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August 14, 2013


Giveaway :: Craft-a-Doodle + Creative Lettering + Journal It! + My Favorite 5 Pens


In honor and in celebration of my last three books—Craft-a-Doodle, Creative Lettering, and Journal It!—I'm hosting a Giveaway! Yipee!

All three books have gotten me into such a creative frame of mind as I use the ideas presented by all of the contributors to doodle, letter, and journal every single day. It's a great thing.

Jenny DohTo enter the Giveaway, just leave a comment here (EDIT: about either what your favorite letter is and/or what your favorite thing to doodle/journal is) on this blog and you will be entered. I'll use an auto number generator to pick one winner next Wednesday. Entries must be received by August 21st at 5PM Pacific Standard Time. The winner will win a copy of all three books, all signed by yours truly. :)

plus ...

My five all-time favorite pens that I use to doodle, letter and journal, all bundled up nice and tidy.

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Thank you so much for all of your support and enthusiasm for these wonderful books. I'm very proud of them and grateful to be able to work with all of the talented contributors.

Check out all of my books here on Amazon ... and keep an eye open for many more coming your way.

To Art, Creativity, and Fun.

Jenny

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EDIT :: The winner of the drawing is #28: Bevlea Ross!
Congratulations, Bevlea. :)

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November 06, 2011


Legato :: Jennifer Mercede + Giveaway


 le•ga•to :: in a manner that is smooth and connected

JENNIFER MERCEDE
by Jenny Doh

She is inspired by children, by nature, and elements found in urban life. Her painting process involves the building up of layer upon layer ... a process that requires the ability to let go to a point where the pain of doing so opens up imagery that is only possible through a complete surrendering to the process. This is how Jennifer works, learns, grows, and evolves.

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JD :: I recently saw the installation art you created at The Anti Mall in Costa Mesa. Tell me about how that installation came about. And I'm also interested in what the process is like when you create such large works in public.
JM ::
I love that place! Its so colorful and original. My recent goals have been to introduce my art into new markets and what better place than Southern California! I made a connection with Melissa Northway, a collector of my art, author of the book I’m illustrating and now friend who lives down there. She investigated places for me to show and one happened to be the Artery at the Lab. They decided it was a great fit and also invited me to do this mural, I call it "the Stripe," as part of their Arbor Day celebration. It was so cool … they even made little seed packets with my art on it! 

Jennifer Mercede
As far as the mural goes, I typically have a general vision or rough theme of what I’m going to do. For this one, I was inspired by the colors of the LAB, a botanical theme for Arbor Day and I knew I wanted to use purple. The process is similar to that of individual paintings I create. I basically start scribbling with markers, pencils and paint all over the wall, making sure to cover all ground. Words emerge as bi-products of conversations with observers or song lyrics from a band playing around the corner. Floral drawings were inspired by the plants around the LAB. In this particular mural, I even collaborated with a handful of creative kids passing by. As time expires, I gradually become more deliberate and create a balance to the space I’ve now colored.

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JD :: When I was viewing that art, I was with three other artists. As we were admiring it, I explained that your work was distinctive because it has an element that I describe as "street" ... which I suppose means that it doesn't feel fully "studio." Does that make sense? How do you react to that?
JM :: This is a great question, thank you for asking. I love to hear my art categorized as part "street." I relate it to graffiti, Brooklyn, hip hop, the 80s, inner city living, etc. I think all these things are cool, yet don’t necessarily feel a part of this culture. I am certainly inspired by it, so I take it as a compliment. To describe street art, I’d say it’s raw, not totally refined. Bold. Colorful. Bright and neon colors to be specific. I also think text makes it more urban, perhaps because graffiti is words?

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JD :: So you were born in Long Beach and grew up in Connecticut. Tell me about how that came to be. And also, where do you live now? Do you wish you were living any place else?  
JM ::
My parents come from large families in Connecticut. My dad works for Nestle and got transferred to California, where I was born and then he was transferred back. I only lived there for a few months, but that is long enough for me to claim that I am in fact a Beach Boys California girl!  Ha! I currently live in Portland, Oregon. Portland has been AMAZING for the development of my art career. The community here is super supportive of art and artists. It has allowed me to thrive. I still like Portland, its pretty unique. Its easy to bike everywhere, I love the rain and the mild temperature. I do feel inspired to live on the water, probably a lake as I love to swim! I also want to be near my parents.  I’m not sure when or where that will happen, but I assume someday I will say hello to a new home, hopefully one with a waterfront!

