Julie Sanford
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The Crafts Report, May 2012

Posted on April 9, 2012 at 1:23pm 0 Comments

I have been a long subscriber to The Crafts Report Magazine.  When I first started out as an "Art Fair" artist it was a great place to find good shows and learn…

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At 2:59pm on March 22, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 9:02pm on July 25, 2011, Renee Zettle-Sterling said…

We still need to have that cup of coffee.  I am at school more and more as the semester approaches.  How does next week look for you?  Are you going to the MSG show in Midland? 

At 4:03pm on January 12, 2011, Elizabeth k. Payne said…
Julie...LOVE your winning entry in Lark's Jewelry Design Challenge. Really ingenious use of materials. So lovely. :)
At 7:52pm on September 15, 2010, Glen Guarino said…
We are delighted you liked Sitting Pretty. We want to invite you to look at our current calls:

Earthly Pleasures http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/crafthausexhibition/forum/topics/open-call-earthly-pleasures

Me, Myself and I will be our 7th show http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/crafthausexhibition/forum/topics/open-callme-myself-and-i

Now that the past shows are under Exhibit, they are easier for guests coming to the site to find & as you know exhibits remain online permanently.

We try to make the process as painless as possible.

A show at Crafthaus has more of an audience then a gallery and offers a permanent stage. We do love gallery shows, but at Crafthaus submission is easy & doesn't cost anything for members.

Glen & Marie Guarino
At 12:07am on May 25, 2010, Colleen Corinne Terry said…
thank you so much :)
At 3:53pm on May 23, 2010, christine bossler said…
yeah!
At 2:03pm on May 23, 2010, Colleen Corinne Terry said…
Congrats on being featured!

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