1. On Monday Etsy Madness, we took a look at those crafty items that were influenced by the Russian Matryoshka Dolls or Nesting Dolls. Be sure to check out the wonderful things that I found!
2. Our guest star interview this week on Creating Success Around the World was with Peggy Dembicer. Peggy is an amazing mixed media artist whose specialties include some beadwork that you simply can’t miss. Be sure to check out her fabulous gallery. You will be amazed.
3. On Commercial Break Thursday, I featured Lori from Beneath the Rowan Tree. Lori has a great knack for creating colorful, fun, handmade toys for children of all ages. Be sure to check out her website with the holidays in mind. And don’t forget to link up your projects, website or etsy store to Commercial Break Thursday for some free advertising!
4. I braved the confines of the kitchen and after a bit of trial and error, came up with a decent batch of Neapolitan Coconut Candy. Be sure to check out the tutorial. It makes great homemade gifts for the holidays and is rather simple to make. That is if you aren’t a clutz in the kitchen, like me.
5. With the holidays upon us, don’t forget to check out my Etsy shop. If you are looking for something unique, something one-of-a-kind for that person that has everything, you just might find something in my shop that will foot the bill. My Ukrainian eggs can be displayed year round. Each egg can take from 10 to 15 hours to complete and are priced very competitively. And I’ll gift wrap it for you free of charge!
6. American Family Insurance is sponsoring a great batch of videos called Stand Up for Family. Which brought back memories of the time I scared the crap out of my mom. Take a step back in time and remember some of those family times. And be sure to check out some of the hilarious videos on Stand Up for Family.
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