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JD :: I notice also that you use neons in your work. Not too much but a little bit. Have you always used fluorescents? Are there rules you impose on yourself when it comes to these rather dramatic colors?
JM :: I have not always used neon colors. I think I started back in 2008, possibly from when I first started using Nova Color paints for murals, as they offer a fluorescent pink color. Like I mentioned in a previous question, the neon relates to this sort of street feel. I like the way its brightness stands out. I feel these colors keep me young. I also like the juxtaposition of bright colors next to more neutral ones.

While I’ve never felt quite compelled to make a completely neon painting, I do think I must limit my use of the fluorescents. I’m sure its related to sales; who really wants a neon painting in their home? Most people do not have neon décor! However, as I say that I am reminded that that is not why I make art. A fully neon piece could be fun! And quite street or pop culture … so watch out!

JD :: Do you teach? If so, where, and what has the teaching process been like for you? Do you enjoy it?
JM :: I have taught a little. I’ve done mostly private lessons for both adults and kids. While I love sharing what I do, and watching people open up and freely express themselves, I typically wait for teaching opportunities to come to me versus seeking it out. Which is what has happened with you! I look forward to traveling to California and having fun with your students, it will be my first official workshop! [Note: Jennifer Mercede will be debuting her very first 2-day painting workshop in Studio Crescendoh on March 3-4, 2012. Details will be posted soon.]
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JD :: I understand that your aim is to have your work uplift. So my question is about when you are feeling dejected. When you are feeling down, are you able to create? And if so, are you able to create uplifting art? Or do you find that different type of art comes out in those instances and if so, how do you feel about the works that come out that are not close to your aim?

JM :: This is also a great question. Yes, I love to paint when I’m feeling down. Its actually a great way for me to release frustration or sadness. I tend to get really physical with lots of rough scribbling and globs of paint flying all over the place; your typical artist. It baffles me because even the art I create during those periods tends to come out cheerful. There is only one series I can recall in which I chose blacks and red, colors I never use, and feel that my negative, menstrual cycle induced mood clearly transmitted.  I’ve provided an image.

Jennifer Mercede

JD :: What's the key to letting go?
JM ::
Ha ha ha!  You’re asking me?! As life would play the game, of course you ask me this question when it is just the thing I am currently faced with in my life. Powerful. I suppose an onlooker could watch my art process and say that I have mastered the art of letting go. Granted, in my art I paint layers. I build up a layer to a point that looks like it could be finished, and then BOOM, paint right over it with a large brush loaded with white. Or I’ll get to a point where I’m scratching my head and ask, how can I move this forward? BOOM take that same large brush and wash over it with a yellow orange. 

Yes, it’s a letting go. Especially when I first started to do that, I would think, really? I’m really going to paint over everything I just labored over for the last three hours? Really? And I do. And sometimes I cringe.  I’ve even cried. I jump on the roller coaster. Sometimes it takes me down, to a place where I hate the painting. Its often a stage in the process where I feel connected to the truth, where I am most open to life. It’s a point where I choose to surrender to the painting itself.

So you ask what the key to letting go is. Your question has me pondering deep, is washing over a layer really a letting go? Or an escape? Translating it to life, if I were to operate the same way, when a situation gets tough and I choose to "paint over it," wouldn’t that be running away versus letting go? 

Surrendering to the process and trusting is essential. Its something I’d like to employ more in my everyday life. When I choose to let go in my art, I am confident that the painting will turn out great.  Like I mentioned, it may go downhill, but as long as I keep working on it, it will always come back up. Nine times out of ten the painting has transition to a place far more exciting then where it was.

KEYS:
     *Trust that everything will turn out great, or even better than they are
     *Surrender to the process, of art or of life
     *Be brave and take risks
     *Stay committed to your goal

Thanks for helping me figure that out!

