The Sitcom Newsletter!

Announcing the Sitcom Monthly Newsletter!  Once a month, you can receive a peek behind the scenes here at the Sitcom.  And get a free pattern just for signing up!

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Things have really been rolling along here recently at The Sitcom, including having my Faux Metal Wall Art, and Faux Tin Tiles featured in Crafts n’ Things Magazine, new Faux Stained Glass Kits and Sitcom Store, and my first Pattern Ebook- Majestic Peacock.

Faux Tin Tiles made from disposable cookie sheetspopsicle stick bracelets / suzys artsy craftsy sitcom

faux metal wall art created from recycled tp tubespaper quilled starry night van gogh

Those items are just the beginning.  I have some other great things in the works that I can’t quite talk about just yet, but I promise, are just as exciting!

Because things seem to be growing as fast as they are here, I thought it would be important to do something special for my regular readers.  After all, you are the reason I am here, and I am so grateful to have each an every one of you visit me each day to see what new and exciting things are happening here at Suzy’s Artsy Craftsy Sitcom.

Introducing the Monthly Sitcom Newsletter!

Ever wonder what goes on backstage at The Sitcom?  The Monthly Sitcom Newsletter is an extension of this blog, but will show more of the personal side – the thought processes that go into some of my projects, a bit of behind the scenes look at how things come together, and even how things sometimes do not come together.  Because, after all, it is a sitcom!

I will be including:

  • Exclusive tips not seen on the blog, for use of craft tools, storage, and techniques.
  • Discounts for my Premium Patterns or items in my Etsy shop.
  • Featured readers projects
  • Answers to frequently asked questions
  • Previews of upcoming Sitcom tutorials

Interested?

Well, just sign up on the form below!  The Sitcom Newsletter is totally free to you.  Just fill in your name and email address and you will receive a new Sitcom Newsletter the first week of each month, giving you a behind the scenes look at what goes on around here.  A total backstage pass to Suzy’s Sitcom!

And right now I am offering my Enchanted Fish Pattern FREE to all newsletter subscribers!  This particular project below was made from a disposable cookie sheet!  Full tutorial can be found here:  Enchanted Fish

enchanted fish 3d metal embossed art

Come join the fun!

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1 michele montgomery July 9, 2013 at 3:55 pm

Just read the “how to make batik fabric from crayons” and can’t wait to try it. When I read that you got the inspriration from a Workbasket magazine I almost choked. I too love vintage craft magazines, and have quite a few Workbaskets of my own! We truly are kindred spirits. Thanks for such a great site, and all your wonderful pins on pinterest!

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2 Susan Myers July 14, 2013 at 1:24 pm

Hi Michele,

Thanks so much for the kind words! If you decide to try the batik with crayons, I would love to see what you come up with! Those collections of vintage magazines are a great place for inspiration. I love bringing back older ideas and making them new again!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

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3 Thelma Greene June 26, 2013 at 6:22 pm

Great blog…

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4 Thelma Greene June 26, 2013 at 6:21 pm

Great!!

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5 Faye Hill June 19, 2013 at 10:02 pm

I would like to subscribe to your newsletter but don’t know how. Please help!

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6 Susan April 12, 2013 at 9:40 pm

I’m enjoying your newsletter. A lot.

A full plate is what we all have. What that means in my case is I don’t remember to check blogs. Is there a way to get email notification of blog posts as well? If not, I’ll catch up when I get your newsletter like I am now.

Cheers!

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7 Susan Myers April 14, 2013 at 10:01 am

Hi Susan!

I’m so glad you like the newsletter!! And if you would like to subscribe to a daily email of the Sitcom, you can find it here: http://suzyssitcom.com/the-sitcom-cast/subscribe

Thanks so much for being a reader! You are very appreciated!

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8 Myléne Hillam May 24, 2013 at 8:55 pm

I’m enjoying my visit to your blog. Thanks for providing the subsribe link – that was just the info I was looking for.

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9 Paul Craig March 14, 2013 at 5:11 pm

I’d look forward to receiving your newsletter … and the Enchanted Fish Pattern! Thanks – PB

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10 Kate January 1, 2013 at 9:27 am

Hi Suzy, LUV your art & your site!!! I am going to make the faux tile art with my son’s 4th grade class for the school acution (& plan on GETTING IT!!) . Is it at all possible to somehow get the tile pattern scaled down to approx 3″?? There are 12 kids in the class & I don’t want a gianormous piece. THANKS!!

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11 charlotte mapes October 4, 2012 at 10:19 pm

can you tell me what is and where I can learn to quill. also the starry night do you have a kit or pattern for it. thank you charlotte

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12 jahree September 13, 2012 at 8:48 am

I think I have already signed up for your newsletter….I get daily emails, but how do I get access to the Fish pattern? Would love to try it for my 4year old granddaughter!
Love your work!!!
sharon

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13 Rachel L. September 10, 2012 at 2:03 am

Hi Suzy!

I would love to receive your monthly newsletter. I came across your blog when I fell into quilling less than two years ago and have been so inspired by your projects (all types). By the way, I have been collecting toilet paper tubes for several months now! Hope to turn them into a neat project one day. You are so amazingly creative and I love your writing style and humor.

THANKS! : )

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14 Linda from Arizona September 7, 2012 at 4:41 pm

I just read your newsletter about stinky carpets. We had the same thing and couldn’t get the smell out. I had previously purchased some Walmart brand (Great Value) fabric softner in Bold Clean Scent. It was so strong, I couldn’t stand the smell on my clothes so I got the bright idea to put it in my carpet shampooer with water, no soap and went over all the carpets that had a urine smell. No more smell and soft carpet to boot. I guess you could rent a small shampooer to use until you got yours fixed.

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15 Suzy September 8, 2012 at 9:19 pm

Hi LInda!

Great idea! I definitely will try it! Since the vacume is still in the shop, we have gone ahead and priced shampooers at the grocery store. That is are project tomorrow. Thank you!!

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16 Teddie Seeley August 25, 2012 at 7:32 am

I cannot wait to get my first newsletter.
Guess I have to though, lol.
Thank you Suzy.

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