I craft, therefore I am

welcome to my crafts blog. if I post something you made, please drop me a line so I can post a link to your site - thanks! enjoy :)

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sosuperawesome:

Embroidered brooches by cOnieco

sarahseeandersen:

People are too talented sometimes.

me, when I go through pinterest

sarahseeandersen:

People are too talented sometimes.

me, when I go through pinterest

(via tastefullyoffensive)

umla:

bunny family 8x 10 print…. by mummysam on Flickr.
(via Linda Kemshall: Small works for sale)

vicesandviagra:

cisbender:

when an artist wants to show you their art

or a writer wants you to read what they’ve written

it’s quite often an expression of trust

because a poem or a story or a painting are often things that come from the heart

little pieces of the artists themselves

and if they’re willing to share it with you

you should appreciate it

THANK GOD SOMEONE KNOWS BECAUSE I SWEAR TO GOD WHEN I SHOW IT TO PEOPLE THEY THINK IM BRAGGING

(Source: fadical, via katieneedstosleep)

withcraftsandlace:

This was an experimental project. It’s an altered canvas turned into a note holder wall organizer thing.
I used my little alphabet stamps in a random order along with distress ink to make the background, vintage sheet music on the other side that is revealed once I cut and rolled open the canvas, handmade scrappy mini bunting strung across the back and a clothesline wire strung further forward. The teacups were hand cut from the wood boxes shown before and then I used watercolor pencils and inks to decorate them.
For now, my clothesline features a Cavallini & co. notecard and one of the vintage, blank, postcards recently given to me by my grandparents.
This is also my first time participating in a Simon Says Stamp challenge. I thought this week’s Monday challenge, Start from Scratch, was right up my alley.
Entering Start from Scratch:
http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/?p=1706

withcraftsandlace:

This was an experimental project. It’s an altered canvas turned into a note holder wall organizer thing.

I used my little alphabet stamps in a random order along with distress ink to make the background, vintage sheet music on the other side that is revealed once I cut and rolled open the canvas, handmade scrappy mini bunting strung across the back and a clothesline wire strung further forward. The teacups were hand cut from the wood boxes shown before and then I used watercolor pencils and inks to decorate them.

For now, my clothesline features a Cavallini & co. notecard and one of the vintage, blank, postcards recently given to me by my grandparents.

This is also my first time participating in a Simon Says Stamp challenge. I thought this week’s Monday challenge, Start from Scratch, was right up my alley.

Entering Start from Scratch:

http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/?p=1706

(via craftdiscoveries)

sosuperawesome:

minnebites in Minneapolis, US

ionwkathy:

(via DIY Love Embroidery Sampler)

fhtagn-and-tentacles:

NAUTILIDAE 
by Hansi Singh 
Knitting patterns available here 

(via holycrapyarnandstuff)