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1  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Join us for cardmaking for a worthy cause! on: March 01, 2008 12:16:35 PM
This event is FREE and open to all new and regular members of the NYC Soapmakers' Circle Meetup. Children are welcome.

Enjoy a free event, chat with like-minded crafters and soap lovers, and meet some new faces too!

You're invited to join me and your fellow soapmakers for a lesson in card making -- a new craft that I've recently fallen in love with -- for a worthy cause called Angel Stampers for Soldiers. This organization sends greeting cards to soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

To attend this event, you MUST be a member of the NYC Soapmaker's Circle Meetup. We are primarily a soapmaking and soap enthusiast club, but enjoy other crafts on occasion as well. Free to join!

http://soapmaking.meetup.com/144/
2  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Soap Wrapped in Silk = Luxury gift! on: January 02, 2008 02:52:48 PM
Who doesn't love the feel of silk? This month, we'll gather to decorate beautiful habotai silk gift bags. They're perfect for toting a few bars of soap and add a hint of luxury too!

This is a great soap packaging idea for selling at craft fairs or even giving as gifts for Valentine's Day, Weddings, and Mother's Day! Other uses for these bags include, rose petal soaps, bath bombs, or non-soapy purposes: lingerie bag, jewelry, or a stash your favorite chocolates!

I will show you how to personalize a silk gift bag using a stamping technique that's very fun and let's your artistic abilities shine!

To attend this workshop, you must register (it's free) online and join the NYC Soapmaker's Circle Meetup group: http://soapmaking.meetup.com/144/
3  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Learn to make incense with the NYC Soapmaker's Circle Meetup! on: January 02, 2008 02:47:50 PM
Join the NYC Soapmaker's Circle in Brooklyn to learn some of tricks and tips for making our own incense. We'll be making incense scented with Egyptian Musk, Baby Powder, and Vanilla. Yum!

I'm very excited and I hope you are too!

Come with an open mind and be ready to learn. There will be refreshments too.

Space is limited, RSVP today! :-)

Cost: $15/person for supplies and snacks

To attend this event, you must RSVP via the NYC Soapmaker's Circle Web site: http://soapmaking.meetup.com/144/
It's free to join!
4  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Hey soapers! You're invited.... on: August 11, 2007 07:24:25 AM
A few months ago, I started a soapmaking Meetup called The NYC Soapamaker's Circle. I wanted to talk with soap lovers in person and learn and share things with others.

If you live in the NYC area or are willing to travel, please consider joining my group. Web site: http://soapmaking.meetup.com/144/members/

Next month: We're doing a workshop on packaging our soapy goodies for the holiday season. There will be snacks, laughter and lots o' fun!!

Come check us out!!

I blog too, see my links below...Thank you

Corris
5  GLASS CRAFTS / Glass Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Seeking glass artists in NYC area.... on: August 11, 2007 07:14:21 AM
Anyone here from Long Island or New York City? I'm looking to connect with glass artists from my area.

Thanks!
6  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Seeking clay artists in NYC area.... on: August 11, 2007 07:11:15 AM
Anyone here from Long Island or New York City? I'm looking to connect with polymer clay artists from my area.

Thanks!
7  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Learn how to package your handmade goodies!! on: August 11, 2007 07:00:24 AM
People may like the look of homemade items, but "homemade" doesn't mean your products have to look un-professional. At this event, you'll learn unique packaging ideas to help you stand out from the rest and present your handmade products to the public with style.

We'll enjoy doing 3 "make-and-take" projects that you can bring home and use for packaging your own handmade goodies. Just in time for the holiday season!!

Event will be held on Saturday, September 8th in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. Join us!!

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!

NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME!

Don't miss this unique and informative event. It's sure to be lots of fun!! Smiley

Interested? Join the NYC Soapmakers Circle (free membership) and sign up for this event: http://soapmaking.meetup.com/144/

8  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Discussion and Questions / Calling all crafters big & small -- from NYC/Long Island area on: April 05, 2007 03:19:17 PM
Hello,

Im a Web editor at Newsday.com and I write for their craft blog called Cheap Thrills. In my spare time, I plan events around soapmaking.

Im looking for people who enjoy being crafty to highlight on our blog. You must live in New York City area, such as the boros/outerboros or Long Island to participate. In the future, we may explore crafters from other parts of the country.

Whats in it for you? Its a chance to show off your creative side to a national audience and share what you love. Plus, I'll link to your Etsy site.  Cheesy

Please submit the completed questionnaire, send quality photos of yourself and your favorite craft project to corris.little@newsday.com. Be sure to include your Etsy links and/or other Web sites as well.

Please answer the following in detail:

How did you get into making (your fave craft here)?
What inspires you?
Why do you love (your fave craft here)?
What would you like to learn/try next?
How do you make time for (your fave craft here)?
Where do you get your supplies? (List store names or Web sites)
Whats your biggest challenge?
Any advice for beginners?


Thanks so very much,
Corris

PLEASE DO NOT REPLY ON THIS BOARD, EMAIL ME INSTEAD. TX!
9  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Calling All Crafters Big & Small -- from New York area/Long Island on: April 05, 2007 03:14:51 PM
Hello,

Im a Web editor at Newsday.com and I write for their craft blog called Cheap Thrills. In my spare time, I plan events around soapmaking.

Im looking for people who enjoy being crafty to highlight on our blog. You must live in New York City area, such as the boros/outerboros or Long Island to participate. In the future, we may explore crafters from other parts of the country.

Whats in it for you? Its a chance to show off your creative side to a national audience and share what you love. Plus, I'll link to your Etsy site.  Cheesy

Please submit the completed questionnaire, send quality photos of yourself and your favorite craft project to corris.little@newsday.com. Be sure to include your Etsy links and/or other Web sites as well.

Please answer the following in detail:

How did you get into making (your fave craft here)?
What inspires you?
Why do you love (your fave craft here)?
What would you like to learn/try next?
How do you make time for (your fave craft here)?
Where do you get your supplies? (List store names or Web sites)
Whats your biggest challenge?
Any advice for beginners?


Thanks so very much,
Corris

PLEASE DO NOT REPLY ON THIS BOARD, EMAIL ME INSTEAD. TX!
10  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions / BE A CRAFT STAR! Looking for craftaholics in NYC/LI on: April 02, 2007 01:22:00 PM
Hello,

Im a Web editor at Newsday.com and I write for their craft blog called Cheap Thrills. In my spare time, I plan events around soapmaking. Smiley

Im looking for people who enjoy being crafty to highlight on our blog. You must live in New York City (one of 5 boros) or Long Island to participate. In the future, we may explore crafters from other parts of the country.

Whats in it for you? Its a chance to show off your creative side to a national audience and share what you love. Plus, I'll link to your Etsy site.

Please submit the completed questionnaire, send quality photos of yourself and your favorite craft project to corris.little(AT)newsday.com. Be sure to include your Etsy links and/or other Web sites as well.

Please answer the following in detail:

How did you get into making crafts for your pet?
What inspires you?
What would you like to learn/try next?
Where do you get your supplies? (List store names or Web sites)
Whats your biggest challenge?
Any advice for beginners?


Thanks so very much,
Corris

PLEASE DO NOT REPLY ON THIS BOARD, EMAIL ME INSTEAD. TX!
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