About the Author
- Meghan Garner collects hobbies like old men collect postage stamps. Currently, she owns her own small business as a jewelry designer and instructor specializing in metal clay and torchworked glass. She knits in her free time (hah!). She also really enjoys cooking and baking, and has dabbled in competitive performance poetry.
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Author Archives: Meghan Garner
Today we’re picking back up with the Creating Action series. For the last week, I’ve been blogging through my experience with Tara Gentile’s 8-part course, Creating Action. If you missed some or all of the earlier posts, catch up … Continue reading
Folks, let me tell ya – torchworking glass is intense. It’s like slamming 10 espresso shots. It’s like jumping out of an airplane. It’s like rafting over a waterfall. Actually, it’s like slamming 10 espresso shots immediately before jumping … Continue reading
I was all set to start a new adventure today! A good friend of mine taught me the basics of torchworked glass a few weeks ago, and I’ve been dying to dive in ever since. I ordered an assortment … Continue reading
As many of you know, I’m blogging through my experience with Tara Gentile’s 8-part course, Creating Action. If you missed some or all of the earlier posts, catch up here: Creating Action – Intro Creating Action – Part One Today, … Continue reading
A few days ago, I mentioned that I had signed up for Tara Gentile‘s Creating Action course, as part of my ongoing effort to get myself and my business wrestled into some sort of manageable order. It’s a 3 … Continue reading
Today, I signed up for a 3-week course offered (for free!) by Tara Gentile, editor of Scoutie Girl. Scoutie Girl has become one of my favorite and most-relied on blogs, thanks in large part to Tara’s generous and accessible wisdom, … Continue reading