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If you’ve swung by the site recently, ya might’ve noticed it’s been given a fresh coat of
paint amazeballs (if you’re like me and swear by your Google Reader, then come on by!). If you’ve been here before, you might remark, “I don’t notice nothin’! It all looks the same to me!” And….you’d be right. While I wanted to site to look the same (Bekky Pollock knocked it out of the park when she designed it for me back at the end of 2010), I wanted to switch the platform over to WordPress from html. While my blog’s been running on WordPress since the beginning of time this site, the rest of the site only got updated when I forced my husband to sit in a chair and update it for me. So not a cool, wife-y thing to do. Thankfully, Brian Perry hit it out of the park in transferring everything over without a hitch, and while it was finished a few weeks ago, I’ve been making some updates in the meanwhile simply ’cause I can! Here’s what’s new:
From Tara: Tara Sroka Designs offers various graphic design services, resources for photographers, custom scrapbooks and invitations.
From Maggie: Maggie Rose Interiors is based in Seattle, WA. We specialize in creating homes that feel like home – layered, collected, and designed with your taste and your family in mind. We love to mix flea market finds with designer fabrics and beautiful art. We’ll help you form a vision for your home, and bring it to life!
From Michelle: To be honest, this is the ad that kicked the others into gear! I finally got an email asking about ad availability for “a printing company that makes nice calendars and party invitations, amongst other things.” I’ve been contacted about ad space before, but usually for hot tubs and other such nonsense that doesn’t belong here. But this seemed like a great fit! I was surprised to see that the printing company was Vistaprint (I was expecting more of a Mom-and-Pop-ish place), but since I’ve been a Vistaprint-er for years, I was happy to support them (and have them support me!). And for serious, never go to Vistaprint without checking out Coupon Cabin first.
Anything you want out of the site? Anything you’d like me to offer and I’m, well, not? Let me know – I’d be happy to hear it!Link Love