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Well, here we are at nearly the end of the month and I’ve finally remembered to post about this. But hey, the month isn’t over yet,  so not too late to talk about!’s Family Crafts site made this suggestion for March:

National Craft Month can be the perfect excuse to pull all those half-finished projects out of their hiding places and get them done. For those who don’t make crafts, what better reason to start crafting? What will you do to celebrate National Craft Month?”

Isn’t that a great goal for what’s left of the month? Pulling out an old project that needs finishing? What projects are in your “to finish” pile? I know I have some pages waiting for journaling, as well as a few class kits that I’d like to assemble.  Maybe you have some projects that are missing a little this or a little that? With the March Madness at SGT, you can pick up the goodies you need to finish those pages.

For me the unfinished scrapbooking projects are going onto my “post-tax season” project list.  But I’m still doing something special for National Craft month. Now that I’ve got all my class samples ready for next week’s kickoff, I’m unwinding at the end of my busy days by knitting a scarf.

So, how will you join in on National Craft month festivities?


There is a wonderful selection of vintage paper out right now and buttons make great embellishments. Big buttons are all the rage, often grouped together or used individually to make a single statement.  We all have premade buttons but think about making your own out of chipboard, felt, fabric or paper. With spring in the air, buttons make great flower centers.  Just something to think about.

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The reorder of Glimmer Mist from Tattering Angels just arrived! We have in stock (Thursday) English Ivy, Frost, Vanilla Breeze, Sea Glass, Yellow Daisy, Rose Tea, Vintage Pink, and Old Lace. If you are unfamiliar with Glimmer Mist it comes in a spray form and is generally used with a “mask.” A mask is similar to a stencil. Spray the mist over the mask and it creates an image on the paper. Spray in layers to create a unique design. Use this technique for cards or for layouts. It is easy to do and the effect is so beautiful. Happy Creating! -Susan B.

Just a reminder that tonight’s project is the super cute and very versatile Spring card complete with a 3 D butterfly!!  That Krista is so creative.  Don’t miss out….come on down for a little “me time”.

Hope to see you tonight!!

Dr. Heidi Ho

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