I've been in secret negotiations this week! To celebrate the 100th Handmade Monday post (we're on number 86 now) there will be quite a special giveaway on offer, with more than one prize - but one of them is, I think, a very, very special prize - especially good for people who sell (or want to sell) their art or crafts. All the details aren't yet finalised, but you'll be the first to know when they are.
That's all you're getting for now on that one (I'm such a tease, aren't I?) but there's another giveaway coming up much sooner!
Pop back this coming Saturday (6th October) to find out how you could win this book - the Crafter's Guide to Taking Great Photos:
and the irony that this is not a great photo is not lost on me!
In my defence, I've only had the book a few days...
In other news, this week, I got to interview Katharine Jewitt, whose new magazine Make and Craft is being launched very soon. If you missed it, you can read Katharine's interview here.
What? You want more giveaways?
Oh, go on then! While we're on the subject of giveaways and the new Make and Craft magazine, I'll share another couple with you:
- You'll find a craft-themed giveaway every day on the Make and Craft forum at the moment - be quick though, it's only until the magazine launches on the 12th October.
- There's a craft book giveaway on a different blog every day on the Make and Craft blog tour - today (Sunday) it's the turn of Tilly Mint Boutique - pop over tonight and find out more about the book Sarah is giving away!
And I think that's enough giveaways for one blog post, don't you?
So, what else have I been doing? I'm part way through a few projects at the moment - the papier mache/mixed media project is coming together, a hanging organiser has been kind of finished (but it's not yet hanging) and another one started...
and there is another project screaming out for my attention which I've barely started on. Deadlines are looming on these - I foresee a few madly busy days ahead.
Seeing as I've blogged so much already, I'll share the projects another time. I realise there's only so much anyone can take in from any one blog post and I feel I may have already reached overload!
Meanwhile, it's time for you to add your link below and just enjoy Handmade Monday and all the lovely blog visiting it entails. Time to pop the kettle on and bring that cake out from where you've been hiding it (oops, is that just me, then?)!