<—– Heather Mann: Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Heather Mann is a professional craft designer and blogger, and has appeared on the Martha Stewart Show, in Reader’s Digest, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and her projects have appeared in and on the cover of Family Fun magazine. Her other craft blog is DollarStoreCrafts.com.
The Pintester —->
Sonja Foust is an author, blogger, and self-proclaimed internet dork. She combines her loves for reading, writing, and internet tom-foolery on her blog, Pintester. Pintester.com is a humorous look at the crafting community. The blog, which generates page views per month in the millions, chronicles Sonja’s attempts to complete crafts and projects pinned on the popular site Pinterest. In her spare time, she sings with gusto, dances with abandon, and regularly laughs until she cries. Sonja lives in Durham, North Carolina with her husband and doggie.
<—– Carolina Moore
Carolina has been crafting longer than she can remember. But pretty much any kid should be able to say they’ve been crafting longer than they can remember. She reckons she spent all of her preschool days with a crayon and a bottle of paste. Which she never ate. Because that is just weird. 30-ish years later, she is still crafting… when she’s not doing any of a million other things that perpetually need doing. Like blogging at her blogs: Craft Snark, Always Expect Moore, and Moore Craft Time.
<— Adrianne Surian
Adrianne Surian is a mom, wife, crafter, writer, reader, volunteer, blogger, mild-mannered accountant, and rock star (okay maybe not a rock star). She loves good grammar and bad jokes, and can often be found covered in glue and mourning her craft fails with a nice grilled cheese sandwich. She blogs at Happy Hour Projects.
Robyn Welling —->
Robyn is a decent wife, a happy mom, a world-class craft failer, and a pretty nifty dancer. Her blog, Hollow Tree Ventures, is where she writes about parenting, life’s little irritations, and the shortcuts she takes on her journey to becoming a somewhat passable human being.
<—- Cyndi Calhoun
Avid writer, zany photographer. She is scared of spiders and has a deep fascination for glitter. Though she has plenty of balled up knots of yarn and clay pots awash in clashing fluorescent colors, they make for plenty of amusing stories in the failed crafts department. Her blog, Pictimilitude is where she spends a lot of time writing about photography, the art of writing, and some unusual arts and crafts.