My dear creative readers and subscribers, I wish you all the very happiest of new years! May all of your dreams come true, or at least a little nearer 😉
And I want to thank you all for supporting my efforts by following this blog and subscribing to it. All of you together have generated more than 12.000 views of my blog! Or, as WordPress’s annual report tells me, if it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. 🙂
You guys come from 92 countries all over the world! Most visitors came from The United States. Netherlands & U.K. were not far behind. But I’m also giving shout outs to Canada, India, Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Poland, Israel, Russian Federation, Hungary, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, Slovenia, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Finland, Portugal, Suriname, Japan, Mexico, Vietnam, Peru and New Zealand! *waving hi!* 🙂 And many more countries apparently, but WordPress stats don’t show those to me. So a shout out to all of you guys in unnamed countries as well, thank you so much for stopping by, and hopefully you’re staying for a while – and please tell your friends, for some of you are the single unique person in your entire countries to visit my blog 🙂 !
I don’t have many New Year’s resolutions, but here’s one: I want to open a webshop this year – and I don’t mean my current Shop page, but a “real” webshop.
Maybe through Etsy’s or a comparable webshop provider. This is a huge challenge for me, for I have to figure out everything for myself, build the webshop and, most importantly and biggest challenge of all, FILL the webshop with products! Which when I start will primarily consist of downloadable tutorials for my projects. So, great plans and I hope you guys will stay tuned! 🙂
To start off the new year, I’d like to share a so-called Eternal Calendar with you. By which I mean that you can use it for as many years as you please. (You could also call it a birthday calendar, but eternal sounds so much better don’t you think? 😉 )
I’m actually creating TWO of this type of layout calendar, one for my mom and one for myself. I’ll share them both, in four parts:
- Part 1: Place in Time: January – June – posted here
- Part 2: Time to Flourish: January – June
- Part 3: Place in Time: July – December
- Part 4: Time to Flourish: July – December
So here’s part 1, created with Graphic 45’s beautiful Place in Time collection, enjoy!