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Wow! Love all the happy colors and faces in your post. This is so inspiring and looks like a complete blast! What a wonderful way to bring random crafters together. Kudos to you!


This looks AMAZING! Your home is beautiful, and it looks like you put together such a wonderful weekend for these ladies.


This looks amazing!!! In love with this whole cultivate concept!

Vicki V

This looks like such a blast! I can't sew a stitch so am not sure I could make anything, but I could cook for y'all! :) Love the bright, happy colors and ruffles galore.

Heidi Jo the Artist

Wow, what a blast! That food and the olive garden post are making me hungry…resist, resist, resist, it is getting late! I can't wait to see the details of the projects you guys did. Oh, and I can't wait to dig and browse through that junk/antique shop when we drive through Kansas again someday. Have only been through Kansas once, and I think that is before your blog existed or at least before I knew of it back in 2007. I love the idea of hanging the rainbow xylophones up! I love musical instruments so we have a few too because my little tribe likes to pretend we are in bands. ;) Also really love the block letter family names. Now I’m off to dream about rainbows and crafting!

Martha Fielder

I noticed in both week-in's ruffled aprons were made, cute as they are, is this the only craft to be made? Martha

Iris @ Treasuring the Journey

I want to start my own Craft Weekend or Craft Night or something along the same lines of your model! I am in Alabama and I have been thinking about how I can make this happen for months based on your inspiring story....Please share how this AWESOME idea all came to fruition. Thanks!

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