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Have You Heard of Artful Blogging?

A while ago we received a copy of Artful Blogging...it's so beautiful and luscious...filled with blogger's tales and dreamy photographs...we're giving away the latest copy of Artful Blogging...leave a comment below and tell us how you got started blogging. One winner will be chosen via random.org on July 4th, 2012.

From their site:
Allow yourself to be inspired as you flip through the pages of of Artful Blogging. Join along with the growing community of artful bloggers as they continue to share their mesmerizing stories and captivating photographs. This publication is filled with artistic endeavors, moments of self-discovery, tales of friendships, and much more. Get even more tips on Blogging Etiquette, How to Take Great Photos of Your Art, Blogger's Must-Haves, and How to Get Started on your own blog!

18 comments:

  1. I actually started blogging because of that magazine. I love it. It is a fantastic medium for the age of computer users and the internet.

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  2. As a teen, I enjoyed writing -- and found that as an adult, I was being drawn to it again. My sister had a blog, and it seemed like a good creative outlet to me -- so I started one. I love writing, sharing recipes, family stories, and crafts, as well as my (amateur) photography. Thanks for the chance to win! ~Sally

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  3. I started blogging due to my daughter's strong support (nagging). She told me to stop sending out almost the same email to 20 family members far away and do a blog and "let them come to you". It's fun, and a creative outlet. I'm not familiar with that magazine. Would love to have it; thanks for the chance.

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  4. I started blogging by chance!!! I used to visit some friends' blogs and once I hit Blogger button at the top and decided to give it a try!!! Since then I've learned something about blogging, but I still need to learn a lot and I think "Artful Blogging" could be very useful!!!

    Emanuela @ My little inspirations

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  5. It was actually because of Pinterest that I got started blogging. There were so many great pins that I found that led me to some WONDERFUL blogs! I started reading those and got the itch to write my own! I'm so glad I started blogging because it gave me renewed sense of motivation just when I needed it most!

    ThirdGradeIsAHoot

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  6. Would love to win this magazine as have never seen or heard of it before.

    To be honest I had never heard of blogging until a lady editor of a magazine who printed some of my work said I should have a blog so more people could see my creations. It was very scary at first and hadn't a clue how to manage it, but now a couple of years on, I really enjoy it and have made so many online friends. Annette x

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  7. I started to share our lives better with family who lives far away. It has now bloomed into something so fun and such a blessing as we learn others stories and follow their adventures too.

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  8. I love Artful Blogging - so inspirational - and interesting to see all the different takes on blogs...I started blogging to keep an artist's journal...I wanted to keep a journal for some time - but the paper and pen were never connecting...for some reason, keyboard and camera are better tools for me to record my everyday observations on my artistic life...

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  9. I started blogging to share my knitting designs. The blog ventures into writing about the running races I enjoy, my quilting projects, funny stories from my teen girls and faith.

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  10. I actually have been struggling on that. I want to focus on crafts and tutorials.

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  11. I had a friend who blogged and it just seemed like a fun and creative hobby, so I thought about it for about a year and then jumped in. But I really committed and started enjoying it when I created a blog for my sewing guild!

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  12. I love the creative outlet and social networking that blogging provides. I dreamed about blogging for months and months, then I made that dream come true.

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  13. I started blogging about 4.5 years ago because I was a beginning scrapbooker and I wanted to meet and share pictures with people who shared my love of all things paper-it was a stressful time in my life and blogging was great therapy :)

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  14. I started blogging when I started my new non-profit for babies.

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  15. I love that magazine! It is quite expensive, but worth it for the inspitation! I started blogging on my personal blog, just to record my life and share my experiences, mostly as they relate to having a child with a learning disability. I also have a crafting blog and started it because I love all things creative. It has evolved from just crafting to baking and cooking as well! I love your blog too, it is so helpful to me!

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  16. What a great magazine! I started blogging as therapy after my brother was killed by a drunk driver. I needed a place where I could get out of my head and put my grief in a positive direction. It really helped and has been a source of joy for me. :)

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  17. I started blogging because I wanted to share the deals that I was finding...in a positive and joyful way.

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  18. I love Artful Blogging!! I started my blog as a sort of online journal of my paintings, drawings, knitting projects etc. but I started interviewing other creative women, and I've been having so much fun learning about and being inspired by the women I meet that it's become the focus for my blog. I just discovered the Blog Guidebook... I'm sure I'll meet more creative women here!

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