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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Holiday Handmade Crusade 2011 :: ONGOING on: January 02, 2011 10:11:32 AM
Geek+Nerd's January Theme for Holiday Handmade Crusade is "All the Small Things": I think when starting a year-long, post-holiday crafting adventure, that it is important to start small. Think ornaments, Christmas cards, gift tags, stocking stuffers, Advent calendar prezzies, etc. Set a small crafting goal, and be proud once you finish it!

January interview is here: http://blog.geekxnerd.com/2011/01/hhc-january-theme-gingerbread.html



Now that the Christmas season is drawing to a close, I bet that the first thing on your list, to ring in the New Year, is to start your holiday crafting for 2011!

Wait, is that just me?!

Seriously though, think of how calm and collected your holidays would be if you did a little bit of prep at a time over the next twelve months. Just mull on that a little. Are we good now? Do I seem less crazy? (Don't answer that). Are you ready to embark on a Holiday Handmade Crusade with me? Here's what you need to know:



First of all, a history of Holiday Handmade Crusade/a crafty manifesto: http://blog.geekxnerd.com/p/holiday-handmade-crusade.html

Second, some changes to Holiday Handmade Crusade for 2011...

Ch-ch-ch-CHANGES - Guest Bloggers

As many of you know, HHC is a complete labor of love. In the past, it has consumed lots of creativity and time. Last year, this consumption reached a bit of a breaking point, and that pesky little thing "real life" got in the way of my HHC ambitions. Damn.

So, this year I am reaching out to crafty friends and family to lend their creativity on my blog, Geek+Nerd: http://www.geekxnerd.com Guest bloggers will post four Mondays out of each month...

Post 1: Will introduce the monthly HHC theme, and feature an interview introducing the guest blogger.

Post 2 and 3: Will be wild cards! These posts could be tutorials, recipes, favorite holiday music mixes, stories of holiday memories, the possibilities are endless!

Post 4: Will be the guest blogger's sign off, and announcement of the HHC raffle prize of the month.

What does this change mean for my HHCer's on Craftster? Well, it is very important to me that HHC retains a connection to Craftster since, it all began here. However, I do want to see the Crusade grow and spread across the interwebs. So I will continue to cross-post the monthly themes HERE. However, if you are interested in all of the extra HHC content, you will have to visit outside of Craftster.



How the Holiday Handmade Crusade Works

1. Craft at least one gift each month. You may choose the follow the suggested theme, or ignore it completely, as long as you craft.

2. Post a picture of that item on this thread.

3. Comment on Post #4 each month linking to the picture of your gift for...

BONUS ENTRIES: Spread the crafty gospel! New this year, I will accept bonus entries. If you blog, upload to Flickr, tweet on Twitter or update your Facebook status linking to your Holiday Handmade Crusade finished item, I will accept each of those as an entry. You must link to each of those updates in a separate comment, meaning you can comment/enter the raffle a MAXIMUM of 4 times each month.

4. I will choose a raffle winner the last day of each month. Prizes=INCENTIVE to craft early!

What does this change mean for my HHCer's on Craftster? Your posts here will continue to be counted as raffle entries. However if you would like to submit up to 3 bonus entries by blogging, tweeting, Facebooking, etc, you must submit those as a comment on Post #4 each month. This will cut down the time that I am combing through the HHC thread looking for entries.



I will be kicking off the festivities in January! I will be posting the theme (here) and interview (conducted by a special guest blogger) (on the blog)later today.

I hope that you will join me for the Holiday Handmade Crusade 2011!
2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Holiday Handmade Crusade 2010 :: INACTIVE (Search for the 2011 Thread) on: January 01, 2010 06:45:25 PM
Hello Friends, Craftsters, Countrymen...

This thread is going to be the 2010 continuation of the Holiday Handmade Crusade. If you are wondering what that is, you can take a peek here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=285555.0

Holiday Handmade Crusade :: January Theme!

I sat down a few days ago to write this post, and it became too epic. I am hoping for 2010 to be a big year of changes and improvements to the Holiday Handmade Crusade, but these changes will be spread over time, instead of packed into one enormous post! Bear with me...

Welcome back 2009 crusaders, and hello 2010!

Your theme for March is: Celebrate your heritage! aka I couldn't think of witty song lyrics to describe this month's theme... Why should Irish people have all the fun in March? Find a way to celebrate your families' heritage by incorporating it into a craft. How about about a cookbook dedicated to ethnic recipes, or trying your hand at a traditional craft? Celebrate the  the history that makes you or your gift recipient, unique!

