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1 Oct 2011
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*******www.craftme*** CraftMe is a growing Kiwi arts and crafts online marketplace. It allows artisans to manage, in a very user-friendly way, simple (and free) listings of their items or have the added clout of a more comprehensive online gallery. An own online gallery allows each store-owner to describe fully the nature of their creations and philosophy. This store can also be linked to already existing websites or blogs. Alongside the marketplace we want to develop forums, blogs, chat-rooms and a media collection relating to the activities, events and community of the practitioners of CraftMe. Set-up of a store/gallery is very easy. However, assistance is offered in the setting up of individual galleries with artists who are intimidated by technology and have been disadvantaged by not being visible online. CraftMe as a collection of online galleries, unlike isolated websites, works to give the artisan maximum exposure and representation. It is an affordable, accessible platform which enables artisans to exhibit and sell their work, including fine art, craft, and home crafts, in a global capacity. Within this online ‘stable’ of practitioners, each creator can easily manage their own career and sales administration. Currently, each month, a new practitioner is profiled on the home-page. This is expected to be a dedicated section which can be can be expanded to reveal an interview or article about the artist/craftsperson. We also have a section ‘Artist and Creative services’, whereby a creative person or groups can offer tutoring, workshops mentoring or liaise concerning commissioned work. As part of our marketing, we pay particular attention to the Search Engine Optimisation which ensures a very high ranking on Google search results for the listings on the website. Our excellent search results are usually ahead of other established websites in New Zealand. Coffee sacks are made of Jute fibres. Jute is one of the most important natural fibres after cotton is procured from the bast or skin of the plant's stem. Jute's main cultivation is in Bangladesh, India and China. It is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fibre with golden and silky shine and hence called The Golden Fibre, that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. Jute is used chiefly to make cloth for wrapping bales of raw cotton, and to make sacks and coarse cloth. Jute has many advantages as a home textile, either replacing cotton or blending with it. It is a strong, durable, color and light-fast fibre. Its UV protection, sound and heat insulation, low thermal conduction and anti-static properties make it a wise choice in home décor. Also, fabrics made of jute fibres are carbon-dioxide neutral and naturally decomposable. For the 100% bio-degradable and recyclable qualities it is eco-friendly. The coffee sacks that were once used to store and carry organic fair trade certified coffee beans. Produced in a limited quantity, each piece is unique, features rustic markings and prints, and shows the branding and markings of the bags used in the process. They still carry that wonderful coffee scent, and maybe holes of the hooks workers used to lift the sacks. You can identify which company produced the beans and where they came from. This smart line of Upcycled Products by Belles Craft is handmade from burlap sacks, which have transported green coffee beans to New Zealand from across the globe. The rescued, upcycled & repurposed sacks are turned into unique cushions, BBQ aprons, table runners, baskets and other homewares. They are versatile, 100% natural, 100% biodegradable. Due to high attention to the smallest details and one off designs, they are stylish and have a great look. I love the scruffy and a bit rough look of these creations. All creations are combined and lined with other quality fabrics such as designer cotton to achieve that wow factor. Green living, earth friendly. They make GREAT Gifts. Hand wash only.
12 Oct 2011
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Insurance, brewery, craft brewery, micro brewery, risk management, The Coyle Group, www.thecoylegroup****, business insurance, new york, new jersey, pennsylvania, workers compensation, product contamination, product recall,
5 Nov 2011
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CraftMe is a growing Kiwi and Australian arts and crafts online marketplace. It allows artisans to manage, in a very user-friendly way, simple (and free) listings of their items or have the added clout of a more comprehensive online gallery. An own online gallery allows each store-owner to describe fully the nature of their creations and philosophy. This store can also be linked to already existing websites or blogs. Alongside the marketplace we want to develop forums, blogs, chat-rooms and a media collection relating to the activities, events and community of the practitioners of CraftMe. Set-up of a store/gallery is very easy. However, assistance is offered in the setting up of individual galleries with artists who are intimidated by technology and have been disadvantaged by not being visible online. CraftMe as a collection of online Australian galleries, unlike isolated websites, works to give the artisan maximum exposure and representation. It is an affordable, accessible platform which enables artisans to exhibit and sell their work, including fine art, craft, and home crafts, in a global capacity. Within this online 'stable' of practitioners, each creator can easily manage their own career and sales administration. Currently, each month, a new Australian practitioner is profiled on the home-page. This is expected to be a dedicated section which can be can be expanded to reveal an interview or article about the artist/craftsperson. We also have a section 'Artist and Creative services', whereby a creative person or groups can offer tutoring, workshops mentoring or liaise concerning commissioned work. As part of our marketing, we pay particular attention to the Search Engine Optimisation which ensures a very high ranking on Google search results for the listings on the website. Our excellent search results are usually ahead of other established websites in Australia and New Zealand. We would like to avoid advertising on the site however we will consider local, relevant advertising (such as local art supplies) which is in keeping with the mission of the site of promoting local artisans, events, artistic endeavours in the community. There is a resurgence in home-craft and a related ecological awareness globally as well as in Australian and New Zealand: 're-purposing fabrics' and 'up-cycling' being two aspects of this. CraftMe recognises this and offers the artisan an affordable platform to share their ideas, promote their wares and work from home. CraftMe seeks to develop the representation of Australia and New Zealand paintings, sculptures, carvings and other art-forms on the site. As with other categories, concepts relating to an artist's listed work can be conveyed by YouTube clips embedded in the listing (for example, an interview with an artist). This kind of virtual representation in the arts in Australia and New Zealand has been little utilised so far. Roy Rodriguez, The founder of the site is aware that to date, there are few 'big' websites that deal primarily with 'serious' fine art. Craftme's plan is to gauge the interest registered by painters and sculptors. It accepts that the online galleries and other services offered by CraftMe may be primarily utilised by emerging fine artists who have little or no dedicated representation in the dealer gallery world. It hopes, however, to also provide an alternative for more established artists who seek to represent themselves- and manage their own administration. Craftme's overall project brief is to act as an online cultural community hub for artist groups throughout Australia and New Zealand. Instead of or as well as stand-alone websites CraftMe could 'house' many such community groups, their art/craft and associated activities; including reviews, exhibitions, chat-rooms and video. CraftMe is currently one small business, hoping to help other small home based studio/businesses.
