So, guys. Have you heard of Hometalk? It’s this amazing website/resource where you can ask questions or post projects and find inspiration. For example, if I don’t know what kind of roses I have, I can post a picture (this is a fictional example based on real experiences) and say, “What are these and what is the best way to care for them?” and people will respond to my post and CURE MY GREEN THUMB. [By the way, this is a good post on pruning roses.]
OK, that’s an extreme example. **None of these claims are substantiated by Hometalk, but I have faith in their ability to fix my abilities.**
BUT, it really is a great website and a place for people of ALL tastes (you like painted furniture? great! you hate painted furniture? great!) and I never go there without “clipping” (which is like pinning) projects that I love. The best part for bloggers AND readers? It instantly connects you with a blog page and full tutorial. No broken pins or anything crazy. Just straight to the source to give credit where it’s due.
Well, this is important because THEY ASKED ME TO CURATE A BOARD?! Yup, Hometalk approached me after seeing Big G and asked me to curate a board of amazing marquee letter projects. This was amazing for me because I love letters and now I have a whole bunch of tutorials and ideas. Sure, I got them from other people, but I promise if I follow through they won’t look exactly the same. Or maybe they will, these people’s ideas kick butt. So here’s the graphic that takes you to my Hometalk board:
There are amazing projects from bloggers like: Dusty at All Things G&D, Allison at Two Thirty-Five Designs, Lindsay at Makely School for Girls, Jacque & Matt from The DIY Village, Janette & Jordan at The 2 Seasons, Shelly at Dolen Diaries, Laura at Bright, Bold, and Beautiful, and Trish & Bonnie from Uncommon Designs…just to name a few. There are actually 12 more projects on that board! So, what are you waiting for?! Go sign up at Hometalk and check ’em out!
Oh, and while you’re signing up for your TOTALLY FREE HOMETALK ACCOUNT, be a dear and follow me. 🙂 Thanks!