|Blog changes, including new header, new press page and some fresh, minty green|
I changed the photos in my header, switching out two photos and making them a bit larger. Because I made my header in picnik, which is closing soon (weep), I figured I better make the changes now.
I also added a tiny hint of a mint-y green to the sides of the blog (which might read as white on some monitors) because, although you know I love an all-white look, I thought it might be easier on the eyes than miles and miles of white. But I kept it simple and subtle because I like my photos to pop. I already had some mint-y green going on so now the look is more cohesive.
*New* Press Page:
I removed the logos of blogs and magazines that featured me from my sidebar because it was getting a bit cluttered. Instead of listing press at the side, I created a designated "Press" page to give a shout out to the blogs and magazines that have featured the blog, the townhouse or my DIY projects. Let me know if you have featured something of mine, but I haven't sent the link love back.
I changed my "flavicon". The logo beside my URL, that used to be the blogger symbol, is now a photo I took that I also use as my "Blogs I Heart" label and the labels to divide my DIY projects by theme. Learn how to change your flavicon in this post by Olga @ Stardust-Decor&Style.
|Headers to divide DIY projects by theme|
I thought about creating a DIY project gallery, but I like a blog that has large photos I can scroll through. Sometimes project galleries are too tiny for me to see and I have to click through each one to see what the heck the project looks like. I figure folks can easily see my projects on my DIY projects page and only need to click on a link if they want the how-to detail. Does anyone have any strong opinions on this?
Anyway, because I was a busy little blogger bee this weekend, I just wanted to let everyone know about my reorganization, especially the new press page because I'm so flattered so many wonderful blogs and magazines have featured the blog. I didn't want anyone to think that because the logos were gone from the sidebar, I was no longer appreciative.
P.S. If you're a blogger looking for feedback, try Heather's "What I Like About Your Blog" bloghop. Your blog is reviewed by two anonymous bloggers and, in turn, you anonymously provide your feedback on two blogs. Heather, from Inspire Me Heather, arranges everything. I participated once before and found it really helpful (and not at all scary).