JD :: You have a Gerry the Giraffe book that is coming up in December. Tell me about the book. Where can people buy it?
JM :: Thanks!  Yes, I am illustrating Gerry the Giraffe, a children’s book written by Melissa Northway.  It’s a sweet tale of a young giraffe who wants to be better at volleyball (as all giraffes play volleyball).  He works hard, gets strong and grows into a great player. It will be available as a storybook app on itunes and as an ebook for the Sony Read, Kindle or Nook.  Eventually it will also be available in print form through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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The illustrating process has been quite challenging for me. When I typically hit a canvas, I am free and spontaneous.  I have had to coax that side of me out while working on this book. I’ve asked Melissa for motivation kicks in the pants several times and I’ve even rented a separate studio just to have space to focus on this project. Posted on its walls are notes to myself: "Make art how you want to make art!" and "Yes!!!  I can do this!" as well as, "Relax…" Even though it's hard, I fully want to do this project. It’s a challenge and an awesome experience, as someday I would like to write and illustrate my own stories. I like illustrating and want to develop my unique style, so its important I stay true to my voice as an artist and not fall into what I think a storybook should look like.

Please stay tuned for an official release date which will most likely be early next year. In the meantime, you can check out Animals Wild, a book my friend Jason Holmberg and I put together a couple years ago.

JD :: The song that will usually get you up and dancing is ...
JM ::
Ooh!  Something by Michael Jackson, like Bad or Beat It. Ow!

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JD :: Nature and animals. They seem to be highly important to your work. What is it about animals and nature that inspire you?
JM :: My favorite type of art to create is abstract, completely wild and free. However, at one point I grabbed an animal book from the library and began sketching some. Just for fun. A friend saw a sketch of a giraffe and asked if I’d paint him a large one. Sure thing! I answered, and got right on it.  As I was painting that one, another friend saw it in my studio and commissioned a giraffe for her boyfriend. Before I gave it to her, I hung it in a show with a note that said not for sale, but will take commissions. I received three.

After striking that show, I was carrying the art and made a pit stop at a store I where I sold. The owner saw the giraffes and insisted I do a giraffe show. And so it serendipitously began.  I started making giraffes like crazy. They flew off the shelves (who knew?)! Eventually I began to make other animals as well.

Animals and flowers provide something people can relate to in my art. I love to combine my natural abstract tendencies with funky, whimsical animals. Even when I draw the animals, or anything representational for that matter, my goal is to maintain my doodling, like I’m doing abstract work.  Often times I do not look at my paper, just the image from which I’m drawing. I am inspired by the colors and soft shapes of plants and prefer to draw them from life.

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JD :: Tell us something that very few people know about you.
JM :: I like math. In fact, I think creating a successful piece of art is equivalent to solving a math problem.

JD :: I imagine your studio to be large ... with paint on concrete flooring. Do I have it right? Describe it for me.
JM :: Oh geez ... you are right. It's in the basement of the house I live in. Honestly, it's not that exciting and I definitely have studio envy of other artists (eh hem ... Flora Bowley), as well as dreams of what older established artists have, out in the country somewhere, in a finished barn, with skylights and woodfloors. Sigh …

Mine is in the basement. In the winter, it becomes an island due to flooding. I’ve enjoyed painting in the basement because I feel like there I can be messy. Plus, its away from my bedroom, and other people. It can be my own creative zone. And honestly, I think I like the lighting (I think). I moved into this basement about a year ago and I’ve never quite set it up. It’d like to invite Kelly Rae Roberts over to help me, as she is amazing at making any space look like love. But I haven’t. I just keep operating in its chaos, its messiness and its plain basementness.

JD :: When it's blazing hot, what is your beverage of choice?
JM :: Water with lemon.  Sometimes with ice, sometimes without. Strangely, more often without these days.

JD :: When it's freezing cold, what is your beverage of choice?
JM :: Tea. Usually herbal, but my favorite is The Republic of Tea’s Mango Ceylon, a fruity black tea.

JD :: Think fast and tell me a word or two that comes to mind when I say ...

  • Portland :: here 
  • little girl :: fun 
  • jump rope :: heartbeat 
  • pink :: hot 
  • butterfly :: circles 
  • rules :: break
  • action :: work
  • inaction :: annoying
  • audience :: laughter
  • giraffe :: ha ha ha, of course
  • stripes :: fun to draw
  • heritage :: Italian
  • little boy :: cute
  • school :: homework
  • solo :: quiet
  • group :: silly
  • family :: warm

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JD :: What have you/do you learn from kids?
JM :: Oh Geez! Kids are the master artists. Think about how when young kids are writing a word and they come to the edge of the paper.

