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DIY Eyeball Pincushion

DIY Eyeball Pincushion

Photoset here. Step-by-step there.

newsflash

newsflash

Hey, New York Times! Thanks for letting us know that crafting is cool now! Who knew?!

Cave Dwelling

Cave Dwelling

Eco-home for a Welsh couple and two babies. Scroll down to see picutres of the spider's web supports on the ceiling. Low-impact on the environment and on their bank account. DIY with a little help.

Platinum Plated

Platinum Plated

I'm LOVING what designers are currently doing with seemingly uninspiring second-hand finds - particularly these glammed-up grannie plates by Viennesse designers Barbara Ambrosz and Karin Stiglmair from Lucy D.

There's no way I'd have looked twice at these patterned junk shop plates, but now, in their full re-vamped gold edged glory? Scrumptious!

Read full article here: www.stylewillsaveus.com/content.asp?contentid=804

Get Your Garden On

Get Your Garden On

The Edible States/NYC suburbs project is on! Fritz Haeg and volunteers will be planting the next Edible Estate this weekend in Maplewood, NJ. DIY green thumbs and suburban reformists are needed between 9am-6pm on July 6th - 8th. E-mail info@edibleestates.org if you are interested in participating.

Animal Magic

Animal Magic

Renegade Brooklyn was great and GIANT. My visit was rained out, but not before I got to see the work of my new craft crush, WandaBeast. That's right, each item is hand drawn with marker. They are beautiful and haunting, and could not be more exclusive.

Small is Beautiful

Small is Beautiful

For anyone in love with the idea of crafting and building objects in Lilliputian land, check out Very Small Objects, a website classification system and archive of all those random bits you have been hoarding. (via Free Soil). Also coming up at MAD Museum, Have a Seat, an amazing exhibit of miniature chairs.

MIA is BACK!

MIA is BACK!

And brighter than ever. OK- maybe I do want to learn how do that HTML stuff, or maybe just learn these dance moves. I wonder if my friend Cedar will sing this one?

Mint House

Mint House

I got an email the other day from a long-ago and faraway friend, Makoto Oozu from Japan. Makoto-kun makes really wonderful works in cross-stitch, from simple little motifs to cruelty-free entymologial displays. I also quite like the nipple cap.The Mint House

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