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In this episode, we're searching for ways that our favorite crafting techniques are showing up in the news. It's a delightful mixture of celebrities, scandal, and downright heartwarming stories. Show notes: https://veryseriouscrafts.com/episodes
Show Notes Inner Circle member Louise McManus has managed to find that balance - a profitable and enjoyable shop, balanced with a great quality of life! She's here to share with us how that's possible! Seven years ago Louise McManus bought a house, built in 1856, in historic Erie Canal hamlet and had a dream of creating a beautiful shop the community would love, and the rest is history! This was a new venture for Louise, as she came from working in a bridal boutique and as a jewelry designer. The Vischer Ferry General Store is both a café and a retail gift shop. Her journey as a retail shop owner has been one to watch not only because of her multiple buckets of revenue streams, but the atmosphere she has created for her customers - it truly is a destination shop! I have watched her grow into a CEO who is flexible and knows how to think in the future. I know her journey will help yours as well. Take some notes, Louise is living her best life as a shop owner and is still in love with it all! “It's my business, and it can be whatever I want it to be.” - Louise McManus More show notes here https://wendybatten.com/120/
Southern Lights hosted Crafts & Cocktails with Alexis last night – what a fun night! We're still processing Project Down & Dirty Film Fest and Jason has some ideas. A viral video of a beautiful display of Little League sportsmanship, but a cable TV channel took an unusual take on it and it angers us. Where's the family staying with Ezra Miller? Wendy Williams promotes her podcast on Instagram and something's off.
Crafts and Cocktails with Alexis is tonight at Southern Lights! And our Project Down and Dirty theme will be revealed at 8; we don't have many clues this year. Six women have detailed sexual allegations against Fred Savage.
Director of Photography Natalie Kingston is continually inspired by the collaborative process of creating a distinct visual language for each film she shoots. Her work is always informed by the story and rooted in emotion. Kingston's latest work can be seen in Black Bird, the upcoming Apple TV+ crime drama, starring Taron Egerton, Paul Houser, Ray Liotta and Greg Kinnear. Recently Kingston also…
Life lessons come in all different ways. But the last place I expected to learn one was from a goldfish! But that is exactly what happened.Sherman used his own early life experiences to teach me a much-needed lesson on Resilience. In his classroom I learned the importance of:· Recovering quickly from difficulties· Being tough· Springing back into the person I was meant to be, rather than who others thought I should beJoin me and ‘Professor Sherman' in the classroom and learn how this crazy goldfish taught me one of the most important life lessons for living a Simple Life.
Pat is full blood Cherokee Native American Singer/Ventriloquist mother of 3, grandmother to 7 and married for 36 years. Watch on YouTube Pat works at PPLSI, home of LegalShield and IDShield in Ada, Oklahoma for 17 years. She serves as a song leader & program director Pat also serves as the Children's Education Director on the Indian Falls Creek Board. 1. Has Perry been shared outside of Oklahoma? 2. How long have you been sharing Perry? 3. What languages do you sing? Events: http://www.IndianFallsCreek.org Davis, Oklahoma Family Native American Encampment Celebrating 75 Years with Tribes from all over the United States. IFC is July 31-August 4th, 2022 with Jay Mule as the Camp Pastor. Youth and children meetings. Services Sunday morning and evening. www.TheNativeAmericanLinkInc.org Is responsible for the Women events at IFC such as Bible Study, Testimonials, & Crafts. Pat is a member of the Native Praise Choir since 2009, which is also a part of IFC “His grace is sufficient” They sing in 3 native languages, Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw-Chickasaw, and they wear their traditional dresses. If you would like to book Pat and Perry for an event at your church, Youth event, Vacation Bible School, children's event, adult presentation anywhere in the United States: Because Pat and Perry are in demand: Please call 580-320-8191 and leave your name, best phone number, dates and description of your event and they will contact you. Pat & Perry Ministry also provides the hygiene and clothing to the South Dakota Reservation. #Ventriloquist #Cherokee, #choctawnation #PPLSI #LegalShield #IDShield #PrePaidLegal #Christianministry #NativeAmericanReservations
In our continued series featuring San Pedro vendors, we welcome Amber Onorato, a local crafter and owner of Twenty-Two Crafts. In this week's episode, we learn about Amber's San Pedro upbringing plus her multi-generational roots in this town. Amber and Amanda inform newbie Jess about the sunken part of Paseo Del Mar's iconic ocean-view drive that connected Royal Palms to the other side of White Point Nature Center. Amber shares what it was like working from home during the pandemic with her husband and how the slower pace of life at the time allowed her to reprioritize her time and return to what she loves – crafting. We chat about what it truly means to shop local and prioritize quality and longevity. With her business Twenty-Two Crafts, Amber made it a point to donate a percentage of sales to charities dear to her and her customers. From hand-crafted garlands to homemade gifts and personalized home decor, Amber's crafts are special and cherished by her customers. You can follow Twenty-Two Crafts on instagram, @twentytwocrafts, to stay up to date on her latest neighboring pop-up. Share this episode and information with friends, family or co-workers and leave us a review. Follow and subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. You can also support the podcast by becoming a patron at patreon.com/hellosanpedro where you'll get access to bonus episodes and more. Follow us on instagram for more San Pedro content at @hellosppodcast. Thanks for listening, – Amanda + Jess Our website https://www.hellosanpedro.com/ Twenty-Two Crafts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twentytwocrafts/ Twenty-Two Crafts Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/twentytwocraftsco/?etsrc=sdt Thank you to Rock Ashfield at Palm Realty Boutique for the generous recording space! Rock Ashfield (562) 243-2809 email@example.com https://rockthehouse.prbhomes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ashfield Palm Realty Boutique San Pedro 255 W 6th St. San Pedro, CA 90731
