Monday, March 20, 2017

This Week's Blogging Business Artisans Featured Member Blog Posts

This week's Blogging Business Artisans member blog posts covered a delicious variety of topics, including no-bake cookies, sweet Easter images, a handmade card, a book review, relaxing after a long time change week, a look at the color green, and a class on how to create textures in Photoshop!

Rose of random creative created No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies just like grandma used to make!


Duni of Duni’s Studio is looking forward to Easter with Sombunny loves you.



Judy of MisterPenQuin likened crafting a handmade card to coloring with even more toys tools. Stop by Sunday afternoon at the kitchen table for a look at her creative process and most recent handmade card!



Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity wrote Book review : Uncharted. Stop by to learn about this journey through the realms of the soul and mind.  


Sharla of Beaded Tail’s girl Angel is very glad it's Finally Friday. After a rough time change week, many of us can sympathize!



Curious about how to create layered textures? Natasha of MermaidsWhispers has a new class showing How to Make Layered Textures for photography and graphic design!


Pam of Magdalene Jewels participated in this month's March Challenge - The Color Green. Did you know green isn't actually Ireland's national color? Stop by to learn more!



If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!

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Monday, March 13, 2017

This Week's Blogging Business Artisans Featured Member Blog Posts

It's a busy time of year for Blogging Business Artisans team members, but ladies still found time to post on their blogs! Posts this week include a lovely necklace from a "UFO," nourishing books, multi-media art, the Jewish holiday Purim, a history of the Tappan Zee Bridge, a goat milk bath soak recipe, musings on the past week, and an e-book filled with photography tips!

Cynthia of AntiquityTravelers has a problem most crafters are familiar with - UFOs. Stop by UFOs :: Flipping the Rorschach to see how she transformed one awkward UFO into a lovely piece!


Looking for a good read? Duni of Duni’s Studio gave a concise, informative review of 3 books to keep body, mind and spirit entertained.



Judy of MisterPenQuin enjoys how handmade paper flowers turn out a bit different each time. Stop by Flower variations using Donna Salazar Carnation Creations dies to see some of her latest work!



Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity always creates such lovely multi-media pieces! Stop by Collaged background fun for a look at one of her latest creations. 


Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry is always a font of Judaica knowledge! Stop by What is Purim? to learn more about this joyous Jewish holiday.


Rose of random creative spent the last several months updating and adding to her photography e-book. This week she announced The Official Re-Release of Jewelry and Other Small Item Photography!


Sharla of Beaded Tail’s are glad it's Finally Friday after a long week with technical difficulties.



Do you need to unwind? Natasha of MermaidsWhispers created a soothing Goat Milk Bath Soak Recipe that's sure to help you relax!


Pam of Magdalene Jewels provides some interesting history of the Tappan Zee Bridge in her latest installment of Along the Hudson.



If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!

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Monday, March 6, 2017

This Week's Featured Posts from Blogging Business Artisans Members

Blogging Business Artisans are hitting the ground running in March! From lovely murals in Florida to illustrated notecards, multimedia art, a spring mindset cleaning, a kitty backpack, a humorous look at yarn, a historic house tour, a handmade contest, and more, this week's posts are sure to have something for everyone!

Cynthia of AntiquityTravelers recently time in Florida. Stop by St Petersburg :: City of Murals to see some of gorgeous street art she experienced!


Duni of Duni’s Studio spread joy this week with Happy Mail! Stop by for a lovely selection of illustrated cards that will help you send smiles in the mail.



Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity made a video showing her creative process in Morning pages: shimmer and shine. Stop by for soothing music and lovely art!


Paige of The Room Kit took readers on a Historic House Tour: The Wrigley Mansion. (Yes, like Wrigley gum!). Stop by for views of a sunning house that's on the market for 'only' 7.15 million!

Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry asks everyone to Please Vote for her piece in a handmade contest.

Rose of random creative reminds us of how important it is to create goals and follow thought with them in 2017 Goals Update: February. Her detailed tracking is informative and inspirational!


Judy of MisterPenQuin took a lighthearted approach to explaining her yarn stash in Enter at your own risk.

Sharla of Beaded Tail’s kitties are hard at working helping her with tax season! They shared their work so far, and how they get distracted, in Finally Friday



Natasha of MermaidsWhispers launched a new, free 5 day challenge course. Stop by Wellbeing Wednesday - Spring Clean your Mindset to find out more!


Pam of Magdalene Jewels shared fun way to let you kitty see the world in Kitty - NY Style!



If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!

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