Sunday, May 9, 2010

Widget Fever... OOPS!

I've got Widget Fever.
(maybe not called a widget, but a button with a code)

I want a widget for my blog!
You know, so if anyone wants to send people here there will be an easy way to do it?
Or so I can trade widgets?
Or whatever you do with them?

Something that represents my blog, represents 'me'. =)

Any advise?

Pros, cons?

What sites have some of you used to make yours?

I'm thinking maybe this pic ?

Please, help, before I go bonkers!

Not really going bonkers, Just trying to make you smile. =)

Have a super day!!


barbara jean

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Rose said...

I'll bet you Gail can help you figure this out. She is so smart about all things bloggy.

Cheryl~ZanyMayd said...

I Love that Photo ~ I am having Karen from Valentine Design do a Grab Button for Me ~ she did a give~away button for Me before, she is the Greatest.... Here's her site:

I will just have to grab that button when you post ~
I will be back soon ~ Your Blog looks wonderful

Anonymous said...

I think that picture represents your blog very well -- I also think that another picture would be that of the miniature tea-bag roses. But I'm not sure what you mean by widget. Are you talking about a button with a code? I hope you're feeling better, Barbara Jean!

Karen Valentine said...

Hi Barbara Jean! Thank you so much for your sweet comment about the blog design I did for Lady Pamela.
I would love to help you with your Blog button with code. I could get it done for you pretty quickly. Drop me an email if you are interested. :)

My Desert Cottage
Valentine Design

Ann @ makethebestofthings said...

Love that little pic, it's so evocative. As you can see, I love cobalt blue and I chose blue glass for my widget theme. My blog header is LOADED with my cobalt blue glass projects and my personal pic is a closeup. You can spot me in any crowd of followers and commenters by the bright blue glass, and that's why I picked it. Here's to success with your blog!

Ann @ makethebestofthings said...


You just came by and left a comment on my crackle paint post and asked some as to leaving the headboard outside, and using this finish on garden signs, you MUST seal the finished project with a good waterproofing sealer. Several coats if necessary. For my small garden signs I use 4 or 5 coats clear acrylic spray and I renew it annually. For signs I've done to sell, I use marine grade spar varnish. It yellows a bit but it is absolutely waterproof. I would think a good polyurethane sealer made for outdoor use (think deck sealant) would work. Hope that helps! I'm playing catch up online this morning so you caught me at my desk. Regards!

vicki said...

Barb - I love that picture - it is so you and would make a wonderful badge for your blog!