With no space left, they simply finish the word below. Or sometimes above. Their letters can be backwards, or upside down or even missing a letter. Maybe they will go back and add the letter in, or scribble out a backwards letter and write it correctly above the old one. There is such a freedom in that.

As I witness kids create so freely, I am inspired to be in that zone myself. Perhaps it is a detachment from the outcome. Perhaps it’s a degree of carelessness or lack of attention span. Either way, its honesty allows the creation to be organic, raw and in the moment, which is what I strive for. I strive to create beauty out of the imperfection and mistakes that is life, wabi sabi style.

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All images provided courtesy of Jennifer Mercede. To learn more about her art, visit www.jennifermercede.com and her etsy shop here.

GIVEAWAY :: In art, how do you define "street"?

Through the process of ths interview, the concept of how one defines "street" in art became a point of great interest, both to the interviewer and interviewee. To explore the concept further, we would like to hear from you ... in art, how do you define the concept of "street"? Please leave your answer by commenting on this post (by Friday, November 11th, 5PM, PST). We will select one random commenter who will be able to select one of the three originals shown here, from Jennifer's frog series. Each is an original 6" x 6" paint and pencil work on canvas.

Jennifer Mercede

EDIT :: Congratulations to Jani Howe, winner of our giveaway!

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August 25, 2011


Giveaway #22: Create Health + Ruffle Apron


For the last several weeks, I've had the pleasure of working with Dr. Shamanie Haneca to help prepare the content that she has developed for her new online class, Create Health. It has been so inspiring for me personally, because the content is top-notch, high-quality, and packed with information. It has renewed my commitment to health and fitness. One of the guests in this online workshop series is the talented Jeanne Oliver:

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Jeanne is not only a fabulous artist, designer, and photographer, she is also a patient of Dr. Haneca. In a special segment within the Create Health workshop, Jeanne shares her powerful story of  how her life transformed for the better by making simple changes in her diet.

Throughout the course, Shamanie and her husband Nick bring us into their kitchen to demonstrate how to prepare and cook nutritious and delicious meals.

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The class begins September 5th and runs for 4 weeks. It is through The Creative Lab where you will be able to interact with all the participants as well as the instructor. The content will remain up for several months so even if you can't join in on September 5th, you can jump in whenever you are ready and catch up. In honor of this exciting class, I am happy to announce a very special giveaway. Please leave a comment on this post about your health and fitness goals no later than this Sunday, August 28th, 5:00 PM (PST). One lucky winner will be selected to win a spot in the Create Health online course, along with one of the famous Jeanne Oliver Ruffle Aprons (as worn by Dr. Haneca above) and shown below.

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I hope you'll join me for this exciting online class. You can enroll here.

See you in the Lab. :)

EDIT: The winner of the giveaway is Joy, with comment #13:

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June 27, 2011


Elmer's Craft & Tell Party Update + Giveaway #21


Recently, the good people at Elmer's invited me to host a Craft and Tell party. Like most of you, I've grown up with Elmer's products ever since I was a little girl, and know them to be a company with tried and true products. So I said yes.

Elmer's
So before the party, I received a whole bunch of wonderful Elmer's products that I got ready to share with all of my guests.

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They came not only with their own crafting stash of favorte papers and embellishments, but they also brought yummy food to share.

IMG_8451After we loaded up on all the snacks, we got to the business of crafting.  elmers We cut ...
elmers We glued ...

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We experimented ...

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... and most of all, we laughed so much and so hard, as we shared stories and created some very cool projects as follows:

L to R
TOP :: An altered book by Cheryl Waters; Cards by Melody Nunez; Altered book by Cynthia Shaffer
MIDDLE :: An altered book by Lorrie Spotts; Collage by Priscilla Cerda, cards by Sarah Meehan
BOTTOM :: Cards by Jana Holstein, Collage by Melody Nunez; Handmade book by Yours Truly

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And the most memorable project of the night: embellished shoes by Tracy Schultz.
Tracy Shultz
What an amazing night we had. We all enjoyed using the quality products made available to us by Elmer's.

