Felt Family! Soft Book! Stenciled Shoes! Knitting Forks!

Have you seen my latest posts over at eHow? Between chasing after a VERY active toddler and managing several freelance projects, I’ve barely had time to check in and share. Going on vacation and need a craft for your bored back-seat passengers? ...more

Blogging for eHow & Constellation Camp-Out Maps

I’m super excited to announce that I’m an eHow blogger now! I’ve always loved crafting with kids, so I am extra super stoked that kid crafts are my area of focus. If you are interested in seeing what I’m working on, please visit my author profile page at:...more

The Last Onesie

Baby boy, sunshine of my life, you are killing it with this whole “adorable toddler thing.” Your word count is up to “Mama, Dada, Na-Ma (grandma), moon, moo (sounds similar to moon but happens only when a cow is visible) no, nose (again, a similar sounds but is accompanied by a baby-sized index finger in […] The post The Last Onesie appeared first on Radmegan ....more

Why you need the Summer 2014 Issue of Kids Crafts 123!

Hey gang! I’m all over the current issue of Kids Crafts 123! If you love America, crafts and/or kids, you should for sure pick up an issue ....more

Cut Fruit Paper Maché Bowls for Kids Crafts 123

This month has been bananas! I have so many projects to share with you, and so little time to get them up on the blog. Before the current issue of Kids Crafts 123 is replaced by the next one, I wanted to share my paper maché fruit bowls with you and encourage you to pick […] The post Cut Fruit Paper Maché Bowls for Kids Crafts 123 appeared first on Radmegan ....more

This One Goes to Eleven: A Boy & His Onesie

My dear sweet Lars, I wish I had thought to write little updates about you months and months ago, I’m sure there was always a lot to say about your development back in those early months, but now that you are one month shy of a year old, you seem to be growing and […] The post This One Goes to Eleven: A Boy & His Onesie appeared first on Radmegan ....more

Easy Felt Bunnies for eHow

I have a new Easter post up on eHow.com for anyone looking to add a little handmade sweetness (without the sugar!) to the Easter baskets this year. These easy-sew felt bunnies make great finger puppets, headbands, pins and more! And the fact that they resemble Peeps is no accident ....more

Craftcation ’14 in Instagram Pictures

The Craftcation Conference was this passed weekend and what a tremendous time we had! BIG thanks to Delilah and Nicole who organized another incredible event, and big, big thanks to my mom for watching sweet baby Lars while I lead photo tours, taught my light box workshop and answered questions about DSLR settings. We all […] The post Craftcation ’14 in Instagram Pictures appeared first on Radmegan ....more

Teaching Photography Workshops Galore at Craftcation 2014!

I’m teaching at the Craftcation Conference in Ventura, CA today and tomorrow! My classes usually fill up, so I decided to put my hand-outs online for those of you who can’t attend my: DIY Lightbox Workshop or my Getting to Know your DSLR Workshop: Radmegans Understanding Exposure Radmegans_recipe_for_DOF Radmegans_recipe_for_LongExposure Radmegans_recipe_for_Bracketing (download and print these, fold […] The post Teaching Photography Workshops Galore at Craftcation 2014! appeared first on Radmegan ....more

Natural Egg Dye: A Rainbow of Options

You can dye Easter eggs with all-natural ingredients like spices, vegetables, and even wine! I made recipe cards for eggs dyed with everything from cran-raspberry juice to onion skins—plus instructions, tips, and pictures of what your finished eggs will look like. ...more
One could blow out the egg interior, and then do the dying to keep the shells around year-round. ...more