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Morgan Levine

Morgan Levine

Name: Morgan Levine
Job Title: Editorial Assistant Crafts and Holiday
Date started at company: I started freelancing 3/07 and joined Editorial Crafts full time 6/08
First story you worked on: “Glow and Behold” Blueprint , Nov/Dec 2007
Hometown: Bethesda, Md
Education: Pratt Institute, Industrial Design BA
First Job: Sorted clothes in a warehouse for my friend’s father’s thrift store
Astrological sign: Capricorn
Personal crafting/artwork: I used to focus on ceramics, but these days I’m bonkers for crepe paper . My work can be found at
Things you collect: Snack sets…they’re the plates that have an indentation to the side for a matching cup and little handle. They’re perfect to keep a hand free at a party, or to carry your breakfast outside

Color: Pantone # 377
Holiday: Passover. I host it every year for family and friends. Mom does most of the cooking, and we fill my apartment to capacity with nears and dears
Pizza topping: artichoke hearts
Kind of Fabric: Anything cable knit
Dessert: bananas foster
Source: Amble Through Bramble Bananas Foster

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Scrapbooking Giveaway

Contests & Prizes : Scrapbooking Giveaway

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It feels like summer just arrived, but autumn’s nearly here already. Now’s a great time to start memory-keeping projects, especially if you’re recording summer vacations. We have plenty of ideas to get you started. Take a look at our scrapbooking and memorykeeping projects. This week we’re giving away a selection of embellishments, labels, and an …

Bloggers Night Out

Around Town : Bloggers Night Out

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Last Thursday we hosted an event for a couple hundred of our favorite bloggers.  It was a great chance for all of the blogs under Martha Stewart to get together and meet the people behind the blogs we love.  We’d planned a rooftop party, overlooking the Hudson River, but the threat of rain moved us …

Inspiration Board : Bloggers’ Night Out Twitter Giveaway

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Tonight we’re hosting Bloggers’ Night Out—a cocktail party where we’ll be meeting and greeting some of our favorite bloggers. Don’t worry if you can’t make the event, you can still join in on the party by following us (@CraftDept) as well as the #marthablogger Twitter feeds. We’ll be live tweeting, uploading pictures, and giving away …

Inspiration Board : Circle Cutter Giveaway

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We’ve just launched a new circle cutter.  It cuts up to 12″ circles and doesn’t leave a hole in the center.  We’ve been using it a lot recently here in the Crafts Dept., and it’s certainly a time-saver. Take a look at these simple projects below. They add serious color and impact to any setting, …

Around Town : Stitching for Pink

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We work closely with SVP Worldwide, source of the SINGER®, HUSQVARNA VIKING® and PFAFF® sewing machines. We heard about their involvement in Stitching for Pink, a global online campaign to raise breast cancer awareness and help fund a cure through embroidery, and want to pass the information on to you. They’ll give you exclusive embroidery …

Cricut Cake Giveaway (CONTEST EXPIRED)

Contests & Prizes : Cricut Cake Giveaway (CONTEST EXPIRED)

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Did you get a chance to see Martha live on HSN yesterday? She was selling her new Cricut Cake® Martha Stewart Crafts™ Edition. It’s an amazing little machine that precisely cuts all sorts of edible materials, including gum paste, cookie dough, and frosting sheets. Martha’s Cricut Cake comes with design cartridges created by our own …

Jell-O Mold Competition

Around Town : Jell-O Mold Competition

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A couple of weeks ago, I participated in a Jell-O Mold competition hosted by the Gowanus Studio Space.  They asked designers to, “take Jell-O out of the cafeteria and break the mold, as it were, on Jell-O molds.”  I teamed up with Lauren Tempera from the food department, and we developed Twisted Citrus…three jello flavors …

Behind the Scenes : TV Craft Segments

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Ever wonder how a project makes it from the Craft Room onto the Martha Show? TV Crafter Kristin St. Clair explains…