Hi there! My name is Stacey, and I blog over at Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy Crafts. I'm a former elementary school teacher, Foreign Service wife (we're just returning from a 6 year stint overseas), and mom to three very active boys. I have a passion for all things crafty. On my blog you'll find sewing tutorials and pattern reviews for boys, women, and home decor projects as well as crafts and activities to keep my boys busy. I'm a fabric hoarding, coffee drinking, YA fiction addict who'd choose cheese over chocolate any time. I love making new friends so stop by anytime!
Having recently left the corporate world to try and live a simple, homemade life, Staci lives on a micro farm in Upstate New York along with her husband Jay in their charming 153 year-old farmhouse. Despite the fact that Staci is allergic to 3 things - cats, dogs, and the molds found in chicken litter, they are joined by their farm-dog French Bulldogs, two cats, including one who thinks he's a dog, and an ever growing flock of chickens. Their goal is to grow as much of their own food as possible on their less than an acre property while doing things for themselves and making things from scratch. Staci blogs about all of this at Life At Cobble Hill Farm and Simple Farmstead Cooking.
Hi! We are Jessica and Hilary, the two sisters-in-law from the DIY/lifestyle blog Domestic Bliss Squared. We have been best friends for over five years, since we married two amazing brothers. (We share everything, even family! Our kids are even the same ages and genders!) After several years of friendship, we found that between the two of us we were always sharing recipes, crafts, fashion and parenting advice. We loved sharing our projects so much that we decided to create our blog as an outlet for all that swirling creativity. At Domestic Bliss Squared we share everything from gluten-free cooking to style DIY's, to thrift store finds, and we absolutely love showing our passions to our readers!
Hello all! I'm Jess. I'm a bubbly and extremely talkative twenty-something living with my husband and our two fur-babies in the 'burbs outside of Philadelphia. A year ago, I found myself seeking a creative outlet to escape the monotony of Corporate America and that's how Spool and Spoon came to be. It's my happy place; it's where I can cook, craft, create, and share every last snippet with all of you. If you like embroidery thread, cookie cutters, or fancy-schmancy fonts, I think we could become great friends.