New Year, New Projects: Commit to Creating This Year!
Happy New Year! Thanks to incredible members like you, Craftsy hit two million makers (and counting) in 2013! We can’t wait to continue to grow and create with you this year.
Join us in making a crafty New Year’s resolution!
Take the pledge! How? It’s simple:
1. Tell us your resolution in our comments section below.
2. Place the pledge badge on your blog.
Grab your badge here, by copying this code:
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3. Upload your resolution project to show it off once it’s done!
At Craftsy, we’re looking forward to even tastier cakes, new knitting techniques, show-stopping quilts and oh-so much more!
Check out some of our resolutions below… then let’s get started!
This year I want to spend more time honing my culinary skills, cooking memorable meals, and being with my friends and family!
–Nick Linkow, Jr. Copywriter
Since I failed miserably with my 2013 resolutions to partake in glitter-oriented crafting or contribute to city beautification by yarn-bombing something in Denver, I’ll instead resolve to facilitate others who are more adept at these skills. In 2014, I resolve to find and volunteer with a local organization that supports the arts and crafts!
–Michael Lengel, Sr. Marketing Manager
My resolution is to actually make a three-layer cake covered in fondant. (I’ve think I’ve watched enough Craftsy classes to know how it’s done!) Maybe I’ll even upload my finished cake to the Craftsy project gallery….if it turns out well.
–Laura Mier, Jr. Marketing Associate
I’d love to crochet a lacy shawl, especially since I see beautiful yarn every day! And I’ll definitely give Giuliano’s pasta class a try now that I have a pasta roller.
–Amelia Aaron, Jr. Copywriter
My resolutions are…to read more, rely on my iPhone less, learn how to crochet adorable amigurumi animals for my niece and attempt all five of the mother sauces.
–Karen Kelty, Online Editor