LIVE from HAVEN 2022: Jay, Jay Munee DIY (Organization Conversation, Episode 30) Jay of Jay Munee DIY joined Richard Grove and Mike from Mike Built Something at HAVEN 2022 to chat about her work. She shared how she got into DIY with Dollar Store items, her lessons in organizing her video files, how she personally […]
The “LIFE ART LIFE William Bernstein” exhibition opens August 6 and runs through October 9, 2022, at the Toe River Arts' Kokol Gallery, Spruce Pine, North Carolina. This 50-year retrospective of the blown glass work and paintings of William Bernstein showcases the work of an artist who has been at the forefront of the North Carolina studio glass movement for over 50 years. It creates a visual summary of the separate elements of Bernstein's art over time – his motives, goals, and achievements, while showing his ability to work simultaneously in diverse mediums. Curated by Bernstein, the artist was assisted by Jordan Ahlers from Momentum Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina. He and Billy selected approximately 40 sculptural works and 20 wall pieces that span his career. The artist's unique style of incorporating images on glass is mirrored stylistically in his two-dimensional paintings. So much of his work and family life are evident in his art forms – portraits of the people, pets, and environs that surround him. Both an online and printed catalog will be available that will include narratives about Bernstein's lifetime of art written by Bill Warmus, former curator at Corning Museum of Glass, and will include images from the show. Writes Warmus: “Bernstein is a minimalist whose style is based upon the dedication to the concepts of honesty, modesty, and humility. It has a feel of its surroundings and of the people of the region.” Graduating in 1968 from the Philadelphia College of Arts and just married, Bernstein moved to Penland School of Crafts to be their second glass resident artist from 1968 to 1970. He was a co-founder of the Glass Arts Society (GAS) – together with glass pioneers Mark Peiser and Fritz Dreisbach – that formed to bring together the glass community so people could work together and learn from each other. Receiving numerous awards, fellowships and grants, he has exhibited internationally and has artwork in many private and public collections. Bernstein has lived most of his professional life in the rural Celo community, a land trust in rural Yancey, North Carolina, along with his family and artist wife, Katherine Bernstein. Katherine and William both grew up in New Jersey and met while attending art school at Philadelphia College of Arts. In the early years, Katie worked in hand-built porcelain and Billy, very influenced by Scandinavian and colonial American glass design, started producing a variable line of goblets and sculptural pieces. In the mid 1970s, glass master and educator Harvey Littleton moved to the area and quickly took an interest in the young artists' work. He insisted that Katie's sculpture in clay would translate beautifully into glass. To make his point, he took several of Katie's clay originals back to his studio and cast them in crystal. The results were wonderful, and Katie started working exclusively in glass. By the ‘80s, both Bernsteins had established themselves as major forces in the glass world, but to keep their studio running they needed a steady flow of sales, which eventually brought them together in the creation of a line of goblets and tableware. Katie supplied the imagery with melted glass color rods, and Billy formed the result into a vessel. This combination proved very popular and received wide recognition in design journals and magazines. They continue to produce these pieces today under the name Bernstein Glass. Currently, both Billy and Katie produce individual pieces for gallery shows and collaborate with two assistants on the functional work. Their oldest son Josh is a physician, and their son Alex is a respected glass artist; both live in Asheville, North Carolina. Katie and Billy remain content in their log cabin with their huge dog Murphy. Says Billy: “This has not only been a year-long process of curating pieces for an exhibit, but a lifetime of making art that connects with all things about one's life.” Coinciding with the United Nations' Year 2022 as the Year of Glass and the 60th Anniversary of the Studio Glass Movement, the “LIFE ART LIFE William Bernstein” exhibition has been made possible by Toe River Arts, the North Carolina Arts Council, the Cary Art Center, Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass, the Blumenthal Foundation, and Mountain Electronics in Micaville, North Carolina. Billy's Digital Sketchbook: https://www.billysdigitalsketchbook.net/ Retrospective Catalogue: https://www.billysdigitalsketchbook.net/_files/ugd/70476b_4ed469574598440ebea63ee03a0c34db.pdf
What's in Our Cup The crow pattern Diana talked about Scottish Breakfast from Taylors of Harrogate decaf coffee from Second Cup Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Balloon Sleeve Cardigan halloween cowl design Diana: Fossil Frenzy Tee (ravelry) Garter Marler Sweater (ravelry) Wool Gathering Patreon Hangout Saturday August 20 at 12:00pm CDT (Manitoba time) Movie day August 27 at 12:00pm… Continue reading Episode 278 – 100 Crows
Bevin specializes in textiles, crafts, and fabrics. She has some wonderful information to share!Join my online school for eBay sellers here. Use coupon code 2022FREETRIAL$ for a limited free trial.Email your comments, feedback and constructive criticism to me at Suzanne@SuzanneAWells.comGet your BOLO Book and eBay Calendar in my eBay Store here. Join my private Facebook group here.Find me on YouTube here.Visit my website here.Happy Selling!