Your theme for February is: Don't you want somebody to love? Don't you need somebody to love? Don't you want somebody to love? You'd better find somebody to loooooooooooove: Okay, think about this. Those of you that are "attached" will most likely be doing something special with your sweetie for Valentine's Day. All of you are crafty, so I bet that good portion of you will be making something for your sweetie as well. Well V-day is smack in the middle of the month, so what to do with all of that crafty energy for the rest of the month?! Use the lovey-dovey energy surrounding this month to craft something extra to put away for your sweetie for Christmas!

Not attached? Hate Valentine's day. Bitter? Angry? Alone? No worries, I get it. I used to be Bridget Jones incarnate before I got married. I hated Valentine's Day. Take back the holiday by making something for someone you love that is not your sweetie! Love your mom? Baby? Best friend? Brother? Etc? Use your crafty energy this month to get a gift out of the way for someone special in your life. Romantic, or not.

Every little thing she does is magic: As we wind down from the craziness of the holidays, let begin to prepare for next year in a little way. Some suggestions include: make ornaments, make stocking stuffers, make cute holders for giving gift cards, make small gifts that you can store away, like those for teachers, co-workers, etc. The point is...just *DO* something.

Leave a comment on this thread with a photo showing your finished item(s) by January 31, 2010 11:59 PM EST for the chance to win a fabulous prize!

Happy crafting,

Your Craftastic Christmas Crusader, stoliedina
3  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / 2009 Holiday Handmade Crusade :: (INACTIVE - Search for the 2010 thread) on: January 04, 2009 01:26:42 PM
Friends, Craftsters, Countrymen, lend me your ears...



Do you love Christmas? I don't. I hate it.

HAHAHAHAHA Yeah right!

Seriously though, let me share a little story with you.

Once upon a time there was a stunningly beautiful, totally modest, girl who loved absolutely everything about Christmas. For years, said girl was a sucker for advertising and a slave to the Mecca of Capitalism - the mall.

One day she took up knitting. Then sewing. Then cooking. Suddenly, she was obsessed with transforming herself into a craftastic domestic goddess. She was 21 years old.

When it came to be Christmas time that year she decided that the mall sucked because she could never find anything there that was a) affordable, b) not a cheaply made piece of crap or c) meaningful enough to give as a gift.

That's when our beautiful heroine found a craft-a-long thread on Craftster all about crafting your Christmas gifts bit by bit over the course of the year.



She solemnly vowed to do so, and the next year she was leading the aforementioned thread, and the next, and the next.


Fast forward to today.

If you haven't figured it out yet, I am your Christmas heroine! These past few weeks I've been marinating on an idea to encourage more participation in my holiday craft-a-long so that I can spread my crafty gospel throughout the land.



Here's what I propose:

* At the beginning of each month I will post a few ideas and themes to inspire you to craft for Christmas.

* By midnight on the last day of each month you can notify me of your completed gift project one of three ways a) posting a picture and comment to this thread on Craftster, b) uploading a photo to the Flickr Group http://www.flickr.com/groups/2009holidayhandmadecrusade/ or c) post it on your blog, and leave me a blog comment at http://www.geekxnerd.comwith a link to your post.

*YOU DO NOT HAVE TO FOLLOW MY THEMES I'm totally flexible here, the point is to get some gifts done ahead of time, non-conformity is welcome.

* Winter holidays of all races and religions are welcome. Christmas is my particular flava', so that's what I'll be writing about here.



What's in this for you?

At the end of each month, I will compile all of the entries via Crafster, Flickr and my blog comments into a single raffle drawing for a FABULOUS PRIZE!!!  I've called upon some of my favorite fellow craftsters, artists and indie businesses and they've agreed to generously donate their goods and services to YOU!

* You can participate one month, two months, twelve months. Whatever works for you.

* If you make two or more gifts per month, each will count as an entry to the raffle. Pretty sweet, huh? That's what I call INCENTIVE!

Remember, participating in a Christmas craft-a-long does not mean that you have to deck your house out in red and green and sing carols all year long. Simmer down. I like to think of Christmas as a culmination of crafty love that accumulates all year long.

So, who's down for the crafty lovin'?

Join me to take back Christmas from the mall with our loving, crafty hands!

Much Love,

Your Craftastic Christmas Crusader



Your theme for December is: Shake and Bake!: This is it Crusaders! What a journey we've made together this year! Our last theme for the year is 'Shake and Bake.' Food is the ultimate last minute gift - and you know, I've yet to find a person who doesn't appreciate it. Whip up something tasty for someone you love, and if you are so inclined, share the recipe here!

Also - if you are crazy with last minute crafting, certainly post that stuff too!

