Friday, September 24, 2010

Crafts 'n Things Newsletter and something special!

I am excited to tell you about a Breast Cancer project I have in the newest edition of the Crafts 'n Thing newsletter since Breast Cancer Awareness month is around the corner, using a couple of my favorite sets "The Best Things in Life" and "Little Tees"! Be sure to sign up here, it's free and the newsletter is emailed directly to you with lots of crafting projects and tips! Click to see what's in this little tin, because the real fun's inside! (If you can't view that link, you may just need to sign up first.) This will be soem very happy mail in your inbox! As you'd expect, this issue is full of fall and holiday gift and home decor projects, for Halloween and Thanksgiving, some like nothing I've seen before! Definitely on my list of "to make"!
Also, another project of mine that was featured in the current issue of Craft n Things (above) I donated as part of the ginormous blog candy Carolyn King is offering for the Heart to Heart Card Drive, which includes tons of free supplies from sponsors and handmade creations from a multitude of stampers you know, so be sure to look for all the details of that on her blog tomorrow!
New Gina K Designs sneak peeks start tomorrow night, can't wait!

5 comments:

buggin2stamp said...

This tin is gorgeous! I saw your tin in the newsletter and started a thread over at STV with a shout out for you the other day. I am going to create something similar for the girls I teach at church. I love the magnet idea and will probably get small lunch tins to make something similar. Thanks for all the inspiration. You Rock!!!! :o)
PS: You may want to take a look at my CSS Alumni Hop Blog post. I used Wild at Heart on all 3 cards. Love that set!

Lori said...

Gorgeous butterfly tin, Melanie!!! I want to win that big, big candy even more now, tee, hee. Off to sign up for the newsletter to see what's in the breast cancer awareness tin!

lisa808 said...

Gorgeous tins!

Jessie/knightrone said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!

Melisa Waldorf said...

I saw this one in the magazine!! Love it and what a clever idea!