Yes, yes, indeed! An exciting opportunity has come up, so new things are ahappenin’ to this blog!
Funny how a bit of vacation can really switch things up, it is really the best catalyst of all things productive. While I was away holidaying, a friend and I got to talking about the blog, and handmade DIY stuff since we wanted to make a present for our totally awesome other friend that was kind enough whisk us away (hey, what do you give someone who already has everything?)! Anyway one thought lead to another and eventually we realized that we should join forces in creating something really cool –well, coolish, at least– which will affect the blog. I think it’ll be a positive thing for the blog since the changes will lead to me outputting more focused content, rather than randomly posting cute for funsies.
So what the F am I talking about?
Bear with me: I started this blog because I love looking at cute, original, and preferably handcrafted things, but I’m no maker of things. I’m more of a looker and an ideaer… if I may put it that way. My friend on the other hand IS a maker of things– a very internet shy maker, but one nonetheless–, she is super craftsy but, until recently,has been in an inspiration slump. To be honest, she gets into these crafter’s blocks quite often, and like she said she loves seeing things come to life at her hands, but just can’t be bothered with all the hard work that goes into thinking up something great to do. [Do you see where I come in?? *wink wink*]
So here’s the deal: we thought it would be fun collaborate, I come up with things and she makes them! And we’ll document the whole process of creating a DIY project from inspiration to the forming of an idea to designing it and finally turning it into the end product. And since my blog is so new and randomish, a little so called “rebranding” wouldn’t hurt…right?
So there will be some design changes as well as some small changes in the content and its presentation, but all this will happen gradually though, after all it is a free time hobby project so there is no reason to turn it into work! Does it sound exciting?