Welcome to the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom. Today's guest is Gina Mote. She has started many successful businesses, most recently a virtual, at-home DIY woodworking and painting workshop called Little August Ranch. She's with us today to talk about her experiences as an entrepreneur and share her best tips for growing a small business. Gina's inspiration for Little August Ranch came from the intersection of her love for crafts and scrapbooking, her favorite month, and her and her family's move from chilly Idaho to a small desert ranch in Arizona. Her passion naturally scaled into a successful business by sharing her work on social media. From there, it was craft shows and scaling. A primary challenge Gina faced when scaling her business was physically hauling the materials to craft shows. To combat this, Gina pivoted to online selling through Etsy and her personal website, which comes with its own set of challenges. However, this allowed them to introduce a monthly subscription box, which streamlined much of their sales through the website. Etsy originally served the purpose of running credit cards for Gina's business, but after building her own website, she realized Etsy had many other perks that are incredibly useful for what she was doing. Etsy has already done the work of building an audience to come to your page, something you'd have to do yourself with a personal website. Because she has a robust understanding of SEO, she was able to catapult her sales. From Etsy, you can build your own website once your customer base starts to form. Building a Shopify website allows for Facebook integration, further driving leads to your product. Now that her business is streamlined and scaled, the biggest challenge is time. She overcomes this hurdle through delegation and finding what it is she is best at, and offloading the rest. She considered what it is she wanted to spend her day doing and hired out the rest. Gina uses skills from completely different businesses in her current work. She noticed that the world was shifting online, so she built processes around that to set herself up in the future. Plus, throughout her time scaling other jobs, she was taking training and building up her know-how. She recommends building pieces and seeking out coaches as you go. For those who are struggling to find their creative outlet, Gina recommends listening to what people are saying, checking out Pinterest, and finding what speaks to you, what you think you could do, and what you'd enjoy creating. All it takes is the desire to create. Key Takeaways Moving online is a great way to scale and streamline your business. Etsy has already done the work of building an audience to come to your page, something you'd have to do yourself with a personal website. Find skills that will be applicable to other jobs to ease transition paralysis.
Last week, we wrapped up our deep dive into the films of Judd Apatow. This week, we're discussing the heir apparent to the Zucker/Abrahams/Zucker dynasty, a man named David Wain, and his directorial debut "Wet Hot American Summer". It's a tale that involves negligent chaperoning, the downsides of shooting spring for summer, an ensemble murderer's row, jettisoned dark story points, and comedic references to everything from "Meatballs" to "Sleepaway Camp".Join your wonky yet affable host!This Week's Recommendation(s): "Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!" (2008)For every single episode at least a week early and great WEEKLY bonus episodes, become a Patreon subscriber. For only $5 you can help keep the show alive and enjoy some quality laughs in the process: https://www.patreon.com/coolnesschroniclesTwitter: @coolnesspodryan, Instagram: @thecoolnesschronicles, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coolnesspodryan Theme Music by: Bildschirm (bildschirm.bandcamp.com). Artwork by: Lacie Barker. The clips featured in this podcast were for critical review and parody, which are protected under the Fair Use laws of the United States Copyright Act of 1976. All rights are reserved and acknowledged.Support the show
The last thing you probably want to think about in the heat of the summer is planning for Christmas. But right now is actually the best time to do just that. From planning, making lists, baking ahead, and creating handmade gifts, Christmas can be a hectic season. Listen in and learn how to apply a Simple Life perspective on getting ready for the holidays. In this Episode, we will be talking about:· Any handmade items can keep you busy, while still staying cool· Cookie dough can be whipped up and put in the freezer· Casseroles can be made and frozen without heating up the oven· Lists can be made· Planning can be doneWhen all these things are completed, a big chunk of the holiday work will be finished. That means you can settle in and spend time making some great holiday memories! Go ahead. Grab your glass of lemonade, pull up a rocker and settle in to learn more about Planning Ahead for Christmas – even if it is hot out there!
