Monday, March 10, 2014

Saturdays with Lisa webcast - my special guest is Andrea Currie!

Join me for my first episode of Saturdays with Lisa - this Saturday, March 15th at 10:00am PT (1:00pm ET) - just click here at showtime to enter the webcast room.

There will be crafting with friends, there will be chatting with friends, there will be goofing off and joking around with...yep, friends!

Click here for more details on how watching the webcast online works.

My special guest is Andrea Currie - she and her husband Cliff are the authors of a new book, The Crafter's Book of Clever Ideas - and she's also my crafty sistah! You might remember watching us craft our way to a glittery $10,000 prize on the "Alter or Falter" episode of Craft Wars a couple years ago.

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Andrea will share some glitter love, talk about their exciting blog tour for the book, and maybe even give us a little demo. Then I will show you a super fun way to make a "broken glass" mosaic greeting card, using a project in their book as inspiration. See the supply list below if you want to craft along with me!

If you're in the room during the live webcast, you'll have a chance to win your own copy of Andrea and Cliff's awesome book! It's full of whimsical projects that are fun for gifts and parties, with a little "his and hers" twist.

Every episode of Saturdays with Lisa will be recorded, so if you can't make it to the live show, I'll be posting the replay links here on the blog.


Craft along!
Supplies to make a "broken glass" mosaic greeting card:

clear plastic or acetate sheet
alcohol inks and applicator
aleene’s tacky double-stick sheet
clear fine glitter, white folded cardstock
scissors and paper trimmer
parchment paper, brayer, wide brush


8 comments:

  1. So excited for this, and for the new book!!! Snoopy dance!

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  2. You had me at "glitter." This looks super cool!

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  3. How fun! Yay crafty goodness :)

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  4. This looks like so much fun!

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  5. There can never be too much glitter! Looks like there are fun projects!

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