blogging:

Instead of thinking of the photography as just one more step in the online listing process, why not consider it as an extra showcase of your artistic talent and ability?  If your products are not selling online, the chances are pretty high that the pictures are to blame.  You spend a lot of time creating beautiful crafts, well, now it is time to create the beautiful pictures that will assist in selling of these quality products.

  • Camera.  You need a picture-taking device.  Now, you don’t need anything super special, iphones can take just as good of pictures as a fancy expensive camera.  But, you do need something that can take a picture.
  • Lighting.  Try to use natural white lighting, but not direct sunlight.  Go outside, use a shadow.  Or inside, use a window.  Limit shadows as much as possible, especially the sharp shadows.
  • Background.  You can use props, a backdrop…

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Happy New Year To You All

I am going to try this challenge :  Zero to Hero 30-Day Blog Challenge  so for some of  you who already are  following I will bore you. since many of you have been with me since the start but for this challenge I have to introduce myself and blog to potential new followers.

My Blog  is called Living and Loving and my name when I set this up was NUTSFORTREASURE but now most of my followers know me as Eunice, from New Hampshire.  We are a very friendly bunch I only wish there was a way to meet up with everyone in one spot and have a beautiful visit and party.  It would surly be talked about for many years to come, I am sure of it.

When I started this journey within these pages,  now known as posts,  it was a long Memorial day weekend and I was needing to learn to Live and Love again,  hence the name.  See it was me getting ready to LIVE AGAIN and I am on my way thanks to so many others I have here to follow. They are so supportive even if they have only time to leave a Like. :)

I am supposed to tell you what my blog is about and all I can say is life.  Laughter, tears,  joy and sadness can all be found here interspersed with lots of photos  and re-blogs of others beautiful blogs and some pretty tasty recipes to try. I see me as a person who likes to share pretty things as the world has enough ugly stuff going on.

I share crafts I do as well as life with my beautiful Border Collie JT,  just the sweetest female dog who came into our lives at just the perfect time.

I will be changing some things on my blog  as this challenge  is supposed to do that.  So bear with me as I work it out.
My intention is to stay in touch with all who I adore here but I  love meeting new people too,  the hard part is keeping up with everyone so I will get a new computer by the end of April so I can continue to keep in touch.

Welcome to all new followers and thanks to those who have watched me grow, I am sure you know by now how much I love you all

HUGS

Eunice aka NUTSFORTREASURE

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GLASS BUTTONS

Originally posted on Custom Pieces:

For those who may not know I fuse glass and adore Dichroic.

Here is a little history on this type of fancy as well as expensive glass so a little for me goes a long way.

Dichroic glass is glass containing multiple micro-layers of metals or oxides which give the glass dichroic optical properties. The main characteristic of dichroic glass is that it has a particular transmitted color and a completely different reflected color, as certain wavelengths of light either pass through or are reflected. This causes an array of color to be displayed. The colors shift depending on the angle of view. Dichroic glass is an example of thin-film optics.

I make many things out in the shop and will once it is spring and sadly winter has just begun.

Here are two different offerings from me. Glass buttons!

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I have set up a new blog where those who I follow and who follow me can post what they make.  Handcrafted items made by YOU. 

Do a blog post and add it here and I will promote it in my stores and get the word out as well.

I know it has my bracelet on header but ideally once a week to have one of your photos run there would be fun too!

Email me at Eunice356@gmail and let me know if you make something you would like to have showcased and generate some sales on.  Once I add you as a contributor you can post or I can re-blog if you do a post on your blog.

http://handcraftedbyus.wordpress.com/

Resting Up

Tonight I am resting up for what they say will be a doozy. Some say 5 inches and others say 12 inches of white fluffy snow will blanket our yard by morning now if you know me I will hope for the 5 inches.

Tonight I went and met up with two of the other members of our garden club for a decadent treat at a new place in town.  It was worth every penny!  It was funny to leave the house without my boyfriend and my little girl JT but to put my hair up and put a clean outfit on and take off into the snowy night felt like the old days.

