Super Simple with Terri O

This month, Eight welcomes Super Simple with Terri O to our Saturday morning how-to schedule. Each week, Terri O presents shortcuts for food, fashion and crafting as she shares tips, projects and recipes to make our hectic, busy lives just a little bit easier. Super Simple with Terri O airs Saturdays at 8:30 a.m. in Feb. 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2011 on Eight, Arizona PBS.

“Always simple, always fun” are words Terri O lives by. For nine years she has been the face of creativity for the Craft & Hobby Association's retailers, manufacturers and designers, highlighting upcoming trends as well as meeting consumer needs.

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