Monday, June 04, 2007

Primitive Times Magazine June Issue Is Ready

The June 2007 FREE Primitive Times Magazine E-Issue was just released and it is a "MUST READ!" It is filled to the brim with FREE craft articles for
Fathers Day!. You definitely don't want to miss it.

You can now read your copy of the FREE June 2007 issue of Primitive Times Magazine two ways. It is available as either a
FREE .pdf e-zine issue
for you to download and or you can order a copy by mail!.

Whichever way you decide to read it Primitive Times Magazine May 2007 issue is filled to the brim with 31 pages of terrific information for crafters, small business, and website owners.

Just look at what's included:

Our June Issue was full of great Craft Ideas!

Full of wonderful crafts and business articles, Table of
Contents Below:

  • Introduction

  • Website Design Tips to Make Your Site more Attractive

  • Recipe Corner

  • How I Keep My Creative Juices Flowing

  • So You Thinking of Opening A Co-Op To Sell Your Crafts

  • Handmade Grass Soap

  • Potato Prints

  • Clock Face Tutorial

  • Featured Crafter #1

  • Baskets of Apple Roses

  • Shopping Your Local Flea Market

  • Campground Recipes

  • Tips and Ideas for Crafting

  • Father's Day Ideas

  • Featured Crafter #2

  • The #1 Mistake of Crafters With Blogs!

  • Recipe Corner 2

  • Business Success with Niki Jackson

  • Camping Tips

  • Starch Play Clay

  • Web Directory

  • Spotlight Ads

  • Prim Talk Radio Ad

  • Heartland Marketplace Ad

  • Prim Clipper Ad

  • Fathers Day Gift Ideas

  • Fathers Day Recipes

So grab your FREE June 2007 issue of Primitive Times Magazine.
CLICK to Download the FREE .pdf e-zine issue

Copyright © 2007 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Angela Wenke of Prim Talk Radio, Heartland Marketplace, Primitive
Times Magazine
, Heartland Graphics

1 comment:

Grubby Primitives said...

I love your magazine and the Prim talk radio! Thanks for all of the free information. I have implemented so many of the ideas so far. Thanks again!

New to this blogging thing,

Grubby Primitives