I made more jewelry today as I got up each hour to throw out more seed for the Doves, Juncos, Cardinals, sparrows, nuthatches etc. as the little finches hogged the feeders all day hardly letting a seed get by them and dropping to the ground.  As I worked on my pieces and watched them frantically eat and eat I knew we going to get nailed by this storm.  squirrels’ had been here till 3 PM then they went to their nests.  Wonder where all my beautiful birds will spend the night I surly hope in the dense forest behind the house.  It was a balmy 16 degrees at 5 PM tonight and only getting colder from that point on.  When I woke this morning it was 0 degrees.  Sadly winter is upon us yes it will be pretty to look at and I promise you will see some photos as you know me. They will not be perfect but they will tell the REAL STORY.

My shoulder is feeling OK as I had yet another shot on Wednesday.  I have an appointment with surgeon to have bicep repaired when I call uncle or spring is on our doorstep you see winter is here and my home and yard require more than just one set of hands and legs to keep it clear and safe. I think I taught my doctor something I hope he remembers for many years to come that not everyone has the money to pay others to do all that needs to be done. I left in tears with him saying he would worry about me on the roof but that he now understood more about the kind of woman I was. I do not shirk responsibilities hurt or healthy.

Back to fun stuff want to see?

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I also took out a tree skirt I made as a teenager yes it is ancient and some ornaments I did back then.  Perfect night for it belly full of yummy cake snow falling an inch per hour or maybe a little more and the dog at my feet as I write this post.  When I come in from shoveling tomorrow morning I will upload some photos for you to see.

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Yes I was into sequins back in the 70′s

Have a wonderful night.

Peace.

Making Gifts

I have been really busy and then again doing nothing at all.  You all have such busy and active lives that I love reading about.  Yes I have stories from my old life and an occasional fun outing but as this time rolls around I remind myself I am here and to embrace this beautiful life I am given.  Don’t the holidays remind us to do that THINK!  So man loved ones gone and I miss them as you do so this year I am trying to get as healthy as can be I know I know what I think it is my third year in this journey but I am getting there slow and steady they say.

So I have been selling my photography and am thrilled others like it enough to want to own it or gift it.  Why don’t I do that?  I never give my pieces to loved ones and friends because I do not want them to feel obligated in hanging it if it is not to their taste. So why am I making gifts? I am whipping up trinkets because I am poor and I know how too now to make them into show stoppers they can not wait to place on their wrist or hang from an ear lobe or even their neck!  I really am bad at figuring peoples tastes out.  I could spend 8 hours on a woven piece full of tiny seed beads and they will walk into a store and buy a cheap string of beads on an elastic and be happy.  I had just about given up on trying to create beautiful pieces when I saw this package of beads and one thing lead to another and before you know it I had a group that just needs the finishing touches placed on then they become JEWELRY not sure they will be loved and enjoyed but all I care about right now is my passion has surfaced and I am running with it! 

Let me show you now remember they are not done they are works of ART in process. lol

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 Now I will have to decide on findings to finish them with Silver, Gold Copper or even Gunmetal choices and more choices I will take the pieces into a local shop and see what they have or I will take the cash I made selling photography and buy online bags of 10 to 100 pieces but I am more of a one of a kind girl so the hard part no the fun part is done and they can sit till I know what I want to do.

Have a great week everyone and thanks for sticking with me.  I can bead and shoot pretty scenes all winter but I can blog about them too!

 

PEACE and LOVE to you all.

So Sat. we had a Holiday Craft Fair for a good cause CHILDREN.

The Garden Club had donated items at that table and 2 club members to run it they also had the plants I went to pick up for it and the order sheet so more could be sold.  Well they sold enough of the items to cover the $20 table set up fee and made a few over and then sold some plants that will come by truck on the first of December from the grower.

I brought some of my fused glass items, beaded pieces and hoop earrings and candles.  I should have brought more candles!  I sold them for $2.00 a pair and I warn you they were pretty compared to these photos I took in bad light and rushed.

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Paper, glitter and glue!

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Poinsettia for sale also spent time in my kitchen.

