Carrie Sommer from Rancho Palos Verdes, California creates a Valmonte diaper bag and a baby's burping cloth. Then, Deborah Mosch makes a collage triptych necklace in Savannah, Georgia, and Mike Quinn of Friendswood, Texas creates a raku flying rhino.
Gerald Tobola from Houston, Texas creates a copper repousse and chasing lampshade, while Jessica Puckett makes a plush alpaca and a needle felted canvas tote in Minneapolis. And, Laura W. Adams of Savannah, Georgia creates a paper collage faux painting.
Bryn McCubbins from Sparks, Nevada uses fused glass to create a spoon rest and a bottle opener. Then, Sharon J. Montgomery makes a checkerboard man sculpture in Oklahoma City, and Elizabeth Mesh creates 3D egg art in Santa Fe.
Jenny Gehlhar creates an owl ottoman with a storage pocket in Minneapolis, while Dawn Morishige etches film on metal in Long Beach, California. Then, Vanessa Lynn Parker of Houston, Texas uses a mix of media to make a dragonfly pendant and a bookmark.
Drew Cook from Norman, Oklahoma creates a 3D pineapple, while Kristin Lora makes a sterling silver bracelet and a felt grid pin in Santa Fe. And, Jeri Gale of Midway, Georgia creates a paper mache pug dog.
Marianne Rosenfeld from South Lake Tahoe, California creates a faux birch bark purse, while Jacqueline Cornette makes an encaustic still life and a wax and collage panel in Avondale, Pennsylvania. And, Collin Rosebrook creates a scissor tail wall sculpture in Oklahoma City.
Danny Lozano from Bluffton, South Carolina creates a lampwork glass pen, while Michelle Brusegaard makes a silk batik scarf and screen printed napkins in Minneapolis. And, Dale Pappas of Reno, Nevada creates a clay and woodturned jar.
Jay Pezzelle from Long Beach, California creates a printed reversible tote bag. Then, Jacqueline Covington makes a treasure box in Cypress, Texas, and Jessica Pope of Savannah, Georgia creates a quilted notepad and bookmark and a marbled scarf.
Liz Maute from Norman, Oklahoma creates a paisley collage, while Julianne Wilson makes a bear face candle holder and a wooden wolf magnet in South Lake Tahoe, California. And, Rock Richardson creates a pewter drip vase in Santa Fe.
Kristie Duncan from Savannah, Georgia creates a ceramic balloon vase and a creature sachet, while Donald Tucker builds a faux bois table in Tomball, Texas. And, Angie Hall Sandifer makes a two-toned straw hat in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ernie Peterson creates a garden shed birdhouse in Santa Fe, while Ginger Welch makes a needle felted soft doll and a felted bead bracelet in Norman, Oklahoma. And, Peter Cunicelli of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania creates a delicate porcelain pillow vase.
Kristen Himsl Hunter creates a fabric paper doll and an embroidered kitty ornament in Minneapolis. Then, Cynthia Schiff in Northridge, California makes a fused glass tree, and Tracey Adams mixes up a vegetable dyed gardener's soap in Tybee Island, Georgia.
Charles Veilleux III creates a sculptural painting in Santa Fe, while Tom Shearer makes a flame-colored metal sculpture and a kinetic wheel flower in Reno, Nevada. And, Nancy Salamon of West Chester, Pennsylvania creates a ceramic oil dispenser.
Tracy Clark creates a needle felted purse in Savannah, Georgia, then David Menges in Golden Valley, Minnesota makes a curved clock. Finally, Marlene Slobin creates a photo journal doll and a gilded frame in Houston.
Lester Jones creates a raku bust sculpture in Memphis, while Janet Crosby makes a dog collar bead and a pair of egg earrings in Spokane Valley, Washington. And, Claudia Knous of Carson City, Nevada creates a whimsical hand felted wooden clock.
Maria Ricke creates a 3D mosaic caterpillar in St. Paul, Minnesota, while Rubi McGory in Savannah, Georgia makes a woven basket and a ''dingbats'' apron. And, Joanne Carpenter of creates a pink poodle footstool in Houston.
Mary Burrows from Reno, Nevada creates a ceramic rocket clock, while Vicki Olson makes a superstar fused glass picture frame in Minneapolis. And, Angela Mabray of Yukon, Oklahoma creates a mailbox desk set and poker chip coasters.
