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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 amblethroughbramble.com.
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

FAVORITE . . .
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: Metalliferous.com Amble Through Bramble Bananas Foster

Editor's Archive

Contests & Prizes : Christmas Craft Giveaway (contest expired)

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There’s still time to make your Holiday decorations.  We’d love to help  you out, so we’re giving away a tree centerpiece kit, and two packs of Martha Stewart holiday glitter.  One pack includes garnet, olivine, and carrara marble tinsel glitter, and the other pack includes garnet, peridot, and green agate fine glitter. leave us a …

Celebrate : Hanukkah Crafts

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There are four more nights of Hanukkah left for candle lighting, latke eating, and of course, Hanukkah crafting!  Here are some of my favorite Hanukkah decorating ideas.  Click on each image to learn how to make your own. Check out the clip art projects, like the favor boxes below, from this December’s issue. For more …

Behind the Scenes : Holiday A to Z Gallery

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Last weekend’s Holiday Craft Sale featured some amazing vendors, but it was also an opportunity to show off some projects from this December’s issue of Martha Stewart Living.  We set up a gallery of the projects from Holiday A to Z.  Attendees may have seen the photographs in the magazine already, but last weekend was …

On The Web : Last Minute Thanksgiving Crafts

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So, you’ve done all the shopping and pinned down your menu, but you still need to spruce up the table, and you don’t have much time!  Take a look at some easy Thanksgiving decorating ideas right here.  I’ve posted some favorites below. Find intructions for these projects and more right here!…

Contests & Prizes : Congratulations Argelia!

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Argelia won the Glitter 24-piece set!  Enjoy glitterng those seating cards!…

Tools & Materials : Knitwit Availability

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If you’re having trouble tracking down a KnitWit after reading our story in December’s issue, don’t you worry.  It’s available in a few places.  We’ve spoken with the folks at KnitWit.com and their online store should be working later today.  If you can’t wait that long, try Ebay.com, ioffer.com, or pronto.com. Haven’t seen the story …

Marbleizing Supplies

Ask the Crafts Dept. : Marbleizing Supplies

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Angie asks: I want to make the marbleized paper, but I can’t find alum or methyl cellulose-any suggestions?  Will liquid starch work as well?  We are working our way through the Craft Encyclopedia! Wow, Angie, and you’re already at M for marbleizing!?  Marbleizing is fun and easy, but it really does require the right materials.  …

Contests & Prizes : Glitter 24-piece set (CONTEST OVER)

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We’re perpetually working with (and covered in) glitter, so we thought it was time to share some with you!  Whether you use it to glitter paint, decorate, or entertain, our glitter 24 pack will definitely keep you busy.  It’s available at Michaels, or win one here.  Leave a comment describing how you’ll use your new …