Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Caring, Sharing Bloggers (Post 31)

This year it has been my intention to interact more with other artisans, and even join some Challenges.  I like popping into my virtual friends blogs, joining them on their journeys as its very uplifting and inspiring.  Today it dawned on me that a lot of these talented people promote their beautiful products on their websites/blogs by offering 'Giveaways', which in turn means people can have a peek at their Craft and get to see firsthand the skills involved - something that sometimes gets overlooked!

Let's be honest, we all like the chance of a 'freebie', and usually one of the only things you need to do to participate is to leave comments on their website.  Quite often you find out about it 'too' late.  So, I have added a new Feature Link to my blog: Lovely Bloggers Giveaways, by clicking on this link it will take you to their page and there you will find details how to Enter their generous 'giveway'.

To start off my 1st link is to Laura Sparling, but be quick ... it ends very soon!  Keep an eye out on my links and as I come across others, I'll pass them on.  Good Luck ... off to enter myself, I'd love to win the Cupcake Bracelet, Laura's beads are just amazing!

Part 2: Polymer Goodies Revealed to follow soon ... 

'Keep Watching, and I'll Keep Blogging'



  1. Following Giveaway links has been a great way for me to find other designers with similar interests! I've even won a Giveaway recently for an Origami Jewelry Book using silver metal clay! I plan to host a Giveaway soon and I'm reading up on the how-to's and what-not-to-do's. Thanks for the handy link!

    P.S. I mentioned your kindness and your blog in my post last night. I made my first polymer clay cane inspired by your Polymer Goodies post.

  2. I agree, you come across some great sites which you may never have seen otherwise. Let me know when your ready for your 'Giveaway' event and I'll post a link.

    Thanks for 'blogging me', I popped across for a quick peek and left a comment. Black/white cane, good choice - very versatile. You could make a load of 'spacer' beads, they always come in handy!


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