Enjoyed this episode? Keep the podcast going by joining the Nature and Nourish Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/beckyocole Purchase my new book: The Garden Apothecary- https://amzn.to/3yvErze Join my mailing list for bonuses and events & visit the blog for details on everything mentioned: https://www.beckyocole.com Say hi on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/beckyocole This episode is all about Celebrating Summer with Children with Late Summer Seasonal Ideas, ideas on celebrating Lammas or Lughnasadh, Summer waldorfy Crafts, how to make a summer Nature Table and summer Forest School activities as well as our favourite kids books to read at this time of year.
Ezra Johnson's work has been included in group shows at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (Kansas City), the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), the ICA Philadelphia, and the Site Santa Fe Biennial. His work is included in the Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL; Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris, France; and The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA. Johnson's work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Miami Rail, ArtNews, Hyperallergic, and the New York Times. His BFA was conferred from the California College of the Arts and Crafts, and he received his MFA from Hunter College. Ezra Johnson, Shot Winner, 2022 oil on linen, 72h x 48w in, 182.88h x 121.92w cm Ezra Johnson, Sometimes Shaky, 2022 oil on linen, 69h x 49w in, 175.26h x 124.46w cm Ezra Johnson, The Painter, 2022 oil on linen, 80h x 48w in 203.20h x 121.92w cm
Thank you for tuning in to Episode 236 of the Down Cellar Studio Podcast. For full show notes with photo check out my website. This week's segments included: Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins From the Armchair KAL News Events Ask Me Anything On a Happy Note Quote of the Week Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Woolen Women Splash Pad Socks Pattern: OMG Heel by Megan Williams ($5 Knitting Pattern available on Ravelry) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Yarn: Woolen Women Fibers 80/20 SW Merino/Nylon Blend. Colorway: Into the Deep Ravelry Project Page 219.6 meters for Stash Dash 4 Crocheted Jar Cozies Yarn: Lion Brand Re-up in various colors Hook: G (4.25) for bottom and F (3.75 mm) for the sides Patterns: some are a take off on my Ball Band with a Twist pattern available on Ravelry & LoveCrafts Rainbow Ball Band with a Twist- Ravelry Project Page. 38.5 meters Improv Cluster Cozy- Ravelry Project Page. 35.4 meters Teal Vanicream Cozy- Ravelry Project Page. 40.7 meters Gray Vanicream Cozy- Ravelry Project Page. 41.6 meters Rabbit in a Carrot Sleeping Bag #2 Pattern: Rabbit in a Carrot Sleeping Bag by Laura Sutcliffe (2 GBP crochet pattern) $2.70 US Hook: 2.75 mm (C) for bunny & 3.25 mm (D) for sleeping bag Yarn: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted- gray, white, pink, orange and green colors Made one in February 2020 for my niece Hattie's 2nd birthday. This is for Gabriella's 2nd birthday Stuffing: mostly used the cotton that comes at the top of a new bottle of pills/OTC medicine. 84 meters for Stash Dash On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Malabrigo Nube Roving 113g combed top Merino wool Colorway: 870 Candombe Have at least 2. Maybe 3 of these. Purples, pinks, dusty pumpkin/mustard. Pre-drafting really helps. Uneek Christmas Socks Pattern: OMG Heel by Megan Williams ($5 Knitting Pattern available on Ravelry) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Yarn: Uneek Sock Yarn. Colorway 25- Xmas Limited Edition. 2 cakes 220 yards/200 meters each. Ravelry Project Page Recollection Blanket Pattern: Recollection by Deanne Ramsay ($6 crochet pattern available on Ravelry & Etsy– written in both US & UK Crochet terms) Yarn: Various Fingering Weight Yarns from stash held triple. Yarns include (but not limited to)- Legacy Fiber Artz, Yarnable, Goosey Fibers, Knitters Brewing Company, Cascade, Knit Picks Felici. Hook: J (6.0 mm) Ravelry Project Page Changed color plan- after purchasing new pillows for our couch. Pinks, peach, orange, yellow. bits of tan and purple. Blanket is 56 inches wide (not including the fringe). Shawl Design Sideways shawl design that I had to rip back to center (after finishing the increases) because I wasn't happy with how decreases are laying. Figured out what I needed to fix. Ripped back a lot, finally got back to virgin yarn again. Scrappy Hexagon Blanket Pattern: Basic Crochet Hexagon Pattern & Tips from Make Do and Crew Website & YouTube Tutorial Hook: F (3.75 mm) Yarn: Knit Picks Hawthorne Marl Sock Lab in the Grey White Marl Colorway, Patons Kroy in the Gentry Colorway + fingering weight