Monday, March 21, 2016

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

This past week, Blogging Business Artisans members blogged about breakfast foods, creative projects, supporting a Spin-a-Thon, traveling to Indianapolis, spring jewelry and clothing trends, a fate-tempting cat, hand block-printed shawls, an easy budgeting strategy, and the legend of the Blarney stone. Spring is definitely in the air with these varied posts!

Duni of Peridot by Duni shares some delicious-but-healthy breakfast options in Healthy Breakfast.

Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity hints at some creative projects in the works in Creative Projects: A Round Up.

Edi of Memories for Life develops some new product items to support a local Relay for Life Spin-a-Thon event in Spin-a-Thon.

In Day Trip: Indianapolis, Paige of The Room Kit and her husband make the rounds of Indy City, sharing great food and interesting sights.

Linda B. of Linor Store Jewelry highlights spring jewelry trends in Spring Trends.

Sharla of Beaded Tail’s cat, Isabella, tempts fate in Tortie Tuesday. Only she knows for sure what really happens next!

Eugenie of Mulberry Whisper discusses the difference between manufactured and hand block-printed Russian shawls in Rose Evening - a Real Hand Block Printed Russian Shawl.

Natasha of Stalking the Wild Snark discusses how to trim your budget with no fuss in How We Keep Tabs on Our Spending Without a Complicated Budget.

Katrin of Katrinshine accompanies spring floral fashions with some of her own jewelry designs in Flowers and spring clothes.

Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers celebrates an early spring with dragonfly pendants in Punxsutawney [Might] Have Predicted An Early Spring.

RenĂ©e of Nouveau Niche relates the legend of the Blarney stone in Kiss Me, I’m Irish (Sort of).

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

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AntiquityTravelers said...

Lovely round up Judy - thanks for keeping these going!

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