Apparently I need to post some code right here before I can “claim” my blog on Bloglovin.’ Doesn’t that seem odd? Well, I’ll give it a try:
<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/3703026/?claim=7vsrfffsppt”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>
And yes, it worked. I’ve added a “widget” near the bottom of the right-hand column. You can also follow me on Google+ now!
Since I’ve just celebrated one year of blogging here at Tinsel Creation, I thought it would be fun to look back and see which which posts have received the most attention. Thanks to WordPress’s handy statistics-tracker, I was able to see at a glance which of my own obsessions found their audience. What were they?
Continue reading “5 on 5: Top Posts From the Past Year”
Today is Tinsel Creation’s one-year anniversary.
Many thanks to the friends who encouraged me to create this blog, and to the readers who continue to visit it!
Image: Young woman operating a Sholes & Glidden typewriter (1872), via Wikimedia.
Just about a year ago, the product-sampling club Birchbox invited me to take part in a competition. Twelve bloggers were submitting their ideas for a new nail polish color, with a name, a description and a “mood board.” Three winners would see their concepts made into actual products by the nail-polish brand Zoya.
How could I refuse?
Continue reading “A Quest and A Look Back, plus: OPI Give Me The Moon Nail Polish”
I’ve just started a Tumblr as an homage to the novel The Secret History by Donna Tartt. You can view it here…
Continue reading “My Tumblr Life, Part Two”
Many thanks to Gaia of The Non-Blonde and Laurie of Sonoma Scent Studio for their kind posts about Tinsel Creation. (Click the links to read their thoughtful remarks!)
In the process of setting up this blog, I’ve already put up an introductory post or two (please see below)… but today is the official grand opening of Tinsel Creation!
Welcome, and enjoy.
Image: Grand Opening (1948), via Gettyimages.