Monday, November 24, 2008

Artful Blogging



Artful Blogging is a beautiful and inspiring quarterly magazine published by Stampington.

My hat goes off to Stace Dumoski and Staff for finding these talented artists.




Just reading the list of bloggers published in this issue made me want to get to my computer and visit blogland!

Some of those Included are:
A Bird In The Hand; Cowboy's Sweetheart; Urban Paper Arts;

Brandywine Boutique;
Make a Moo or Two...




Pretty Petals by Heather Kowalski

" Blogging has given me the courage to start my own online boutique to share my vintage finds and artful creations. I am proud of that and feel such a sense of accomplishment being able to share my art and style with others."



Brandywine Boutique by Brandy Faulkner

Brandy's photos are incredible. She certainly knows what she is doing.

Brandy says, " Blogs are one of the doors to finding kindred souls, friends, and a place to blossom."




A Bird in the Hand by Colette Copeland
"...Little by little, people came and commented. And in this way, some friendships were forged that otherwise would not have existed..."



Liquid Sky Arts by Kathleen Rossi-Howell


"My online journal and Web site have opened doors for me that I never would have fathomed."


So, I say go buy the magazine. Carve out a little bit of time to indulge and enjoy...
Your posts may never be the same.

3 comments:

bunnytrails said...

Thanks so much for sharing this. I want to go get it right now! Where did you find it???

Nancy Elaine said...

I bought it at JoAnne's Fabric. I don't know if you have those there. Michael's might have it,but they will not let you use any coupons on books or magazines now.
(I was told to go to Michaels.com and complain about this new policy so there would be a chance they would reverse it.)
I also bought the magazine Where Women Create at JoAnne's. I will post about it later. It is beyond incredible.

mary said...

I was so sad to miss Quaint Old Homes today and now that I've heard about it, I'm really sad! I'm counting on you to post pictures - it sounds like a beautiful, happy house!