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New Blog & Publication Call

My friend, Theresa Calderin is putting together an “Interactive, Christian Crafters” book which will be like no other book you have experienced!! This is a “One of a Kind” Inspiration book for crafters and we want you to be a part of it!

God has placed in us each different talent and abilities that he desires us to put to good use. We aren’t to hide these talents and bury them in the sand as the third servant did but instead we should desire to use our talents and abilities in glorifying God.
So here’s your chance to use your talents! “Parables of a Crafter “will be putting up inspirational photo’s each week and we want to see your creations that come from them!

Check out Parables of a Crafter for all the details.

Any participation gets you entries to win a Cricut Expressions!!!!


This is a prize package valued at $300.00 (cost of shipping included).


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