March 13, 2012
I know many of you are already very familiar with FaveCrafts, but did you know that they have a radio show? How cool is that? What’s even better is that their new host is Amy Anderson, from Mod Podge Rocks. In case you are wondering what you can expect to hear on this radio show, I’ll fill you in. This FaveCrafts sponsored shows will feature fun celebrity crafters, who will be talking about all things crafts. This will include the latest trends, DIY, and more. The show will air the first Tuesday of every month. Below are all the details about today’s show:
Listen Online: Blog Talk Radio
Date: Tuesday, March 13th
Time: 11am EST/8am PST
Today’s Topic: National Crafts Month – including creative businesses and our favorite Pinterest!
Guests: Cathie & Steve, Anna from Mochimochi Land, and the lovely Brittany AKA The Pretty Hand Girl to talk Pinterest.
The co-host for today’s show will be Simone Collins of FaveCrafts. You will be able to ask questions during the show, so you are not going to want to miss this. Make sure you tune in!
September 27, 2011
Last Friday we attended a special in store event, for Michael’s Reward Members. This in store event was a huge success. It featured Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza, along with Mod Podge Rocks, Amy Anderson. Cathie and Steve did a live Q&A with members, that was also live streamed to viewers online. Afterwards, all three craft celebrities assisted the crowd with making some craft projects. All attendees had the opportunity to select from three craft projects to make. They could make one, or all three projects. Everyone there has lots of fun. We even did several giveaways, of Mod Podge filled gift baskets. We will be posting some video of the event later on this week, so be sure to check back to see it. Hopefully we will see you next time, at the next Michaels in store event.
Cathie Filian & Steve Piacenza
Cathie and Steve pose with “Grandma Betty.” She drove over 80 miles to attend this event. She was so sweet, and very excited to be there.
Attendees focused on creating their crafts, at the Make and Take tables.
Attendees could make this stencil project.
Another craft option to make, was to paint a notebook cover.
Or they could make a frame using Mod Podge. Amy Anderson, from Mod Podge Rocks made these.
A few lucky attendees left the event, with this fabulous Mod Podge gift basket.
So many people attended, that the staff at Michaels even had to add additional tables to accommodate everyone.