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Meet the Handmade Winter Team: eBook Tour

 
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I think this photo above accurately describes my excitement to introduce you all to the team behind Handmade Winter: A Season to Gather. Make. & Share! I've mentioned before how thrilling it was to collaborate on my first e-book with such a talented group of ladies, but now I'd like you to meet them all.

If you follow me on Instagram you might often see a hashtag that I use, #creativemamas, that's because this group of women and I wanted to encourage creativity among our community. We recognize that there is so much ingenuity, creativity, experience, talent and downright awesomeness among women. And we want to build a community that appreciates the talents of each other. That inspire one another. The last time I checked, our hashtag had almost 3,500 photos attached to it. If I need a little boost when I'm feeling a little creative lethargy I just scroll through those photos and am blown away by what you are making and sharing. And thus Handmade Winter was born. We wanted to collaborate as a group to utilize our talents and share tried and true projects, recipes and crafts into an inspirational semi-tangible book(eBook). Projects that you at home won't be intimidated to try this winter season. 

 
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Instead of me try to explain the fun projects and recipes inside, I thought you might rather see for yourself from our contributors and friends since we started a fun eBook tour earlier this month. 

Check out how Marigold of Hideous Deadful Stinky made these fun paper mache winter woodland friends (hint: she gave them a little Downton Abbey spin!) Michelle of Mollymoo was the originator of this fun project. 

Bonnie of A Golden Afternoon decided to try her hand at fellow contributor, Rajovilla's Joya's masala chai recipe. 

Andrea Folsom of Crafting Connections was inspired to take her kiddies on a Winter Walk Joya wrote about.

Melissa from A Happy Stitch was kind enough to share her fun experience making Carla's chevron necklace tutorial.

Delia of Delia Creates made the awesome chalkboard blocks that Jen of Classic Play included in the eBook.

Jane of Buzzmills made the adorable mini vases from the eBook that Marigold wrote the tutorial for.  

Be on the lookout for more fun posts from some of these bloggers this month during our month long blog book tour. 

Stacy of Kids Stuff World / Jenny of The Southern Institute / Lacy of Living on Love / Abby of Things for Boys / Laura of Craftstorming / Jess of The Sewing Rabbit / Helen of Curly Birds / Kim of The Little Stories / Toni of Sew Jereli / Amy of Maker Mama / Caroline of Salsa Pie / Shannon of Very Shannon / Rebecca of Simple as That

 
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Thank you for stopping by! If you'd like your own copy of our eBook, you can click on the photo in my sidebar on the left, or click here. You can also check out the #handmadewinter hashtag on Instagram to see what people are creating from our eBook, or click on this fun new Flipboard Mag where we will be updating constantly as the book tour progresses.