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Makin' the Grade
National Craft Month
everybody crafts at one time or another. There aren't many activities that we
can describe with such a broad brush. If you've ever made something that has a
use, is decorative, or combines both...you've crafted.
can be clay, paper, jewels, wood, gourds, plastic, paint, fabric - the list
gets lengthy. Then multiply that list by
millions - no, through history it would be billions and billions - of projects
completed by the interaction of human hands with a material and an idea.
craft may turn into a hobby or even a money maker. But for most of us, it's
just something we try and it makes us a little more extraordinary because we
did. We're a crafting nation and proud of it. So proud of it, that we gave
ourselves a month to reflect and make plans for more.
small, user friendly, downloads your own designs, has ultra-strong tech support
and cuts balsa wood? Are you kidding?
in case you didn't read the title I'll give the answer. It's the BossKut
Gazell. With up to 500 grams of pressure, you can even cut lightweight plastic.
Now this opens up whole new crafting ideas.
got the BossKut Gazelle right here in stock, and it's a winner. The Gazelle
comes with Funtime Software, 700 shapes and 200 fonts. But based on many of the
questions we get, I think two of the exceptional qualities are welding and
vectorizing your images with the traced crispness of an artist.
ask me how they do it, but BossKut is ahead of the curve for scrappers and
other crafters. You'll make embellishments that nobody's ever seen before. It's
an original and you will be too.
Purchase Your BossKut Gazelle Today!
What Are We Doing With Our Crafts?
Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) did a study of what we do with our completed
craft projects. It's interesting to read what they found - and see where we
stand in the broad picture.
I work mostly in the digital and die cut industry, the majority of crafts I see
lend themselves to card making, scrapbooking, holiday partying - and then business or school applications. With
the use of more vinyl wall trim - cutting machines are playing a larger role in
decorating the home.
digital and die cutting is just one aspect of the world of crafting. Skim the
uses below and see where you and your craft projects fit. You may get an idea
for a new outlet.
of us use our crafts for gifts
Which always begs the question, what
are the others? We want to know.
Twinkle in Your Cosmos
you ever notice a diamond catch the sunlight and smile back at you? Who can't
love that little sparkle? Well, now you can put a glint in your eyes - or your
projects - whenever you want.
has designed a starter kit that makes your creations look sparktacular. Just
choose a design template, send the template material into your Silhouette for
cutting the design's holes and brush your rhinestones into those holes. Then
lift the sparkles up with the kit's transfer tape and iron the tape onto your
can decorate your own greeting cards, t-shirts, or scrapbook pages with the
Silhouette Rhinestone Kit. So grab your own hot iron and turn your Silhouette
machine into a jewel bedazzler. This is a fun way to embellish your designs
with a twinkle and a smile.
Click here http://qksilhouette.com/files/instructionInsert.pdf to download a step by step guide on how to use the Rhinestone Kit.
Purchase the Silhouette Rhinestone Kit now!
again Craft-e-corner was able to donate a Create machine in support of our
friends raising money for a splendid cause. On February 6, 2010, a creative
group got together in Little Chute, Wisconsin and "had a blast" - in their own
Gone and over, but not forgotten
What a treat to have a great time while accumulating much needed funds,
almost $3000, to donate to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. When we work as a team, we'll beat this
To donate to Crop Out Diabetes, or to learn more visit:
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