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    News, reviews, and articles on all types of crafts from news sites, newspapers and magazines around the world. Locate crafting sites that interest you

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    Arts and crafts, as far as the eye can see
    As the center of one of the top folk art and crafts regions in the United States, this picturesque city is an ideal base for launching day trips to find and enjoy traditional and contemporary works
    01-Jun-2005 - Details

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    Bead Embroidery For Jewelry Designers – The Lazy Stitch
    Ah, the lazy stitch. The easiest form of bead embroidery and a great way to fill up large areas of space on a surface. The lazy stitch is great for items such as wall hangings or art dolls that don’t get a lot of handling but can be harder
    17-Aug-2005 - Details

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    Need some Beading Gifts and Goodies for yourself or a beady friend
    Looking for some great gift ideas or wonderful beading products for yourself? Here's a list of some of the Top Beading Gifts and Goodies for your beading friends or for your own beading area. These bead products are wonderful additions to any beading area and are useful, helpful and just plain fun. Take a look!
    18-Apr-2005 - Details

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    Bead It - Adorn yourself with something bold and beautiful
    Who'd have thought looking chunky would be a good thing? It is when it comes to adornments for the neck this season, where bigger is definitely better. Picture being stranded on a tropical island. No, not left behind, but covered in layers of exotic beads. They were all over spring runways in playful multiples or a single, super-sized choker
    10-Apr-2005 - Details

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    Necklace Design from FREE Bead Stringing Projects
    Here are some hints to help you get started with creating your own necklaces. Threading beads is pretty basic, but it does help to know a few tricks if you are going to add a clasp or if you are planning on knotting between each bead.
    15-Apr-2005 - Details

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    Daisy Chain Bead Stitch
    Daisy Chain is the quintessential Springtime stitch and so many adorable projects can be made with this simple and sweet stitch
    26-Apr-2005 - Details

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    TV show for beading enthusiasts
    A new half-hour show about making jewelry, called "Beads, Baubles & Jewels," is now airing on many PBS stations. This show has wide appeal, with projects from leading designers to inspire needleworkers and home-sewers as well as jewelry makers.
    04-May-2005 - Details

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    Unique Beaded Earrings
    Beaded earrings are so back in style!! The master of this website use only the finest beads, Swarovski crystals, and keep his eyes open for unusual and unique handmade beads for beaded earrings
    09-May-2005 - Details

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    Boundaries, Pattern and Embroidery
    Karen Reimer is a Chicago artist who is exploring concepts of pattern, context and limitation by creating embroidered interpretations of contemporary ephemera and trash.
    16-May-2005 - Details

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    Arts and Crafts: A new organic spirit in fashion
    The 21st century seems a long stretch from the original Arts and Crafts movement, founded in the 1880s as the Industrial Revolution
    18-May-2005 - Details

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    Craftster project forum
    Craftster.org is a repository for hip, crafty, diy (do it yourself) projects. People who have crafty urges, but who are not excited by cross stitched bunnies and crocheted toilet paper cozies, can show off their current craft projects, ask advice on future projects and get inspiration for new endeavors.
    20-May-2005 - Details

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    Homemade Halloween Make Up, Bruises & Blood
    Dressing up for Halloween is so much fun! Enjoy it even more knowing that you and your little goblins prepared their faces for the frightful night
    25-May-2005 - Details

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    Origami - Folding Instructions
    The following are links to origami diagrams available on the internet. There are myriad folding instructions on the internet but the webmaster have listed only those that she have come across, tried, liked and photographed
    07-Jun-2005 - Details

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    How to Decorate a Kids Room Without Painting
    Your 5 year-old wants a life-size portrait of The Wiggles on her bedroom wall. Or maybe your 12 year-old has decided she wants to live in an all-black room with silver glitter plastered across the ceiling. How can you avoid such disasters and still indulge your child's thirst for self-expression? Here are some creative (yet temporary) decoration ideas that you and your child can use to personalize his or her space
    13-Jun-2005 - Details

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    Summer Crafts, Activities and Worksheets
    These crafts projects are for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school children. The crafts use materials found around the house, like egg cartons, cardboard, paper, boxes, string, crayons, paint, glue, etc. See a page about color mixing to see how to combine paint to make all the colors of the rainbow.
    20-Jun-2005 - Details

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    Easter Crafts for All Ages
    Easter Bunny Egg Bag. Better than a basketful of eggs, this cute bunny bag holds treats for egg hunters of all ages.
    04-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Top 10 Rainy Day Projects
    Are you stuck in the house with nothing to do? Looking for something to do to pass the time? Then you have come to the right place - check out this collection of craft projects! Several ideas here to help you pass the time and the best part is most of these projects can be completed with simple items you already have laying around your house.
    17-May-2006 - Details

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    Draft Craft Manifesto
    People get satisfaction for being able to create/craft things because they can see themselves in the objects they make. This is not possible in purchased products.
    26-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Step-by-Step Guide to Papier Maché
    It’s the ultimate in recycling - mushy paper pulp transformed into works of art. Bettine Bain demonstrates how.


    You Will Need

    25 sheets of A4 paper - you can adapt amounts once you get an idea of how much pulp you need. We used copy paper but lining paper or even newspaper would be suitable.
    08-Aug-2005 - Details

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    Crafts : Origami : Book Necklace
    1. Fold a 18" x 3-3/4" strip of paper in half lengthwise (figure A). Unfold the paper and then fold the two sections just created in half. Make all three creases into mountain folds (crease up) (figure B). Fold those sections in half again until you have eight even sections. Make all seven creases into mountains. Fold all eight sections in half to create 16 even sections of an accordion booklet.
    08-Aug-2005 - Details

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