Wednesday, September 30, 2009

October Challenge - Save the Ta-Tas!

By Toni of Wild Dog Studio

This cause is so close to our hearts! Many members of our team have been personally affected by breast cancer in one way or another, so what better theme for our challenge than to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month? We borrowed the title from Ta-Tas, who sell great t-shirts and other breast cancer awareness products. If you haven't heard of them, check them out. They will make you laugh as you support the cause.

Check out all the fabulous entries below, then scroll all the way to the bottom to vote for your favorite! The winner will receive an advertising spot on our blog.

Voting ends at midnight on October 17.



Breast Cancer Awareness Alligator Clip


Submitted by:
LoveAlways, XOX






4 Pink Window Stars

Submitted by:
Harvest Moon by Hand

















Perfectly Pink Flower Note Cards

Submitted by:
Mary Foster Creative







Dreams - Wool Ewe Patch

Submitted by:
Glorious Hats









Pink Chaos Earrings

Submitted by:
JanRa Jewelry Designs












Booby Pin.

Submitted by:
Kellybot










Survivor.


Submitted by:
Wild Dog Studio








Ta-Ta-Tattoo Tribute (Dragonfly Awareness Ribbon Tattoo on Glass Necklace)

Submitted by:
Glass Garden Designs














Blessed Hand Painted Silk Glasses and Tissue Case Set


Submitted by:
PalettePassion






Double Pearl Cocktail Ring

Submitted by:
Modern Meets Whimsy





Hope Earrings

Submitted by:
Suz and Roo











Vote For Your Favorite Now!





Upcoming Shows

By Toni of Wild Dog Studio

Mark your calendars!! Just in time for holiday shopping... here's your chance to meet our artists and check out some great handcrafted goodness in person. Listed below are upcoming shows featuring our members.

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Chickadee Boutique
October 1 - December 6 (Thursday through Saturday and some Sundays)
207 St. Marie, Shoreview, MN 55126

Featuring:
ShaggyBaggy - totes and handbags

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Papa's Barn Boutique
October 2-11 8AM-6PM daily
Wabasha, MN (directions on website)

Featuring:
PickleBerries - fused glass jewelry, primarily using millefiori
display near the check out

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Historic Shaw Art Fair
October 3-4
St. Louis, Missouri

Featuring:
JanRa Jewelry Designs - Woven and braided silver and gold wire jewelry

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Stone Lake Cranberry Festival
Saturday, October 3
Stone Lake, WI

Featuring:
Shaggy Baggy - totes and handbags, ceramic buttons
booth #682

Beadle Treasure - Jewelry, guitar stands and flower boxes
Booth # 517 near Gibson Ave and Second St. So

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St Paul Art Crawl
October 9 – 11
Downtown St Paul (various buildings)

Featuring:
Wild Dog Studio - Fine silver and fused glass jewelry

Kellybot - handmade, recycled, vintage, jewelry

From Out of the Cracks - Free Form Peyote Stitch Bracelets, Wire Wrapped/Work Bracelets and Necklaces

All in the Northwestern Building, Unit 820

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Parke County Covered Bridge Festival
October 9 - 18
Bridgeton, Indiana

Featuring:
StarglowStudio - Custom Pet Art
1878 Barn (side exit door on the south side)

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Cobblestone Gardens & Market - Oktoberfest
Saturday October 10th, 10 am to 6 pm
Bloomington, MN

Featuring:
Catch-A-Star Creations - Beaded Suncatchers, Mobiles, Prisms

Athena's Little Owl - Jewelry: sterling, antique brass, crystals, semi-precious stones. Soon to come: brooches and hair accessories.

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The War Eagle Fair
October 15-18
East of Rogers, Arkansas

Featuring:
JanRa Jewelry Designs - Woven and braided silver and gold wire jewelry

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Richfield Band Boosters 30th Annual Fall Craft Fair
Saturday, October 17, 9am-3:30pm
Richfield Senior High School
7001 Harriet Ave S, Richfield, MN

Featuring:
MaryFosterCreative - flower photography and crocheted accessories

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Autumn Festival: An Arts and Crafts Affair
November 5-8
The Qwest Center, Omaha, Nebraska

Featuring:
JanRa Jewelry Designs - Woven and braided silver and gold wire jewelry
Booth #D 2.5 - 3.5

