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Site Updates for August

Posted: August 23, 2013 in Site Updates
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Here at the shop we’ve decided to start including some fun and practical information for you to enjoy.  We have added three new pages to the blog which you can find at the top of the page.  Please enjoy and let us know how you like them!

Additions we’ve Included are:

Modern Birthstone Reference Page

Which one is your birthstone?  Birthstones were worn to augment and enhance the wearer in different ways.

Gemstone Lore Page

All stones have particular properties to enhance the energy in and around you.  Check out this list and give yourself a boost today.

Measurement Page

Having trouble deciding if the jewelry you are looking at is going to look right?  Or have a handcrafted piece idea and need to make sure it is going to fit properly?  Check out our FAQ on how to get accurate measurements of all the jewelry made here at the shop.

 

We plan on including more pages in the future, so make sure you check back with us!  Have an idea for a page?  Make sure you leave a comment.  Thanks again!

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In honor of the upcoming holiday we are promoting a 25% coupon good on any item in our Etsy Store.  Click the badge on the left of the screen to get taken to the Full Gamut Workshop fan page.  Once you get there, just click on our Etsy Store link at the top of the page.  Find and share something unique to give to someone this year.  Remember, you are also giving the gift of supporting upcoming artists and we truly appreciate all of our fans!

Find:

  • handmade glass pendants
  • natural stone pendants
  • jewelry and clothing accessories
  • unique artwork
  • home decor –
  • art and craft supplies – like hemp, beads, natural stones and crystals

Check back often to our shop as I am putting new items up as fast as I can.

I know it sounds complicated, but I understand how you feel.  I felt that way the first time I tried it.  Once you try it though, you will find that it’s really quite easy to get your coupon for that special one-of a kind Christmas item.

As always, like, comment, and share!

Now you can browse my wares right on Facebook, I downloaded this nifty app. for Facebook which allows me to link to my Etsy Account.   Check it out by clicking on the link to your left.  Leave a ‘like’ or a comment on the new app.  Thanks!

In addition, you will be able to see past projects I have done (via a photo album) and also leave comments or suggestions (maybe easier?)

In the near future we are planning to run various contests (still working out the details though).  I think I’ll run a few polls and see what you guys think would be cool.

Introducing my FAQ Page

Posted: July 25, 2012 in Site Updates
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I am excited to announce I now have a FAQ page.  Please click on the link at the top of the page to read it.  And as always feed back is welcome!  Cheers everyone!

New Blog – As Promised

Posted: June 26, 2012 in Site Updates

Created by deltahellm (c) 2012

So as promised, I have created a sister site to better organize my interests.

Meet The Stationary Observer.

If you are looking for a different perspective, something to tickle your funny bone, or are looking for just something new check it out.

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HB graphite pencils Deutsch: Bleistifte der Stärke HB (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you are looking for a professional to help with writing, graphic design, pretty much anything your small business may need done, check out www.ifreelance.com, out source to people who are working in thier own small business environment.   There are TONS of professionals available to do the work you need most.  The site is kind of set up like e-bay in where you list the work you need done, including:  time frame, cost, and skill set.  After you post the requirements, then you wait for professionals to ‘bid’ on your job.  It’s really kind of a neat way to outsource small jobs, or jobs that might be out of your small business budget.

For those of you who are writers, business professionals, artists, and computer geeks, this is a good place for you to set up a resume, and get some extra income and more importantly, experience in your field.  Nothing like being able to add work history to a resume when looking for steady work.

So I have just added my first project.  You can find it under the projects tab at the top of my blog.

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Image via CrunchBase

Be wary of clicking on and or downloading any programs that you are directed to in the Microsoft website search.  There are two options for searching:  Microsoft.com and Websearch.  Both of these options are powered by Bing, but to the unwary you might accidentally search the web and download something you didn’t want to download, like malware or a virus.

To double-check yourself, click in the search box to move your cursor into the box.  Then, if you click again in the search box a drop-down menu will appear.  Make sure that Search Microsoft.com appears in bold font and there is check mark next to it as well.

If you would like to search the web all you have to do is click on Search the Web.  Your current selection should change to bold font and have a check-mark next to it.

“Bear” with me as I rearrange the blog site.

So I have decided that my blog site is really too disorganized for my taste.  Just doesn’t seem cohesive.

Don’t get alarmed, I’m just planning some updates to better organize the site and spread things out a little better.  Particularly, I’ve decided that I have at least four themes going at the moment:  Techie Stuff, Gardening Blurbs, The Full Gamut Workshop, and my Random Tangents.

By the End of April I hope to have everything rearranged.  Check back, keep following, and keep posting your comments.

Thanks Everyone!

If you have any ideas or subjects which interest you please leave a comment.