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links: craft

Bon Bon Kakku lets creative consumers design their own fabrics and offer them to the crowds for voting, comments and—ultimately—purchase. at Swiss Miss

expanding your Craft Business with Etsy at Craft Boom

FAQ: Product Photography (Part Two) at Making It Lovely

Make a Charging Basket at Craftzine

Water Balloon Luminaries at Craftzine

Plush You Interviews, we get to hear from all of our favorites!

My Cutting Table Made It onto Ikea Hacker at Gorgeous Things, it’s a fantastic cutting table

filzfelt has launched! at Girl in the Green Dress

Alician celebrates Stitched In Time launching, but I really love this because of the picture with the dog biscuit, my dog used to leave me biscuits all the time.

Recycled Glass Garden Chandelier at Craftzine

What have *you* always wanted to find inside a pinata? at Ask Metafilter

How to make a Bunting Holiday Decoration at Joyful Abode

A do-it-yourself R2-D2 dreidel — or “droidel,” as they call it. at The Park Bench

these egg carton fairy lights are lovely, at Magpie and Cake

· comments [3] · 12-9-2008 · categories:craft ·

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  • 1 CraftyB // Dec 9, 2008 at 10:53 am

    I like the charging basket – I made a simple one by taking a decorative photo box, cutting a hole in the back to allow the cable from the charge strip to go in. I used 2 box tops – one on the top per normal then turned one over to create a lip. I lined that one with nice paper. I then plugged all my chargers in and threaded their cables through a small hole in the top lids and voila, a magical charge box (no sewing involved).

  • 2 laura // Dec 9, 2008 at 2:39 pm

    Oh my, thank you for that lovely egg carton fairy lights link.

  • 3 aruni // Dec 21, 2008 at 10:38 am

    the fairy lights are adorable and reminded me of another holiday idea–korknisse, little knitted wine cork-elves. they’re small enough to finish a bunch before the holidays. (english translation of the original norwegian pattern)

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