M.E. = B.E.T.H

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Blog ring and etsy mini

I am so excited, getting on some teams, blog rings, blogs in general.
I swear I learn something new about etsy every day.
But I think this weekend I am going to turn the computer off and create art, for me and for the store!

11 comments:

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Love your blog.The message in general and your beautiful work.

Mary Rogers said...

"LEAVEaTHOUGHT"...I like that. Your layout and colors are great. I agree that etsy, blogging, and creating art can be addicting, and so much fun. Good luck with your shop and blog.

Plaidfuzz said...

Good for you! I am terrible at promoting my blog.

A Keeper's Jackpot said...

Great blog! I learn a lot everyday too. I have created a 3 part series (probably more in the future) as an Etsy tutorial. Even for those who already know about Etsy maybe they can benefit from some of my advice from the experience I've had over the last several months :)

http://akeepersjackpot.blogspot.com

88words said...

Oh my gosh, I think my blog has taken over my life sometimes! You can win REALLY GOOD STUFF twice per week on my blog, where I fewature Etsy artists and they offer something up as a prize for a lucky reader. Check it out! I'll add you to my blogroll if you stop by and comment!

http://88words.typepad.com

Art Kitten said...

Love your work and your idea of taking a day and just making art. That is what I am going to do all next week :) I also noticed you like Red Otter, too. She is great :)

kiddlebug said...

I agree with the "turn off the computer" thought. It seems that I am online more than I am creating! Not good.

Helen said...

Oh well, I left you two comments when blogger was down but I thought at least one of them had made it through.

Love your blog :))

Diane Schwob Zubrick said...

I certainly can relate on turning off the computer and getting to work! I spend more time on Etsy than creating!

http://applecreekdesigns.etsy.com

With You In Mind said...

Turning the computer off is probably one of the hardest things to do. I wonder how we survived without internet and Etsy! Great blog!

Vogue Vintage Knits said...

I really like your blog and the CreataThought work!