December is a busy month as we approach the holidays, but Blogging Business Artisans members find time to blog about such varied topics last as holiday cheer, drawing a mythological goddess, a new kitchen table, a beautiful sunset, Hanukkah, a cat’s perspective on getting ready for company, pumpkin pie bars, an amulet bag, and art that has “gone to crap.” (You’ll have to read further to learn more about that last topic!)
Duni of Peridot by Duni discovers some holiday spirit in Monday Moodboard while dealing with a difficult family situation.
Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity offers drawing lessons depicting the mythological goddess, Freya, in Come Learn to Draw Freya With Me.
After waiting for six months for a back order to come through, Paige of The Room Kit adds a crisp white tulip table to her dining area in Kitchen Progress: Table Edition. The addition brightens up the entire area.
In Sunset, Margaret of Splendid Little Stars hints at a story. How do you think it begins? What happens when the sun sets?
Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry shares a little bit of history and some of her family’s traditions in Hanukkah.
Sarah Beth of Magnolia Surprise gets a special gift in A Kitty Surprise – Warm Heart Wednesday when her granddaughter visits her.
Sharla of Beaded Tail ‘s cat, Angel, reports on A Little of This and That . . . as the house gets cleaned for Grandpa’s visit.
Jenny of The Painted Menagerie is excited about the newest Christmas cards in her shop, which are based on one of her cute hedgehog paintings. The cards are available individually and in packs of five. Visit her post, Christmas Cards: Under the Mistletoe, to get a peek.
In Greek Yogurt Pumpkin Pie Bars, Natasha of Stalking the Wild Snark comes up with a creative pick-me-up dessert that hits the spot when her husband is feeling poorly over Thanksgiving.
Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers blends two cultures in Amulet Bag: Blending Ancient Egypt and Native American, providing a little history lesson along the way.
Renée of Nouveau Niche will make you chuckle when you read her post’s title, Pass the bamboo; my art has finally gone to crap, but you’ll have to read the entire post to find out what she means. See the photo below for a hint!
If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!
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