scraps Ravelry Project Page Mapped out gradation plan in Excel. Need:- 132 dark gray & 128 light gray. Completed: 203 of 260 Tiles for Miles Blanket Pattern: Tiles for Miles Crochet Baby Blanket by Yarnspirations. Free crochet pattern available on the Yarnspirations website Yarn: Knit Picks Brava Worsted. Mint for MC. Many colors of greens, blues and grays for Contrast Colors. Hook: I (5.5 mm) Ravelry Project Page From the Armchair Unlost by Gail Muller. Amazon Affiliate Link. Bookshop Affiliate Link. Becoming Odyssa: Adventures on the Appalachian Trail by Jennifer Pharr Davis. Amazon Affiliate Link. Bookshop Affiliate Link. A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail by Bill Bryson. Amazon Affiliate Link. Bookshop Affiliate Link. Take a Hike: A Long walk on the Appalachian Trail by Tim Hewitt. Amazon Affiliate Link. Note: Some links are listed as Amazon Affiliate Links. If you click those, please know that I am an Amazon Associate and I earn money from qualifying purchases. KAL News #SplashPadParty22 Link to the 2022 Splash Pad Party Rules.docx Participant Sign Up- Google Form Check out our amazing Sponsors! Click here for the Google doc with their websites and Instagram profiles. Check out the list of available Coupons from our amazing sponsors: Ravelry link Check out the Splash Pad Exclusive Items here Enter your FOs using this Splash Pad Summer Celebration Form to be eligible for prizes (not a Ravelry link). View all the Entries and the Leaderboard here -> Splash Pad Party Player Stats Need help with an entry submission? -> Splash Pad Support Request Form Questions- check out this Ravelry Thread or email Jen. All projects must be finished by the end of the day (your time) on Sunday July 31, 2022). All entries must be submitted via the Summer Celebration Form by Friday 8/5/22. 823 projects entered so far!3,404 entries for prizes!! Will announce winners of our final prizes in Episode 237! Events Summer Bingo hosted by Monica & Cortney of the Craft Cook Read Repeat Podcast Starts friday evening may 27, ends Mon Sept 5 Need to post a photo of completed Bingo with #CCRRsummerbingo2021 to Instagram or Ravelry Summer Sock Camp hosted by Kay of The Crazy Sock Lady YouTube Channel. The KAL runs 5/28/22 – 8/31/22 this year! Two Ewes Fiber Adventures Summer Spin In. June 1-September 5th. Find their Ravelry Group thread here. #SummerSpinIn2022 Stash Dash (Hosted by The Knit Girllls) will be hosted on Discord again and will be from May 27th-end of August. Discord link: knit girllls discord Tune in to hear if Jen or Jasmin is currently in the lead! Jen's Stash Dash Spreadsheet Tracker- Google Doc Jasmin's Stash Dash Spreadsheet Tracker- Google Doc Ask Me Anything Mazzygirl1- How is your sweet Mom doing? Pebblesgirlcrafts- This isn't podcast related but would ever do a sock drawer tour on YouTube? Genna-with-a-Gee- What are your favorite sources of crafting inspiration? Crafts, YouTube etc?YouTube Channels: Legacy Fiber Artz, Knitty Natty, Earthtones Girl, Stitching the High Notes.Scrolling Instagram. Photos in Ravelry Chat Thread. On a Happy Note Visit with Sue from Legacy Fiber Artz & Sharon from Knit Style Yarns 90 min massage was great even though it left my calves with polka dot bruises Beachside drinks and dinner with my bestie Kris, my mom and hers. Not so happy about wrist pain that lasted for about 4 days but it passed quickly. Furniture shopping with Mom. First night out we got a bookcase about 27 baskets for me. I took Friday off of work, and we did some more furniture shopping. I went to the Keith Urban Concert with the fam including a few of our cousins, followed by family sleepover at Mom & Dads that turned into two 90+ degree pool days. Floating. Diving contests. Penny drop (if you want to play this game with your family consider using my Amazon Affiliate link for purchase) Cardio jazz class with my girlfriends. Being eligible to donate blood again- 1 year after treatment from Lyme disease ended. Going to the Red Sox/Gaurdians Game for the David Ortiz Hall of Fame Induction Celebration. Quote of the Week I believe one thing; that today is yesterday and tomorrow is today and you can't stop. -Martha Graham Thank you for tuning in! Contact Information: Check out the Down Cellar Studio Patreon! Ravelry: BostonJen & Down Cellar Studio Podcast Ravelry Group Instagram: BostonJen1 YouTube: Down Cellar Studio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/downcellarstudio Sign up for my email newsletter to get the latest on everything happening in the Down Cellar Studio Check out my Down Cellar Studio YouTube Channel Knit Picks Affiliate Link Bookshop Affiliate Link Yarnable Subscription Box Affiliate Link Music -“Soft Orange Glow” by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Note: Some links are listed as Amazon Affiliate Links. 