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I forgot to take a photo of my table but this is a cropped one of clubs table people on tables right behind us I did not have permission to make famous :)

So over all a great day and maybe just maybe a few new members!

Wire Work

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The Earrings above are almost ready to hang on a card and attach ear nuts to

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Wire, Hammer and Block wire cutters and wrapping tools

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So many ideas

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Containers of assorted beads to pick from for just the right combination of color

 

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A nice day to read blogs, play with the pup and make a few pretty things for the Holiday Fair.

 

 

Originally posted on Bird Brains & Dog Tales:

Hi everyone it’s Cindy here. I wanted to share a simple project I finished recently. Since I started crocheting I have been accumulating yarn and my stash closet was starting to get messy. I wanted to find some nice boxes that I could use to put the yarn in, but most of them were too high to fit between the shelves. Of course I figured why not just find a pattern to make something instead of buying it? That way I could also make sure it was just the size I needed. I also had a lot of cotton yarn left over that I used to make the granny square pin cushions so I decided to use it for this project. It would also help to use up some of my stash!

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Large Crochet Box – green side

I found a pattern by Bernat (which also is the brand of…

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Working With Polymer

Originally posted on My Portfolio:

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Lost In Play Today

While I wait for results on my MRI I decided to play with my Polymer Clay. I will be doing a craft fair locally in November so I better get busy and create.

First batch was done in bright colors

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I had my breakfast and did the dishes and swept the floors and before I knew it I was gathering supplies in my nightgown and sat down and began to play.  Creating something colorful and wild again.  It has been awhile since I just sat and played.   Felt good.  I looked up at 1:00 PM and I was still in Nightgown with many pretty items to bake so I can turn them into pieces of jewelry for the sale in November and maybe some for my friend’s store in Newburyport too.

 

Have an awesome weekend!

 

Oh wait my cat played with her friends today :)

 

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Originally posted on PILLOWS A-LA-MODE:

I wanted to make a special hostess gift for our granddaughter Katy’s other grandmother . . . a wonderful, fun-loving lady who hosted Katy’s first birthday party earlier this month. When I read this sweet post and tutorial by Kim of Craft•Create•Connect, I knew I’d found just the right one . . . a tiny bottle vase in which to display a little flower Katy lovingly picks or a pretty leaf or feather she finds. Simply find or purchase a glass bottle (this one was less than $2 at Michaels), attach one or more charms around the neck (I used raffia-covered wire), and you’re done!  And how lucky was I to find this adorable little “K” charm??? Thank you for all you do for the family we both love, dear Lydia! ♥

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Vintage style rose rings. Made with? Yes you guessed it- the wonderful CERNIT polymer clay!

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Like crafting try this!

Originally posted on ChinniAbhi's Blog:

Hi guys…
I made these paper beads by printing templates in MS Word. The templates are very easy to create .
I used an isoseceles triangle shape. This option is present in the ‘basic shapes ‘ option . Once I could draw the triangle,  I specified the width of triangle and filled with colour  using the ‘fill effects’ option .I copied the same and printed the same .

Then all I had to do was cut and roll into beads.
I was able to make these beads as a result

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Hi everyone!

 

Time for a little post to say I am still here and following posts of a lot of you on my new reader through RSS links thanks to those who added them for me.

First can you add me if you use Facebook or G+ so I do not lose you :)  Mine is Eunice Miller (photo of JT is always what you will see first :) she is a star) I also have an artist page on Facebook too Folsom Mill Studio so please stop by and LIKE ME :)

 

Ok now here is something for you to ponder.

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See what I mean!

If you stopped by you would think I was wouldn’t you?

I am just craft and I recycle and no not from MY KITCHEN lol I stole these from the local landfill these are perfectly good bottles!

I will cut them up and use in other ways.  Candle holders, drinking glasses, bust some that may not cut perfectly and throw them into the kiln and see what I can make out of the warm glass.

