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March 25, 2009



I was gifted dozens of plain white Chinese takeout cartons. I'm going to decorate them with a spring theme and fill with Easter eggs to give to friends.


Oooh! I wanna be one of Janet's friends.

I haven't thought so much about crafting for Spring. However, I have been giving serious thought to this "spring cleaning" phenomenon I've heard tales about... Does that count?

Lynda Taylor

Thanks for the info on those 2 books. They are both crafts that I really want to try.

For Easter I will probably knit some little easter bags or baskets but as I am going into winter not spring (I come from a land downunder) my thoughts for crafting are more towards some felted scarfs. I want to try shibori felt with some of them.

Maxine Kollar

I just love your Craftside gift of information. Your choices often fit in with the craft work I am doing or want to do. I already have the felting book, but would love the other one Altered Art Circus and am going to look up some of the books Stephanie Girard has on her Sweather Surgery. My favorite L word is Lavender.


I'm in a swap to make Easter cards, but haven't even started...yikes! Guess I better get busy. I'd love both book...I'm in one of Lisa's groups on Flickr her work is awesome! And I love to needle felt.

Lisa Kettell

I'm making Easter Doll Assemblages in Large Candy Easter Egg Containers, with the plexi glass lids, really into preserving peeps by encasing them in resin.
Thank You so much for publishing the interview today on your blog!

Magic and Joy!

wendy m.

Thank you for sharing that wonderful interview with Lisa - her studio looks magical! For Easter I'm going to try my hand at these wonderful little bird nests and trees that were featured on an oh-so-popular show recently. They were absolutely charming.

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