Features and Thank you’s for July

The Sitcom had it’s second record month in July for visitors with over 120,000 page views and over 4000 followers on Google Friend Connect, Facebook, Titter, email and RSS Feeds!  I am so excited about that!  If you would like to take advantage of the momentum and become a sponsor of the Sitcom, please email me at myers6281@hotmail.com.  You can check out my advertising rates here. My sponsors are treated to monthly posts and regular mentions.  Perfect for building up your business or your blog readership. And since everyone is already gearing up for Christmas, perfect for getting your shop information out there!


The Sitcom was featured by For the Love of Blogs in July.  They did a wonderful post and I was very thrilled to be included on their site!  And I was also very excited to be contacted by All Free Christmas Crafts as they have featured my Bread Dough Bear Ornament in their new free E-book!  Please take a moment to swing by their site and see all the wonderful Christmas crafts that they have compiled from all over the internet.

Many of my projects were featured on quite a few sites in July and I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone.  It is very nice to see my stuff out there!  My Plaster Casted Leaves were featured on Handmadeology, Extreme Personal Measures, Creative Jewish Mom, Be Colorful, Thrifty Decorating, A Glimpse Inside, and Margarete Arquitetando.

My Faux Metal Art was featured by Adas Interior Design
My Bug in a Jar was featured by The Answer is Chocolate, Craftgawker, One Pretty Thing, While He was Napping, Sew Happy Geek, and Shoregirl’s Creations.
A cute summer craft for the kids, my Popsicle Stick Bracelets were featured by The Crafty Crow, Rebecca Cooper, Tipnut, Genuine Mudpie, Easy Jewish Home, and AOL’s DIY Life.  
My Crayon Batik was featured by wwwbslinks.blogspot, and Ani’s Favorite Things.

My Teacher Bear was featured by Dollar Store Crafts.  If you a looking for an original teacher gift- this is it!  Check out the easy tutorial when it comes time to give out Christmas gifts!

I was thrilled to find that my paintings were featured by Handyman Crafty Woman, Passionately Artistic, and Singing Three Little Birds!

My Fifty State Applique blocks were featured by The Hive, and Confessions of a Stay at Home Mommy.  Now if I can just find the time to finish them… 
My Summer Jewels Quilt Series was featured by One Pretty Thing.  

Christa at Frugal Ideas from the Parsonage is making this quilt using my pattern tutorial and her wonderful collection of vintage sheets.  She is inviting folks to join her in a sew-along.  Be sure to check out her site for lots of wonderful hints on the quilting process!


And speaking of Christmas, it has already started in July!  At the least planning, anyway.  One Pretty Thing featured my Santa Ornament and Baby Food Jar Christmas Tree

My final project for July was my Quilled Starry Night.  I was thrilled to see it featured not just in crafting sites, but art and news sites around the world!  In July, it was featured by The Answer is Chocolate, Craftgawker, Someday Crafts, Zupi, Dude Craft, Illusion Scene 360, A Glimpse Inside, Bacon Time, The Daily What, Neatorama, Creative Jewish Mom, All Things Fee, and Kanshin.com.  The month of August has this particular project going viral on the net and I will thank as many as I can in my August Features post.

This project was picked up by Rex Features and the Associated Press this past week…I am so excited!
 A huge thanks goes out to all my fabulous readers and to all the great websites who took a moment to feature some of my work.  Please take a moment to check out some of these awesome sites!