Hello, Glad to meet you!

I signed up for Blogging101 to learn more about making a blog.

For those of you who may have read my first writing of this post and you realize it sounds different, that’s because it is!   MY COMPUTER ATE my homework!   Yes I forgot to push that all important button that says “Save Draft” Lesson learned as I struggle to remember some of what I said the first time!

Hi, I’m Bev. I actually opened my blog earlier this spring to showcase and help the growth of our craft business. Yes I am technically challenged! (See above paragraph for example) Thanks to the response for my post for help I think I have things straightened out and hope not to make the same mistakes again…I know there’s many other mistakes I can find to make:)

The purpose of my blog is to find other people interested in hand made crafts, share information about the craft shows that we attend and about some of the methods used in creating things. I also hope to learn more by exploring some crafts that I haven’t done (yet)  while feeding my computer better to prevent random snacks! I’m also interested in organic gardening, healthier eating, better business practices,organizing inventory, etc.

If you would like to learn more about our family business, please check out our Home and About pages too. I welcome feedback and constructive criticism and meeting new people.

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2 thoughts on “Hello, Glad to meet you!

  1. Welcome to blogging! My computer often eats my homework too, but usually it’s on purpose. I get frustrated with the way my writing is going and delete it all.

    I’m craftily inclined as well, too much so for my hubby’s tastes as he funds my never ending projects. I’m a dabbler, though, I’ve never been brave enough to try to sell my crafts, so I wish you success and applaud your courage!

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  2. Thank you for taking time out of your obviously busy day to read my blog. It’s nice to meet you.

    Crafts can become a way of life, the seed planted when making Christmas gifts for family and then rooted by taking the over-abundance of potholders I started making(as a kid) to the corner store to sell enough to buy more loops. The concept has grown and I hope matured over time, but it is a business that is in constant evolution.

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