Friday, January 22, 2010

Just Started! Free Crafts Newsletter: Get New Crafts to Your Inbox Every Week

Hey there! Just wanted to pass along the good news...I just started a free crafts newsletter and would love to have you join us! You'll get a new craft each week plus a special offer of something cool craft-related that I've found online.

Hope you'll join us and start getting free crafts today! Simply visit

PS - Its okay to tell your craft loving friends about it too!


Monday, January 18, 2010

Want to Start a Business in the Self Improvement Industry?

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Thought I'd pass it along to those who are looking to tap into the self improvement industry.


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Saturday, December 26, 2009

New Youtube Video: Learn Brief History of Quilling Paper Craft

Watch video to learn a brief history of a fun rolled paper craft called Quilling. For more check out my website

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Free Instructions On How to Do Quilling: Watch Video And Find Out!

Free instructions on how you can start paper quilling craft simple with sneak peek of "Secrets to Quilling Success" at

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Ideas for Using Holiday Decorative Bows Made From Ribbon

Here’s a list of great ways to use the many decorative bows you can make with all kinds of seasonal ribbon available at craft stores. Remember, you can make the same decorative bows they sell in craft stores for $7 to $70 with just a few dollars of ribbon. There are a bunch of great ways to use the bows you have made. Here are eight of my favorites:

1 – Use a decorative bow around the base of a pillar candle. (Be sure that candle flame doesn’t get close to ribbon as it burns down!)

2 – Use a decorative bow to add some fun to a gift basket.

3 – Use a decorative bow to give a car or bike as a gift. You can make really large bows that will work well for this.

4 – Use a decorative bow to dress up a wreath or tree for Christmas or other holidays.

5 – Use a decorative bow on a wrapped present, gift tin, or gift bag.

6 – Use a decorative bow in a centerpiece display for your table. Use ribbon that will coordinate with the season, meal being served, or even your fine china.

7 – Use a decorative bow to decorate a table for a craft fair, flea market, or yard sale.

8 – Use a decorative bow to create a beautiful fireplace display. Add pieces of greenery or other items to complete your display.

As you can see, there are many fun ways you can use decorative bows once you learn how to make bows. Be creative! I’m sure you can think of even more ways to use your home-made decorative bows once you see all the wonderful ribbon available at the craft store. Also take a look at the pre-made bows they sell in the store to get a lot of ideas on decorative bows you can make and also ways that you can use them around your house and for the holidays. Save a lot of money by creating at home your own decorative bows!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

New Product Soon to Be Launched: Paper Quilling DVD Instructions

Want to learn the art of paper quilling (also called paper filigree) but don't want to spend a fortune buying dozens of instructions to make a large variety of designs? Frustrated with incomplete and impossible to understand written instructions? Check out and find the easiest and most complete instructional DVD and downloadable manual on the art of quilling.


Jim Rohn Passed Away December 5, 2009

I just received this email from Jim Rohn International:

"With great sadness we share that Jim Rohn, our mentor and friend, left us December 5, 2009 for a better place.

Over the past 18 months, in his battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis, Jim assured us with a smile that all is good, that he would fight until the last breath, yet he had no fear as to what would be next. Jim’s faith was as much a part of his life as his desire to inspire and challenge us all to be the best we could be and to live our dreams.

Jim’s courage in his final months and days were a testament to his message that we should all fight the good fight. He never gave up and never gave in."

For more about the recent death of Jim Rohn you can read more at....