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Autumn Festival: An Arts and Crafts Affair
November 12-15
Canterbury Park, Shakopee, Minnesota

Featuring:
JanRa Jewelry Designs - Woven and braided silver and gold wire jewelry
Booth #112 in the Main Building (ground floor)

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Tinsel and Lace Craft Boutique
Saturday, November 21
Walker-Hackensack-Akeley School
WHA High School 301 4th Street
Walker, MN

Featuring:
KomfyKozy - jewelry - sterling silver, crystals, glass, semi precious stones

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Art at Ramsey
December 6
Ramsey Junior H.S. gymnasiums
1700 Summit Ave., St. Paul

Featuring:
JanRa Jewelry Designs - Woven and braided silver and gold wire jewelry

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Minnesota Women's Art Festival
December 12 10AM-5PM
Midtown YWCA Minneapolis, MN (map on website)

Featuring:
PickleBerries - fused glass jewelry, primarily using millefiori

From Out of the Cracks - Free Form Peyote Stitch Bracelets, Wire Wrapped/Work Bracelets and Necklaces

SB Design - Jewelry, specializing in resin and fine silver designs

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Monday, September 28, 2009

It's all about Minnesota

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Fun Friday Finds ~ A Little Ray of Sunshine

By Jenna Halek ~ Artistic Edition

A Little Ray of Sunshine
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Visit these HandmadeMN shops to see more:
Click on any of the names below
First Row (Left to Right) Bryanica, cayennepeppy, StephaniesStitchings, harvestmoonbyhand
Second Row (Left to Right) pickleberries, damonique, JulieMeyer, maryellenscrafts
Third Row (Left to Right) greensquirrel, notapotato, Sbdesign, auntiebonline
Fourth Row (Left to Right) happypossum, kellybot, XOHandworks, musicalkitten

Thursday, September 24, 2009

How Do You See Color?

Looking at the World Through Your Eyes
by MaryAnn Cleary

As an artist and/or craft person, the understanding of color is so important in making our designs and paintings. Have you ever wondered how others around you see color?

According to X-rite.com, one out of 255 women and one out of 12 men have some form of color deficiency. Recently, the teacher of an art workshop had us look further at the color in the surrounding landscape. Our mind since childhood has been taught to see our surroundings with specific colors, such as trees as green and the sky as blue. However, I find as I push myself to learn more about painting and color, I am learning to see again, to see color without my past experiences of learning interfering with what I see. Yes, there is pink in the trees or lavender in the landscape. Playing with color is fun.

To check out your ability to see color personally, try taking the test on X-rite. It is fun and a bit challenging trying to distinguish the different hues of color. When I first took the test very quickly to just see what it was all about, I scored a 22. Later I tried again looking carefully at the different hues and my score was a 3. By the way, the lower the score the better one sees color hues. It is a fun test to try.

To learn more about color and to check how you see color, try out the test on iamcal.com. There are color blocks showing how those who may have a color deficiency may see colors. This can be important for designing websites or for those who may see an artist's painting differently.

Did you know that there are a few folks out there who are actually tetrachromats!! What is a tetrachromat?? It is someone who actually has four color receptor cones instead of three. Here is more information on a tetrachromat Check this site out to see if you are one of those super humans who is super color sensitive!

Please share your findings on color!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

8 Questions with...Jessica Guthrie

By Kat of The Snuggery

Meet Jessica Guthrie of Eagle Lake, MN (just east of Mankato). Her family in Texas thinks she lived in Lake Wobegon, but that's another story. Jessica is married with a two year old daughter & two dogs. She is the Costumer for the Theater and Dance Department of Minnesota State University, Mankato, basically, making real clothes for imaginary people. (What a great job!) You can find Jessica on her Etsy store Bellaboogie Bath & Beauty & her blog Bellaboogie Studio.



1. What types of items do you sell in your store?

Natural handmade cold process soaps, bath salts, scrubs, teas, soaks, fizzies/bombs, lotions and oils. If you can use the word "bath" in its title I have probably tried it at least once. I started my store with hand spun, hand dyed yarns (which are still for sale), but my wrists tend to protest my spinning after long days of cutting at work. I've also been known to offer vintage hats and fabric when I can get my hands on them.

