Hi to anyone who may be sticking with me here! Been a busy few weeks. Seems like its always feast or famine with my writing clients – everyone needing something at once leaves little time for blogging. But, hey someone’s gotta help pay to keep the lights on around here.
Anyway, found this great photography resource.
In a desperate, 11th hour attempt to save a bit of Internet history, a small group of folks have grabbed a huge chunk of the many sites once hosted on Yahoo!’s free Geocities service. While most rightly agree that many of those sites were spamfests, there were more than a few sites that are certainly […]
Rubber stamping, scrapbooking and paper crafts have always intrigued me but my oh-so-limited drawing skills have made a little easier to “just say no” to all the pretty papers, inks, embossing powders and stamps. After all, I already have enough beads, yarn and fabric to stock a small store. The idea of starting a new […]
Oh, I have so been dreading the day that Yahoo! closes GeoCities. It meant the end of many great websites, not just crafting ones. I remember the days long before there ever was a Google or blogs for that matter. Having a GeoCities site was something really special. It was like having a giant wall […]
I love fall! It’s that time of year when everyone seems to return to the regular routines that work, school and the end of summer brings. Colorful leaves and crisp temperatures inspire me to leave the lazy days of summer behind and get more serious about projects that have lingered undone. Not to say that […]
Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project is a wonderful way to bring a little art into everyone’s life. The site, brought to us by the folks at IndieFixx are hoping that by making the work of several artists available for free each month that more people will learn about each artist and hopefully bring additional pieces into their homes.