Monday, February 1, 2016

This Week's Featured Blog Posts from Blogging Business Artisans Members

While rain and snow deluged or blanketed the landscape in various locations during the last couple of weeks, lots of blogging took place by Blogging Business Artisans. Team members blogged about comfort food recipes, e-course art, a gift basket, dreams about downsizing, Hebrew New Year, goals for 2016, a hoped-for trip to Alaska, inspirational reading, discovering your purpose, and new watercolor art. You’ll find at least one post below that will be among your favorites.

Duni of Peridot by Duni has been craving comfort food to chase away the winter chill. Check out her current favorites in 6 delicious comfort food recipes.


Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity shares the work of students in her latest e-course in Wonderful Students and Wonderful Art.


Edi of Memories for Life tells us about the gift basket she won back in November from fellow team member Linda P. in Gift Basket Goodies.


Paige of The Room Kit dreams of downsizing in Tiny House Tour: Frazzled Edition.


If you have ever wondered what the tree motif signifies that is included on many of Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry ‘s designs, it ties in with Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for Trees in the Hebrew Calendar. Read Linda’s post to learn more.




Sharla of Beaded Tail ‘s cats, Isabella and Angel, reveal that their “mommy” wants to go to Alaska to see a moose this year in BBArtisans Challenge: 2016 Hopes and Plans.


Looking for inspirational reading? Look no further than 5 Afternoon reads that will change you life, recommended by Natasha of Stalking the Wild Snark.


Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers is looking for that calm spot in the middle of the proverbial snowstorm these days in It’s a Snow Globe World.


In Rainy, Rainy Season, Linda P. of Pruitt Supply shares her need for clarifying her purpose to determine her focus.


Renée of Nouveau Niche offers a thank you PDF of her latest watercolor design to her Patreon Patrons called “Love is all you need.” If you’re not a patron, you can still purchase this lovely work of art from Renee’s shops. Visit Love is all you need… 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, January 18, 2016

This Week's Featured Blog Posts from Blogging Business Artisans Members

This past week, Blogging Business Artisans members blogged about a new recipe for vegetarians, abstract art, a Rambler named Gladys, using candle holders as cosmetics containers, participating in a Pinterest Party, a paper crafter’s giveaway, a cat who battles monsters, 2016 goals, matching up seasons with their own special activities, and a tribute to David Bowie. Please stop by to read and comment on these posts.

If you’ve ever wondered what to do with persimmons, then read no further than Duni of Peridot by Duni‘s colorful Persimmon Pasta Salad recipe.


Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity shares her enjoyment of Working in the Abstract with a new video.


Edi of Memories for Life introduces us to Gladys, her newly-painted fourth generation Rambler, named for her great-grandmother who owned it once upon a time, in Meet Gladys.


Paige of The Room Kit has a brainstorm when she decides to use pretty white candle holders as makeup tool holders in Makeup Storage IKEA Hack.


Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry participates in a Pinterest Party on Sundays. You can, too—read about the rules through Linda’s post, Sun. Pinterest Party.


Judy of Mister PenQuin urges paper crafters to enter a drawing in Giveaway: Spellbinders® Love Locket die set. Visit her post to see examples of what you can create with these dies.


In Fright Night, Sharla of Beaded Tail’s cat, Angel, keeps the alleged monsters at bay by swatting and whapping.


Natasha of Stalking the Wild Snark identifies her most important objectives in Goals for 2016.


Linda P. of Pruitt Supply explains how each season, for her, has its own special activitiy in The ‘Seasonal Rhythms’ of Life.


Renée of Nouveau Niche writes a David Bowie tribute in At the Centre of It All, Your Eyes, Your Eyes.


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

© 2016 Blogging Business Artisans (text only). All rights reserved. The images in these posts belong to the writers of the referenced posts, or were used with permission by these writers. They may not be reproduced without permission under any circumstances. 

Monday, January 11, 2016

This Week's Featured Posts from Blogging Business Artisans

This past week, Blogging Business Artisans members blogged about DIY spring crafts, an online artist community you can join, personalized best sellers, 2016 goals, a jewelry auction, the new Square contactless and chip card reader, a cat toy product review, a paper napkin rings tutorial, and crowdfunding your art. You never know what to expect from our bloggers, and this week’s offerings are no exception!

Duni of Peridot by Duni tours six different DIY projects you’ll want to try, including the bow templates shown below, in 6 Easy DIY Spring Crafts.


Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity is offering a giveaway for membership to her Curiously Gorgeous Sisterhood online artist community in It’s Curious, It’s Gorgeous, and for Now It’s Free. If you miss the giveaway’s deadline, you can still join for £99 (approximately $152) a year, payable in affordable installments.


Edi of Memories for Life points out that personalized items sell well in Top Sellers for 2015, beginning with her laser-engraved cutting boards featuring real handwriting.


Paige of The Room Kit outlines her goals, rather than resolutions, in 2016 Goals, beginning with “Expand my reach.”


You can preview some of the items that Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry is offering to sell in Facebook Auction – Date Changed to 1/18/16.


Judy of Mister PenQuin reviews Square’s newest contactless and chip card reader in My new square reader finally arrived.


In Just a Little Too Little, Sharla of Beaded Tail ‘s cat, Angel, gives the Kong Active Triangle Play Mat a “one paw” rating.


Natasha of Stalking the Wild Snark is back with another free printable, this time some festive napkin rings in DIY Wedding Floral Paper Napkin Rings Tutorial & Printable.


Renée of Nouveau Niche shares a preview of the coloring pages she offers when you subscribe to her crowd funding page on Patreon in New January Pages Being Posted Soon!


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

© 2016 Blogging Business Artisans (text only). All rights reserved. The images in these posts belong to the writers of the referenced posts, or were used with permission by these writers. They may not be reproduced without permission under any circumstances.