2. Where do you get your inspiration?

I'm pretty selfish...I tend to make things that appeal to me, either visually, tactile-ly, or olfactory-ly. I pester my husband, mother and friends to find out what kinds of scents or moisturizers they would like, but everything in my store is something that makes me smile, as well as being something I use on myself. I'm also inspired to create products that I feel good about my kid using...my whole family has sensitive skin, and thats one of the major motivations for developing natural, dye-free products.

3. Do you have a specific space where you do most of your work?

My kitchen! When I was spinning I would set my wheel up in the living room, but with the soaps and scrubs I tend to take over the kitchen, much to my husband's chagrin.


4. When did you first start crafting?

I was really lucky to have a stay at home Mom who was really into all things craft. She taught me how to hand-sew when I was 4, and how to use the machine when I was old enough to reach the peddle. When I'd get bored she'd come up with a new craft project for us to try. I remember making all sorts of things when I was little...we'd decorate shirts, make ceramics (I had a neighbor who was a ceramic artist, and she'd fire the pieces we painted), paint scraps of wood into decorative signs, and millions of "craft kits". My friends and I in middle school would have "pajama parties" where we'd bring fabric and sew PJ's to wear to bed. Most of the skills I use in my day job are those I learned from my Mom or Grandmother, and I can definitely say that I acquired my need for busy hands from Mom at an early age.

5. Do you do any crafts or art beyond what you sell?

I sew, embroider, knit, dye, felt, paint and crochet in my day job...when I'm at home I sew, felt, embroider, knit, spin, carpenter...and make soap!

6. What are your favorite places to buy supplies?

I'm still trying to find a good source for bulk oils in MN...most of my packaging and oils currently come from Texas Natural Supply, but I'm not really comfortable with the environmental impacts of shipping across the country. So if anyone knows a great source for bulk oils, essential oils and packaging in MN or WI, PLEASE let me know!


7. What is the best thing you've ever done to promote your etsy store?

Joined HandmadeMN! I've learned so much from the wonderful people here, from show opportunities to selling advice. Not to mention everyone who kindly reads the twitter feed! I've also been known to lurk in the forums, but many of my soap sales have come from giving samples to friends and family...they love my stuff and tell their friends, and so on.

8. What other etsy store(s) do you really like?

XO Handworks, kellybot, JulieMeyer, NotAPotato, Paisley Pie, Supershellina, Juniperberries, ShatterstarWoodworks, PersnicketyPelican, mmsomewhere, circlelinestudio, bugtussle, morninglorydesigns My interests are pretty diverse!

If you are a member of HandmadeMN & would like to be featured in Eight Questions email me at katbaro at yahoo dot com.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

HandmadeMN Giveaway - LoveAlwaysXOX

Congratulations to last week's giveaway winner, lilyk! Thanks to all who entered and we wish you good luck with this week's giveaway!

Today we bring you this darling girl's tutu, from Cheri of LoveAlwaysXOX on Etsy. This tutu is perfect for all the little princesses in your life. In a size 2T the light green and white colors are so versatile. Pair it with some cute leggings and a tee and you have the perfect outfit for your special occasions or just to play around the house. The possibilities are endless!


How to Enter:
Visit Cheri's shop on Etsy, pick your favorite item and leave a comment on this post about it. (Scroll to bottom of post and click on Comments, or just click here.)

Both US and International residents are eligible!

Please make sure we have a way to contact you!

For Bonus Entries:
Please leave each in a separate comment, as each comment is an entry (To qualify for extra entries you must do step one above).

1. Visit other HandmadeMN team members shops (listed in the sidebar here) and leave a comment(s) here with your favorite pieces.

2. Blog about this giveaway with a visible link back to this posting and comment here with a link to your post.

3. Tweet about this giveaway and leave a comment(s) with a link to your tweet(s).

4. Follow our blog (you want to do this anyway to learn about upcoming giveaways!). Leave a comment here letting us know you are a follower. If you are already a follower, leave a comment anyway, as each comment is an entry.

5. Follow HandmadeMN on Twitter. Comment back here with your Twitter link. Existing followers just leave your Twitter link here.

6. Become a Facebook fan. Comment back here with your Facebook name. Existing fans just leave your Facebook name here.

Contest ends Saturday, October 3rd at 12:00 noon Central. One winner will be chosen by Random.org.

Good luck!

HandmadeMN members are not eligible to win.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

August Challenge Winner

By Toni of Wild Dog Studio

Congratulations to Sara Kay of Catch A Star Creations for winning August's HandmadeMN monthly challenge!