SPECIAL DECEMBER BONUS ENTRIES This month you will receive one raffle entry for monthly theme suggestions. I want the Crusade to carry on in 2010, and I am opening the floor to suggestions for themes. I would love to hear your ideas!
 
Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on December 24th by midnight EST

Your theme for November is: Warm and Toasty!: Alright Holiday Crusaders, we are getting down to the line, and for many of us two things are becoming a precious commodity: TIME and WARMTH! Use this month to whip up some warmth inspiring gifts for those on your list. Think scarves, hats, mittens, blankets. All of these projects are quick and easy and will keep your friends and family warm and toasty!

Live in a warm climate? No worries...take some of these ideas and translate them into  lighter, cooler fare. For example, instead of a wool knit scarf, make a silk dyed scarf.

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on November 30th by midnight EST

Your theme for October is: Hearth and Home!: During autumn and harvest time, I get decidedly nest-y. I think something about my personality makes me want to prepare our little home and make it as comfortable as possible as we transition to spending more time indoors.  So, therefore, I declare October's theme Hearth and Home. Make something that will spruce up someone on your gift list's home. This time of year is great for finding wreath making materials, or perhaps you could sew a pillow or create a beautiful piece of art. Anything to make a home more cozy! The sky is the the limit!

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on October 31st by midnight EST

Your theme for September is: Back to School!: It's September people, and that means it's back to school time! I don't know about you, but I've been out of school for years now, and I still get an excited, 'It's a new year!' feeling in September.

This month, you can take this them literally and make some fun, (perhaps holiday themed) school supplies for the little ones in your life...or you could make some fun work supplies for the big people you know. Ex: Fun fabric cubes for organizing a desk or a craft space, a new wallet, a fabric covered folder. Use your imagination!

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on September 30th by midnight EST

Your theme for August is: Work-In-Progress!: Are you thinking that maybe you would like to give a large handmade gift to someone on your list for the holidays? START NOW my friends, because if you don't, it ain't getting done by December. I am sagely speaking from experience.

This is possibly the easiest theme yet! All you have to do is post a photo of a work-in-progress, and you are entered in this month's raffle!  

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on August 31st by midnight EST

Your theme for July is: Save the Summer!: Save a little sunshine for the winter holidays by saving a piece of summer. You can literally do this by trying your hand at making jam, or canning some homemade pasta sauce. How about pressing some beautiful flowers into a frame? Inspired by the summer beauty around you? Sketch, paint or photograph your surroundings and frame that in a recycled frame from Goodwill.

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on July 31st by midnight EST

[Entries are now closed for July. The July raffle winner is: Homerof2! Please PM me with your snail mail address to redeem your prize. Thank you all for playing along!

Your theme for June is: Crafty-papa!: Surprise, surprise, last month's theme is being tweaked to honor the awesome men in our lives. Use a little extra Father's Day crafty mojo to make a gift for the winter holidays. Feel free to expand the theme to craft for your grandfathers, stepfathers, new fathers, any man that is special in your life.

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on June 30th by midnight EST

Prize for June will be announced ASAP!

Your theme for May is: Crafty-mama!: Let's honor our mum's this month by using a little extra Mother's Day crafty mojo to make a gift for the winter holidays. Feel free to expand the theme to craft for your grandmothers, stepmothers, new mothers, any woman that is special in your life. Got kids? Craft for them, they made you the crafty-mama you are today!

Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on May 30th by midnight EST

Prize for May will be announced soon!

Entries are now closed for May. The May raffle winner is: cosmomouse! Please PM me with your snail mail address to redeem your prize. Thank you all for playing along!


Your theme for April is: Eco-crafting!: Let's honor Earth Day this month by doing some recycling, upcycling and eco-friendly crafting. What does that mean? Well, it can mean many different things, maybe you can repurpose and revamp something that you purchased at a thrift store, or you could make something from recycled materials. Perhaps you could make a nature inspired piece of art or craft with materials that have been produced sustainably.

Need some inspiration?

Check out how to fuse plastic bags into a sweet laptop case over at Threadbanger: http://www.threadbanger.com/episode/THR_20090320 While you're there, you should pretty much check out their entire archives. Lots of recycling goodness to be found there.

Make your own laundry detergent: http://tipnut.com/10-homemade-laundry-soap-detergent-recipes/

This simple t-shirt shrug tutorial is rockin' my universe: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/tshirt_shrug

There are so many ways to interpret this theme - I can't wait to see what you come up with!

Announcing the raffle prize for the month of April!

The prize for the month of April is a Merfish Necklace from Resurrection Fern: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12967142@N05/3286932687/ Visit Margie's amazing blog Resurrection Fern: http://resurrectionfern.typepad.com/, photo stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12967142@N05/ and shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5052132. Thanks go to Margie for making this giveaway possible!