Today, I'm happy to offer a Giveaway to one lucky winner who will receive what all of my guests received: a cutting mat, scissors, x-acto knife, adhesives, foam board, pens, and a few other goodies, courtesy of Elmer's. Simply leave a comment here and I'll pick one winner by 5:00 PM PST on Saturday, July 2nd.

The winner will be announced on this post on Saturday night, by way of an EDIT. Please check back to this post to see if you have won this giveaway. If you are the winner, please send an email to mailbox@crescendoh.com with your mailing address. Thank you, and Good Luck!

DISCLOSURE: Elmer's sent me products as described above, to equip me and 10 of my friends with Elmer's products to use and keep. In exchange for the products, I agreed to provide a blog post, with an update on the experience.


EDIT: The winner is Jingle, commenter #7. Congratulations!

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June 14, 2011


Elsie Flannigan's Signature Style


What an exciting and busy week this has been! I wanted to let you know that there's a great giveaway taking place at Elsie Flannigan's A Beautiful Mess. If you haven't discovered her blog yet, boy oh boy, are you in for a treat. It's a regular stop for me where I get lost in all the creativity and inspiration and signature style that she puts together for her readers every single day.

Elsie Flannigan
I had the great pleasure and honor of working with her on Signature Styles in which she shares her inspiring story and very cool wearable project. Here's your chance at winning a copy. Just stop by her blog here and leave a comment about what inspires your personal style.

Thank you, sweet Elsie. ;)

May 17, 2011


Giveaway #20 :: Twelve by Twelve


For the past four weeks, we have had a wonderful time presenting our very first Special Features series, spotlighting the artists and co-authors of a wonderful new book about art quilting titled Twelve by Twelve. You can read my reveiw of the book here, and you can see the archived special feature here.

Jenny Doh In celebration of this beautiful book, it's time for a giveaway! But rather than picking one winner, we will be selecting ... you guessed it ... 12 winners, each whom will be given a brand new copy of Twelve by Twelve.

Twelve by Twelve
Please leave a comment here to enter this giveaway no later than this Saturday, May 21st, by 5PM (PST). We will select 12 winners and announce them by way of an EDIT to this blog post. If you see your name on this post after May 21st, please send an email to mailbox@crescendoh.com with your mailing address and a copy of the book will be sent to you.

NOTE: In order to win, your address needs to be one within the United States or Canada.

Good luck! And happy art quilting. :)

PS: Many thanks to Deborah Boschert for working with me to coordinate this Special Features segment.

EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT • EDIT

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And the winners are:

  • 64: Marybeth Richardson
  • 8: suesue
  • 18: Sandy Whitson
  • 25: Judy Sawin-Stahnke
  • 10: Barb Bryson
  • 36: h.
  • 17: WhiteStone
  • 49: Bev Longford
  • 32: Sharon in Chicago
  • 24: Maggi
  • 68: Susan
  • 39: Marsha

If you are one of the lucky winnders, please send us your mailing address to mailbox@crescendoh.com so that we can forward that information to the Lark Books team to get your copy of Twelve by Twelve sent out. Congratulations!

April 26, 2011


Giveaway #19 :: Focus: Letters • Found Faces • Love • Passages


This week, I review two exciting new books titled Focus: Letters and Focus: Found Faces. They are part of the Focus: series that actually includes two additional titles:

Focus Letters

Focus: Love ... which contains beautiful photographs of found hearts ...

Focus Love

Focus Love

And Focus: Passages, a book filled with breathtaking photos of doorways, windows, tunnels and other portals.

Focus Passages

For this Giveaway, the lucky winner will receive one copy of all four books. Please leave evidence that you were here no later than Saturday, April 30th by 5:00 PM PST.

The winner will be announced by way of an EDIT on this post so please check back to see if you have won. Good luck!

EDIT: And the winner of this giveaway is:

#20: Katie Holmes

Random Katie: Please email us your mailing address to mailbox@crescendoh.com and we'll get the books out to you. Congratulations!

April 20, 2011


Blog Tour & Giveaway #18 :: Sewn by Hand


Check out this adorable baby's bib. It's one of the two dozen gorgeous projects featured in a brand new book titled Sewn by Hand, by Susan Wasinger.

