March 26, 2008

3 Columns

My blog is still changing. Last night, Sandra from Tatsuko, added a third column for me. I met Sandra via blogging after my grandmother died. She sent the most encouraging, thoughtful notes.

Sandra is a Montreal artisan who works and makes a living creating items made from Japanese paper, polymer clay, semi-precious stones and other materials. Her work is playful, colorful and fun. Her inspirations come from life, family, cats, taiko drumming, and her Japanese heritage.


Sandra's blog is filled with interesting tidbits of her life in Canada, art, cats Chibi & Ebi, and being a taiko player (Japanese drums).

In Sandra's words:
"My life is good... Je ne peux vraiment pas me plaindre... We try to live each day with intention and appreciation for all that we have."

Thanks Sandra!

15 comments:

Scott Bulger Photography said...

I like the three column layout, and have often thought about adding one to my blog. Maybe someday.

Caroline said...

Her work is lovely! I'm falling in love with the three-column layout for my own blog, too.

Space Oddities said...

the 3 columns look great!

Hey Harriet said...

Looks great! I much prefer the 3 column look. I've yet to figure out how to tweak things to get the 3 columns on my blog. Eventually I will work it out :)

IslandBaby said...

Love the three column layout!

decadentdiamond said...

Your blog is looking beautiful, are you getting used to the extra column yet though? I still frown at mine sometimes! .. It's only been about 2 weeks since I changed it.

Cicada Studio said...

Woot Tatsuko! (i love her little bundled baby cards). Great work on the blog- looks nice and clean and balanced.

tatsuko said...

Thanks Diva!!! Glad you're happy with your columns :)

blueboygifts said...

love the three column. Wich I could figure out how to add one to mine. I feel I am constantly trying to evolve.

I love your featured seller. Her earrings are really cute!

Grizzly Mountain Arts said...

The three columns look great! I didn't think I was ever going to figure out how to alter the html, so I ended up using a template I found online :) As far as your header size, I think your photo and frame are dictating the size of that.

ppdesigns said...

the sushi earrings are gorgeous

ThisOldHenHouse said...

Just happened to stumble across your blog today and I'm so glad I did!

Those sushi earrings are adorable!

And you're layout is fabulous :-)

Auntie Joy said...

Hi Charmaine,
I really like the look of your blog and also the music. The design is much more YOU than the 'can' one from before. Good job! Now about those taxes.... Opps looks who's talking!
JOY!

Tizzalicious said...

Her things are so pretty!

I like the layout too!

picciolo said...

lovely feature, off to check out Tatsuko now...
; )