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Featured by Kelly Turner — 7 Comments

  1. Here are some comments from this blog post:

    Jean Levert Hood wrote: Diane’s kindness is amazing. She is super talented as well! She is always willing to lend a hand and share her time with others. I featured her today on the BBEST blog, so she’ll be getting lots of pats on the back and high five’s today!
    Wonderful feature, Kelly!

    Diana Bracy wrote: Kelly, your at is beautiful. I have markes you a favorite on Etsy. You have also feature on of my favorite and very talented WWAO sisters, Diane Clancy. I can also attest to Diane’s generosity. She is so busy, but she took the time to call me to give me blogging instructions. She did not even know me!

    She is definately one in the “Know” and you are fortunate to call her your friend. A friend of her’s is one of mine, too. It is nice to meet you and I hope to see you in WWAO.

    Keep creating and happy sales! Diana Bracy

    Betty Refour wrote: great post!

    Brenda Thour wrote: Love the post, Diane is such a talented and generous artist. If more people were like her, the world would be a much better and peaceful place.

    Thank you so much, Jean, Diana, Betty and Brenda!!
    ~ Diane

  2. Hi Diane,

    Just dropping by to say hi. I play my own “Slog-a-Blog” game quite often and this time it brought me here. I make a point of leaving a comment wherever I land.

    Happy Easter to you.

  3. I was just thinking. With your site in 25 categories, I might suggest that you post a “View My SlogBite Profile” badge. This will take readers directly to your summary page on SlogBite where they will see all of the categories that you belong to and a link to your BEST work in each category.

    This process will be automated within the next 2 months; however, I can quickly create the badge for you. Just let me know what color (red, orange, pink, yellow, blue, purple, green or tan.)

  4. I went to Kelly’s blog and was not that impressed with what I saw off her work, but I have a feeling that I’m not allowed to say that about an artist’s work. It seems we have to automatically be full of admiration or not say anything. Aren’t we allowed to be critics anymore? Or are we supposed to accept anything at all as art and stand back in admiration at everything?

    I think it’s time we go back to not being in adulation of everything we see and critique the work honestly. So many people call themselves artists now that even I can include myself in them.


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