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Watch Me Create Asks YOU!

Watch Me Create has moved!

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Old landscape painting glaze glass habbits

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Taking the Day Off

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Watch Me Create Blog Carnival

Do you write about your creative process like we do here on Watch Me Create? Would you like to? Now is your chance for our readers to see what you are up to.

Watch Me Create has started a blog carnival to highlight your posts that talk about your creative process, how you create your art beads and come up with designs. Write a post like that and then submit them to our blog carnvial here. Once you get there, just click the orange box that says “Submit Your Blog Article to this Carnival.” The deadline is the 10th of each month and will be published here, or at someone else’s site if you want to host a month. Drop Lori an email if you’d be interested in hosting.

What is a blog carnival?
It is one post on a blog that is written to incorporate lots of links to posts relevant to the topic for that month. Throughout the month bloggers submit links to their posts and the blog host compiles them in a readable manner. The benefit is, you as a reader don’t have to search the internet for juicy content and you the blogger get traffic to your site.

Try it out!

Watch Me Create Blog Carnival

Lori Greenberg blogs about beads and the business of beads from her studio in Cave Creek, Arizona. You can see more of her beads at her web site: www.lorigreenberg.com.