Tori Spelling has launched a gorgeous new line of DIY jewelry components that makes it so easy to get a high fashion look in just […]
I love some pretty accessories…The always stylish Tori Spelling just launched these gorgeous jewelry components so you can make your own fabulous creations!
Some crafters just seem born to create a certain kind of thing that uniquely their thing. Meet Amazing crafts artist Althea Crome, the person who […]
Some teenagers spend lots of time on the phone, watching TV, or just hanging out. Isabelle Fuhrman, best known as the star of the chilling movie Orphan, Ghost Whisperer, and most recently joining an all-star cast in Salvation Boulevard (which will premiere at Sundance 2011), likes to spend her spare time doing something else: knitting! That is pretty cool by itself, but super creative Isabelle has also gotten involved with Save The Children on a program called Caps For Good to knit caps for newborns in developing countries. This simple, handmade gift not only keeps babies warm, it saves lives. Isabelle and Save The Children have created hundreds of these baby caps this year to help reduce the nearly 4 million newborn deaths that occur annually in the developing world. We caught up with Isabelle to talk about how she started knitting, how she got started helping Save The Children, what
When a performer has exceptional talent as a dancer, a singer, and and actor, some say he or she is a “triple threat.” But what […]
You might recognize accomplished actress, author, and comedian Amy Sedaris from her hysterical show on Comedy Central, Strangers With Candy, from her frequent guest appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman, Martha, and the Today Show, or as a guest panelist at the BlogHer conference in 2007. You might also remember Amy from her last critically-acclaimed book, “I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence.”
We had the pleasure of chatting with Amy Sedaris about her and co-author Paul Dinello’s latest book, “Simple Times, Crafts For Poor People” which will debut #8 on the New York Times best seller list in the “How To” category Nov. 21st. It is available now at most bookstores.
CIW: Hey Amy, were you crafty growing up?
Amy Sedaris: Yeah, I was big in Girl Scouts and Junior Achievements and you know, we always made stuff in our family. I was crafty, but I mean I