Thursday, May 21, 2009

My blog is having an identity crisis...

If you're a frequenter to this blog, you'll have noticed a lot of formatting craziness within the past few days. I'm fairly new to blogging you see, and don't really know much about html code, creating banners, or anything beyond blogger basics.

As my traffic and followers increase (still not clicked to add yourself as a follower? please do! help me feel like I'm not writing into cyberspace!) I want to create a more streamlined site with its own signature look. Only problem is - I don't know how!

I've used some great FREE tools and backgrounds from across the web - but what I'm really after is something to call my own. Something that represents "Ready, Set, Craft!" and separates it from the rest of the blogosphere.

What I really need is for someone to makeover my blog! : )

Any tips, tricks, advice from any of you bloggers out there? Please share!

Sneak peak of dance recital costumes coming your way this weekend... come back and visit me soon!

PS) Are you an up-and-coming craft blogger with great ideas you want the world to see? Leave me a comment with a link to your blog and a little about you, and I'll be posting a round-up highlighting you all next week!


Craftpassion said... provides lots of free blogger templates, I used it now but going to move on to other platform soon. If you would like to know more, please email me, I would more than happy to help.

Meg said...

I totally understand- I would really like to do something a little more custom with my site, but just know how. I like the picture you have in the header now.

Dot said...

Ya know what I recommend? Moving to Wordpress. I've been on Blogger for 3 years and I wish I'd moved off of it before became as popular. Now I really want to move to Wordpress (it's so much easier to have a real site, not just a blog) but it's going to be a pain.

Unfortunately to get that coolness you have to host your site, so it's not free anymore, but it's pretty darn cheap.

If you do, let me know because I've been doing a lot of research into what's available template wise out there.