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If I’m not out working for others around their homes, then you’ll find me busy in my Sewing Studio, working on new creations to sell at the local shops, markets, and seasonal bazaars.  My most recent venture is creating for my Green Craft Studio online shop at Etsy, https://www.etsy.com/shop/greencraftstudio which opened in October 2013. In April 2014, I became a member of an Etsy team of North Georgia online shop owners (NORGA, https://www.northgeorgiamade.com). This blog page is a direct result of exposure to NORGA. 

  I have learned a lot about promoting the online business since I joined team NORGA, and I hope to help others do the same.  You can expect to see BLOG CONTENT here regarding all of the above statements, as well as other subjects that may interest you.   I am scheduled to teach four classes during the Summer Art Youth Camp in June/July 2014 at the Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association.  And, recently, I have been contemplating writing a craft book to teach kids the many ways to craft green-wise.  So, I have BLOGS in my head all the time just waiting to be shared. My plan is to brain storm blog subjects and plan for one per week. That is an initial goal that may end up being adjusted as I go and at the very least you will see one blog per month from Becca’s Green Craft Studio.

Studio Blogs will be shared through social media (https://www.facebook.com/greencraftstudio) when appropriate. Feel free to share any blog you especially enjoy with your friends.  Happy reading!

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