Meet Create N Craft Blogger Carole Lassak

A jetsetter for ancient times, Carole enjoys traveling abroad to practice the dying art of handmade bobbin lace. The sounds of bobbins pattering against her bobbin pillow fill her home. At home, Carole acts out her fantasy as an Iron Chef challenger. Her favorite food is sushi, especially sea urchin. “I think any piece of raw seafood on a pillow of rice would delight me.”

Recent Posts from Carole

Trio of Greeting Cards

Jan 09, 2015 - Each of these greeting cards represents a different handmade papermaking technique. When I make my papers I follow these basic instructions. I used Arnold Grummer’s trifold window cards for each of these. For the first card, I dry embossed a piece of handmade paper and inserted it into the window card following the instructions on […]

  
Joe Rotella Presents at CHA Mega Show

Jan 09, 2015 - Joe Rotella, Founder and Creative Director of Create N Craft, will be present a hands-on lab workshop at the Craft and Hobby Association’s 2015 Mega Show. Participants will use their own laptops while learning the elements of an effective web presence. Using an “apprentice approach,” Joe will guide CHA members through the five areas critical to the […]

  
Gilded Valentine Embellishment

Jan 07, 2015 - Christmas 2014 is now just a memory, and we’re moving on to the next holiday—Valentine’s Day. We started with Creative Paperclay® and a clay mold. Molds are a great way for young ones to complete successful projects. Chloe, my five year old grand daughter, worked with me to create this Valentine embellishment. Next, we roughly rolled […]

  
To the Bat Mobile: Kid’s Project

Oct 06, 2014 - Welcome to the Creative Paperclay® Halloween Link Up Party!! We have lots of exciting things to look forward to at our house. October is Chloe’s birthday month, and, of course, Halloween!! Together Chloe and I created this Halloween bat mobile using Creative Paperclay®. I cut bat shapes out of cardstock for our patterns. We rolled […]

  
Valentine Wall Decoration

Feb 08, 2014 -   Welcome to the Creative Paperclay Valentine Link Party!! You’ve arrived at Carole Lassak’s blog where I’m sharing this home decor Valentine wall hanging.   I used these materials to complete this piece: Creative Paperclay® modeling material Wooden frame ($1 from Michael’s ☺) Amazing Mold Putty Rose button and heart trinket from my stash Wood […]