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A Little Taste

Well, Fall sure seems to have hit me like a ton of bricks. Life has been so busy on all fronts that crafting (and posting about it)  has taken a bit of a backseat. I have had a chance to … Continue reading

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Edward Gorey for the Home

I was feeling irritable and weary this week, despite the concerted sunshine in Manhattan yesterday and today.  Maybe it’s the frittered and frayed tendons in my ankle (red wine + staircase + heels do not a slow and safe descent … Continue reading

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Just in time for Mothers Day

There is something about spring that causes my list of things ‘to do’ to grow and grow. But this week I set aside time to prepare for mothers day. I wanted to do something simple and of course handmade.

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Necessity: the mother of …

Napkin Rings. Napkin rings? Does one ever really need napkin rings, you ask. Well, yes. If you are trying to break your horrible habit of using paper towels for every little spill and wipe, so have instituted a cloth-napkin-only policy, … Continue reading

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Smile: An easy before + after

I made a circle with a smile for a mouth on yellow paper, because it was sunshiny and bright. – Harvey Ball My crafty companion is always smiling. I love you smiles, ice cream smiles and of course sneaky 5yr … Continue reading

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crafting the days away

There are some days that I find just get away from me. Whether because of everyday errands, business-keeping, or just the occasional bout of laziness, it’s often easy for the day to get whittled away by things that aren’t necessarily … Continue reading

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do what you love. every day.

One must be drenched in words, literally soaked in them, to have the right ones form themselves into the proper patterns at the right moment. Hart Crane, American poet I’ve been on a mission lately. A mission to grow as … Continue reading

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