8 Nov 2011
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IT FAILS - Blumentahl Crafts Ka Jinks Ke Jinker review
11 Nov 2011
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A video showing how to do letterpress invitations from home with an Epic Six die cutting & embossing machine! This machine is a Lifestyle Crafts (formerly known as Quickutz) tool that is primarily used for cutting and embossing, but will allow you to do letterpress cards as well with the letterpress starter kit ALL available at CutAtHome****
17 Nov 2011
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Megan talks about a unique request where a woman wanted some craft ideas for when her granddaughter visited for the holidays.
29 Nov 2011
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*******www.ajscraftroom**** My December craft is a very special Christmas project. These beautiful illuminated glass blocks add elegance and ambiance to any room. Thanks for watching and Merry Christmas!
14 Dec 2011
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www.yoursewcrafty**** High Quality Sewing and Crafting Machines make all your projects heirlooms! You Are So Crafty, YourSewCrafty**** is the place to start your next project.
15 Dec 2011
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Cypress Bend at Craft Farms boasts a 4-1/2 star rating by Golf Digest and was rated the #1 most playable new course in the US at its inception. This architectural masterpiece, features staggered tee boxes, sprawling bunkers, top quality putting surfaces and year--round lush and green conditions. A perfect compliment to its big sister, Cotton Creek, this course has a coastal feel as it traverses a unique system of cord-grass accented lakes which come into play on nearly every hole. Cypress Bend offers wide fairways, vast landing areas and large undulating greens, giving golfers confidence as they prepare to tackle this Palmer creation. In addition to outstanding golf, Craft Farms Coastal Golf Resort also offers complete on-site amenities, including the picturesque lakeside Cotton Creek Clubhouse, the award-winning Courtyard by Marriott and the luxurious Cypress Point Condominiums.
8 Jan 2012
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As the original Arnold Palmer Signature design along the Gulf Coast, the exclusive Cotton Creek course combines the mystique of a golf legend with the Southern hospitality of the Craft family. Featuring rolling fairways, large undulating greens and Southern Hardwoods, Cotton Creek at Craft Farms is very playable from the forward tees and a true championship challenge of over 7,000 yards from the tips. True to its Palmer design, this traditional 18-hole masterpiece was laid out to challenge rather than intimidate, with numerous risk/reward opportunities throughout. Cotton Creek (which just celebrated its 20th anniversary) and its sister course, Cypress Bend at Craft Farms, are Palmer's only Alabama projects. In addition to outstanding golf, Craft Farms Coastal Golf Resort also offers complete on-site amenities, including the picturesque lakeside Cotton Creek Clubhouse, the award-winning Courtyard by Marriott and the luxurious Cypress Point Condominiums.
9 Jan 2012
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Tara stopped by EA's offices last week to check out an all-new demo for Dead Space 3, and afterward she grabbed the game's Executive Producer, Steve Papoutsis, to talk about her experience. Watch as he chats about the new disgusting strains of necromorphs, the differences between the single-player and co-op campaigns and ... the new weapon crafting system?! Yup - all that and no competitive multiplayer either. WHAT IS GOING ON?!?!
26 Jul 2012
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As if Friday wasn't already awesome enough, today we discovered there's BEARS in Far Cry 3. BEARS! There's also a pretty advanced weapon crafting system in Dead Space 3, an enjoyable multiplayer mode in XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and a Mega Man iOS RPG coming this fall to prove, once and for all, that Capcom hates its fans.
22 Aug 2012
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Courtenay design is a small family business that turned their love of crafting into a very special handmade invitation and card making service find more out at *******www.touchlocal****/15226070
12 Oct 2012
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Quidi Vidi is a charming village-within-a-city, which still embodies the spirit of an old fishing outport. This picturesque settlement is a mile or so outside the eastern limit of St. John’s, and was probably first settled by Europeans in the early 16th century. Even though Quidi Vidi Village is close to 400 years old, there is still some debate over the pronounciation of the name. Many Newfoundlanders and Labradorians say Kiddy Viddy, while others lean towards Kwai-da-Vidah or Kitty Vitty. The latest addition to this ancient village, standing on its own picturesque wharf in an iconic fishing community, is the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation. The Plantation serves as a craft enterprise incubator for emerging artists wishing to pursue careers as professional craftspeople in Newfoundland and Labrador. Visitors to the Plantation are welcome to watch, interact with, and support the craftspeople as they produce unique handmade items in a wide variety of mediums. The building also houses the office of the Quidi Vidi Village Foundation and archival collection. You won't find a more enthusiastic and welcoming group of people anywhere, so be sure to stop by and say hello.
15 Nov 2012
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Snow Craft Episode 1 Local Innovation. Explore the roots of surf-inspired snowboard design and a revolution in shaping from Vermont and Japan. Watch More Episodes HERE *******snowboarding.transworld****/tag/snow-craft/
19 Nov 2012
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