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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Relevant Links on Web Site on: January 31, 2006 04:50:01 PM
Hi Everyone,

I know everyone who has a craft site out there....one of the hardest thngs to do is get people to not only link to their site...but also link back to your site...and have it be links that are relevant to your web site.  The assumption is that the search engines will list you more favorably if done correctly.

Well, I've found a free service will put relevant links on your site.  You just need to be able to put a simple code into your web pages.

Check it out....I think it's great!

http://www.freerelevantlinks.com/
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Victorian/Vintage Coasters on: January 27, 2006 04:40:53 PM
Okay....I decided to post these here.  I absolutely love them!  Made them a while ago and they look terrific in my bedroom.  I use a couple of them as actual coasters on my nightstands and a couple of them I have displayed on my shelfs with other items.

Whatdaya think?

3  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Okay...My Craft Cabinet on: October 21, 2005 07:30:58 PM
Now I know this cabinet/wardrobe doesn't look like it can be salvaged, but bear with me.
It was given to me by a friend that was going to put it in the trash since it had
been sitting outside in her carport for a while (covered) and the elements had
done some damage, but it still had good "bones".


It took me a while, but eventually it ended up looking like this and holds
all/most of my craft supplies (paints, stencils, stamps, glues, etc.).  I installed
shelves on the side that doesn't have the drawers so that created even
more storage space.



I decoupaged two posters onto the drawers.



I did have to cut out some new doors from plywood (but at least I already
had a pattern).  I used an old piece of paneling I had for the back, some
decorative painting, and voila!

My friend can't believe that this is the same cabinet she gave me!!
4  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Desk/Hutch--Cost?!!! $15 on: October 12, 2005 09:17:19 AM
This is just a sample of my passion....picking up "throw-aways" and re-purposing
them into something nice and usable!

Started out with this....


Next!!!



Finally....



Total costs....$15 (for the top hutch at Salvation Army).  It was just my
luck that the top fit the desk perfectly!  Add a little black paint so that
it matched the desk, and viola!!!
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