This past week, Blogging Business Artisans members blogged about a breakfast smoothie, new product introductions, an interior decorating project, autumn colors, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, crochet monsters, a mischievous cat, a magical sighthound, essential oils, and stone cabochon jewelry. As usual, our talented team of artisan/bloggers demonstrate their varied interests.
Duni of Peridot by Duni shares a refreshing recipe in Papaya Carrot Breakfast Smoothie that will certainly brighten your day.
Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity introduces us to her line of lovely Christmas angels cards in Christmas Angels Cards Now Available in My Shop!
Edi of Memories for Life shares her New Guest Books, smaller versions of the guest books that she already sells.
Paige of The Room Kit provides us with a Client Update: Holly’s House that shows photos of one of the fabulous interior decorating projects Paige tackled.
In Autumn Colors, Margaret of Splendid Little Stars reminds us that fall is not always all about gold, red, brown and yellow.
Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry reminds us in Breast Cancer Awareness Month that for every $10 jewelry purchase you make from her shop, she will make a donation to a breast cancer charity.
Sarah Beth of Magnolia Surprise shows off her crocheted monsters in So Ugly It’s Cute—and they really are adorable!
Sharla of Beaded Tail’s cat, Angel, does everything possible to catch Sharla’s attention in Finally Friday, from leaving out toys for her to trip over as she walks through a doorway to lying across her legs so Sharla can’t escape.
Jenny of The Painted Menagerie now offers individual card versions of her science paintings, and you can check them out in New in the Shop: Science Cards.
Eugenie of Mulberry Whisper combines magic with medieval flair in A Magical Sighthound in the Imaginary Garden.
In Life Lately – October DoTerra LRP Order and a Surprise Homecoming, Natasha of Stalking the Wild Snark writes about her passion for using essential oils instead of chemical products, specifically DoTerra oils.
Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers has been working her way through a series of stone cabochons gifted to her by Melinda Orr, and you can see one of her models wearing a necklace she designed in Stone Cabochon Series :: #5.
If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!
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