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I am looking for crafty moms to feature in a once a month craft corner on my blog.  You would need to write a guest post with pictures on how to make any family friendly item of your choice - it can be for moms or kids.  You post would include links back to your own blog and would be featured on my blog as well as permanently under my featured tutorials tab.  This is a once a month feature so spots are limited but it is a great chance to market yourself!  If you are interested, please contact me at jmanandmillerbug@gmail.com!


Thanks,
Jeannette

www.myadventureinmommyhood.blogspot.com

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Hi Jeannette!

 

I have a tutorial for how to make a handbag out of a placemat. Would love to be featured on your blog!

http://lettingyougrow.blogspot.com

I think you would get a kick out of my creative projects. The variety ranges from crafts, sewing, culinary, interior, graphic, photography and much more. Check me out here: http://obsessivision.com/ (you can follow in the footer). Some specific craft projects can be seen here:

http://obsessivision.com/projects/the-lights/

http://obsessivision.com/projects/baby-dali/

http://obsessivision.com/projects/the-shell-mirror/

http://obsessivision.com/projects/feathers-fur/

I love doing projects with my 5 kids, everything from rainy day fun to fancy party decorations and food! Would love to help...

Amanda @http://thelittlelilypad.blogspot.com

Hi! I've just started blogging but I've got quite a bit of content up. If the kind of things that I do are of interest then please let me know!

Craftulate

Thanks!

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