Thanks to all who participated in this month's challenge, and stay tuned for some great "Save the Ta-Tas" entries in our next challenge!



Friday, September 18, 2009

Fun Friday Finds ~ September Birthstone Shades of Sapphire

By Jenna Halek ~ Artistic Edition


September Birthstone
Shades of Sapphire

(Click on the image to enlarge)

Visit these HandmadeMN shops to see more:
Click on any of the names below
Third Row (Left to Right): musicalkitten, KomfyKozy, glorioushats, XOHandworks
Fourth Row (Left to Right): notapotato, cayennepeppy, bodicegoddess, prayerbedes

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

In search of a craft show ring display

I’m looking forward to a hopefully busy fall craft show season and have been dutifully stocking up. Rings are my best sellers and I’ve spent half my summer making them. I had previously used a small bangle bracelet display, but it won’t even accommodate a fraction of my new stock. So I hopped on flickr and searched for other sellers' ring displays. I found some great ideas!
This one from WHIMSYlove is unbelievably clever. It's cool how you can just pack it up and go, and that you can stack multiple levels.




I really like how this one showcases the individual rings. It must be easy to keep them all neat and tidy. From Amanda Lockrow Jewelry.



I actually love this one from leandogpottery specifically because of the black beans. Let's just say they have sentimental value. The color of the beans makes a great backdrop for jewelry, and hello - beans? cheap and easy.



This one from applenoggin is super sweet, but looks a little more complicated to make. Maybe my awesome boyfriend will make me one too!


Monday, September 14, 2009

Celebrating Autumn with Children

by Ann Rinkenberger
Harvest Moon by Hand

One of the ways that my daughters and I enjoy celebrating autumn and its beauty is by creating a nature or seasonal table. This is an area in your home - a table, bookcase, or top of a dresser - where things are brought in from the outside to reflect the changes of the seasons. Things on the nature table are meant to be gently examined and played by the children of the house.

For the fall, you may want to put some apples, gourds, pumpkins, and dried corn on the nature table. Collect acorns and place them in a pretty handmade bowl. When the leaves start changing, bring some inside and press them. Place these on your nature table.

Candles in the colors of the season make a pretty visual impact. When they are scented, they add another element to the table and your home.

I also add handmade items that reflect the current season. Here are some items that are made by members of HandmadeMN that would be good for a fall nature table:














Friday, September 11, 2009

Fun Friday Finds ~ Autumn is in the Air

By Jenna Halek ~ Artistic Edition

Autumn is in the Air
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Visit these HandmadeMN shops to see more:
Click on any of the names below

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Featured Shop - The Green Squirrel

By Sara of Auntie B Online

Lately I've been remembering times when, as little girls, my sister and I would go through Dad's collection of sea shells from Hawaii. We would sort them according to shape, size, and color. For me, it was fun for about fifteen minutes. For Charlotte, it was something she would want to do for the rest of her life. She thrives on order and finds much joy in categorizing and organizing things. One of her favorite things to do is sorting buttons.

Collecting and sorting buttons could very well be a fun activity, but then what do you do once everything is categorized? The Green Squirrel knows...

Look, Charlotte! Buttons, button covers, and other tiny trinkets used to make the cutest pendants you've ever seen! They range from about 1"-1 1/2" in diameter.

Below is Pearly Pink. I love the shimmer of the pink button, and of course a built-in jewel never hurts.


The Green Squirrel collects all sorts of vintage pieces for her pendants too. So not only does she know how to mix and match colors well, she recycles. She really is a Green Squirrel. Check out this dainty item - Carrots:



Along with vintage pieces I saw this lovely item, Orange & Green Flower, combining two classic vintage colors. What a great combination!



Charlotte would give her left arm to see the collection of buttons in the studio of The Green Squirrel. But if you're like me, you'll let her do the sorting and you can gather up the charming finished products.


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

My First Craft Fair

by Marnie Karger ~ Crafterall

After over a year of thinking about it, and months of planning for it, I have completed my first craft fair. On August 16th, I was part of the Uptown Market, a brand new, monthly fair featuring art, fresh produce, food, street buskers, and non-profit organizations. The Uptown Market takes place on the third Sunday of the four summer months on 29th street in Uptown, Minneapolis.