I can do so many things with them  I can break them and place in my rock tumbler to get them smooth and wrap in silver wire and added to a pair of ear wires or on a wind chime.
So many possibilities for these rescued bottles do you recycle and make pretty things with them.  Like a soup can you can punch a heart design on it with a nail and add a candle in the bottom just a tea light will do and place out where you have you glass of wine on a hot night under the stars.

Follow me on Pinterest I have Pinned a few ideas there YOU?

So if you stop by  don’t expect me to have a bottle chilling in the refrigerator or  wine cellar  just piles of empties to get off my butt and make something pretty with.

 

 

Inspiration comes in many forms but when it happens to me I either grab a camera or my Blue Tray upon which I do my Beading.

I head into the spare bedroom,  though there is no bed and open up the many drawers and containers I have full of beads.  As I poke around I zero in on the colors I have available.  I used to just have colors of the Sea.  I have been beading for two years now and have some of each color it seems.

So with tray in one hand I begin to add beads, needles, thread and findings to complete a project.  Who knows if I will sit and work it to the end or put it aside half-finished for a later day.

Even when gathering the supplies to make something pretty and new,  I slip into THE ZONE.  You have to or the creative juices can stop flowing,  even before you begin.

Now with all I think I will need,  piled high upon my blue tray,  I sit at the table over looking the yard and river with my dog and cat close by.  I add the string to my needle,  usually Fireline so the piece will last for years and then I use the needle to pick up one tiny seed bead at a time.  I like using 15′s and 11′s the best.  They are very tiny.  I have to focus or prick myself.

As I sit and pick up each one and add them into my design it starts to come together nicely and as I do the world seems to stop.  Yes I enter THE ZONE rather quickly when I place that Blue Beading Tray in front of me.

Do you BEAD?

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Have a great day getting lost in THE ZONE!

handmade with love

Originally posted on Ripe Red Berries:

Is your christmas tree in need of a little handmade love? Well, if so, here are three simple (and inexpensive) ideas to do with your kids or for yourself…why not bring out the child out in you this holiday season?

1.Bake-art dough

Bake art dough is not edible, but it’s a super fun project for kids and grown-ups alike. You can use cookie cut-outs or design your own. Bake, cool and decorate. Use non toxic paint, markers, glitter, tissue paper, ribbon…whatever your fancy. We kept things simple – paint, glue and sparkles, perfect for 2 year old (or 40 year old) fun!

All you need is; 

2 cups unsifted all purpose flour

1/2 cup salt

3/4 cup water

Decorations/art supplies

Ribbon or metal hook to hang with…

How to;

Blend flour and salt, add water and stir. When water is mixed in, work dough into ball. Knead dough for about…

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Having Fun

Ok I made up some more beads and baked them up now while pies bake tomorrow I will wet sand and make them into some pretty pieces to wear.

 

 

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Baking Polymer Clay Beads

 

 

 

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Now all I need to do is use 600 grit wet sandpaper and  a machine to buff them up add wire or jump rings,  then ear wires.

 

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future jewelry

 

I took another class as part of the Master Beading Course I am in and I am having fun when I finish these and other pieces I did,  I will share with you.

 

 

 

 

Making Earrings in the Sun

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getting them ready to find EARS

So what did you do today lol  I also washed laundry and dried on  the line, in the sun

and played with that pretty pup.

 

Here are some more of the pieces I make, that are for sale and I also make custom pieces in not so BOLD COLORS

These were the 1st two stitches I learned.

Tubular Peyote and Kumihimo

 

A few more lessons learned

 

This one below is a type of netted cuff.

Sea Glass Pendent

 

another wrapped piece

 

 

Fused Glass Pendent/Dicrohic Glass also wrapped

 

 

A Silver link Necklace I made by hand

 

Pretty Holiday Colors with Crystals here and there.

It always starts with beads!

 

I was thinking Autumn into Halloween

Maybe my most mellow piece,lol

Eyeglass Layard’s in buyer’s choice of color, these I called Root beer.

