Phyllis started Many Creative Gifts as a company designed to provide products and services to help people be thoughtful and true to their giving nature.
Betz White is a designer, author and "green" crafter who combines her whimsical color and design sense with a love for repurposing. In 2005, Betz left her former career as a children's wear designer to pursue a new love: creating one-of-a-kind items from
Cynthia Gagen has been crafting for as long as she can remember, learning her beginning skills by crafting alongside her mother.
Debbie Madson is a web publisher of several kid friendly and learning websites such as Kids-Sewing-Projects.com.
My name is Crystal Harris Donnelly. I am also known as Crystal Harris Ogle, Charris and Art2cee2 and Crystal Clear.
I have been dabbling in all sort of crafts since I was a little girl. I taught myself to knit in 2005 and started blogging about it since then. I like to share my knitting and crafting experiences.
Kara L.C. Jones is the heARTist and Creative Coach who founded the site MotherHenna.com and the blog MotherHenna.blogspot.com. As a coach to private clients, Kara facilitates the exploration of grief and creativity.
I have always loved vintage and antique treasures, and I have also always made things. So it was natural that my love of old photographs prompted me to find a way to use them in an artful fashion.
Samantha studied creative arts and interior design before setting her sights on crafting as a career.
Onix learned how to knit in Uruguay when he was 8 years old by watching his sister. He's been knitting ever since.