Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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

Blogging Business Artisans brings you a basketful of blogging goodies this week with posts about a new bone china line added to one member’s shop, the rituals of journaling mindfully, tips about reflection photos, a trip to a tulip festival, how to embellish a purchased bag, traveling to Lake Como, and remembering the victims of the Boston Marathon. These posts are keepers, so you’ll want to stop by and comment!

Duni of Duni’s Studio describes the beautiful line of fine bone china she has added to her shop in Sophie’s Roses & Hearts. The china, illustrated by graphic artist Sophie Allport, is a perfect fit.


Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity shares her Daily Mindfulness Journaling rituals in the hope they will encourage you to establish your mindfulness routines.


Rose of randomcreative has a wonderful post about 10 Quick Tips for Great Reflection Photos that will inspire you to take better, more playful photos.


Sharla of Beaded Tail’s cats, Angel and Isabella, tell the tale in Finally Friday of how Sharla celebrated the end of tax season by visiting the Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest.


Natasha of MermaidsWhispers shows you how to embellish a readymade clutch with burlap roses in Simple Embellished Burlap Rose Zip Pouch Tutorial.


Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers, who is back from her travels, tells us all about Lake Life :: Como, where she enjoyed an Aperol Spritz while relaxing in the old town square. When you read her post, you’ll wish you were there!


Pam of Magdalene Jewels remembers the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon in Boston Stay Strong!


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, April 17, 2017

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

Creativity and spring cleaning, as well as some clowning around, are featured in this week’s Blogging Business Artisans post round-up. Members shared tutorials for cloud sheep and a cork letter monogram, discussed decluttering projects, made jewelry, did a little kitty fishing, and celebrated the first rose of the season. Read on for more information!

Duni of Duni’s Studio shares a tutorial for making your own DIY Wolkenschรคfchen (Cloud Sheep) – Part 1 and Part 2. So cute and creative!


In Hearth and Home, Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity describes the rituals she goes through to create the perfect art space.


Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry is selling her handcrafted  (Jewish) jewelry at a spring boutique through the 23rd of this month. Read about the artisan showcase in Spring Boutique April 23.



Rose of randomcreative goes through 10 Quick Decluttering Projects to Organize Your Home after reading a helpful article on Houzz. You, too, can learn from her tips.


With tax season finally concluded, Sharla of Beaded Tail got in a little kitty fishing. Don’t know what this is? Then visit Fishin’ Friday to find out!


Ever wonder what to do with all those corks you just can’t throw away? In DIY Ombre Cork Monogram Letter Tutorial, Natasha of MermaidsWhispers describes what she did with her own supply of corks.


Have you ever heard of a rose name Nicole? The rose, probably any rose, is Pam of Magdalene Jewels’ favorite flower. In The First Rose of Spring, she describes her passion for roses.


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


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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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

This past week, Blogging Business Artisans members described a visit to an international trade fair for craft and hobby, shared a mandala printable you can color, provided historical context for Passover customs, and walked readers through an egg-decorating craft. They made Easter cards, finished tax returns, crafted starfish hairpins, and crocheted a stuffed lamb. While you visit each of these posts, take the time to comment and maybe even browse through some of the bloggers’ previous posts you may have missed.

Duni of Duni’s Studio talks about an international trade fair for craft and hobby that she visited in
Autumn / Winter 2017 Trend Report [ Crafts ].

Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity offers a free printable you can download and color in Mandala Monday – Come Grab Your Free Gift.


Learn about matzah, Pesah, Seder, Haggadah and more in Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry’s post about Passover. Below you’ll see a pair of matzah earrings, but to learn what that’s all about, you’ll have to read her interesting post.


Rose of randomcreative proves it’s not too late to decorate for Easter with a tutorial in DIY Twine Wrapped Plastic Easter Eggs with Lace and Ribbon. These are stunning little eggs!


Judy of Mister PenQuin discusses Using layered background dies to add texture to your cards, specifically a set of Easter cards.


While Sharla of Beaded Tail wraps up her clients’ tax returns, her cats, Angel and Isabella, find ways to relax in Weekend Wrap Up.


You’ll love the cute little hairpins that Natasha of MermaidsWhispers teaches you how to make in How to Make Super Simple Starfish Hairpins – Mermaid Hair Pin Tutorial.


Pam of Magdalene Jewels introduces an adorable lamb she crocheted in Lamby Makes His Stage Debut! The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf!


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

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