Tomorrow (Monday) we move into our second week of Make It Easy tutorials. 11 crafty bloggers from across the globe have grouped together to share with your their skills and artistry to offer you a wonderfully creative series of tutorials. To read more about our last week’s contributors please read this blog post.

{Are you wondering who made our lovely graphics for this project? Jeanne from EarlyBirdGraphics created our banner and badge in no time flat. She was friendly, fast and did an amazing job. Please consider visiting her store if you are in need of someone to create something wonderful for you}.

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This week we will feature :

Mon June 27

Amanda has been working off and on in various forms of needles arts for about 11-12 years and is self-taught. Her blog, Flex Family Arts grew out of their three etsy shops and has become a wonderful outlet for them to meet other artists and keep folks updated on the goings on in their little family.

Tues June 28

Wendy has been making things since preschool, and have only just found her niche in the handmade world, combining wirework with ephemera to make funky, green jewelry. She loves having the chance to use reclaimed and recycled materials in her work—it gives her Inner Cheapskate and her Inner packrat a chance to hang out with her Inner Tree-Hugger.

Wed June 29

Stacey is a photographer, artist and creator of fanciful things. When she’s not taking photographssheI can be found baking, snuggling with the cutest dog in the world, watching a movie, playing a game with her family, composting, taking a walk, eating a Sprinkles cupcake, blogging, volunteering, running or sleeping.

Thurs June 30

Lori sports the dye stained hands behind Beneath the Rowan Tree. Lori works full time as a minister and mom, striving to live creatively and with wonder in her small northern Ontario community. Daughter Rowan (age 5) is a big inspiration! Lori works with silk, wool and wood to create natural toys for kids in the Waldorf tradition.

Fri July 1

Emma (that’s me!) likes making things and she loves to share this passion with her children. Whether they are busy in the kitchen baking cakes or at the table with the glue and the scissors, it’s always better when the children are around. She loves sewing and looks for inspiration from other creative people around her and loves to share her ideas and her work on her blog. She currently works for Fiskars as a member of their Design Team and really enjoys using her creativity to come up with inspiring content for their website.

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