I'm back from the CHA Craft SuperShow in Anaheim, where got to spend loads of time spreading the Craft Corps gospel. With a website housing more than 300 profiles of crafters like you, and less than 5 months until my book celebrating both professional and hobbiest hand-makers alike hits shelves, I can't tell you how excited I am to see the enthusiasm out there for the Craft Corps movement. Thanks to everyone who continues to let me document and share their crafty kick-assness as well as spreading the word themselves, that they've joined "The Corps".
Thanks to I Love to Create and Lark Books, I was able to spend much of my time at the Craft SuperShow seeing old friends, meeting new ones and using Craft Corps Stencil Kits to make our mark! Here's just a glimpse of the experience.
Craft Corps, Chapter 12 : Traci Bautista
My friend, featured C.C. artist, and face of Collage Pauge, posing with me and a bind-up of a few chapters from the upcoming book.
Craft Corps, Chapter 23: Sandi Genovese
Craft SuperShow Attendees Stop by the Lark Books Booth to Paint
Craft Corps Stencil Kits
Join the Corps by telling your story here, then nab a stencil kit to make your own Craft Corps gear!
Need something to watch while you're painting? Take a look at a few of the quickie videos I shot of crafters sharing with me, what crafting means to them!
See more videos like these on my YouTube channel!