Craft Wars Victory- What now?

The blog may have been a little quiet since the Craft Wars victory but the Currie household is hustling and bustling like New York at rush hour. Although we can’t share everything with you at this moment we feel that this photo of my paint chip mood board will show you how we’re following our dreams (notice plural?) of representing great craft companies, advocating handmade, demonstrating, designing, inspiring, blogging and bringing to life some ideas and inventions that have been stuck in our heads for years! Ohh and playing with copious amounts of glitter and paint chips.

So what exactly are you looking at?

These Craft Wars projects -

Great products I’m playing with -

  • KellyCraft Laser Square
  • Preval Spray systems
  • Tulip ScreenIt by I Love To Create
  • Podgeables by Plaid
  • Wescott Scissors and Scissor Mouse

Yet to be blogged about projects -

  • Stuffed pumpkin
  • Autumn garland
  • Retro-glam Christmas tree
  • Burlap wreath

Random silly stuff

  • My Craft Wars trophy
  • Glittered hello sign
  • Peggy the Pegasus
  • My glittered bike numbers which match my glittered helmet!

Our Product Line!

And last but not least you are staring right at the inspiration for our very first product line. Ohh what could it be? Here’s a little hint “we love these so much that we want to hug them.”  More hints in the weeks to come. If by some miracle you guess it correctly just from the hint above I’ll send you something from the product line! I’m not going to lie though…. It’s obscure and completely crazy crafty Currie. Would you expect anything less?

Craft On.

Andrea Currie, Mrs. Craft-tastic, Anniversary Gifts, handmade, DIY, Arts and Crafts

 

 

2 Comments

  1. I think it’s a line of paint-chip themed papers, cards, diecuts and embellies…so nobody ever has to steal from a hardware store again. :-)

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  2. Best wishes for all the good things that are coming!

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