Screaming Sardine

There's no way I can describe myself & my blog in a catchy little tagline!

Followers Friday #9

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Here’s another edition of Followers Friday, where I put the spotlight on my public followers. I go chronologically from oldest follower to newest. If I’ve skipped you, please email me at iluvffmn at yah00 d0t com. Many people do not have their urls linked up in their profile. :(

Don’t forget to read and sign up for the latest giveaway Gale of Paper Whimsy. The giveaway is your choice of ten of her beautiful collage sheets.

Now on to this week’s spotlight!

Dee from Deelicious Sweets shares some of her yummy recipes! She describes her blog thusly: “Once upon a time, I had a baking business called Deelicious Sweets. Deelicious Sweets took off like mad and I could no longer keep up with it without depriving my family of the attention they needed. I decided to give it up. I still enjoy baking and since I can no longer provide my goodies by way of delivery, I blog my recipes so everyone around the world can make it for themselves and their families to enjoy….”

Mary from Redo 101 features some great diy and craft projects on her blog. Her profile states that she’s “a country girl living in the suburbs. I’m all about thrifting, yard saling, and making things look new on a Dave Ramsey budget. When not blogging, I homeschool my kids, pet and feed the dog, and work crossword puzzles with my hubs.”

Amy’s blog is called Happy Little Party “because there is always a reason to celebrate!” What a nice philosophy! Her profile states: “I love to celebrate all of life’s little joys with family and friends. And really, aren’t there so many things to celebrate!? This blog is to compile my favorite party ideas, cakes, games, and food all in one place. Occasionally the crafting bug hits me and there may be some of that too.”

Grace is quite the prolific blogger, having three public blogs: Guarded Heart,Called to Creativity, Cream of the Crop Photo, and a couple private ones.

Hannah blogs at Living Life: Hannah Style!” She’s from a “little town in Southern Ohio. I’m a freshman at Shawnee State University and Majoring in Photography. [She has lovely photographs on her blog!] I love to laugh and have a good time with friends and family. I love life.”

Berendina from The Art of Baking is a 20 year old Canadian and describes herself as having “a strong passion for baking/ pastry arts. I also like writing and photography.” She also blogs about product reviews and coupon updates.

Gustosa Giveaways is a blog filled with a variety of giveaways. She lives in Japan and is a stay at home mom.

Roni blogs at Beads by Roni, which is filled with all sorts of beaded beautiful creations. She writes: “I have a passion for beaded jewelery, I love playing at home with those little beads, creating beautiful jewelery and learning new techniques.”

Kim from Kim’s Domestic Bliss blogs about all kinds of creative things to do while being thrifty. Her profile, in part, states: “Life took an interesting turn for our family last year when we found out that at 41 years old I was expecting our little miracle. I hope that this blog will inspire you with new and exciting ways to transform your home no matter what your style. Come along with me in what is sure to be an adventure in thrifting, yardsale-ing and the overall thrill of the hunt!”

Alexandra lives in Sweden and blogs at Ropcorn. She has lovely pictures of Sweden, a place I contemplated moving to at one time. She shares her life “with my lovely dog Lisen, 10 years old. I love to write and take pics so I update my blog frequently with photos and posts about my life.”

Sharon blogs at Plumrose Lane, which “is a little corner of my imagination where I create original graphic designs and tutorials for blogland and beyond… My desire is to empower new bloggers through the use of my handmade tutorials and add a bit of whimsical magic to the internet. My name is Sharon, and I serve as ‘Curator of whimsical treasures’ and ‘Purveyor of phantasmagorical designs’ here at Plumrose Lane, where creativity is my muse and color, my constant inspiration. The Dirt: After years of working the corporate grind I’m happily working from my in-home studio creating graphic images while attending collage for my BFA in Art Education and enjoying the life of a full time Mom.”

When you have the time, check out her tutorials as there are some really good ones on there! Sharon also has monthly giveaways of gift certificates to her Etsy shop where you can get banners (“buttons” to most of you, but I love someone using the word “banners” again), digital collage sheets, and more.

Written by Screaming Sardine

July 29th, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Posted in followers fridays