It feels incredibly good to have my first craft fair over and done. It was a great experience and, like most newbies, I learned a lot, thankfully with few regrets. The weather ignored all the prognostications for heavy rain, and gave us pocketed sunshine throughout most of the day with only about five minutes of a very light sprinkle mid-day. Every minute that it didn't rain, my smile got bigger and my shoulders relaxed more.

The event was well run and we found our little corner of the market easily. The boundaries of our booth were chalked on the road and we could pull our vehicle right up to it on the other side of the street - how sweet! This made unloading a breeze. We unpacked all the gear and got to work on the tent. I was shaky-nervous and excited. Here's me working on a corner of the tent -- you can see how conveniently close the van was to this.



Once the tent was up, we moved on to the tables, the hanging wall doo-dads, and generally getting things up and show-ready. In this pic, you can see some of my essentials: coffee, duct tape, plastic totes, snacks, band-aids, and everything else.



The overall turn-out was fairly slim and not nearly the hordes of people I had seen in flickr pages for other fairs, but it was steady and polite. I gave away quite a few business cards and had many people stop in, ask questions, get closer looks, and offer compliments.



I felt prepared for questions about how I make my things, if I could do custom work, and how long I'd been doing this, but a couple of questions caught me off guard. The very first visitor to my booth asked, "What are these?" Ummm... Isn't it obvious? :) I resisted saying that and realized more throughout the day that it wasn't crystal clear that I was selling art and cards made from layered, colored paper. One person thought the Topo pieces looked like Rorschach ink blots, while another thought on first glance that they were watercolors. Another passerby simply asked, "What's Crafterall?" To which I answered, "That's me! And all the work do here."



A woman on one side of me sold magnetic jewelry, and the woman on the other side of me sold quilted bags specifically made for four-legged walkers. Other vendors sold fresh, organic produce, screen prints, t-shirts, pottery, fresh-brewed coffee, bath and body products, photo prints, metal ornaments, and some of the tastiest looking pulled meat sandwiches that kept walking by in the hands of happy customers. There were also half a dozen street buskers including a guy on an apartment balcony throwin' out some def turntable spins. Along with a handful of non-profit organizations advertising their causes, the Uptown Market was an eclectic melange of things to see, touch, hear, and eat. Pretty darn cool.



There were so many highlights to my first craft fair. The weather, which became my biggest worry in the last few days before the show, was wonderfully mild. It was a little breezy, but everything in my booth stood its ground. My very first sale of the day could not have been better. The buyer was local, loved the "Chain o' Lakes" pieces I made, snapped one up for herself, and appreciated being able to pay with her credit card. She was enthusiastic and complimentary about everything in my booth -- such a redemptive and encouraging boost for me! I heard lots of other nice compliments throughout the day, and even had a patron say that she had seen my work on Etsy! Awesomeness! She picked up a "Retro Poppies" for herself too. A couple of folks talked with me about potential custom work, and I received confirmation this morning for one such request.



The biggest highlight of the entire process, hands down, was having the tireless and and cheerful assistance of my hubby with me through it all. His MacGyver-like knot-tying and problem-solving/preventing efforts were invaluable and helped to make me a much cooler cookie than I would have been without his help. We were able to chat about what seemed to be working this time, and what we could do differently next time. He also managed the booth while I perused the other booths, and he bought me a yummy lunch from a nearby African restaurant. Thanks, honey!



At the end of the day, my earnings were nothing to sing about, but I covered the cost of my booth fee and enough after that to make me eager to do this again in September. Yee-haw!





Sunday, September 6, 2009

HandmadeMN Giveaway - Waternymph

Congratulations to last week's giveaway winner, Joy! Thanks to all who entered and we wish you good luck with this weeks giveaway!

Today we bring you "Sprite in the Orchard", from Heidi of Waternymph. Check out her blog to see the stories behind her creations, as well as a tour of her studio! You might also recognize Heidi from MermaidsDowry, her findings and supplies shop.



"Sprite in the Orchard" is a double sided pendant necklace that has been crafted in the "Tiffany" Copper Foil tradition using only lead free, high silver content solder. It features two vintage re-prints, one on each side, so you can choose which one to display depending on your mood! One side is a beautiful French naughty nude on one side and the other is a photo of a Pierriette couple. Which one will you display? "Sprite in the Orchard" is 1x1 1/2 inches and hangs on a choker length (15 inches) black organza ribbon with a toggle clasp. It will be tucked into a small organza bag and placed in a small jewelry box prior to shipping.


