Inspired at Home Radio – Great show tonight!
GRASONVILLE, MD – Sunday night – We had a great chat with our radio guests tonight – Lisa Sanford and Lea Cioci. Lisa talked about her new book – Ethnic Scrapbooking. What a delight it was to talk with Lisa. She inspired us with her ideas for looking at the different cultures and ethnicity that we share every day. Her book is filled with full-color images and ideas for scrapbooking from over 40 countries and cultures but her work reaches well beyond the scrapbooking world. You can find Lisa’s book through the link above or check out her website at ethnicscrapbooking.com.
Lea Cioci is the author of Creative Art Concepts for Papercrafts, a book filled with techniques geared towards self-exploration with many fine art materials and paper arts media. Lea talked about “what is an artist?” and why is it that so many of us don’t think we’re artistic. We also talked about how she has integrated techniques for scrapbooking, collage and altered-art together in one book. One of our lucky radio listeners (Vivian from Bellwood, IL) won a free copy of Lea’s book!
We also talked about the350project.net, the brainchild of Cinda Baxter who came up with this project to help you understand how to save your local economy three stores at a time.
We spoke with Aleene briefly about our desire to revive the “slow crafting movement” – a topic that you are going to hear us talk about a lot in the weeks ahead. Candace gave a great report on how to use pineapple for home remedies (look out pina coladas – you have competion!) and Heidi talked about the history of lacquer work. Did you know that in Japan an “Imperial Lacquer department” was established in the 4th century BC? And the Creativity Sisters talked about their picks for craft lacquers.Green Doreen reported on how to save energy = saving money around the house.
We also talked about a lot more — so we have an idea! How about you listen to the show? You can go on-line and listen at your leisure!
Have a fabulous and inspired week and we hope you can tune-in to our LIVE shows on Sunday nights at 7 pm Eastern (6 pm Central, 5 pm Mountain, 4 pm Pacific). >>Tiff