WFMW: Get {Craftsy}

I love the new site: Craftsy.

Have y’all heard of it?

It’s for knitters, sewers, quilters (people with real skill), but it’s also for people like me who are wicked with a glue gun.

Craftsy is the fastest growing online community for Crafters!

Craftsy users love:
1) Terrific online classes from amazing instructors for beginning, intermediate and advanced quilters, knitters, crocheters, seamstresses, jewelry makers, and other crafters.
2) Fantastic good deals on crafting supplies: organic yarn, lovely fabrics and high quality needles, etc..

It’s free to sign up and be inspired.  (If you sign up for online classes and tutorials, there are class fees). I like hopping on there and looking thru ideas for Mercy House and my daughter who says every other day, “Got any crafts for me to do?”

Take a look and get craftsy!

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    Oh my goodness! I have not heard about Craftsy, either!!! I’m heading to check it out, too. My daughter will LOVE a site like that! Uh oh…I foresee a lot more money heading towards Hobby Lobby and Michaels… :-)

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    Oh NO…another one to suck my time :( I am so going to have to check it out even though I don’t knit, sew or crochet (and I’m not so sure I even have a glue gun anymore!) …

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    Happy Wednesday morning to you! My DIY Children’s Book with Audio was really fun to create and so I am here sharing it with you and your readers. Thanks for hosting the party once again. Have a great week!

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    Thank you so much for hosting.

    I shared a post about the surprising secret ingredient in OJ and a photo tutorial on how to make your own sourdough starter.

    Have a blessed week!


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