It is not even Christmas yet and I’m already making a list of things I am going to do again next year. This year I hosted a Handmade Holiday Craft Weekend, two actually. One at the beach and one in Federal Way. I’m definitely doing this again. Totally got me in the holiday spirit and gave me an opportunity to share it with fun ladies before the things become hectic.
A number of demonstrators were waiting in line to use the one and only computer at the hotel to check-in online and print our boarding passes for our outgoing flights. We were all gabbing and having a good time during the hour-long wait. The person in front of me was Susy Miller. She was a SUN Member so it was nice to catch-up with her.
Whether you hate the idea or love it, it’s best to understand how Facebook’s News Feed algorithms work if you are posting for your business. I like how this video puts it out there for you.
While, from the outside, it may not look like much is happening we want you to know we are hard at work behind the scenes to create a new high quality email newsletter service and membership site for you.
It’s time to make Holiday Cards and we here at CraftyPerson are here to help. This is a popular resource we created last year as ClassinaFlash but we still get requests for.
Spice up your fall decor with the simple and stylish paper pumpkins from this tutorial! Display your pumpkins on the mantle, window sills, in decorative bowls, or string them on a long cord or ribbon to create a garland of pumpkins.
One of our favorite techniques is to create a snow landscape scene. Amy and I have created a technique tutorial for you below. It highlights one of three ways you can create a winter scene with snow.
We had our 4th 2″ x 2″ swap at Salt Palace Convention Center on July 23rd. We’ve really enjoyed it again this year. It’s so fun to get together and we enjoy getting several card candy fronts to take home with us.
FOR many education advocates, the arts are a panacea: They supposedly increase test scores, generate social responsibility and turn around failing schools. Most of the supporting evidence, though, does little more than establish correlations between exposure to the arts and certain outcomes. Research that demonstrates a causal relationship has been virtually nonexistent.
Waste looks like the pile of plastic, Styrofoam, and cardboard that your tiny new earphones came in. It looks like plastic bottles overflowing in the waste bin beside a water fountain. It looks like a Hummer occupied by a single person. But few people think about waste when they post kitty photos on Facebook. The clusters of computers at data centers that power websites live far away from the people who use them. As a result, the energy they consume remains out of sight and out of mind.