This week over at Craft Gossip I did some fun interviews that might tickle your fancy.
One Good Bumblebee - A website full of whimsies.
Paper Boats and Grocery Bags - A fun interview by Paper Boat Galleries.
Kailo Chic - Hob Knobbing with Project Runway Alum, Features in Seventeen Magazine and More!
Only two posts this week on Badassical, but they are juicy ones! I did a little post called An Igloo of My Very Own and Karly did one called Hypercolor My World.
About.com Jewelry Making
Tammy declares, Red Brass Rocks! Consider red brass wire as an alternative to gold-filled if you have been put off by the price.
Art Bead Scene
Give your Art Beads a Summer Vacation!
Earthenwood Studio Chronicles
Swimming in the deep sea of imagination, Melanie discovers inspiration's treasures in many places
Jewelry & Beading
Make a bright and breezy knotted turquoise necklace for the summer!
Linda Augsburg at BeadStyle Magazine
It's better than a backstage pass! Check out BeadStyle's open house, all-access pass this weekend. And get links to Bead&Button and Art Jewelry's open houses as well!
Naughty Secretary Club
Read Jen’s wrap up report of her adventures at the BEA convention. Actual copies of Naughty Secretary Club: The Working Girls Guide to Handmade Jewelry were spotted!
Strands of Beads
Melissa discusses the curious byways down which inspiration leads us and is, herself, inspired by Shakespeare
Have you been watching the live how-to videos on Etsy this month? Learn screen printing, glass etching, sewing and more!
I found a new social networking site and this time it is all about food! Tweet What You Eat is twitter meets food diary.
If you run your own small business might I recommend adding The Man Who Souled the World to your Netflix list. Being an ex-skater my hubby Chris rented the movie about Steve Rocco and his company World Industries and I was a patient wife and agreed to watch it with him. The movie was actually a really interesting documentry about starting your own small business.
Have you heard of death by blogging? The New York Times seems to think it's possible.
The Rubber Stamp Bracelet on Design for Mankind intriques me.