Friday, February 3, 2012

New Blog Look ~ Guest Post ~ Projects to Share


What must I do to ensure peace of mind?
Is the answer I'm seeking too hard to find?
How can I know what God wants me to be?
How can I tell what's expected of me?
Where can I go for guidance and aid
To help me correct the errors I've made?
The answer is found in doing three things
And great is the gladness that doing them brings-
Do justice, love kindness, walk humbly with God-
For with these three things as your rule and your rod,
All things worth having are yours to achieve
If you follow God's words, have faith to believe.
~ Helen Steiner Rice ~

Thanks for stopping by today my friends.  I wanted to share with you today that my sweet online friend Holly from 2911 Jeremiah Avenue Blog has asked me to be a guest on her blog today as a “Woman of Hope”.  


Each month she features someone different.  I was humbled by her request.  You can find her interview with me here:  Abby as Guest at 2911 Jeremiah Avenue

 
Do you like the new look of my blog?  I know I sure do.  I felt congested before in my little blog space and feel like I’ve moved from a tiny apartment to a spacious cottage by the sea.  The credit for this beautiful blog design and header goes to Susan at Starsunflower Studio. 

When I saw her work, I knew I had found what I was looking for.  Susan offers so many different templates, brushes, digital stamps, blogger backgrounds, tutorials and so much more.  Many of the items she has are free, and others are reasonably priced in her Starsunflower Studio Digital Goods Shop.  She’s a pro!!  Thank you Susan for all your hard work!  I love it.  



It makes me so happy when I see projects that others have made using images I’ve offered.  Here are a few that I’ve seen recently.

Card by Bernadette at Blissful Bits and Pieces
 
Card by Cathy at A Surcee Life
Digital Tag by Shoregirl's Creations

 

I have just started a new Pinterest Board and will be pinning projects that have been made using my free digital images.  If you have made something using my images, please send me an email with a link to your project and I will add it to the board.

You can check out the board here, I’ve already added some projects that I knew about. Projects made from my free graphics.   

You can view all my pinterest boards here Little Birdie Blessings on Pinterest

If you have a project you’ve made using scripture from the Bible, I’d love to have you consider linking it up each Thursday right here at Little Birdie Blessings.  This week’s Scripture Thursday Linky Party is still open.  You can see the previous post or click here:  Scripture Thursday.


Thanks so much for stopping by today. 


15 comments:

Donata @ DK's Craft Cafe said...

Great new look, Abby!
Congratulations!
And being a guest blogger - you deserve it.
You lift many harts :)
Thanks

Renee said...

Good morning Abby :)

Karen Murray said...

I love your new blog look! It's fantastic! Thanks for sharing the info on Starsunflower...great stuff there. Have a great weekend!

Kay Wallace said...

Congrats x 2, Abby! First, on the wonderful new look--refreshing! Second, of course, on being a guest blogger! Your reputation is growing, and justly so. You do much to inspire us all, bot by Word and by art! Thanks! (I am just north of Boston...we are practically neighbors!)

Pam said...

Your blog looks beautiful, and I appreciate the info about Starsunflower studio. Congratulations on being a guest blogger!

NickelNook said...

Your blog is really beautiful, Abby! Woohoo for your Guest DT spot! What a lovely honor! Your images are all so pretty, as are the projects created with them! Some day I'll have colored ink and will be able to use them! lol I'm off to check out your links, and yesterdays post as well. For some reason it didn't come to my reader so I thought it had been delayed! Hope your weekend is full of JOY!...Nancy :o)

Shelley said...

Love, love, love the new blog look! It's awesome....just like you! :) Thanks for ALWAYS being an inspiration! God bless you! <3

Shelley
http://carleys-closet.blogspot.com

Traci S. said...

Your blog looks great, Abby! Your interview on that blog was wonderful! It showed your enthusiasiasm about sharing about the Lord, and your beautiful Vintage Art.

Abby, you did a fabulous job sharing your love of the Lord with your art inter-mingled in the interview. How wonderful to be chosen...an honor. (Beautiful family photo by the way.)

This was very inspiring to read!

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Traci Starkweather

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Sü Smith said...

Aww, thanks so much for mentioning me Abby! You definitely are a woman of hope and have a very strong gift of encouragement. It's so interesting how we connected right at a time when I was going through one of the most difficult phases of my life. It's awesome how God is working through you in such wonderful ways. You are a true blessing for all of us. ♥ ::hugs::

Mrs. Smith said...

I so enjoyed reading your guest post over at Holly's!! And, your blog looks fabulous!! Have a blessed weekend, dear Abby!! :)

Little Birdie Blessings said...

Thank you everyone. Your comments have warmed my heart like I'm wrapped up in a beautiful handmade quilt. You're all very dear to me. ~ Abby

Holly said...

It has been so exciting to have you on my blog! You are much loved and a blessing to so many!!
Hugs!
holly

Cathy L. Calamas said...

oh my goodness! Thank you Abby for featuring one of my cards. You always have the most beautiful vintage images.
Blessings!!

Marcia said...

Hi Abby, just stopping by from Holly's. Loved reading your interview/feature. Thank you for sharing His love and His hope.
LOVE your blog title and the header graphic is gorgeous.
Looking forward to visiting so I added you to my sidebar blogroll to not miss a thing.
Much love!!

lambs and ivy designs said...

Hi Abby,
I stopped by after reading your guest post on Holly's blog!

I wante to come by and thank you for sharing your faith!!

By the way..I loved your picture of you, your Mom and daughter! Three beautiful generations!!
God bless you!

Hugs,
Dana