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suzys artsy craftsy sitcom

Suzy’s Artsy Craftsy Sitcom was created in June 2010 as a way to document new and original craft ideas.  The Sitcom features arts, crafts, and humor, along with a specialty in vintage and recycled crafts; and currently hosts over 100 detailed original DIY and craft tutorials.  The goal of the Sitcom is to inspire creativity in all ages.

The Sitcom has been featured at:

 

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The Sitcom has also been featured on:

Blog Talk Radio, Artistically Speaking by Creative Compass Magazine

Major websites including: AOL’s DIY Life, The Associated Press, British Telegraph Picture of the Day, Tip Junkie, Dollar Store Crafts, Craftgawker, One Pretty Thing, Neatorama, Laughing Squid, Made in Slant, My Modern Met, and MANY more!

All the details…

Suzys Artsy Craftsy Sitcom averages six new posts per  week (Monday through Saturday), and currently (as of October 2013) has over 20,000 loyal subscribers.

Posts include illustrated tutorials, crafts, recipes, DIY and home improvement projects, photography, and much more.  For more details be sure  to check out my Frequently Asked Questions Page!

Product reviews and giveaways can also be seen on the Sitcom, along with occasional sponsored posts.

The Sitcom is PR Friendly!  For more detailed information and a copy of my Media Kit, please contact me at suzy@suzyssitcom.com.

For current advertising rates, please see my Advertising Page.

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1 Becky March 11, 2014 at 3:11 pm

I have printed the Windmills at Night and love the design. The pattern is for a lap quilt. I want to make a twin size. Have you designed it for a twin? I want to make this for my great niece who graduating this year and going to a college with the colors red and black. My time is running out. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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2 Susan Myers March 11, 2014 at 7:53 pm

Yes I do! Will send it to you by email! Suzy

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