Christine Burton from Los Angeles, California creates a hand-stamped patch pillow and teacup wall jewelry, while Susanne York makes a photo doghouse in Houston, Texas, and Timothy Haugen of Minneapolis, Minnesota creates a giraffe doll.
Nathan Lee from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates an African inspired vase. Then, Tia Flores makes a gourd owl necklace and a gourd friends pin in Reno, Nevada, while Wendy Bishop Radulski of Newark, Delaware creates a mixed media fish sun catcher.
Yolanda Gonzalez from Alhambra, California creates a ceramic bust. Then, Andre Gandin makes a giant whimsical metal flower and a recycled mini flower in Spring, Texas, and Amy Jo Lietzau of Golden Valley, Minnesota creates an impish fairy doll.
Margaret Johnson from Dover, Delaware creates a handmade paper bowl. Then, Diane Dean in Bluffton, South Carolina makes a hand cut original art tile and an inset tile sculpture in Bluffton, South Carolina, and Cecilia Younger of Altadena, California creates a metal candle screen.
Melanie Spillman from Memphis, Tennessee creates a Mississippi mud painting. Then, Caroline Jenney makes a gelatin monotype greeting card and a reverse painted glass with photos in Santa Fe, New Mexico, while Stephan Robberts of St. Paul, Minnesota creates a leather chair seat.
Amos Hummell from Bluffton, South Carolina creates a wooden gator xylophone, and Steven Addi makes a steel and fused glass light box in Reno, Nevada. Then, Carter Sampson of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates a block print birthday album and a bubble frame.
Laura Silverman from Tarzana, California creates a woven mini-pouch. Then, Cathy West Olivetti makes a wooden perpetual calendar and a beaded, wooden lamp finial in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, while Aron Levandowski of Dassel, Minnesota creates a clay canister with a leaf impression.
Clarissa Sharp from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates a candle box. Then, Greg Adams makes a painted steel coral reef and an engraved metal napkin holder in Reno Nevada, while Meg Fillmore of Laurel, Delaware creates quilted and beaded wall art.
Scott Stanton from Thunderbolt, Georgia creates a 3D wooden folk art plaque. Then, Barbara Smith makes a cigar tin brag book in Los Angeles, California, while Karen Allen of The Woodlands, Texas creates a glass vessel pendant and a rose bottle stopper.
Stuart Breidenstein from Newport Beach, California creates a copper and resin cuff. Then, Carol Strand-Siebers makes an image transfer fabric postcard and a fresh herb kitchen doll in Hopkins, Minnesota, while Pam Martin of Midway, Georgia creates a mosaic table.
Andy Boatman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates a footed bowl and a drawer pull from blown glass. Then, Michele Richardson makes pewter wall art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, while Catherine Coyle of Wilmington, Delaware creates a painted and etched marble tile.
Jessica Kenenske from Elk Mills, Maryland makes vintage dolls and a chickadee throw pillow. Then, Joe Winter creates an oversized clay and wood teapot in Reno, Nevada, while Suzanne Wallace Mears of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates a fused glass totem.
Natalie Quinn from St. Paul, Minnesota creates a mixed media nostalgia painting and a stitched dress greeting card. Then, Teresa Rubino makes a faux snakeskin pendant in Kingwood, Texas, while Cindy Kennedy of Valencia, California creates a fabric clock.
Johanna Finnegan-Topitzer from Rollinsford, New Hampshire creates a butterfly book object and a flower bookmark. Then, Karen Mobley makes a mixed media beeswax drawing in Spokane, Washington, while Helen Chantler of Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a silver belt buckle.
Cadyn Cherry Mosch from Savannah, Georgia creates a vegan material note tote and a vinyl placemat. Then, Alan Cook makes a swan ice sculpture in Sparks, Nevada, while Jan Geisen of St. Paul, Minnesota creates a decorative plant stake.
Wendy Wagner from Houston, Texas creates a whimsical mixed media painting. Then, Yuliya Andrianova in Los Angeles, California makes a ceramic doughnut and a saggar fired bowl in Los Angeles, California, while Qasimah P. Boston of Savannah, Georgia creates a Gullah/Geechee culture doll.
