BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Dec 14, 2009 |
Even though I was sick as a dog and filled with green boogers from the shoulders up, I ran-skipped all the way to the BUST office when I got word that my Joey Roth Ceramic Speakers had arrived. "I hope you don't have to send these back; the box is huge," my editor informed me. And I'm glad that I don't have to send them back too because at this point, I would put on a onesie and wrestle someone to the ground to be able to keep these things.
Joey Roth lives in ... Read More
BY Eliza C. Thompson in Crafty on Dec 11, 2009 |
Yeah, we know -- you've heard all about it already. Well, in case anybody didn't, we're gonna tell you one more time. Tomorrow is BUST's Holiday Craftacular in sunny Los Angeles, CA, and trust us when we say you don't want to miss it!
Delights that await you include:
1) Over 50 vendors of handmade clothing, accessories, jewelry, and other goodies
2) The Grilled Cheese Truck parked outside, waiting to provide you with their take on the best sandwich of all time
3) ... Read More
I don’t know about you but there is only one record I reach for at this time of year – Phil Spector’s ‘A Christmas Gift for You.' From the ‘ringadingadingdongding’ of Sleigh Ride to the multi layered Frostie the Snowman, it’s the only soundtrack you’ll ever need for wrapping, baking and decorating. Now I don’t want to dwell on the distinctly un-festive things which have happened to Phil since he produced the ... Read More
BY Victoria Woodcock in Artsy on Dec 11, 2009 |
Ooh! Check out this skirt pattern that Clothkits.co.uk have kindly donated to the Craftacular raffle. So charming. The whimsical fabric pattern is by the super-talented London-based Rob Ryan, who cuts the delicate designs out of paper. Find out more about him at ... Read More
BY debbie in General on Dec 11, 2009 |
At this year's BUST Holiday Craftacular in NYC, there was more than just lots of crafty shopping to be had. We partnered with a number of charitable organizations to help them out, and on eof them, the Center for Animal Care and Control, brought along homeless puppies and kitties who needed adopting. The CACC is the city's only kill shelter, which is why we felt these animals needed our help more than any other. Luckily, a number of animals did fin their forever ... Read More