Crafting Resources

However, don’t over look all commercial Web sites. A commercial site will often contain free information, projects and histories. Following this article is a special product section featuring some of the latest offerings from vendors. Their Web site addresses are included with their product descriptions, so go the Web and check them out.

Take advantage of the creativity that is abundant on the Internet. Sign up for a few electronic newsletters or mail lists. Or, post a note on a bulletin board. When you need inspiration there is no place like the information super highway to get your creativity flowing!

Maria Nerius has been designing and writing craft projects for 15 years and is the craft expert at If you have questions, comments, have craft ideas of your own, or would like to see a particular craft in an upcoming issue, e-mail Maria at

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