Watch the NEW Craft Tips Show that airs Monday through Friday. Join our new hosts that specialize in jewelry, paper crafts, general crafting, journaling/storytelling and fabric/sewing tips. You'll love variety of one minute craft ideas, tips, tricks and savings. And be sure to check out our new Craft Tips Pin Board for correlating "Collectors Tip Cards."
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Amy Chappell is a mother of 5 who lives in Utah. Any time not spent with her family is usually dedicated to sewing and creating for her blog:www.amerooniedesigns.blogspot.com or for selling at local boutiques. She loves being outside and can't wait to take a trip with her husband to the beach one of these days.
Find Amy on Ameroonie Designs Blog
Jonie has been creating her whole life and is excited to share crafting tips and tricks with you here on My Craft Channel! She is a blogger over at Just Between Friends where she posts tutorials, recipes, home decor and more! Make sure to tune in every week to get some new ideas!
Find Jonie on Just Between Friends Facebook / Her Blog
Callie Cazier has been beading for just over 10 years. 3 years ago, with the help of her amazing family, Callie was able to open her dream store, The Bead Farm at Gardner Village. She is now able to spend her day teaching people the art of jewelry making. She is excited to be able to share the tips and tricks that she has learned over the years with my craft channel.
Find Callie's The Bead Farm on Facebook / Gardner Village Website
Just a little about me- I am a wife of 18 years to my hottie husband Brad,and a Mom to 3 wonderful, crazy busy kids : Ashlyn (16), Ethan (13) and Maddie (11). I live in Syracuse, UT which is about 30 miles north of Salt Lake City (and the Doodlebug Design Home Office!) When I am not working on paper crafts, I love to travel, cook and read. I am a HUGE Harry Potter fan and love 80's music! I have worked at my local scrapbook store The Heartland Paper Co. for 15 years.
Find Tya on Facebook / Pinterest / Tya's Blog / Heartland Paper
I grew up in a home rich with family heritage. My mom loved genealogy and knew how to breathe life into dusty documents and color to faded black and white photos - my mom told me stories. As a grown woman with five children of my own, I've tried to do the same. But it didn't take long to realize that it wasn't my artistic skills my children really cared about. They never stopped on a page and said, "Mom, you matched that paper to my shirt - perfectly!" Nope. What they did say as they leaned across my lap, pointing at photos is, "Tell me the story!"
Find Carol on Family Storytelling Website
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