First, my website and blog were created on www.weebly.com. You are viewing a template which I customized. They make it so easy for you navigate your way around when setting things up. There are many templates from which to choose, slideshow capabilities, multiple pages, etc. I love weebly. As I've gained a little more knowledge, I have wished for a few more more bells and whistles, (AND SPELL CHECK!) But hey, this is a FREE site. So, I really shouldn't complain. And it may be that I just haven't figured things out yet. Like this morning, I stumbled upon more things that I'm able to do here, like tilt my photo, and give it that little burnt edge. I did not know how to do that when I started writing this post. So, weebly is my first little secret I'll share.
Here's the link: www.moo.com.
And finally, there are the folks at Stampington and Company. They produce such great publications. Now, I am light years away from the blogs they feature here. But Artful Blogging is such an inspiration. It is full of blogs that are so visually pleasing, it is eye candy for my soul. It comes out every quarter and I can't wait for the next issue. One day, I hope the page you're reading will look like the ones featured in this publication. Until then, you'll just have to wait patiently as I take these baby steps. Here is the link to that company. www.stampington.com . If you love arts and crafts, they probably have a publication for you, even if you have no interest in blogging yourself.