He who works with his hands is a laborer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist. ~St. Francis of Assisi

May we each strive to do ALL that we do as an artist working as unto the Lord for His glory! Thanks for stopping in to visit! ~Cara Louise

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Cara's Handcrafted Crocheted Ornaments is now Heritage Heartcraft

Heritage Heartcraft is alive and well!
I’ve got sites all over the web!


Heritage Heartcraft is a proud member of the Mad Mad Makers network:
~Members of the Mad Mad Makers network are dedicated to not only growing their own handcrafted businesses, but also to helping their fellow community members grow theirs.
~Each member is also committed to the true principle of handcrafting- meaning to fashion or make by hand or chiefly by hand processes rather than machine made, being homegrown and homemade. All our members’ items are individually handwrought by our shop owners and are not contracted out to any off-site manufacturer.
~For more information about joining our network please see our website at http://madmadmakers.com

Thank you for stopping in. Love and prayers, Cara Louise

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Making Changes in 2013

Cara's Handcrafted Crocheted Ornaments is making quite a few changes this year.

I am adding lots of items to my Etsy shop...

and will be continuing to add patterns to my shops at Craftsy and Ravelry.

I am in the process of moving my existing Google website over to a new address at Weebly. Weebly offers several more features which will allow my little business to grow into them and I am quite excited about that.

This blog is also moving over to Weebly. It will be nice having my 'stuff' together in one place rather than feeling like I am traipsing all over the web. There is a great handy RSS subscribe button down near the bottom of the new blog page, so you are invited to come over there and subscribe so you don't miss a thing!

I will be using my blog more this year. With all the changes on Facebook, the efforts of businesses to reach potential customers has really been stymied and I often feel like I am putting forth effort there that is just not getting results. So, it is time to take some steps toward growing my little crochet business elsewhere, and between Weebly and Etsy, I think I have found a good solution for me and Cara's Handcrafted Crocheted Ornaments.

I hope to see you over at my new Weebly site!