How cool - I will go check it out! Love your jewelry! I am getting a kiln next week - do you have any tips?XOOXJen
Good advice! I'm waay behind you when it comes to readers but I love to blog. ♥ Maria-Thérèse blog.afiori.com ♥
Lori thats a great article you wrote!
Already check it out this morning...what a great article! Lots of great tips! Thanks for sharing.
Subscribing to your blog is like getting a hit of yummy chocolate in my In Box ! I'm not yet selling my refashioned jewelry from old costume jewelry but I am writing about beaders, the creative process and women around the world. It's those words I want to get out there!!
Some very valuable information. Thanks for sharing!
Hi Lori,I love the idea of adding the mini etsy to my blog and I had always wondered how to do it. Your article on Art Bead Scene Blog inspired me to try to figure it out. I googled "mini etsy" and found a youtube video that did a great job explaining how to do it. (Funny thing, I had never noticed on my etsy page those little words "mini etsy" on the left hand side near the bottom! But even if I had, once I got to those dreaded words "HTML" I probably would have stopped dead in my tracks! HTML and MSDOS are both in the same dreaded boat for me, and it's the boat of fear.) But anyway, the youtube video I found worked perfectly, and I now am the proud owner of a mini etsy on my blog. Thanks to your nudging. Wooo-hoooo! And here's the link: www.HuntingtonBeachBeads.blogspot.com
Hey ABS celebrity!!! haaaaaaa Have a great (and productive) weekend!! Jen
I really enjoyed your article. Lots of good advice- Thanks!
Lori - I commended you on the Art Bead Scene blog comment. Great tips - I really appreciate them being new to the blog scene. I could sit and read blogs for hours and hours - so many interesting people out there...but then I wouldn't get any work done. I will definitely have to stop here for a while and do some reading...beautiful work.
I appreciate comments! <3