Welcome New Followers!!
I have new followers to welcome today!!! I have reached over 100 followers today and I would like to say to everyone that I am so grateful to have met all of you! I adore my blog so much- I cannot imagine going back to not blogging. I have met so many incredible people and I have received so much kindness- I am very, very grateful. Since I have started blogging I have even changed my attitude a bit. Now, when I feel down and I feel like complaining I think to myself "is that something I would like to blog about and have people read?" Believe it or not, blogging has improved my attitude and even spurred me on to try to finish projects! So, lets meet some new people, shall we?
Kim from http://kimsminiatures.blogspot.com/ and http://itsaminiaturelifedolls.blogspot.com/ has stopped by. Many mini bloggers already know Kim. She creates the most amazing displays in miniature- lots of baking related things- and she is so excellent at this that if you visit her blog you may think you are visiting a real bakery. I've been reading her blog for awhile (I don't comment often Kim) and I have to say also that she is one of the kindest and warmest bloggers you will meet. I am so happy you visited me Kim, thank you for stopping by!
Next is Alex from http://maliceinunderland.blogspot.com/ Oh my goodness, I ADORE this blog. Alex is an artist and sculptor. Alex's sculptures are amazing- and her paintings are gorgeous. I will defenitely be spending some time reading backwards in her blog. This is one talented gal- she has an etsy store too- you have to check her out! http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6598819 So glad you stopped by Alex!
I was also visited by Nuri from http://mininuris.blogspot.com/ Nuri is from Spain and is interested in dollhouse miniatures too. She is fairly new to blogging and is working on a Rome Shabby Chic dollhouse. She is in the process of making roof tiles from tongue depressors- so much work- but should look so sweet with all the little rounded edge tiles! So nice to meet you Nuri! Good luck on your roof- I cannot wait to see pictures of your progress :)