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Artwork made by your kids can be an awesome treasure piece until it start to pile up or when you times it by 2 kids, 3 or 5 kids! Here's a Simple Hack for Dealing with the Overload of Artwork and what to do with all it! So you can still Preserve the memories AND not have the clutter! Get on the VIP List for a Special Price for my Book! https://forms.gle/JH87gZ2F7V7mscYa7 -Kawai Let's be Friends! -> https://www.instagram.com/kawai_ahquin Community -> https://bit.ly/HEMsupportgroup Website -> http://www.homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.com Homeschooling Basics Bootcamp → http://www.homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.com/hbb.html Money Basics Bootcamp→ https://homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.thrivecart.com/money-basics-bootcamp/
Visualization in Action (The Orange Corvette Story)! How does Visualization really work, when it comes to Vision Boards? They are not Arts & Crafts projects. They are not some 'Woo-Woo' Guru tool. They are not genies in magic lamps (in my opinion, 'The Secret' really dropped the ball on that part). In this episode, I share what happened at a speaking event when I asked the question: "Does anyone have a car they would LOVE to drive?" What happened next was a 'Tour of the Senses'. Listen in, then run through the same process for one of your goals. And if you get stuck, please reach out. I am happy to have a conversation to help you 'SEE' what you really want! Here's my Calendar: www.SteveChats.com
Join hosts James and Teri Craft and special guest Jenna Mountain, Therapist and Coach, as they unpack concepts of healthy sexuality. For listeners who want to hear more from Jenna, consider joining her, and the Crafts at the Life Unplugged ‘Gathering' Marriage Conference on September 10th, 2022 in McKinney, Texas. For more information and registration see links below. Life Unplugged information and Events: https://www.livelifeunplugged.org/events/Jenna Mountain: https://www.aspenhausassociates.com/jenna-mountainSupport the show
Follow Lavina on Instagram @playbakecreate I'm a mother to a toddler boy and work part-time in marketing. I have a passion for plant-based foods, travel and the arts. My son is hyper- active so I create sensory plays and crafts to help calm him while secretly learning. We are also expecting baby #2 any day now! My mission is to empower parents, teachers and caregivers to foster a lifelong desire for education through creative play ideas and to share innovative resources to make our lives as parents a little bit simpler. Thanks for listening! Follow Dreamland Baby @dreamlandbabyco and check out our website here! Use code MOMMANUAL10 for 10% off your first Dreamland Baby purchase.
What's in Our Cup A Dozen Roses from T. Kettle decaf coffee from Second Cup Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Summer Breeze Cardigan Balloon Sleeve Cardigan Crochet Eden Top halloween cowl design Diana: Fossil Frenzy Tee (ravelry) Scrappy Stripey Striping Socks (vanilla socks with stripes) Polar Bear cross stitch (not sure if it’s still available) spinning fibre from… Continue reading Episode 277 – Two Seventy Upside-down L
“In my pursuit of living a Simple Life, I look for things that can move me forward on my journey in more than one category. Baking bread is the perfect example. First, I am fulfilling a goal to stretch my wings in the cooking and baking meals at home category. Second, I am applying skills in the frugal category by using ingredients I have on hand in my pantry. My creative nature is happy because there are almost endless ingredient combinations to explore – from plain white bread to Pesto Parmesan Ciabatta. And baking bread helps me to take care of my neighbors. Almost everyone loves a fresh baked loaf still warm from the oven!”If learning to bake bread is one of your goals for a Simple Life, this Episode takes a bit of the fear out of the process. Learn tips to baking a delicious loaf of bread. Before you know it, you may just start a love affair with baking bread!Are you ready to fill your kitchen with the aroma of love? Then grab a glass of lemonade, pull up a rocker and join the conversation on the porch. It's time toRelax & Enjoy! Find out more about living a Simple Life at The Farm WifeGet helpful links and transcripts for this episode and others at The Farm Wife/podcastsIf you want to learn more about living a Simple Life or just have a fun visit, you can contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As Rubin explores the world of photo fairs, industry leader Chris Davies takes us into Photo Independent, Paris Photo and NFTs. A must-listen episode for photographers starting to sell their work.
