Whip Up Newsletter No.9 2011

by kath_red on 04/03/2011

in Features, Newsletter

It’s really exciting when you have a vision to create something and other people totally get it!


  • Yes its gender friendly – The projects in here are suitable for both boys and girls.
  • Yes it costs $5 – the price of a cup of coffee – and there are no ads – which I think is terribly important for kids.
  • Yes the projects in here relate to kid’s real world – use natural and healthy materials and help kids to explore their creative side.

If all that sounds like you and your family then you need the Action Pack! :)

What others are saying about the Action Pack:

  • “I will happily pay for a high quality, fun, creative magazine. Especially if there are no ads!”
  • “I am always on the lookout for cool project ideas, especially ones that relate to their real world and use natural materials.”
  • “What I love best is that its gender friendly. Yay.”
  • “So excited to see something geared towards children 7+. My boys are 6.5 and 8.5 and it can be a hard age to find stimulating and effective activities for.”
  • “We are slowly trying to unplug our house and this magazine looks like a great addition to our arsenal when we hear “what can we do?”.
  • “This is brilliant and I want to affirm Kathreen for encouraging kids to get off the couch and explore their creative side. … I’m sure younger kids would also benefit if their parents have the time to explore it with them.”
  • “I’m always looking for new fun things to do with my boys!”

Have you a copy of the Action Pack yet?

If not get yours now!

We love it and we hope you do too!

And thanks to these wonderful fellow mothers and bloggers for reviewing and mentioning the mag: (there are some giveaways too)
DesignMom :: Charlotte’s Fancy :: The Long Thread :: Maya*Made :: CraftZine :: DollarStoreMom :: CraftGossip :: Luvinthemommyhood :: The Crafty Crow :: Fancy House Road :: JcasaHandmade :: wisecraft .

New:

- Whipup.net now has a Facebook page
- Whipup.net has a shop page
- And you can grab a new design Whipup.net badge

And have you been keeping up with all the wonderful guest bloggers at whipup.net? :
Sooz talks about knitting machines :: We hosted Abby on her Artful Bird Blog tour :: Lizzy came and talked fabric design :: Liz discussed her amazing kickstarter project :: I reviewed machine stitch perspectives :: Kathrin showed us how to make some really quick and cool refashioned jewellery :: and Kate reviewed Knitting it old school.

So it really has been a jam packed week – but wait there’s more: :)

So much to do – so little time.
Kathreen
xx

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Seanna Lea March 4, 2011 at 10:05 am

I want to make pepper goldfish crackers instead. They are on my list (every vegetarian item from Smitten Kitchen is on my list!)!

2 Andrea Viets March 4, 2011 at 11:36 am

*Thank you* for the link to “Where Children Sleep.” I am writing through tears, and encourage more readers to go and read/view this amazing book and then for each of us to commit ourselves to doing something to make things better – like Jade and all of her friends at Craft Hope, like all of the folks who have quilted for others around the world who have experienced tragedy and loss ~ every child deserves safety and health and love and a cozy place to sleep. Thank you again, Kathreen.

3 kath_red March 9, 2011 at 8:35 pm

I shared this link with my children too and it made more sense to them when I tell them how lucky indeed they are to just have a bed to sleep in at night.

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