>Learning to Pace Myself

>I’ve discovered a entire subculture of crafty blogs.
As a result, I have been to Hobby Lobby about 10 times in the past two weeks and my allotted spending money has only $8.00 left for the month. Oops.

Let this be a fair warning to you before you peek into this amazing subculture of our society. Once you step in, there is no getting out.

Young House Love: The story of two people falling in love with their first house
http://www.younghouselove.com/
This is the blog that got me started on this train. Their DIY obsession empowered me to take on multiple projects in my home. It’s almost like a story you step into that you can’t walk away from.

Create Studio: Tap into your creative side
http://createstudio.blogspot.com/
Lots of ideas. Lots of variety. All things that seem very doable. A good one to add to your google reader.

U create
http://kari-youcanmakeit.blogspot.com/
The name explains it well. They feature things that the average-non-crafty-goddess could do. I love that they have sewing stuff in addition to around the house projects.

Noodlehead
http://noodleheads.blogspot.com/
A fabulous sewing blog! So many cute ideas with great tutorials. This is one of my favorites right now.

Ever Crafty Endeavor
http://everycraftyendeavor.blogspot.com/
The name explains it well. Lots of variety. I actually just made a ruffled scarf from a tutorial off of this blog. It’s a fun read!

Drab to Fab
http://gorgfabgoodies.blogspot.com/
One of my newest addictions. I love their continuous treasure hunts at local thrift stores. They seriously can turn the most ugly possession into something that would sell for big bucks. I’m learning a lot from these ladies.

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