Sunday, February 21, 2010

Where I Create - New Studio Images

Have you discovered Blogger Pages? For those of you who use Blogger for your blog posts, Pages is a new feature. In Layout, add the page gadget. Place the Page tabs under the header. Go to Posting > Edit Pages > New Page to add a page title and content. The Home Page brings you back to your main blog page with current posts.

You're welcome to visit my studio and see where I create. Just click on the "Studio" tab under the blog banner. Thanks for stopping by and taking my studio tour.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the peek in your studio, it's always a treat to see another artist studio!
Steph

Diva Kreszl said...

love the studio, vibrant and cheerful...certainly a place to be inspired!

Jo Reimer said...

Where's the rest of it? LOL

What advantage is there to Pages?

Paula McNamee said...

Pages allow you to publish static, stand-alone inforamtion that links to your blog. The process is similar to making blog posts. A page expands the amount of information in a sidebar. The pages editing features offer more flexiblity along with placement of text and photos on one page . They increase the number of blog pages visited by readers to enhance blog exposure. It's a good place to summarize- "About This Blog", "Contact Information", etc. -similar to webpages.

Darlene Veltman Design Studio said...

Love your space ...you did a nice job cleaning girlfriend!
Love the ida of pages...I can put more on the blog!

lilylovekin said...

I love your studio- is it always so clean. the yellow walls are so cheerful. It must make you feel energized to be in there, what a great space.

Robin Olsen said...

My sort of colors and such a fun place! Thank you for explaining the new pages feature for us.

Gwen said...

Your studio photos are great, you have been busy! I am also grateful for the information on how to add this sort of information to one's blog!

liesel said...

Oh Paula! What beautiful sunny & colorful walls! I can imagine how inspiring it must be to make art here. Thanks so much for your sweet comment! Your studio looks simplified to me-I guess looks are deceiving?? I do have an entire enormous pine cabinet, 2 bookcases, and assorted hidey holes storing my art, fabric, paper etc supplies which are not in my studio. So I do carry things back and forth! But it is nice to have one entire space dedicated to working. I hope the weather in Portland is as nice as it has been here! Yay for spring! : )