Congrats to Bev, Jaime, Mary and Mary! Thanks to everyone who entered!
I can’t believe it! Today I’ve been blogging here for 4 years. For those of you who’ve not been around here since then, Bloom, Bake & Create came into being because of another website I blogged at called Heartwriting.
Heartwriting was all about writing and I even offered online classes. However, the more I blogged, the more I wanted to write about other topics besides just getting in touch with our feelings through words. My last online class, Monthly Write 2009, was bordering on scrapbooking as I was moving into that and art journals. I started this blog to write about gardening, baking, and creating. I realized I loved blogging about those topics and eventually closed the heartwriting site. I still believe writing is important, but no longer see it as my calling.
Over the four years this blog has evolved into more of a craft/art blog although I still like to blog from time-to-time about gardening and baking. What really pushed me into the transition was my two-year writing gig for The Evansville Courier & Press where I wrote a column about local artists and crafters. You can find those columns at the top under Courier Columns. The artists I met really inspired me to spend more time creating and that’s where I am now.
Anyway, enough about history! Since I’m celebrating I wanted to you help me celebrate by taking part in my giveaway. I am going to give away 4 prizes to 4 readers who comment on this blog post. And since I love ice dyeing, all four pieces are ice dyed. The first piece is one I dyed last winter. This is a fat quarter.
The next fat quarter is one of my original ice dyed fabric.
So all you have to do to enter is to comment on this blog post. This giveaway is open to everyone reading this blog. You must comment to this post on the Bloombakecreate blog to be entered in the giveaway. Commenting via email, on Google+, twitter, or Facebook will NOT enter you in this giveaway. Deadline is Saturday, November 16 at 8 am CST. Thanks for celebrating with me, and for continuing to read my adventures. Good Luck!