The show opens with a story for the kids about a tree that bleeds. We are talking about the eucalyptus. In Arts-n-Crafts we carry the topic of the resin from the tree to make your own Vicks. In the second show we continue our interview with Benny DiChiara whose injury left him recliner-ridden for months–to […]
In this exciting episode, Matt Prewitt speaks with the inquisitive and captivating Christine Lemmer-Webber, who is CTO of the Spritely Institute and whose lifelong work focuses on advocating user freedom. This philosophical and technical discussion focuses on the many ways to look at ethical methods of building technology without usurping the free agency of others; a pluralistic view of examining technical design with different lenses. NOTE: This is a regular season episode of the RadicalxChange(s) podcast. Our mini season of "A New Era of Democracy" will continue following this episode.Things Mentioned: Spritely InstituteScheme Primer from Spritely InstituteRandy Farmer!FOSS and Crafts podcast (hosted by Christine Lemmer-Webber and Dr. Morgan Lemmer-Webber)The terms "context collapse" and "collapsed contexts" (the latter coined by technology and social media scholar danah boyd in the early 2000s).Neohabitat gameChristine gives a shout-out to Leilani Gilpin's paper on accountability layers (re: machine learning systems)Donate to the Spritely Institute! Funders email email@example.com.Christine Lemmer-Webber (she/they) has devoted her life to advancing user freedom. She founded the MediaGoblin project because she believes that in order to allow people to express their agency, putting networking technology in the hands of users in a way that empowers them is fundamental. Realizing that the federated social web was fractured by a variety of incompatible protocols, she co-authored and shepherded ActivityPub's standardization, which as of 2020, is the most popular and widely deployed web-based decentralized social network protocol to date. Christine established the open-source Spritely Project to solve known problems in existing centralized and decentralized social media platforms and to re-imagine the way we build networked applications - work that now continues here at the Spritely Institute under her guidance as CTO.Matt Prewitt (he/him) is a lawyer, technologist, and writer. He is President of the RadicalxChange Foundation.Production CreditsProduced by G. Angela Corpus.Co-Produced and Audio Engineered by Aaron Benavides.Executive Produced by G. Angela Corpus, Jennifer Morone, and Matt Prewitt.Intro/Outro music by MagnusMoone, “Wind in the Willows,” is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)This is a RadicalxChange Production.Learn more on our website: radicalxchange.org Collaborate with us on Github: github.com/RadicalxChangeJoin the conversation on Twitter: twitter.com/RadxChangeSign up for our newsletter: bit.ly/RxCnewsletterRelive our events on YouTube: youtube.com/c/RadicalxChangeOrganize with us on Discord: bit.ly/joinrxcdiscord
The party splits to pursue their goals in the City of Echoes. ChaCha took a wrong turn somewhere. Dili puts his tools to work. Detective Nix is on the case. Player Intrusion: Stace: Strange Horticulture (https://www.iceberg-games.com/strange-horticulture/) Your cast: GM: Daniel (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/daniel) Adilabrim "Dili" Kret: Sampson (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/sampson) Chansey "Cha-Cha" Letoile: Alex (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/alex) Nix: Stace (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/hosts/stace) Music Theme music: Ninth World by Dave Sterling (https://www.mixcloud.com/davesterling/). Cold Case by Dark Fantasy Studios Demon at the Door by Dark Fantasy Studios Sadboivybe by Ryan Vetter / via Audiio Connecting Dots by Dark Fantasy Studios Fear by Dark Fantasy Studios Strategic Invasion by Liam Back / via Audiio Addiitonal SFX and ambience by Audio Alchemist and Monument Studios. Production Editing: Daniel Transcription: Stace Safety in Role-playing It is essential that everyone playing in a game feels safe and is having fun. We've compiled a brief list of the safety tools we use here (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/safety). As always, see our standard disclaimer (https://www.explorerswanted.fm/disclaimer).
What's in Our Cup decaf coffee from Second Cup coffee from Chocosol Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Pi Made Me Do It – new shawl design coming soon! Summer Breeze Cardigan Steinkriger (ravelry) Balloon Sleeve Cardigan Diana: Fossil Frenzy Tee (ravelry) Scrappy Stripey Striping Socks (vanilla socks with stripes) Wool Gathering Patreon Hangout Saturday July 23 at 12:00pm CDT… Continue reading Episode 276 – Mephistopheles’ Fart
The adventurers continue from door to door trying to find the people of importance they wish to meet with. Squash questions how he will grow in time, Balance enjoys pestering someone, Zaltanna remembers a companion, and Rhal offers some art supplies. Will any of the doors they find hold the audience they seek? I guess we are about to find out... Thanks to Tian for voicing Rose! Get early access to the [Kino] campaign on Patreon! You can help support the show at http://www.Patreon.com/TLDPod Find us - Email: TheLuckyDiePodcast@gmail.com Website: www.TheLuckyDie.com Twitter: @TLDPod Arch - @Arch_DnD Casey - @childofginevra Eyþór - @Abyzzinn Neil - @BardicMartin Volonda - @Volly_Londa
I think every child is fascinated with gem stones. The show looks at gem stones and how they are formed and provides some interesting ideas for experiencial learning in the Arts-n-Crafts section. During this show we look at free math resources. After the first half we again interview Julie Lavender. She is delighted in finding […]
Salutations! It is I, Alakazambra Tyesha Morganis, sending you greetings from Flutterbudge Lake Summer Camp where I am saying “I love you” by teaching Charms and Crafts to all the campers! This year, camp is extra special. Wanteth to know why? Because Count of Vacula is here as well! He has never been to camp before, so I thought sharing this experience with him wouldst be a terrific way to say, “I love you!”We are having a spellbinding summer, and Vac is even helping me write a love letter to my boyfriend, Bandersnatch Countyseat. That is, Vac might help me as soon as he calms down from all the goblin glitter he hath eaten off the floor . . . rby the Eye of Greldar, that stuff really makes him excited!I shall see you all again in a few weeks back at The Imagine Neighborhood™, but in the meantime, I hope you are finding all kinds of magical methods for telling your family and friends “I love you!” Sendeth me a letter to tell me about it, and of course, I wouldst be delighted to know—how wast thou kind today?PS: And remember—pixie wings do NOT go in thine mouth!
