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Seattle’s Pike Place Market by Sia Huff

Pike Place Market jump starts your senses. The sight of hundreds of vendor’s lining the rows. The sounds of fish mongers hawking this mornings catch. If you’re lucky you can watch as they entertain patrons with a tossing show. The scent of freshly baked breads and fresh brewed coffee delight people. Started in 1907, Pike Place […]

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Does creativity spark more creativity?

by Carol Burnside (aka Annie Rayburn) I’m sure you’ve all heard the saying, “Out with the old. In with the new.” For a lot of people, a new year means change, resolutions, a clean slate in which to begin anew. But the truth of the matter is, that’s all a matter of attitude, a frame […]

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Nashville…Indiana? by Morgan Wyatt

By: Morgan Wyatt Most people think of country music when they hear the word Nashville. Here in Indiana, Nashville represents scenic panoramas, artisan crafts, and romantic getaways. Nashville was originally founded as an artist colony in hazy blue hills of Southern Indiana. The artistic spirit lives on in the unique shops showcasing everything from furniture […]

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Chilly Air and the Yearning to Make

by Lindy Chaffin Start For me the longing to create comes with the Fall. Her early chill was in the air this week in Atlanta. A cool breeze whispered away the misty air of dawn each day to reveal crisp blue skies. Every year at about this same time I get drawn back to when […]

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Collections, Hobbies and Clutter. Oh CRAP!

  Looking for the PF&HT Recipe for Success Write-Off contest winner?  Stop by tomorrow when we officially announce the winner of the Chelsea Gilmore critique.     Collections, Hobbies and Clutter.  Oh CRAP!   By Tami Brothers   My son has always called my craft room, the crap room.  Maybe it’s because that’s the term […]

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