FaveCrafts 365 Where Are Those Hexagon Boxes???

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During my January 11, 2011 FaveCrafts 365 video report I threw out a challenge! I showed a cute plain paper hexagon box and asked for ideas to create something unique. Well, I did say I’d have it done in two weeks and that would have been January 25, 2011.  Hmmmm….looks like I didn’t make my deadline.

Normally, I would be upset by missing a deadline, but YOU noticed! I can’t be anything but happy that several of you have been watching and waiting and I’m so proud! That means that FaveCrafts 365 is becoming a part of more and more people’s daily routine. Let’s all have a party!!!

Okay, party has to wait! I’ve got to get these 4 boxes done! Watch the video to see the great ideas I was given! I can’t wait to get started!

See the original FaveCrafts 365 Challenge by clicking HERE.

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Comments

  1. Marianne Squire Maszer says:

    Happy National Craft Month, thanks for the chance to win, and for all your ideas! Good luck all.

  2. Dearest Maria, I watched your vlog, or video or whatever it is. I will not be Tweeting you because I don’t do Twitter. This may have a lot to do with the fact that I don’t have a cell phone. But it also has to do with the fact that I don’t want any more complicated technology in my life. I’m very happy with reading blogs and looking at the accompanying photos and the occasional video. That’s enough. Reading about crafts on line is threatening to take over my life. I don’t want more. I want less. Further, the blog affords you a wonderful format for both written and visual presentations. It’s so easy to read and so well suited towards visual presentations, why take time away from it to go off into another digital format? I reluctantly set up a FaceBook page, but only so I could enter contests. I don’t read any messages I get there. Ditto Google Friend Connect. I dont’ even understand how to connect to GFC to read whatever messages I’m getting there. I don’t want to spend hours figuring out how to use these new social media. I want to spend that time crafting (and,um, cleaning the house would be nice, too). I’d be so happy if everyone would stick to blogs and forget the rest of it. And then maybe would have time for the hexagonal boxes!

  3. Hello Maria :)

    Having read Cath’s message to you, I have to say I agree with her 100% on all points (including the Facebook page for the contests).

    Like everyone else, I love crafting – and the ideas I find here and there can quite easily take up my whole day…

    I really appreciate the fantastic job you’re doing; and for sharing ideas for us… so a heart-felt thank you comes from me to you~

    This isn’t meant as a criticism, just an explanation :)

    Warm regards,
    Pats

  4. I totally understand! And I can’t tell you how much I really appreciate feedback! I know all social media is time consuming and to a degree opening up our precious privacy! I am always looking for ways to communicate and reach other crafters. Ya’ll rock!

  5. Count me in…no Twitter, Facebook, cellphone…which is A-ok.
    Love the hexboxes…would be cute if it fit a little plastic pot, a few packets of lavender seeds, some lavender sachets and handmade lavender soap as a gift for a gardener.
    Or fill it with Fruit Gushers…they’re hexagonal too!

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