Friday, April 27, 2012

3KCBWDAY5 ~ Something a bit different

Day 5 of Knitting and Crochet Blog Week!
Something a bit different...

It's back, and this time it has the most amazing of prizes (look for the prize for 'most creative post'). This was a massive success last year, and for many it was the highlight of the Blog Week, so this year you are challenged, again, to find a new way of blogging.
This is an experimental blogging day to try and push your creativity in blogging to the same level that you perhaps push your creativity in the items you create.There are no rules of a topic to blog about but this post should look at a different way to present content on your blog. This can take one of many forms, but here a few suggestions:
  • Wordless, photographic post
  • Video blog post
  • Podcast
  • Cartoon/sketch of an idea
  • Write about a subject from a different perspective (for example, you could write about a day in the life of a knitted sock from the point of view of the sock).
  • Interpretive modern dance (why does someone always suggest this?)
  • A poem or piece of rhyming verse
  • Stop motion animation
The grand prize for Knitting and Crochet blog week, as donated byJenACKnitwear and Fyberspates will be given to the most creative blog post after a nomination and voting round, and due to the immensity of the prize it is really worth putting  bit of time and effort into this. At the very least you will get an amazing blog post out of it

Text image from Eskimimi Makes. :)

I thought it would be fun to do a photo post so that people could get to know me a little bit better and get a little glimpse into our days here as a homeschooling mom and a crochet and craft addict.:)

Today my day was full of........

.......among many other things, and I wouldn't have it any other way. 
  { Except maybe to have had my love home, then it would have been a total perfect day. :) }

You can see other posts from Day 5 by typing 3KCBWDAY5 into your google search bar. 


  1. I'm a teacher myself, and I can't help to compliment your daughter on her beautiful handwriting!

    1. I will tell her what you said! She is a lefty and had no patience for print so I taught her cursive in the summer between first and second grade. A few years later and her cursive is almost better than mine! lol :)


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