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Monday, February 05, 2007

I am in an E-zine (Magazine)

There is a E-zine (electronic magazine) that just came out called "Small Town Living". Yes, I live in a small town. Anyway, I got a write up in this magazine on pages 20 - 23. This is the first magazine I've had a feature in. I wish Tina and her husband lots of success with their baby mag; it is on its third edition. Please feel free to follow the links and read this magazine and their other two editions; they are at this link, too.

16 comments:

  1. Great article Sunshine. I really enjoyed reading about your journey into the world of needlearts.

    Brenda

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  2. Wow Sunshine, that is a great article. That is fantastic, you are such
    a talented lady. I enjoyed reading it very much. Thanks for sharing.
    Thelma

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  3. wow Sunshine! Congratulations! I told you that you were multi-talented! Nice
    article! Bonda in Oregon

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  4. Sunshine,

    What an awesome article and life! I grew up in a small town going to a K-8 as well. My mom was who I learned all my crafty things from. I loved art class but wasn't allowed to take it in High School because my math skills were too high and I was told it was a waste (morons). Guess who majored in fashion merchandising in college because I was sick of forced math and they did let me take Home Ec? I just wished I had taken more art classes then which is probably why I'm a class junkie now.

    Anyway, I'm going to bookmark the magazine although I don't miss the small town life. I'm more of a city girl. The things I miss the most are being able to see all the stars on a clear summer night and the fresh clean scent of the air on an early summer morning.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Donna L.

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  5. Congratulations!!! I just got to read your article...very nice! I knew you
    were a woman of many talents, but I had no idea of HOW MANY ;-) I also like
    to learn any new technique I can get my hands on. At times I'm ashamed of
    my stash of various supplies, other times I'm proud of them. I've only
    begun to packrat though, so I'd better get used to being proud soon, and
    let go of the guilt...

    Wonderful job Sunshine...I always love looking at the different things
    you're up to...
    -Cara

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  6. Congrats!!!! That is so very cool. It's a great tutorial, too. Gerry

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  7. That is a great write up Sunshine. Great magazine too. Congratulations.

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  8. Sunshine,

    What an awesome article and life! I grew up in a small town going to a K-8 as well. My mom was who I learned all my crafty things from. I loved art class but wasn't allowed to take it in High School because my math skills were too high and I was told it was a waste (morons). Guess who majored in fashion merchandising in college because I was sick of forced math and they did let me take Home Ec? I just wished I had taken more art classes then which is probably why I'm a class junkie now.

    Anyway, I'm going to bookmark the magazine although I don't miss the small town life. I'm more of a city girl. The things I miss the most are being able to see all the stars on a clear summer night and the fresh clean scent of the air on an early summer morning.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Donna L.

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  9. Congratulations!!! I just got to read your article...very nice! I knew you
    were a woman of many talents, but I had no idea of HOW MANY ;-) I also like
    to learn any new technique I can get my hands on. At times I'm ashamed of
    my stash of various supplies, other times I'm proud of them. I've only
    begun to packrat though, so I'd better get used to being proud soon, and
    let go of the guilt...

    Wonderful job Sunshine...I always love looking at the different things
    you're up to...
    -Cara

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  10. Congrats!!!! That is so very cool. It's a great tutorial, too. Gerry

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  11. That is a great write up Sunshine. Great magazine too. Congratulations.

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  12. I ENJOYED READING THIS MAGAZINE.
    I LIVE IN A SMALL TOWN TOO, IN SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY
    GOOD LUCK TO YOU

    DONNA

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  13. Hi,Sunshine, Wow! Your work is amazing! Not only the
    beautiful article in the E-zine but also the Silk
    ribbon flowers and Cupid. Is that punch needle?
    Gorgeous work!
    Hugs,
    Catherine

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  14. Yes that is punch needle but I like to term it Russian needle punch as
    that is where it is derived from and that is the name I learned when I
    was a kid for it. I have lots of photos of things I have made on
    flickr if you want to see other things I have done.

    http://flickr.com/photos/38116636@N00/

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  15. What a great article!!! I have enjoyed watching your projects and absolutly love your rug. Keep up the wonderful work.

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