March 30, 2008

Extra Extra! Laughs and Links


Happy Sunday, all! I am starting a new Sunday blog thing today, you will see below. But first...This Just In: two Idiots have launched a new video showing you how to solve a Rubik's cube. HAHAHA! Actually, one of the "idiots" is our dear friend Michael Naughton. You may remember these funny guys from their David Blane videos. This is really funny, although it does contain some coarse language and drunken foolishness, so you have been warned:


Ok, and now onto the new thing. I have joined a great group of artist people, who are mostly very talented bead and jewelry related crafty types, and we are swapping links every week. I hope this will spread around a little extra bloggy love to each of us, and I am proud to be a part of this team. Enjoy these links in a new feature I am calling Extra! Extra!



About.com Jewelry Making Learn to "make it yours" from this latest issue of Make It Mine magazine. You'll find lots of crafty goodness including some fun jewelry articles, one even from our very own bead buddy, Candie Cooper!


Art Bead Scene Is it time to get organized? Art Bead Scene has storage ideas to help you get organized.


Jennifer Jangles Blog Jennifer shows two bright and fabulous projects featured in Simply Beads this month.


Jewelry & Beading Glass bead curtains?? Come and see Denise Perreault's sun-catching masterpieces!


Katie's Beading Blog Bead embroidery doesn't have to be hard! Check out Katie's embellished felt flower. It's just right for spring!


Naughty Secretary Club Win a free copy of the spring issue of Make It Mine Magazine that includes painting projects by Jen’s younger sister Hope Perkins!


Savvy Crafter It's a plane! No! It' a Felty Bird just in time to hang out on your spring jacket.


Snap out of it , Jean! There's beading to be done! I had such a good time with Naomi Fujimoto that I wanted to repost our story of our trip to NYC!


The Impatient Blogger Ornament Thursday returns with the theme of Sprout. Madge dips into her new stash of vintage French postcards to make a charming little collaged pendant with metal mesh accents. Art is sprouting all over blogland with the wonderful creations of the OT Gang.

2 comments:

  1. Melanie--that video totally cracked me up!!! my 17 year old loves them too!!! now i wwill send this one to some of my other kids and to Jim!

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