I love the process of "up-cycling", transforming old things so that they can be enjoyed again as decorative objects. Bursting with passion for these endeavors, I knew I had to share my ideas with others and get inspired by their projects too.
Latrice Murphy is a 30-year-old momma and wife who has lived in the Chicago area all of her life. She's a scrapbooker and card-maker who blogs about her creations at Any Occasion: A unique mix of creativity.
In addition to showcasing her designs, Kristin serves up terrific articles about knitting, crochet, yarn and even a few sneak peeks at what's new on her site, StyledByKristin.com.
Mark Montano is an energetic and undeniably cool designer. His creative musings have manifested successfully in the worlds of fashion, interior design and writing making him a refreshing example of innovation and a beacon of creativity.
The Hobbee Hive is a great place to explore various craft projects and DIY tutorials. From easy to make chop and drop recipes to creative ways to decorate your living room, The Hobbee Hive takes DIY seriously...So come create, laugh, and bee happy with us!
The Victoriana Quilt Designs quilt site is designed and managed by Benita Skinner. It is a large resource for quilters including Original Quilt Patterns, Technique How to's, Block of the Month, Printable Labels and much more free quilting information.
Melony Bradley is a full-time freelance craft designer/professional.
like to share things that I find to be beautiful and try to promote other artists often. All kinds of creative ideas run through my head on a regular basis and I release them through my tutorials.
Independent knitwear and crochet designer Alla Koval of My Little City Girl specializes in unique kid's wear. In addition to selling from two clothing collections, Koval offers patterns for sale and for free at her website.
Vicki is a happy go lucky, ultra busy 40 something, wife, mother, friend and more. She is always busy, always on the go and usually running late and forgetting something.