Roger Goldenberg from Portsmouth, New Hampshire creates a mixed media, painted construction. Then, Sheri Marshall in makes a seascape clay platter and a polymer clay bird-in-a-nest pendant in Holly Springs, Mississippi, while Wendy Zupan Bailey of Spokane, Washington creates a jelly bean doll.
Candy Marvin from Norman, Oklahoma creates a funky art doll, while Mary Eberle makes a paper lily in Spokane, Washington. Then, Pennie Arnott-Reitano of Nashua, New Hampshire creates a textured clay and copper bracelet and an etched copper mantle clock.
Barbara Gilhooly from St. Paul, Minnesota creates a whimsical bird in a cage and a paint stick tambourine. Then, John Gay makes a wood turned flying bowl in Houston, Texas, and Eliza M. Schmid of Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a curtain rod canvas.
Wyatt C. Graff from Savannah, Georgia creates an interchangeable plastic and glass painting. Then, Debbie Spencer makes a jammies bear and a weather bear in Dover, Delaware, and Cynthia Wolf of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates an emulsion transfer on tile.
Julie Anderson from Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a dancing rod puppet and a burlap mask. Then, Solomon Kane makes a colorful football fish in Houston, Texas, and Kelley Hart of San Pedro, California creates a crocheted flower poncho.
Chrisi Donovan from Truckee, California creates a hand painted rocking horse and a chalkboard frame. Then, Gabrielle Bradley makes a chicken rancher soft sculpture in Newark, Delaware, and Jen Winfrey of Bartlett, Tennessee fashions ceramic and metal blooms.
Alyson Atchison from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates a serigraph with a photo overlay, while Geoffrey Nelson makes an illuminated jacket in Reno, Nevada. Then, Sue Bartley of Lewes, Delaware creates a goldfish pendant and textured seahorse earbobs.
Carla Eaton from Nashua, New Hampshire creates a fused glass and a textured copper mobile. Then, Heidi Loewen makes a miniature vase with a braided handle and a karate chop bowl in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Karen Capps of Memphis, Tennessee creates recycled southern shacks.
Alex Robinson from Valleyford, Washington creates a craftsman style picture frame and a candle holder. Then, Karen Cruce makes an antique textured vessel in Missouri City, Texas, while Tim Gaudreau of Portsmouth, New Hampshire creates an eco-art magnet wall puzzle.
Carrie Quade from Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a ceramic cowboy boot and a clay print. Then, Belle Mask makes a felted and beaded bag in Spokane, Washington, while Paul Pitt of Searcy, Arkansas creates a Native American style flute.
Ernest Miller from Minneapolis, Minnesota creates a spike bowl, while Barbara Uriu makes a silver and copper Japanese crest bracelet in Verdi, Nevada. Then, Janet Nelson of Landenberg, Pennsylvania creates a faux bois wall panel and a whimsical frame.
Denise Renk from Goffstown, New Hampshire makes a mosaic headboard. Then, Sandy Mooney in Spokane, Washington creates a metal and clay elephant necklace and a pair of star cut-out earrings in Spokane, Washington, while Phyllis Boger of Memphis, Tennessee makes a spring flowers batik.
Suzanne Wennermark-Roskowick from New Castle, New Hampshire creates a frosted and etched glass table, while Mavis Leahy makes a recycled fabric wall hanging in Granada Hills, California. Then, Linda Israel of Yukon, Oklahoma creates a friendship gift set and a sewing tin.
Janna Bernheim Bernstein from Germantown, Tennessee creates a mixed media silk scarf. Then, Caroline Harkness makes a wood-turned earring stand and paperweight in Sparks Nevada, while Gina Freuen of Spokane, Washington creates a ceramic serving tray.
Shel Neymark from Embudo, New Mexico creates a ceramic fused glass lamp. Then, Nicola McGowan makes a metal mountain scene and a copper pinwheel in Post Falls, Idaho, while Lisa Tribo of Memphis, Tennessee creates a polymer clay floral collage.
NJ Woods from Memphis, Tennessee creates a cement bottle vase and a lady in a window box. Then, Kristin Maffee makes a ceramic and copper garden mushroom in Nashua, New Hampshire, while Patrick Morrissey of Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a forged steel and glass sculpture.
Darleen Bellan from Hollis, New Hampshire creates a dragonfly clay print and a polymer clay cube. Then, Nicole Moan makes a ceramic corset in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, while Jill Atkins of Reno, Nevada creates a sculptured beaded tree purse.
