About Me

Sherri Osborn
My name is Sherri Osborn. I wear many hats, and most of them are homemade!

I am a wife, married to my honey for more than a quarter of a century. I am the mother of three grown kids that make me more proud every day. I am also mom to a sweet Chihuahua. I am the blessed grandmother to 7 amazing babies, who were all born within 4 1/2 years of each other.

For most of my life, I have enjoyed experimenting with many craft techniques and mediums, and I enjoy sharing my love of crafting with everyone. I have over 15 years of experience in designing craft projects and writing and editing for Web sites, blogs, and print publications.

Besides this About Family Crafts blog, you can find my projects and articles featured on FamilyCorner.com, About.com, Mother’s Home, and other sites. In the past, my crafts have been published in magazines including Redbook, Working Mother, and Moms Like Me. I have also contributed projects to Halloween recipe and project booklets published by Publications International. I also have written a craft book titled About.com Guide to Family Crafts (ISBN 9781598693461), and been a contributing author to two others: Fuzzy Fun (ISBN 0785351922) and Year Round Crafts for Kids (ISBN 0785388400). I also acted as the developmental editor for a book titled Crafter’s Internet Handbook (ISBN 1929685432).

I hope you and your family enjoy all of the crafts posted here. If you want to stay up to date on all of the Family Crafts happenings, sign up for the free email newsletter. You can also stay in touch by liking my Facebook page or following me on Twitter. Check out my boards on Pinterest or connect with me on LinkedIn. You can also learn more about me on my Profile: .

If you have any questions that aren’t addressed here on my policies page, feel free to send me a note at sherri(at)aboutfamilycrafts.com

5 comments for “About Me

  1. Carol
    03/28/2013 at 9:27 am

    Love your site. It has helped me many times to give the children in my afterschool care program some fun activities to do. I love that they can be creative and busy with something consructive.

    • cnsozzy@wcta.net
      03/28/2013 at 6:09 pm

      Thanks so much Carol! Glad you have found my site useful.

  2. Frank Rudisill
    02/23/2014 at 7:54 pm

    I have been using you Printable calendars since 2006. Now all of a sudden there is NO 2014. I have so much trouble finding a calendar that I can IMPORT into Pagemaker and then key in all important dates. I do not have that ability with all the free download calendar programs listed everywhere. Can you make up a 2014 calendar like the 2006-2013. Thank you

    • 02/23/2014 at 8:54 pm

      Hi Frank, I have started working on the 2014 calendars and so far I have January through March done.. You can find those here: http://www.holiday-favorites.com/

      All of the other months will be posted there as soon as I get them done…

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