I was a contestant on TLC's

Craft Wars, August 2012


(Check out our projects in Somerset Memories)


Crafting Tutorials I've done:

Sweet Sensations Centerpiece

ATC Holder

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Everyone Sparkly/Puffy Hearts Pinterest

I am what techie people would call an "early adaptor" which is a nice way of saying I am super easily swept away when something new and shiny comes along. Pinterest? I signed up IMMEDIATELY when I heard about it. This week CNET and some other fancy people have declared the site very influencial. Take that, Madison Ave! (assuming of course that the Madison Ave. thing still exists outside of my Don Draper fantasy).

Anyway, this leads me to the realization that a lot of my Guilty Crafter projects have mostly only been posted on Facebook and YouTube. What does that mean? They're not pinnable! Yikers. I want them on my boards so stand by for a photo bomb because they CAN be pinned from my blog.... Here are the projects from all of the web series I have posted thus far. Minus my most current episode because I STILL can't find the freakin' apron in my "craftalanche" of a craft space.

 I have more but I'll save them for another time. If you haven't seen one of these crafts, you can find it at *shameless plugs- incoming!* www.guiltycrafter.com or on my GuiltyCrafter You Tube Channel. And I usually post related craft projects for each of my videos on my GuiltyCrafter Facebook page. Woot.

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