I just found a great way to print a list of fonts using MS Word! Unfortunately the original site doesn't have any pictures so I can't pin it to Pinterest. I created this post so that I can link back to the original post and add it to Pinterest. It creates a Word document with the name of the font in a column on the left and an example of what the font looks like to the right. You can save it to your computer or print it out. It's much easier than going through your list of fonts one by one. If you add more fonts later on just rerun the program and it will update it for you! Enjoy!
Hey everyone! I've decided to try out the Canadian Crafty Blog Hop! I love doing crafts especially photography, scrapbooking and card making! I wish I could find more time to do it.
Join me in the Canadian Crafty Blog Hop!"
As thanks for stopping by to visit I will choose two people to win a set of three of my cards using random.org. All you have to do is leave me a comment at the bottom of this post and your email address. The two winners will get to choose their pictures for their cards from my etsy site. The deadline is March 2, 2011 at 2:00pm pacific time.
I hope you enjoy your tour around my blog! Thanks for stopping by!
*This post will remain on top until February 17th, 2011. For recent posts please scroll down.*
Welcome to the One World, One Heart Event!
Hello everyone and welcome to my page! This is my first year participating in this event and sadly it’s the last year! I’m already enjoying reading some of the blogs and look forward to getting to know as many of you as I can!
I live in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. I’m an amateur photographer and avid scrapbooker! I also enjoy reading, hiking, baking, gardening and biology/ environmental issues. I opened an Etsy store and created this blog this past fall to share some of my crafting ideas and add some additional goals for myself. I’m excited to participate in this wonderful event!
I've decided to have a prize for two winners! My giveaway items to the first winner will be a set of six 5x7 fine art photography greeting cards from my Etsy store, an 8x10 Peacock fine art print and a 5x7 Grizzly Bear fine art print.
The prize to the second winner will be set of three 5x7 fine art photography greeting cards from my Etsy store and a 5x7 Grizzly Bear fine art print. Here are some pictures of the items:
This is open to all bloggers worldwide. To win these prizes all you have to do is leave a comment and a way for me to contact you. This way I can visit your blog too!
I will take comments until 2pm Pacific time on February 17th, 2011. Two winners will be randomly drawn and announced here on the 17th. I will post the winners on this blog as well as email them. They will be able to choose the pictures they want for their cards and I will mail their prizes to them.
If the response to the prizes is good I would love to do a monthly giveaway. This is my first one so I will see what everyone thinks! Thank you for visiting my site and leaving a comment! I’m looking forward to reading your blogs and making new friends!
So this summer I turned 30. It’s only another year older but somehow this year seems different! The start of a new decade! I wasn’t sure if I wanted to embrace it or hide under a rock on that dreadful day, but alas the latter wasn’t an option for me! One of my wonderful and conniving best friends, my husband and mother conspired to throw a party! The party was great and I am thankful that I have so many wonderful friends and family!
So I’ve decided to treat this new milestone in my life as a sort of resolution. To commit and make time for things that I enjoy doing and to try new things… like this blog!
What I’d like to do is:
Live more healthy – exercise, hiking, taking vitamins and meditating.
Scrapbook more and attempt to catch up (I’m still halfway through 2005).
Try new crafts.
Practice my photography.
Start a blog and post regularly.
Well, I’ve started my blog, now all I have to do is keep posting…
I end my first post with a quote I found online. I thought it would be fitting:
Men spend their lives in anticipations,—in determining to be vastly happy at some period when they have time. But the present time has one advantage over every other—it is our own. Past opportunities are gone, future have not come. We may lay in a stock of pleasures, as we would lay in a stock of wine; but if we defer the tasting of them too long, we shall find that both are soured by age. ~ Charles Caleb Colton