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Barbara Hiatt, Chase the Star

Barbara Hiatt Chase the Star Barbara is a lover of all things creative, simple, and budget friendly. She started Chase the Star in early 2012 to chronicle her hands-on decorating adventures and it has since evolved into a lifestyle blog where she encourages readers to find their inner DIYer. Barbara shares easy crafts, furniture makeovers, family posts, recipes and more. She resides in sunny Southern California with her husband, kids, dog and cat.

 

Amanda Formaro, Crafts by Amanda

Amanda Formaro Amanda Formaro is the crafty, entrepreneurial mother of four children. She is the craft expert for FamilyCorner.com and Kaboose.com, and she creates amazing kids crafts for her kids and shares them on her blog, CraftsbyAmanda.com.

 

Kathy Barbro, Art Projects for Kids

Kathy Barbro Art Projects for Kids After starting as a volunteer art docent, Kathy Barbro was hired by the school's PTA as a Professional Expert in Visual Arts. She now teaches twenty K-5 classes weekly in Sherman Oaks, CA and also conducts an after-school Art Enrichment program. With over 1000 classroom-tested art projects posted to her blog, she is happy to pass on her ideas and experiences to all who would like to add a little more creativity to their lives.

 

Amy Anderson, Mod Podge Rocks!

Amy Anderson Mod Podge Rocks! Amy was born from creative genes, so she's carrying on the tradition. She has been knitting for 17 years, sewing for longer, and decoupaging for just a few. She started Mod Podge Rocks! because when she was trying to find decoupage inspiration, she had to go to a lot of different places to get it. She thought, "What if it could all just be in one place?" She doesn't just complain, people - she makes it happen!

 

Jessica Kielman, Mom 4 Real

Jessica Kielman Mom 4 Real Im Jessica, a mom on a mission to show other women that you can live well without breaking the bank. I like to share the thrifty, creative ways that I make changes in my home in the hopes that it will spark the creativity in someone else! I love to share DIY projects, crafts, simple recipes and cleaning tips too!

 

Maggy Woodley, Red Ted Art

Maggy Woodley Maggy Woodley started her craft blog Red Ted Art in order to share her craft ideas for both children and adults hoping to inspire others to have a go and have fun with their children or to discover new crafts and ideas for themselves.

 

Janine LaTulippe, True Aim Education

Janine LaTulippe True Aim Education Janine LaTulippe is the Mother of 4 blessings all under the age of 6. She believes that an elite education begins in the Home. Her mission is to help parents raise sons and daughters, whose legacies honor their families and glorify God. Her sites Blue Manor and True Aim provide curriculum, free resources, and inspiration for Homeschoolers!

 

First Palette

First Palette First Palette is an amazing resource filled with free kids' crafts, art activities, and printables designed to nurture creativity and the love for learning.

 

Jill Dubien, Meet the Dubiens

Jill Dubien Meet the Dubiens Jill Dubien is a Canadian working mom of 2 small children and a wife to a fantastic husband. She loves to make crafts with the kiddos, create cute food creations in the kitchen, and photograph all of it in her spare time. Her general motto is that it has to be 'fun, quick and easy.'

 

Jodi, Meaningful Mama

Jodi Durr Meaningful Mama Why her blog? Because becoming a mother is hard. She's spent the last four years of parenting living in the "I should" moments. She was tired of the "I should" and decided to become meaningful. Every day she offers you a craft or activity, a character development idea, and a parenting tip that she's found helpful. She is hoping you'll find something from the minutes you spend in her corner of the web that inspires you to turn the "I should" into "I'm going to."

 

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