Entries close 4/30/09 at midnight EST. The winner will be announced on 5/1/09

Entries are now closed for April. The April raffle winner is: oneredboot! Please PM me with your snail mail address to redeem your prize. Thank you all for playing along!

Now announcing the Holiday Handmade Crusade theme for the month of March:

March's theme is Craft a memory. Pick someone on your holiday gift list and think of all of the memories that you've made with that person. Perhaps you could make something special to commemorate that awesome trip to Montreal with your Aunty June. Or maybe you want to make a photo collage about that time you had a midnight picnic with all of your friends at the beach. Whatever it is, use a memory as a catalyst for your craft project.

There are some books out there about this very topic that I just love:

Stitched in Time by Alicia Paulson: I got this book for Christmas last year, and it's filled with projects outlining how to incorporate family photos, recipes and children's drawings into sewing projects. http://www.amazon.com/Stitched-Time-Memory-Keeping-Projects-Creator/dp/0307406261/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1235847812&sr=8-1

52 Projects by Jeffrey Yamaguchi: http://www.amazon.com/52-Projects-Everyday-Creativity-Perigee/dp/0399532064/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1235847931&sr=1-1 Check out the What's Your Project section of Jeffrey's site for inspiration. http://www.52projects.com/52_projects/whats_your_project/

Or how about these projects:

The pillow I made for my sister for Christmas last year: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geekxnerd/3131726959/in/set-72157610696478351/

Art out of T-shirts via Apartment Therapy: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/dc/inspiration/a-different-kind-of-diy-art-077110

Photo Type Case via Ali Edwards: http://aliedwards.typepad.com/_a_/2008/05/weekend-creat-2.html

The possibilities are infinite on this one. Entries to be eligible for the raffle are due on March 31st by midnight EST.

The PRIZE...

The March raffle winner will receive a copy of Mixed Media Self-Portraits: Inspiration and Techniques by Cate Coulacos Prato courtesy of Interweave Press. http://www.amazon.com/Mixed-Media-Self-Portraits-Cate-Coulacos-Prato/dp/1596680822/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1235846885&sr=1-1

The winner will also receive a copy of the CraftyPod zine, courtesy of Sister Diane of Craftypod fame. http://www.craftypod.com


Entries for March are now closed. The raffle winner for the month of March is: GumInMyHair GumInMyHair has won a copy of Mixed Media Self-Portraits: Inspiration and Techniques by Cate Coulacos Prato courtesy of Interweave Press. http://www.amazon.com/Mixed-Media-Self-Portraits-Cate-Coulacos-Prato/dp/1596680822/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1235846885&sr=1-1, plus a copy of the CraftyPod zine, courtesy of Sister Diane of Craftypod fame http://www.craftypod.com. GumInMyHair, please PM me with your e-mail address so we can discuss how you will redeem your prize. Congratulations!

Your theme for February is: Make something for the one you love!: Okay, think about this. Those of you that are "attached" will most likely be doing something special with your sweetie for Valentine's Day. All of you are crafty, so I bet that good portion of you will be making something for your sweetie as well. Well V-day is smack in the middle of the month, so what to do with all of that crafty energy for the rest of the month?! Use the lovey-dovey energy surrounding this month to craft something extra to put away for your sweetie for Christmas!

Not attached? Hate Valentine's day. Bitter? Angry? Alone? No worries, I get it. I used to be Bridget Jones incarnate before I got married. I hated Valentine's Day. Take back the holiday by making something for someone you love that is not your sweetie! Love your mom? Baby? Best friend? Brother? Etc? Use your crafty energy this month to get a gift out of the way for someone special in your life. Romantic, or not. Entries close on 2/28/09 at midnight. Winners announced 3/1/09

February prize announced on Geek+Nerd here: http://www.geekxnerd.com/2009/02/holiday-handmade-crusade-announcement_20.html Sorry for the external link - but I'm in a hurry!

Entries for February are now closed. The raffle winner for the month of February is: oneredboot Oneredboot has won a "Broken Hearted" print by Abigail Halpin: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=17554889. Oneredboot, please PM me with your e-mail address so we can discuss how you will redeem your print.

Your theme for January is: ORNAMENTS!: Make one, make one hundred. Ornaments are a great small gift to have on hand for anyone!

Need some inspiration? Check out the 2008 Holiday Ornament Swap Group via Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/holidayornamentswap08/

Announcing the raffle prize for the month of January!!!

The prize for the month of January is a $10 Gift Certificate to SewMamaSew: http://sewmamasew.com/. One caveat, the certificate applies to product only, not the shipping costs.