How to Enter:
Visit Heidi's shop on Etsy, pick your favorite item and leave a comment on this post about it. (Scroll to bottom of post and click on Comments, or just click here .

Both US and International residents are eligible!

Please make sure we have a way to contact you!

For Bonus Entries:
Please leave each in a separate comment, as each comment is an entry (To qualify for extra entries you must do step one above).

1. Visit other HandmadeMN team members shops (listed in the sidebar here) and leave a comment(s) here with your favorite pieces.

2. Blog about this giveaway with a visible link back to this posting and comment here with a link to your post.

3. Tweet about this giveaway and leave a comment(s) with a link to your tweet(s).

4. Follow our blog (you want to do this anyway to learn about upcoming giveaways!). Leave a comment here letting us know you are a follower. If you are already a follower, leave a comment anyway, as each comment is an entry.

5. Follow HandmadeMN on Twitter. Comment back here with your Twitter link. Existing followers just leave your Twitter link here.

6. Become a Facebook fan. Comment back here with your Facebook name. Existing fans just leave your Facebook name here.

Contest ends Saturday, September 19th at 12:00 noon Central. One winner will be chosen by Random.org.

Good luck!

HandmadeMN members are not eligible to win

Friday, September 4, 2009

Fun Friday Finds ~ Diamonds and Pearls

By Jenna Halek ~ Artistic Edition


Diamonds and Pearls
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Visit these HandmadeMN shops to see more:
Click on any of the names below
First Row (Left to Right): kellybot, ModernMeetsWhimsy, ArtisticEdition, cayennepeppy
Second Row (Left to Right): XOSupplies, conniej13, musicalkitten, SuzAndRoo
Third Row (Left to Right): StoneyMistDesign, waternymph, tinab76, XOHandworks
Fourth Row (Left to Right): gemnorde, BathNBeads, damonique, heirloomjewelry

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Inspire Me

by Cheri of From Out of the Cracks

"Creativity is harnessing universality and making it flow through your eyes"...Peter Koestenbaum

Where does that creativity come from? What was the inspiration, the spark? Do you go somewhere to get inspired? Here is our featured HandmadeMN artist's insight into making handmade!

I was rummaging through some old postcards from my Mom’ s travels and came across one from Red Rock Crossing, south of Sedona Arizona. The colors lit me up and I knew these colors were going to be my inspiration for my next piece! I wanted to recreate the different shades and textures of the earthy red/orange clay into my bead work. I wanted to take the soft sage greenery that blended into the red rocky landscape and make my bead work say southwest, sun, red/orange earth. With the postcard in hand I chose my color palette of beads and stitched the colors together - one bead at a time - of Sedona Red Rock Crossing!


Sedona Bracelet





Tuesday, September 1, 2009

August 2009 Challenge - Purple Rain

By Toni of Wild Dog Studio

This month's challenge theme was "Purple Rain", celebrating the 25th anniversary of Prince's hit record. We had so many fabulous entries for this fun challenge! Check them out below, then scroll all the way to the bottom to vote for your favorite! The winner will receive an advertising spot on our blog.

Voting ends at midnight on September 17.



morado. earrings.


Submitted by:
cayenne peppy







Purple Rain of Gingko Leaves

Submitted by:
Cindy Lindgren










Purple Rain Suncatcher Mobile

Submitted by:
Catch A Star Creations











Purple Rain Syrup Pitcher

Submitted by:
Sue Pariseau Pottery







Purple Rain Drop Earrings

Submitted by:
LilyKat Studio








Purple Rain

Submitted by:
From Out of The Cracks









Purplicious


Submitted by:
Vantastic Designs















Purple Rain Unicorn Plushie

Submitted by:
Plushroom Soup









Rainy Day Activity Book Pattern


Submitted by:
Harvest Moon by Hand



Hand Painted When Doves Cry Silk Scarf

Submitted by:
Palettepassion










Art Deco Kitties

Submitted by:
Joyful Moon









Purple Rain

Submitted by:
Glass Garden Designs









Two Weeks Earrings

Submitted by:
The Musical Kitten










Purple Plaid Rain

Submitted by:
Crazy Busy










Purple Storm Dichroic Fused Glass Pendant


Submitted by:
Wild Dog Studio






Purple Rain Twister Scarf

Submitted by:
Bodice Goddess








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