mixtape winners announced

by kath_red on 18/03/2009

in Community + Creativity

When Justine offered five copies of the latest, and first full colour issue, of mixtape zine to readers, she asked readers to leave a comment about their own crafty inspiration mixtape. Here are some of my faves ( – and I will be checking out the songs asap)

mixtape

1. obligatory mug of chai late
1. a couple of pages of inkblots, to doodle on for inspiration, turning them into faces and animals and flowers.
2. an empty house so I can sing as loud and as out of tune as I want
3. a pot of Darjeeling
4. pjs, hot drink & the information album by beck
5. a 15 min walk and pick up treasures, rocks, stems, feathers, anything.
6. glass of red wine
7. the necessary amount of dark chocolate to keep me chirpy all day.
8. a bit of trance music
9. All the windows open with a breeze blowing through the house and the sun making the air nice and warm.
10. David Bowie on my music player to counter the quietness of my sleeping children
Make Your Own Kind of Music by Mama Cass
11. Curtis Mayfield on the mp3 player
12. a gin and tonic
13. Chocolate, chocolate chocolate. No matter what form it is in – hot chocolate, biscuits – I think chocolate makes the world go round!
14. Feist’s 1234

what are your craft necessities?

So without further ado – the winners: {winners will be contacted via email}
iHanna:
a guided meditation with lots of silence and gentle, kind reminders here and there to come back to the breathing, come back to the breathing… :-)
a collaged very pink cover with handwritten text in big bold childish prints

Tina SK
No other plans for the rest of the day.
All the windows open with a breeze blowing through the house and the sun making the air nice and warm.

Mr X Stitch
One of my graffiti cross stitch projects that I desperately need to finish..!
Curtis Mayfield on the mp3 player.

Sarah F.
David Bowie on my music player to counter the quietness of my sleeping children
A traced copy of one of my son’s drawings, ready to be colored and embroidered

missweb
scrap fabrics
Feist’s 1234 but the Sesame Street version to keep the little on occupied while I finish that last [insert project detail here]

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