We jumped on the line again with Neal Zygarlicke, this time we chatted about Fourth Fridays in La Crosse, a new riverside event featuring arts,crafts, beer, food, and local music. We connect on the impetus of the event and dig into this addition to the foodie and arts scene. https://www.facebook.com/fourthfridayslaxYou can find more conversations, food reviews, live music and events on our website https://lacrosselocal.com.
(7/15/2022) Chemist, artist and industrial hygienist Monona Rossol is the founder of Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety, Inc. A not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing health and safety services to the arts. She is also the Health and Safety Director for the Local 829 union of the United Scenic Artists International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. Join us when, Monona addresses concerns of the COVID pandemic actually being over, health statistics, as well as new findings of Money Pox on this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI 99.5FM.
What's in Our Cup Kericho Gold Huckleberry Happiness from Plum Deluxe Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Pi Made Me Do It – new shawl design coming soon! Summer Breeze Cardigan Shapely Boyfriend Cardigan Steinkriger (ravelry) Eight Bit (ravelry) Flat White (ravlery) Ursina Sweater shawl design Diana: Ursina Sweater Fossil Frenzy Tee (ravelry) Scrappy Stripey Striping Socks (vanilla… Continue reading Episode 275 – Surprise Yarn
This week we meet an extraordinary couple, whose life-long partnership and dual creativity changed the face of Britain's Arts and Crafts movement. If it's ever been possible to come up with a philosophy for how to live, William Morris came pretty close. He once said that “The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life.” It's a beautiful sentiment and it's one that makes even more sense when you learn more about his family and the home he created with his wife, Jane. Their marriage was complicated and painful at times, but Jane and William Morris built a life together that valued things that were beautiful and useful, people who were generous and creative. The story of their relationship is told vividly in my guest today, Suzanne Fagence Cooper's new book How We Might Live: At Home With Jane and William Morris. Suzanne Fagence Cooper is a writer, lecturer and curator, working on 19th and 20th century British art, design and culture. How We Might Live, is published by Quercus. As ever, for more about this episode, head over to our website: www.tttpodcast.com Show Notes Scene One: 1862. The birth of May Morris. Scene Two: 1862. First exhibition for Morris & Co. Scene Three: 1862. The death of Elizabeth Siddall. Momento: Gabriel Rossetti's book of poems. People/Social Presenter: Artemis Irvine Guest: Suzanne Fagence Cooper Production: Maria Nolan Podcast partner: Ace Cultural Tours Follow us on Twitter: @tttpodcast_ Or on Facebook See where 1862 fits on our Timeline
On this episode of Our American Stories, sports journalist, Jim O'Brian, tells us the story of the founding owner of the Steelers, Legend Art Rooney, Sr.Joy Neal Kidney, author of Leora's Letters, tells us the story of the many diseases people contracted during the great depression and how they carried on. Keycap artist, known as Tiny Makes Things, shares her story of when she decided that she wanted to quit her job and start her own business making artisan keycaps for mechanical keyboards. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate) Time Codes: 00:00 - Two Funerals, One Steelers Legend: THE Art Rooney, Sr. 25:00 - Dreaded Diseases of the Great Depression 35:00 - She Quit Her High Paying Job To Make Crafts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we could not be happier to be joined by our very good friend the actress, comedian and musician Kate Micucci to discuss her childhood obsession with radio call-in contests, something she was so skilled at that eventually her local radio station told her she had to stop calling in. Along the way we discuss the time Jonah won Lilith Fair and Poison tickets from his local radio station and took Vanessa to both shows (Lilith Fair proved to be better attended), the lasting benefits of taking keyboarding classes in high school and the time Kate and Vanessa performed at a nineties-inspired music festival alongside Matchbox Twenty... or maybe it was Third Eye Blind? Finally, we play an inspiring round of our viral segment Change.dork, which explores everything from the barriers to entry for Funkytown to Crocs etiquette. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
M20 introduces the Crafts coming together to be a new player in the Ascension War. So where did the Crafts come from and how are they organized? Victor and Terry talk how the Disparates may cooperate...and how they don't. Book of Crafts - 2e book outlining the Crafts Book of Secrets - M20 book outlining how the Disparates mete out justice Dragons of the East - Revised book of East Asian Crafts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mage-the-podcast/message
Being a beginner is as fun as it is intimidating. Not all beginners have the same amount of knowledge or the same amount of confidence. In this episode, Sarai and Haley share three levels of beginners, how to identify where you currently fall, and how to pick patterns that help you grow your skillset.
An American expat living in France draws on her artistic ability and heritage to sell multiethnic graphic illustrations. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.