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Enjoy Creativity With The Arts Bloggers Home Business Owners

by Mary Emma Allen on September 3rd, 2008


With the beginning of September and the youngsters back in school, we become very busy in our home businesses.  However, there are times we need to take a break and do something completely different. 

So why not browse as the Arts Bloggers share their weekly inspiration?

They all also are home business owners, either as bloggers or craftspeople blogging about their work and creations.  We often acquire inspiration and ideas from other home business owners as we share ideas together.

Crocheted baby sweater and cap
Caron Yarns commissioned Noreen to design an adorable baby sweater and cap. Here’s the patttern for it.  Congratulations, Noreen!
Photo Talk at Layers Upon Layers
Give your photos a graphic quality that will make them pop!

Make a Very Personal Gift with Scrap Girls Products
What more personal gift could you make for a friend or loved one than one which memorializes a major accomplishment?

A fun visual journal prompt in your journal writing.

Stretch the Baking Soda Box to the Freezer
Simple and money-saving reuse for your spice jars.

Yard Sale Quilters
Quilters frequently visit yard sales to find items, at reasonable prices, they can recycle for their art. Mary Emma (at Quilting and Patchwork) enjoys meeting and helping them at her yard sales.
Tip of the day - dealing with small sewing machines
Trying to repair clothing on a small sewing machine can be tricky.  Chloe shares some of her tips for making your job easier. 


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(c)2008 Mary Emmma Allen

Tags: arts and crafts, Arts Bloggers, autumn, Home Biz News, , ,

POSTED IN: Business Ideas, Entrepreneurship

1 opinion for Enjoy Creativity With The Arts Bloggers Home Business Owners

  • Lindsay
    Sep 3, 2008 at 2:35 pm

    Fun links. :)

    Even though I’m slowly acclimating to the business world, I still identify more with artists than entrepreneurs, and it’s fun to find new people see what they are creating!

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