Saturday, December 10, 2011

Almost Famous

I was recently asked by Christine if I would do an interview to promote the Indie Emporium shop. You see, Christine is a shy girl. She works really hard to do amazing things for the handmade scene here in Tulsa, but she's also modest and doesn't require much praise for her doings. I admire that quality in her, because I'm more of a "point that camera over here, baby, I'm gonna be a STAR" type of girl. Here's the interview I did with Rabyne Rogue and Gerald Harris of Shop Local.



In other holiday festivities, I posted a fun tutorial over on the make:Tulsa blog. This was one of the most enchanting craft projects I've ever done. You might have forgotten that my husband and I are pushing 30 if you could have seen the way our eyes lit up as we gave our new snow globes a shake. Here's a little photo collage of the process:

DIY Snow Globe Tutorial

If you're interested in making your own snow globes this season, check out the full tutorial here. Happy crafting!

15 comments:

JUST ME said...

No offense to those hosts, but you're waaayyy more charismatic. I kind of wanted them to stop talking awkwardly and let you have the show all to yourself.

Cabootique said...

You're so eloquent! That was a really nice interview/feature.

And, okay, now I'm totally running out to the store tomorrow to get some glycerin and glitter because those snow globes are so cute.

ArtistGirl said...

What a fabulous interview and the snowglobes are cute, cute, cute!!

Pili said...

You're awesome! What a great interview!

And those snowglobes are totally amazing, so CUTE! I'm gonna check the tutorial for sure, cause I love the idea of making one!

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Congrats on the fun interview!!! :) Those snowglobes are just way too cute. I'll definitely have to try it sometime. :) Thanks for sharing!

ac neil said...

good job, girlie!

Bad Joan said...

Great video/post!

GTBB,
http://badjoan.blogspot.com
http://cookingjoan.blogspot.com

La Alicia said...

your snow globes came out great!

alexkeller said...

baby, you're a star!!!!
(i'v been saving this post so i could watch your video :D)

OliveStreetStudio said...

Look at you on camera!! Awesome! And who doesn't love a snow-globe??

KnockKnocking said...

Those snow globes are just too darling! And congrats on the interview!

Raven said...

"I admire that quality in her, because I'm more of a "point that camera over here, baby, I'm gonna be a STAR" type of girl." Hahaha! I am so like you on this, Holly! Great job on the interview.

I love your snow globes! I collect them, so I may just have to try & make some.

Sorry it's been so long since I've been to your blog. I'm finally getting back into the swing of things!

Hope all is well with you & have a Merry Christmas!

-Raven

Kristin said...

You are fabulous on camera lady!

DancingMooney ♥ said...

Oh my gosh those snow globes are SO cute, and you are totally a rock star Holly! :)

Happy New Year! ♥

Amy Perrotti said...

Girl, you are such a natural on camera! Wow. I wish I wasn't so painfully shy. How do you do it?? It helps being beautiful I bet. ;)