Sewn by Hand
The common denominator for all the featured projects is that they are all created by hand. For me, there is something beautiful about handwork ... not only the finished objects but also the serene process as we slow down and make do with what we have and who we are.

Sewn by Hand In honor of this beautiful new book, I am so happy to be part of this blog tour and giveaway. Here is the official list of bloggers on this tour. I hope you'll drop by each of these sites to check them out:

4/4 Blog tour kickoff at LarkCrafts.com
4/6 Sew Daily blog
4/8 Click here for a free travel thread caddy project from the book!
4/11 Pink of Perfection
4/13 Artsy-Crafty Babe
4/15 MayaMade
4/19 WhipUp
4/20 CRESCENDOh (You are here!)
4/22 MummySam
4/25 Feeling Stitchy
4/27 Zakka Life
4/29 BurdaStyle blog

IMG_7234OK. So for the giveaway, please leave evidence that you were here from now until Sunday, April 24th, at 5:00 PM PST. One lucky winner will be selected to win:

  • 1 brand new copy of Sewn by Hand, and ...
  • an oh-so-cool sewing kit developed by Susan Wasinger and the good people at Lark ... complete with vintage goodies to get you equipped for all the sewn-by-hand projects that you'll want to get started on. How cool is that?

Sewn by Hand

The winner will be announced on this blog post by way of an edit after April 24th.

Good luck!

EDIT: The winner of this Giveway is #40: Carrie Miyoko. Congratulations! Carrie: Please send your mailing address to mailbox@crescendoh.com so that your prizes will bemailed to you. Thanks!

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March 08, 2011


Giveaway #17 :: Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless Sewing


The thing that blows me away about Kathy Cano-Murillo, AKA The Crafty Chica, is that not only is she a fabulous artist and crafter, she is a novelist. Novelist! Writer of words. Developer of characters. Teller of stories. And I'm so thrilled to tell you about not her first, but her second novel titled Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless Sewing, which you can read about here. Her first novel is titled Waking Up in the Land of Glitter, which you can read about here.

Kathy Cano Murillo A lot of people ask Kathy, "How do you do it all?" Well, I can tell you. She works. She works hard. I learned this a few months ago as she and I were working together on a project and I ended up writing her an email at around 1:00 AM ... thinking that maybe in the the next day or two, she'd be replying to the email. But lo and behold ... right at around 1:03 AM, she replied with a cheerful reply, on deadline, with everything in good order. It was so inspiring to be part of her "after midnight hours" ... getting a glimpse into her relentless productivity and creativity.

And that, my friends, is how Kathy continues her inspiring work as a spokesperson, crafter, author of craft books, and author of novels. Relentless, fearless, and inspired work.

In honor of Miss Scarlet's Patternless Sewing, I'm honored to host Giveaway #17. One lucky recipient will be selected to win a nice bundle of prizes as follows:

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  • One copy of Miss Scarlet's School of Patternless Sewing
  • One copy of Waking Up in the Land of Glitter
  • One Apron of My Eye kit by CRESCENDOh
  • One tin containing 10 colors of beautiful German glass glitter

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NOTES:

  • Please leave your comments no later than Saturday, March 12, 2011, 5:00 PM (PST)
  • Please check back on this blog to see if you are the winner and if you are, please email your mailing address where we can ship your prizes to mailbox@crescendoh.com.
  • You are invited to see the rest of the blogs on this book blog tour here.
  • Kathy is also one of the fabulous contributors of the upcoming book, Signature Styles, which you can learn more about here.

Many thanks to Brianne Beers and the entire Grand Central Publishing team for their generous support with this book blog tour.

EDIT :: The Winner of this giveway is #9: Jerene. Congratulations, Jerene. Please send an email to mailbox@crescendoh.com with your mailing address. Thank you!

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March 05, 2011


Giveaway #16 :: Winner Announced


And the winner of Giveaway #16 is ...

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#199: Stacy of www.icanonlyimagine.typepad.com. Congratulations Stacy! We'll be looking for your email at mailbox@crescendoh.com with your mailing address where we can send you your book and goodies. Yay!

Many thanks to everyone who left a comment to make this such a successful giveaway. Many thanks to Pam Carriker and Interweave.

Have a great rest of the weekend. :)

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