Celebrating Blog Day 2007

Blog Day 2007

Today is Blog Day. This is perfect for me since it falls the same day I usually feature the best posts of the week from the blogosphere. This edition will be slightly altered to fit their spirit of the celebrations.

Basically to celebrate I need to introduce 5 new blogs to my readers, ideally from around the world. I must notify first the 5 bloggers that I recommended as part of BlogDay 2007 so they can continue the celebrations.

Paper Skirt for invitations and greetings

Paper Skirt is the biggest (and best!) creative undertaking of multimedia graphic designer Lana Stewart from Ottawa. I follow Lana Stewart for a while now on her own blog. Now with the opening of a workshop boutique, Paper Skirt has its own blog.

I invite you to take a look at Lana’s greeting card collections. The Needs More Tuna recipe cards are original. Buy several sets, they made a great hostess gift for people that like to cook. Her cat Orville is a friend of my cats on Facebook.

Bargainista for her shopping advice

Bargainista is a blog of a busy, working young mother from Toronto. She tells us about sales and shares her customer experience with us. I enjoyed her blog even though I do not live in Toronto. I met her because she also competes in The 1% Army Canadian Blogging Tournament. She is energetic and fun.

Unclutterer for a neater living environment

Unclutterer is the blog about getting and staying organized. They give practical tips on how to find a place for everything, and everything in its place. I gather some useful information. The less you need to unclutter your house before a party, the more you will enjoy it.

Popgadget showcases innovative gadgets for women

Popgadget is a lifestyle magazine that embraces technology as a regular and essential part of women’s lives. Popgadget is written by women for women. You find unusual, something tacky gadget items but you also discover cool innovative objects. That is where I discovered my trendy clip-on MOOPocket sold on etsy.

The MOOPocket classic costs $11 USD. The clip-on model is $15. The fabric selection is great. They are a must if you have MOO cards. Even my husband thinks they are cool. Some fabrics are neutral gender.

Olivese for amazing French fabric pattern

The bad news for most of my readers is this is Olivese blog written in French produced by Creations Olivese. I found it very inspiring to look at their textile and sewing creations for babies and young children. I do not even have children. Located in France, this small design studio is working on a fabulous collection and the opening of a boutique. I love the colors and motifs. You do not need to read French; their blog is a pleasure for the eyes.

Happy Blog Day! If you did not post your 5 new blogs, there is still time to participate.

Learn more: BlogDay web site
Buy online: Home of the MOOPocket Splatgirl Creates on etsy 

  • Lana
    August 31, 2007 at 14:40

    Thanks so much for the link, Kim. I’m just finishing up two custom projects and I’m ready for more!

  • Eden Spodek
    August 31, 2007 at 15:24

    Thanks for choosing Bargainista for one of the five links to celebrate. Young is a state of mind, right?