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Project Show-and-Tell: An Upcycled Smash Book for My Anniversary

February 21st, 2012 | by Julie Finn

Smash books are quicker, easier, and more creatively amenable to recycled components than traditional scrapbooks can be, and frankly I much prefer the look of a smash book to that of your typical carefully engineered scrapbook. If you'd like some more examples, then please feel free to take a look below at my own upcycled smash book--it's by no means perfect, but the beauty of a smash book is that it isn't meant to be perfect. Instead, it's meant to be meaningful, fun, crafted with lots of upcycled materials and stash components, and beloved by its recipient


Star Gazing: Nuno Magazine’s Fall Issue

November 6th, 2011 | by Julie Finn

Nuno Magazine is published seasonally, with all its projects tied together under one theme, yet with a broad variety of crafts to choose from. The fall Star Gazing issue includes cool weather projects, such as the hat and a crocheted cowl, autumn crafts, such as sweater pumpkins and a bat mask, and crafts that use everything from felted wool to newspaper to tin cans to mimic the stars in the night sky


ReSew Giveaway and Tutorial!

March 3rd, 2011 | by Kelly Rand

I always seem to accumulate a stash of unloved clothes picked over from my closet. This pile consists of clothes that are no longer fit, or need heavy mending, or have acquired an unbeatable stain. I keep this pile with dreams of swapping with friends or donating to Goodwill. But now ReSew, a new book out by Jenny Wilding Cardon has me eyeing my discard pile with a new eye



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