CRAFT magazine. It was only in print for a year or two, but I have a few issues, including the very first. I remember the first time I saw it at B&N. It wasn't your regular craft magazine. it was COOL, like my other favorite "Readymade." It was pricey ($14), but so full of innovative design. Then it went out of print, but has survived via blog. I have submitted several ideas of mine to them, and they have never published them (to my knowledge). so I finally gave up, and then.... last week I was looking at my blog stats and noticed a HUGE spike in the number of visitors. I decided to check it out and saw that everyone was coming from CRAFTZINE!!!!
I freaked out of course. I make little internet goals in my head sometimes while I am surfing around. That was one of them (another was getting Olivia's room onto OHDEEDOH--->done.). I feel so good! And thanks to my mom who had the wonderful idea for the clutch in the first place. I guess I should be thanking her:)
the Beehive last week for the grand opening. I took one look at this blog and now I am hooked. she has beautiful writing and interviews and amazing taste in beautiful objects (not saying this because she likes my stuff, but b/c I love everything on her blog!). anyway, check it out here!
the Beehive last weekend for the Grand Re-opening and bought the headband she is wearing... Then emailed me to tell me that she had put a photo of her wearing it on her Photography website! I was thrilled! And she even put a link to my website (etsy). How sweet is that? And if you click on THIS you can go to her Atlanta-based photography site. (And how beautiful does that green look against her red hair????) love that combo.
ThreadBanger featured this tutorial!
THANKS EVERYONE who has spread the word about my headbands or tutorials, and for tweeting them, facebooking them, blogging them, etc. I really appreciate every little feature and tutorial, no matter how big or small the blog is! I hope you all know that!!!