Sunday, March 6, 2016

March's first Joy of Crafting Show!

There's so much to celebrate in March! First of all, it's National Craft Month! And we have a lot of things going on for that! But, it's also the Joy of Crafting's 299th and 300th shows this month!
So, we have a bunch of Mahalo Gifts to win as a Thank You for supporting the show and HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts all these years!
 But first, on with the show! Our first guest, Erika from Pearl City BFC shares with us the crafty fun projects for this year's Spring Break Keiki Craft Program!

Erika even shows us how to make one of the projects! The Kaleidoscope Square is just one of ten projects Keiki can make when they sign up for the program running Mon., March 21 through Fri., March 25. You also have the option to just sign up for individual days; there's two projects per day. See the sample display at the stores!

Our next guest,  Fernando Pacheco of OC16's Almost Local TV show,  had me on his show a couple of months ago and now he returns the favor and comes to craft with us! He shares his tips and techniques for making artistic collages!

Our last guest is so crazy talented! Lianne Hirano aka dacraftylilninja makes such intricate clay pieces, it's mind blowing!

She'll show us how she uses Scupley Souffle clay to make a Tako holding a takoyaki. Yes, she is very witty, too!

But, I've saved the  best part for last, details on the Mahalo Gifts! You have multiple ways to enter to win a bunch of prizes like a $20 credit to send your keiki to our Spring Break program, a $20 gift card to get supplies to make your own collage or an awesome piece of clay jewelry handcrafted by Lianne! Beginning Monday, March 7, check the store for entry blanks or enter online at And watch the show and learn of one other way to enter!

Thanks again for supporting us all these years and hope you have an awesome week! Happy Crafting!

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