Entries close 1/31/09 at midnight. The winner will be announced on 2/1/09

SewMamaSew is a wonderful online fabric resource, and they have a tremendously fun blog as well. One of my favorite features of their blog is the Handmade Holidays Series they put together in November. Each day of the month they focus on a different theme for gift-making, with links to patterns. SewMamaSew provides ton of crafty inspiration for prezzy making! Many thanks go to Kristin Link for making this giveaway possible!

Check out SewMamaSew's Handmade Holiday Archives!

2007: http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/?cat=25
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Entries are now closed for January. The January raffle winner is: llisaredd llisaredd, Please PM me with your e-mail address to redeem your gift certificate. Thank you all for playing along!
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4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Men's Tank Undershirt + Wrap Skirt = Gypsy Dress on: May 15, 2008 08:22:41 AM
I had a wrap skirt that I loved, but it never stayed closed on the sides, so I was always showing off an indecent amount of leg. It has languished in my closet for years. No longer!



Here's what I did:

I cut off the waist band of the skirt, then folded it right sides together and sewed up the side seam.

I embellished a plain black tank with scrap fabric and ribbon that I bought for this project. I hacked it off a few inches below my bust.

I then eased the skirt onto the cropped tank and voila! Gypsy dress.

All in all this was a painless project. It cost me about $3.50 in materials (the new fancy ribbon). If you want to see more process pics, you can see my blog post about the dress here: http://www.geekxnerd.com/2008/05/wrap-skirt-to-gypsy-dress.html

Thanks for looking! Smiley

5  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / reconned bib t-shirt :: quick fix for a boring logo on: May 07, 2008 05:08:46 AM
Before I had this:



I hated the silly fake athletic club logo courtesy of Old Navy...

Now I have this:



Ahhh, much better Smiley

Thanks for looking!
6  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Waldorf Inspired Play Crown on: March 24, 2008 11:33:23 AM
I made this for my niece for her birthday - it was really fun to put together!





Thanks for looking Smiley
7  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Kitschy Ballerina Brooch on: February 20, 2008 07:33:56 PM


An idea finally realized! I love it when that happens, don't you?
8  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / All Year Christmas Craft-a-long 2008 on: February 18, 2008 08:59:11 AM
Hi all,

This idea originated with Tappanga http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=19998.0. I tried to contact her regarding continuing this in 2007, but I never heard back. I started the 2007 thread, but I was self-admittedly terribly inactive on Craftster last year!

Subsequently I was rushing more than I'd like to complete Christmas gifts last year, so I'm trying to revisit this idea with a little more crafty zest!

I'm copying and pasting part of Tappanga's original post below so that you can get the idea of this unswap...

(Copy and pasted text below)

These were the themes for 2006:

Jan: Ornaments
Feb: Sewn gifts
Mar: Jewelry/Book thongs
Apr: Magnets
May: Candles
Jun: Stencil/Iron-on
Jul: Craft kits
Aug: Decoupage
Sep: Scarves/hats
Oct: Soap
Nov: Gift wrap/Bows/Tags
Dec: Food gifts

This is an unswap! Keep everything you make for gifts at Christmas. Sign up at any point that you'd like. If you don't want to do whatever craft is assigned to a month, feel free to subsititue with another craft. The main point is to keep crafting and making gifts to avoid the malls as much as possible at Christmas time.

Also, feel free to post here any questions you have about a craft, or pictures of your finished crafts so we can oooh and aaaah.

(End of copy and pasted text)

This is the fourth year that I've been doing this now, so I only use the list as a guide. Personally I can do without making candles and soap again! The point is to make at least one thing monthly and post it here. I'm writing this in February, so already I'm playing catch up, but I just finished a load of ornaments which I will post below.

Have fun - and show me some pictures! Cheers!
9  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / The Procrastinator's New Studio IMG Heavy on: June 08, 2007 09:23:21 PM
This picture was taken on 6.10.2006



Imagine being able to see even less of that floor and that's where I was at two days ago. I finally got sick of it and went haywire on the room.

6.08.2007

Inspiration station...





My sewing table used to be my kitchen table. I painted it orange a couple of months ago and now I can actually see it.



There's now a bass amp in the corner next to this wall (not shown) so my hubby can sit and play while I'm making with the crafty time.



More piccy's at my blog: http://www.geekxnerd.com/2007/06/before-and-year-later-after.html

10  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Wee Matroyshka Redwork on: February 21, 2007 06:00:29 PM
Hello all! I've been matroyshka/nesting doll obsessed lately and I've had the urge to embroider them. This will be the first of many - I was just testing out the design...


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