Chris Little from Bartlett, Tennessee creates a tribal inspired concrete mask. Then, Gretchen Paukert makes a spiral lampshade and a metal leaf scene in Mica, Washington, while Janet O'Neal of Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a found object assemblage.
Josh Fuss from Reno, Nevada creates a photo transfer sconce, while Linda Celestian makes a sketch purse in Wilmington, Delaware. Then, Carl Shortt, Jr. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma creates a mahogany and copper fish and a spinning top.
Hazen Audel from Spokane, Washington makes an arts and crafts mailbox. Then, Amalia Flaisher in Litchfield, New Hampshire creates a water waltz painted glass panel and a hand-painted wine glass in Litchfield, New Hampshire, while Albert Goldreich of Sugar Land, Texas makes a clay platter with faux metal handles.
Laura Goodwin from Santa Fe, New Mexico creates a glass flower paperweight. Then, Steve Datz makes a donut vase and a mocha tea tile in Wilmington, Delaware, while Cheryl Hazelton of Memphis, Tennessee creates a wooden wine vine table.
Lisa Mergen from Cordova, Tennessee creates a silk block wall hanging and a velvet embellished belt. Then, Phil Gauthier in Derry, New Hampshire makes a hand hammered copper moon in Derry, New Hampshire, while Chris Kelsey of Spokane, Washington creates a finger loop bottle.
Jillian Lydon from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania creates a duck-fish-pony sculpture. Then, Gwen English makes a carved wooden book and an accordion-fold brag book in Memphis, Tennessee, while Sami Perry of Spokane, Washington creates a mixed media pitchfork.
Gary Fey from Riconada, New Mexico creates a painted batik with a frame. Then, Paul Bagley makes a silt-cast panel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, while Jenny Davies-Reazor of Newark, Delaware creates a mixed media mermaid shrine and inspirational wall hanging.
Evelyn Winter from Hollis, New Hampshire creates a woven paper and wax resist painting. Then, Sabra Lovejoy in Ojo Sarco, New Mexico makes a bent copper sculpture and a fold form bracelet in Ojo Sarco, New Mexico, while Robyn Marriott of Blanchard, Idaho creates a wallflower pocket.
Andrea Manard from Memphis, Tennessee creates a 3D painting of a house by the sea, along with soldered microscope slide jewelry. Then, Sondra Barrington in Spokane, Washington makes a scarf and polymer pin set in Spokane, Washington, and Bonnie Guercio of Nashua, New Hampshire creates a digital image puzzle collage.
Nicole Blanchette Huot from Merrimack, New Hampshire creates a plushy pig diva and a clay bumblebee ornament. Then, Jean Bernard makes a clay locket necklace in Reno, Nevada, while Tara Cameron Browning of Memphis, Tennessee creates a mixed media mermaid.
DD Travers from Nashua, New Hampshire creates a wood, copper and polymer clay welcome sign. Then, Brad Sondahl makes a berry bowl in Spirit Lake, Idaho, while Julie Kohl of Russell, Arkansas creates a giraffe toy tote and an owl-shaped MP3 player cover.
Tom Clifton from Memphis, Tennessee creates a folded fiberglass frame. Then, Alene Sirott-Cope makes a faux raku birdbath and a polymer clay bird's nest in Hollis, New Hampshire, while Charlotte Yocom of Cheney, Washington creates a cut and pierced lampshade.
Katie Hugh from Brookline, New Hampshire creates a Halloween pop-up gallery, while Trish Hodgens makes a polymer clay ghost-filled pumpkin in Spring, Texas and Shari Enge of Los Angeles, California creates Mirna the Witch and a mini pumpkin.
Jena Levandowski from Dassel, Minnesota creates a Santa's hat candy dish. Then, Lori Scouton makes a festive snowman and a holiday light box in Spokane, Washington, while Ann Martin of Wilmington, Delaware creates quilled holiday cards.
Denise Clayton-Leonard from Long Beach, California creates a Kwanzaa symbols set and a Kwanzaa wall hanging. Then, Amanda Millard in Bedford, New Hampshire makes a lampwork dreidel bangle, while Liza Wiley of Savannah, Georgia creates a polymer clay Santa Claus.
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