Natasha16

Pune, IN
member

Give me lots of paper, glue, scissors, paint, embroidery thread and needles, fabric, Italo Calvino, ribbon, a toothpick, Truman Capote, flour, eggs, baking powder, a mould, pencil, eraser, my husband, a diary, my Bible, my daughter and I can rule the world. Yes, I could.

craft interests: crochet, embroidery, home decorating, memory making, paper crafts, quilting, sewing

my personal website:
http://www.jezebellesinning.blogspot.com

Member Since: 01/17/2013


recent comments

Re: Depth Charge: How to Make a Splash and Get Paid for it.

good job. you make it sound so effortless.

Re: How to Make Simple White Paper Flowers

thank you for sharing. how pretty.

Re: Crumpled Up: How to Make Paper Flowers

how wonderful! torn edges..crumpled...painted with good old water colour. i certainly love you.

Re: Crafting Editorial Props: A Case Study

A nice article, Jeff. I like the honesty you wrote it with.

Re: How to Make a Valentine from an Onion

My 4 and a half yr old daughter is constantly complaining-But I want to do something NEW!!
I know what she means. She's going to be in luck this evening, when I get back from work.

Re: How to Make a Valentine from an Onion

My first comment on Craftstylish. Jeffery, I love how your mind works. This is such an imaginative idea, I'm kicking myself for not having thought of it earlier.
I've been looking through sales on crafting accessories-die machines, fancy electronic apparatus and yet feel that they stand nowhere near a great idea and simple resources.
I'm so glad I found you and your work on the world wide web. God Bless, and continue making magic.