Blog Tipping – December

December 1, 2006 at 11:48 pm 1 comment

Blog Tipping

Well, it’s December 1st and that means that it’s blog tipping day! Here are my three recommended blogs for this month:

About: Jewelry Making & Jewelry & Beading are two blogs written by my fellow b5media blogger, Tammy Powley. Tammy shares her years of jewelry making wisdom with a real flair for tackling topics we all wonder about. She has project ideas, tips for newbies and does it all with a real flair. Visit her blogs and enjoy her expertise.

Katie Hacker’s Beading Blog – Katie shows us her latest jewelry creations and even has a regular email newsletter with lots of tips and tricks. I read her blog often and think you’ll enjoy it too.

The Jewelry Blog – This blog is the place to see the latest designs and piecs from Cluny Grey. If you are like me and love to just look through beautiful jewelry, this is a blog you won’t want to miss. Check it out!

piecesorry about November’s blog tipping omission – I was busy setting up and starting to blog for three new blogs. I just forgot to do it. Not to worry, I’m back on schedule watch for blog tipping each month on this blog on the first day of the month. Happy Holidays!!

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  • 1. Tammy  |  December 3, 2006 at 1:09 am

    Thanks for tipping me!


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