What's HappeningJuly 23, 2010
Those of you who know me IRL know we are moving. Those of you who don't now know. :P This means that I will be busy packing and moving. I will probably have all of my arts and crafts stuff (minus my life-sustaining sketchbook) packed up for a month or two.
In addition to all that, I've got the gumption to start school this next coming week (I am a proud homeschooler!) My siblings are going to wait until we move, but I don't want to work on school during next summer vacation.
So this might be keeping me from this blog:
I can't believe I'm in the 10th grade now... and getting my driver's license soon... sorry, off topic, that is not art/craft/blog related.
Not to mention that when we move, I will not have access to a internet-enabled computer for awhile... and when I do, I will have lots of I&F work.
Also, I got the student edition of Adobe CS5 as an early birthday present/school/general experience. This is MASSIVELY AWESOME SOFTWARE. I'll be spending lots of time teaching myself how to use it. ^_^
HOWEVER! I am not totally abandoning you, my dear blog readers. This summer I went on a crafting spree!
I have just made over 20 posts, and still have about 10 more crafts to take pictures of (and then I need to scan in some artwork).
I'm not going to post it all at once-- I think that makes it boring. Besides, I just did that a week or two ago!
I am using Blogger's Scheduling feature. (Have you ever noticed that scheduling is such a funny looking word? It looks like a tidal wave. And how strangely people with British accents pronounce it?) What does that mean? Every two days, until the end of August, a new post will magically appear on my blog!
Every now and then I might add a new post in the mix of all those scheduled ones.But you are assured a new post every two days! How great is that?
Don's miss a post! Remember the RSS feed I talked about? You can add this blog through the buttons on the rights sidebar. Or, you can use the ones I have embeded in this post:
ALSO! I've been running out of people to give all my crafts to. I'm considering getting an Artfire account. It is alot like Etsy-- only Artfire's Basic account is totally free. I might give it a try once we move. What do you think?
PS: Sorry this post was so long. :D I DO ramble! I'm like Dug from UP!-- I'll talk about something, and then, suddenly: SQUIRREL!