Saturday, August 10, 2013

holy mollie!


i was also toying with "hello, mollie!"  and "mollie want a cracker?".

so, this is pretty cool, and i'm finally able to holler about it...I'M ALL UP IN MOLLIE MAKES, YO! someone got a little too tipsy at a business lunch and decided to include me in a gorgeous handful of six crafters from around the world, and this healthy half dozen makes up The Back Page Project.  each issue, you'll find a crafty tale from one of us on--you guessed it--The Back Page.  party in the back, y'all!  well, party everywhere, really, i imagine i would eat each colorful page like candy if i had it in front of me.    now... where to find mollie makes stateside??

update: well, you lovely geniuses, i had NO IDEA barnes and nobles carries eight thousand crafty magazines.  what a lovely rabbithole.  thanks for the love, and the new obsession!

29 comments:

  1. Woot! Congratulations on the write-up!

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  2. Congratulations! I love Mollie Makes and can usually find it in Hancock's or Barnes and Noble here in Louisiana.

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  3. Congratulations! I have purchased it at Joann Fabrics.

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  4. I love Mollie Makes, discovered it a few weeks ago as an online shop gave me an edition to make up for a past mistake. Now I just hope I can find the English version here or that the Dutch version is just the translation!! Congrats on making the edition, I'm looking forward to reading it.

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  5. Hells yeah! Mollie Makes is all kinds of rad- epic work Ms Balloona!

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  6. Congratulations, Oona! It's well-deserved!

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  7. Not boozy people, SMART people!!! You tell a great story, doll!

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  8. Whohoo for you!
    And whohoo for them as I just browsed 4 of their issues because of you!

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  9. Woot! Woot! Can't wait to check it out!

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  10. Congratulations! That is so awesome!!

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  11. Barnes and nobles! Congrats girl!

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  12. Congratulations, I must have a nose and see if i can get here in ireland - off i go to my pal google!!

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  13. Ooooh I love Mollie Makes! Won an issue in a giveaway and I always re-read it b/c I can't find other issues around here! :) Congrats!!! Hope I can get my hands on a copy!

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  14. So cool! I can't wait to see your crafts! I will have to see if barnes and noble has it!

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  15. This is where I found out about you!!!! I love your blog girlfriend!!!! I agree with you about Mollie Makes, it is an awesome publication. I get it on my Nook tablet and can hardly wait for each issue!

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    1. how cool, thank you feith! and welcome!

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  16. Congratulations!! I can't wait to see it! I've been following you for awhile. (reckon I'm a former lurker now lol) And I pick up a copy at Books A Million every month

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  17. Congratulations!! I think I've bought Mollie Makes at JoAnn's or Barnes and Noble before.

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  18. thanks y'all!!!!!!!! and thank you for the recs, i did indeed find older issues at barnes and nobles... now i just have to practice patience :)

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  19. Ooh congrats! Haven't seen this magazine before so I'll definitely be on the lookout.

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  20. My Hancock Fabrics had it, but not this issue.

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  21. I'm an American (SoCal - DesertSW) living in the UK. I get my MollieMakes mag and usually go straight for the cover gift. I craft the cover gift (usually takes me a couple weeks, I'm going to be honest here) then read the magazine cover to cover.

    So I just this morning have finished the last page of issue 30 and there you are! You had my complete attention at the first line but oh wow, the canary-on-crack-yellow got me sooooooo hooked! Your blogspot is now bookmarked and I'm going to start at the beginning:)

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    1. that put a grin on my face like you wouldn't believe! thank you!

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