Top one Root beer and Pink Herringbone

Banana Cream and Peach with White ,these are even count flat peyote

light weight Purple and White Earrings

A mixture of all types of dangle earrings

Dicrohic Dangles

Crystal and Stone with three  larger beads for accent

Even Count Flat Peyote

with cream button to go with cream and beautiful bluish-green beads

 

Spiral Stitch Bracelet in pretty  Greens and Yellows

 

 

Thanks for checking them out

I have a Pinertrest board for Color Inspiration but NO Neutrals not sure if many people  LOVE COLOR

I myself live in a Turquoise House so you know I do.

 

Peace

 

 

Yard Sale Today

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I never say this but found it on the WEB  :)

I will be at a yard sale today and possibly tomorrow if we do not find wonderful homes for all these lovely, used items.

I will bring my jewelry to see if there maybe any interest in the crowd today..I love beading but people are so different you just never know what will make them say “I have to have that!”. 

I try to remind myself that what I make is pretty and unique but in the back of my head if they do not purchase something, I really am thinking I will make something better next time.  Why do we do that?  I know the economy is bad and the last thing people think of is a new piece of bling when they are loosing their homes to their banks.  I must go easy on myself and not fall into the trap of just giving them away.  My bracelets take 4 to 8 hrs depending on the stich I use.  I use tiny seed beads, most people can not even see the holes in them.

I do Herringbone,Tubular Peyote,Flat Peyote, Even Count as well as Odd Count.  I make Eyeglass lanyards in either Sprial Stich or my favorite Kumihimo.  This  one I do has 8 bobbins I fill with cords pre-loaded with beautiful beads.  Then you get into a rythem and before your eyes this beautiful cord starts to appear.  I sell these too and make them with pretty glass beads but the time and cost of supplies plus something for my time always seems to be too much for those who check them out.  I will work on a piece at yard sale so they can watch and see what actually goes into each piece I make.  This will keep me from eatting fried dough too!

Hope you all have a wonderful day out there in your world !

I will post photos tonight, no time now. Just about 6AM I better get ready!

Peace

 

 

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Mix 104.1

Boston's Best Variety

Optimystical

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I will meet you there. ~ Rumi

composerinthegarden

The intersection of music and the garden as parallel creative art forms

NH Fish and Game Radio Diner

Connecting you to life outdoors

Time To Be Inspired

Indulge in Creativity

trikatykid & the dog

swim | bike | run | adventure | quilt | write

Life Is a Damn Circus

...And We Are The Circus Acts

Infinitefreetime.com

The blog of Luther M. Siler, Teacher/ Word-maker-dude/ Wanker for hire

Moondustwriter's Blog

penned with moon dust

antryump

"In search of truth "

O' Canada

Reflections on Canadian Culture From Below the Border

mamacravings

everything a mama could want

Garden of Eve

Growing my own, from garden to table.

mejfote

life fashion & more

Poems From Psalms And Nature

Ellen Grace Olinger

MARVA SEATON BLOG

Lifestyle, Social Media, News and Features

Learning to snap

Learning photography in New Zealand

Uncle Tree's House

Putting music to words, and words to pictures ~

Flowery Prose

Growing words....

Martha Keim-St. Louis' blog

watercolor and things that fall out of my fingers, art, watercolor, words

Frank Martyn

Inken Thought

The Karen Gibson Roc Blog

ALL THINGS POETIC

Play. Draw . Inspire...❤

" I am not called Death Prophet for nothing "

Miss Lou Acquiring Lore

Gallery of Life...

Juju Films

Cutting edge Multimedia Programming

Live & Learn

David Kanigan

eljaygee

just another fauxtography blog

food & foto

with audrey michelle

Beyond the Scribbles

The Sharpie Interns' Blog

Beady-Eyed Beth

Where I share my works in progress and news.

dibeads.com

Beads, Jewelry and Craft Supplies

Freshly Pressed: Editors' Picks

Just another Wordpress.com weblog

Streaming Thought: Polymer Clay Expressions

Just another WordPress.com site

Carole's Writing Blog

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A companion blog to my cable access program called Red Sox Weekly

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The blog of Cedar House Inn & Yurts in Dahlonega, Georgia

Beads and Honey

the sweet life of beads and gems

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